Geometrical Grouping Nr. 220

After a decade of activity, Liviu Stoicoviciu appears as one of the most interesting artists in the second experimental-constructivist generation, given the stages he covered and the rigour of the permutational research he does. In the early 1980s, during his debut, Liviu Stoicoviciu painted complex geometric structures he wrapped in lights and coloured shadows, enhancing their crystalline structure. The principle of his structural approach, argues the painter himself, is the following: „Geometrical, optical, kinetic and permutational art or computer art work, in general, with basic elements equal to one another [...] I was tempted to make these elements unequal, to make them grow, but to have them match each other.” - Andrei Pintilie 1983

Jecza Gallery 2013 | Liviu Stoicoviciu, The Golden Section

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Solo Shows
1973 | Simeza Gallery, Bucharest
1980 | Art Home Gallery, Bucharest
1992 | Simeza Gallery, Bucharest
2004 | Simeza Gallery, Bucharest

Group Shows
Group exhibitions
1973 | Constructivism, Orizont Gallery, Bucharest
1982 | Geometry and Sensitivity, Sibiu
1983 | Interferences „Automatica” Factory, Bucharest
1993 | Romanian Artists of Today, the Latin American Centre, Bucharest
1996 | Experiment, Art-Expo, Bucharest and Cluj
2006 | Retrospective Exhibition, the National Museum of Art, Cluj-Napoca
2010 | Scienar International Exhibition, U.N.A. Gallery, Bucharest

International Group Shows
1977 | International Exhibition of Contemporary Painting, Sofia/Bulgaria
1979 | Juan Miró International Contest, Barcelona/Spain
1981 | The Fifth International Drawing Biennial, Cleveland/Britain
1990 | Romanian Art Exhibition, Arnhem-Aerdt/The Netherlands
1990 | Spatio Tempo Gallery, Florence/Italy
1991 | Contemporary Romanian Art, Drouot Richelieu, Paris/France
1999 | Sacred Art, Accademia di Romania, Rome/Italy

Liviu Stoicoviciu, The Golden Section - exhibition catalogue published by Jecza Gallery & Triade Foundation 2013

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