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Stefan Constantinescu's My Beautiful Dacia presented in San Francisco, Mexico City and NYC
The film directed by Stefan Constantinescu is an extravagant journey from Communism to Capitalism, seen from the perspective of one of Romania's most emblematic symbols, the Dacia automobile. The film follows different generations of Romanians - from those nostalgic of a better past, to the young entrepreneurs - showing the present transformation of Romanian society.

October 24, 5 pm & October 28, 7:15 pm
Roxie Cinema, San Francisco, CA
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October 21-31, 2010
International Documentary Film Festival of Mexico City
More about DOCSDF 2010

FRI, November 12, 8:30 pm
Linder Theater, NYC
More about the Margaret Mead Film & Video Festival in NYC

Mircea Nicolescu's photo album "Manhattan: Faces and Places"
RCINY is pleased to announce a new exciting photo album from Romanian born photographer Mircea Nicolescu: "Manhattan: Faces and Places" - People and places on Manhattan - a collection of street photography, showing new yorkers and their city.

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Lucian Ban and John Hebert's ENESCO REIMAGINED: US Release Concert Celebration
Following the US premiere concert presented by the Romanian Cultural Institute in New York in 2009, Sunnyside Records and The Romanian Cultural Institute present on November 2 the CD Release celebration of ENESCO Re-Imagined. Lucian Ban and John Hébert assembled this daring contemporary jazz re-imagination of famed 20th century Romanian composer, George Enescu, featuring a stunning group of New York jazz iconoclasts; Joyce Hammann, violin, Mat Maneri, viola, Andrew Bishop, tenor saxophone, Ralph Alessi, trumpet, Lucian Ban, piano & re-orchestrations, John Hébert, double bass & re-orchestrations, Badal Roy, tabla, perc & voice and Gerald Cleaver, drums.

TUE, November 2, 2010, 7:30 pm
LE POISSON ROUGE
158 Bleecker Street, NYC
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More about the US Premiere ENESCU REIMAGINED concert presented by RCINY on October 20, 2009

There Has Been No Future, There Will Be No Past - an ISCP's exhibition featuring Romanian-born artist Anetta Mona Chisa
Curated by Marco Antonini & Sandrine Canac, “There Has Been No Future, There Will Be No Past: surviving cultural profiling in Central and Eastern European contemporary art” brings together nine artists, all recipients of the Young Visual Artist Award (YVAA), a major artist fellowship in Central and Eastern Europe that culminates with a residency at ISCP, with nine additional artists selected through a nomination process.

October 2010 (tentative opening date: October 1)

ISCP- International Studio & Curatorial Program 
1040 Metropolitan Avenue | Brooklyn, NY 11211

Andra Ursuta: The Management Of Barbarism
Ramiken Crucible presents The Management of Barbarism, a solo exhibition of sculpture and drawings by Andra Ursuta.

September 9 - October 31, 2010
Opening Reception: THU, September 9, 2010

RAMIKEN CRUCIBLE
East Broadway at Clinton, NYC
Where Lies Beauty, a documentary film by Carina Tautu
The Mattatuck Museum Arts and History Center commissioned this film to document the Josephine McMillen and Lois Livingston McMillen Exhibit featuring of the dynamic artof five women artists. The filmmaker, Romanian born Carina Tautu, was the Programming Director for the Connecticut Film Festivals; she received her MFA in film directing/writing from Columbia University.

FRI, October 22, 2010, 6:30 PM
The Mattatuck Museum Arts
144 West Main Street
Waterbury, CT 06702
Marius Bercea - Qui Vivra Verra
For his first show in Culver City, François Ghebaly is thrilled to present QUI VIVRA VERRA, a new body of work by Marius Bercea. The participation of the artist is made possible with the support of RCINY.

September 18 – October 23, 2010
FRANCOIS GHEBALY GALLERY
2600 La Cienega Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90034
"Romanian born singing-sensation Sanda Weigl" at the Ringling Int'l Arts Festival, Sarasota, FL
Sanda Weigl and the Takeishis bring a blend of gypsy music, cabaret and jazz, to the Ringling International Arts Festival, a five day event presented by the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art in collaboration with the Baryshnikov Arts Center of New York.

THU, October 14@ 5 pm; FRI, October 15@ 10 pm &
SAT, October 16, 2010@ 2 pm
HISTORIC ASOLO THEATRE
Sarasota, FL
Ringling International Arts Festival
Dumitru Gorzo - Super C
SLAG Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of “Super C”, new works by Dumitru Gorzo.

September 16 – October 18, 2010
Opening reception: THU, September 16, 6 PM
SLAG GALLERY
531 West 25th St., Ground 10
New York, NY 10001
DETEXT (Raul Martinez & Valentin Duceac) is part of PS1's "Greater New York" exhibition
MoMA PS1 and The Museum of Modern Art present the third iteration of the quinquennial exhibition Greater New York, which showcases the work of artists and collectives living and working in the New York metropolitan area. Amongst the 68 featured artists, Greater New York presents DETEXT: Valentin Duceac (b. Bistrita, Romania 1979. Lives in Berlin) and Raúl Martínez (b. Madrid, 1981. Lives in New York).

May 23–October 18, 2010
MoMA PS1 Contemporary Art Center 
22-25 Jackson Ave at the intersection of 46th Ave
Long Island City, NY 11101

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