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Tue, December 11 , 2012
Evening Readings @ Queens College
December 10 - December 10 , 2012
Polish and Romanian Carols
Mon, December 10 , 2012
Moshe Yassur on Yiddish Theatre
November 25 - December 1 , 2012
Djuvara and Plesu published in Canada
Tue, October 30 , 2012
Norman Manea and Claudio Magris
October 10 - October 12 , 2012
Romanian play in Washington Heights
October 5 - October 14 , 2012
Matei Varga performs Chopin
October 1 - October 11 , 2012
Mungiu's BEYOND THE HILLS at NYFF
Thu, September 27 , 2012
Cristian Nemescu: Short Films
Tue, September 25 , 2012
Sanda Weigl concert at Joe's Pub
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Romanian Artists @ SFMOMA
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Vladimir Tismaneanu The Devil in History
August 31 - September 2 , 2012
The Death of Mr. Lazarescu back in NYC
July 6 - July 8 , 2012
4th Romanian Film Fest in Chicago
June 23 - August 20 , 2012
Vlad Agachi residency @ Tanglewood Music
Tue, June 19 , 2012
Norman Manea at National Arts Club
May 31 - July 27 , 2012
Works by Romanian artists@Lombard Fried
May 18 - May 26 , 2012
Sorescu: Jonah Interrupted in Buffalo
Tue, May 8 , 2012
Gianina Carbunariu's Kebab at Origin
May 5 - June 4 , 2012
Dumitru Gorzo's solo work at SLAG
May 4 - May 7 , 2012
Boar and Tinei at NADA New York
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Two Romanian Galleries in Frieze NYC
May 3 - May 7 , 2012
Romanian films in SEE Fest, Los Angeles
May 3 - July 15 , 2012
Sasha Meret in Conference of the Birds
Sun, April 29 , 2012
Matei Varga and Linden String Quartet
Wed, April 25 , 2012
Our School in SEEFEST
Mon, April 23 , 2012
Andrei Serban and F. Murray Abraham
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Negura Bunget on a U.S. and Canada Tour
April 16 - April 19 , 2012
Eastern European Culture@Queens Library
March 31 - May 1 , 2012
Our School continues its U.S. screenings
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BEST INTENTIONS in Cleveland
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Razvan Boar and Dumitru Gorzo at Volta
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Alex Rotaru’s documentary SHAKESPEARE
March 1 - March 18 , 2012
Nic Ularu returns at La MaMa
February 23 - March 2 , 2012
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Sun, February 19 , 2012
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Catalin Dorian Florescu in NYC
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Our School at the Brattle Theatre
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Hotel Project
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Ionel Petroi's French Lessons
Mon, January 23 , 2012
Saul Steinberg's Italian Years @ Center
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Boar and Tinei at NADA New York

May 4 - 7
Ana Cristea Gallery at NADA New York
Center 548
548 West 22nd Street (between 10th and 11th Aves.), NYC

Open to the Public:
Friday, May 4: 2pm to 8pm
Saturday, May 5: 11am to 8pm
Sunday, May 6: 11am to 6pm
Monday, May 7: 11am to 4pm

Opening Preview:
Friday, May 4: 11am to 2pm
By Special Invitation

Daily admission will remain free and open to the public.

Visit NADA's website.

Ana Cristea Gallery at NADA New York
A two person presentation with works by Razvan Boar and Alexander Tinei



Between May 4 - 7, Ana Cristea Gallery will feature works by Romanian artists Răzvan Boar and Alexander Tinei in the first NYC art fair of the prestigious New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA).

Razvan Boar's drawings, paintings, and collages have a fragmented quality, reflecting the confusion and dislocations of what can sometimes feel like a dissolving world. The one constant of Boar's work is that no matter what the dress, social status or position of his sitters is, their humanity burns out from the work; it is confrontational and unavoidable. His subjects are indifferent to our gaze, fully absorbed in their own worlds, as we, through looking, become absorbed in ours. It is perhaps this area, where the image breaks down into its effects, that the artist is exploring altogether. Boar (b. 1982) is currently completing his PhD in painting at the National University of Art in Bucharest. He is one of the most promising and original talents emerging from a new generation of painters in Romania, a country which has recently produced an important movement in contemporary painting.

Alexander Tinei creates works intensely dramatic, unnerving depictions that are somewhere between reality and fiction. Tinei's subjects are marked out, perhaps wounded by life. There is a strong sense that in this strange other world of his paintings, there is a kind of safety zone where no matter how damaged, or how strange, the subject is accepted for who he or she is. Tinei is pushing the viewer to spend time in front of his paintings with their strange hybrid subjects that are apparently only half human, to analyze their performative actions and dark undercurrents. Tinei was born in 1967 and is currently living and working in Budapest. His work has been featured in the Prague Biennale (2008 and 2011), Calvert 22, London (2009), Hudson Valley Centre for Contemporary Art, New York (2010), and Knoxville Museum of Art, Tennessee (2011). Most recently he is one of the artists in Vitamin P2 survey on contemporary painting published by Phaidon.

Founded in 2002, New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) is a not-for-profit collective of professionals working with contemporary art. NADA's mission is to create an open flow of information, support, and collaboration within the art field and to develop a stronger sense of community among its constituents. Through support and encouragement NADA facilitates strong and meaningful relationships between its members working with new contemporary and emerging art; while enhancing the public’s interaction with contemporary art.

[Image: Razvan Boar "Nebula 2" (2012). Oil and acrylic on canvas 86.5 x 63 in (220 x 160 cm)]

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