Aug 6, 2015
Minotaurs, chimeras, gorgons, the Sphinx, harpies, sirens, satyrs, centaurs, Pegasus, Scylla -- these are but a few of the monsters and creatures that populate your favorite myths. From the Bronze Age to Ancient Rome, these horrifying characters that tormented land and sea graced the pages of famous literature, becoming icons of storytelling. But just as writers were enamored with the terrifying lore of Medusa and the Hydra of Lerna, so too were artists.
Jul 21, 2015
Albert Einstein is widely regarded as a genius, but how did he get that way? Many researchers have assumed that it took a very special brain to come up with the theory of relativity and other stunning insights that form the foundation of modern physics. A study of 14 newly discovered photographs of Einstein's brain, which was preserved for study after his death, concludes that the brain was indeed highly unusual in many ways. But researchers still don't know exactly how the brain's extra folds and convolutions translated into Einstein's amazing abilities.
Jul 17, 2015
Coming of age in Germany in the 1980s, Annette Weisser and her generation were caught between a genuine horror of fascism and disgust with the official national creed of repentance. Considering this almost-forgotten history is to ask oneself how, and by what turn of events, identities like “citizen” and “nation” that were once taken for granted have come to seem almost incredible. Weisser’s woodcuts, partly inspired by this history, can currently be seen in “Make Yourself Available,” the most extensive exhibition of her work to date in Germany, which is on view at the Heidelberger Kunstverein until September 1, 2013. Here she talks about the show and the genesis of these works.
Jul 7, 2015

June 30, at the Embassy of Hungary in the Republic of Moldova, held a personal exhibition of the Moldavian artist Lidia Mudrac. The exhibition is open to the public until August 31.

Lidia was born in artistic family. She studied drawing, sculpture, ceramics, painting. Now Lydia limns oil paintings. On the  exhibition at the Hungarian Embassy you can see a variety of Lidia’s works: still-life paintings, abstractions and landscapes.

Jun 23, 2015

Laurent PARCELIER is born in 1962 in France,. He was firstly interested in impressionism and set down on canvas the Dordogne landscapes where he resided. But the cartoon lover soon swapped his colors for a pencil. He started drawing his own heroes and attended an Applied Art school. His obvious talent soon materialized into the publication of several of his albums called “le drole de monde “ (“strange world”). His fame was beginning to spread and his way seemed all traced out until the painting contest on the street where he was lent canvases, paint and paintbrushes.

Jun 20, 2015
In anticipation of the national costume day, June 21 will host a day of national shirt at the International Exhibition Center Moldexpo. On the occasion of celebration, will be held various events, to be attended by First Lady Margarita Timofti, as well as various private collectors and representatives of diplomatic missions accredited in Moldova and their wives.
Jun 9, 2015

June 5, at the Hungarian Embassy in the Republic of Moldova was an exhibition of Maria-Eola Cecoltan «The space of feeling 20».

The exhibition was held in a pleasant and friendly atmosphere, attended by many visitors and admirers of Maria-Eola. For visitors was performed live music and hero of the occasion read out the works written by her.

May 27, 2015
"Degenerate art" was a term applied by the National Socialist regime in Germany to artworks deemed, for whatever reason, un-German and intolerable. Modern artworks were pillaged from museums and private galleries for straying from Nazi values of obedience and militarism. Deemed weak, decadent and impure, pieces by modern masters including Paul Klee, Marc Chagall and Ernst Kirchner were looted by the Nazi regime, to be collected and shown in a traveling exhibition also titled "Degenerate Art." Over 5,000 works were stolen in two weeks.
May 13, 2015
A woman who bought a $7 box lot at a flea market may have unwittingly scored an original painting by Pierre-August Renoir. An auction house believes the landscape to be Renoir’s “Paysage Bords de Seine,” which it values between $75,000 and $100,000.
Mar 2, 2015
Albrecht Dürer was born in Nuremburg in 1471, the third child of a goldsmith who had trained in the Netherlands with the “great masters.”  As a young man, Dürer was trained in his father’s shop.  It is essential to understand the importance of the skill that he acquired at a young age with the goldsmith’s tools, for it was in the workshops of craftsmen who incised decorations on objects of precious metal that some of the most interesting early engravings were produced.  Thus, the foundation of his achievements as an engraver must be credited to his father.
Jan 29, 2015
On the 23rd of January, the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Moldova, with the help of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration and of the Moldovan Embassy in Paris, sent for examination the updated and revised dossier "Orheiul Vechi Archaeological Landscape" to the UNESCO World Heritage Centre for nomination to the World Heritage List.
Dec 30, 2014
Hogarth, part of Random House publishers, has announced an ambitious international project to mark the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death.Hogarth, the Random House transatlantic fiction imprint, has today announced an international project that aims to bring Shakespeare to a wider contemporary audience. The project, titled The Hogarth Shakespeare, will ask bestselling novelists throughout the world to retell his work in a more accessible prose form.
Oct 20, 2014
Isola district is struggling hard to survive in a difficult political and cultural context, being the target of capitalist and neo-nazi aggressions. Two days after the victory of right wing parties at the Italian elections, the Isola Art Project has once again been aggressed.
Oct 16, 2014
Camille Pissarro (1830-1903), Le Jardin de Maubuisson, Pontoise, la Mère Bellette, 21 7/16 x 25 7/8 in. Painted in 1882. Est. $1,500,000-2,000,000. Photo: Courtesy of Bonhams.
Sep 28, 2014

BELGRADE, SERBIA - Police from Serbia and Switzerland have recovered a Paul Cezanne masterpiece that was stolen from a Swiss museum in 2008 and captured four men as they were trying to sell it, officials said Thursday. The work was worth 100 million Swiss francs ($110 million, (euro) 84 million) when it was stolen by three masked gunmen who witnesses said spoke German with a Slavic accent in what was one of the biggest art thefts in Europe at the time. “I think this is really an impressive action conducted jointly with Swiss police,”...

Sep 20, 2014

Dear colleagues, friends and partners,

Center for International Cooperation kindly invites you to the following events that will take place at ULIM between September 22-26, 2014:

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