Pop Up Exhibition

23.10. – 30.10.2015

Up to a few years ago it was a meeting place for commuters, now the 1970s styled building of the former short distance railway station in Cluj-Napoca lies in a state of disuse. Nonetheless, for one short week, starting October 23rd, its halls turn into art spaces and a meeting spot for young artists working in Berlin and Cluj. The exhibition showcases a wide range of contemporary art practices and perspectives, revealing fleeting connections and momentary instances of cultural exchange.

Artists: Minor Alexander | Erik Andersen | Maria Balea | Sasha Bandi | Cristian B. Bara | Charles J. de Bisthoven | Sascha Boldt | Ștefan I. Botiș | Maxim Brandt | Flaviu Cacoveanu | Adam Cmiel | George Crîngașu | Hajnal Csibi | Erjon Çuli | Norbert Filep | Kyle Fitzpatrick | Szilard Gaspar | Lukas Glinkowski | Pavel Grosu | Raisa Hagiu | Mihaela Hudrea | Mihai Nuțu | Miriam Lenk | Simon Metzger | Flaviu Rogojan | Ann Schomburg | Hagen Schümann | Maria Sicoie | Alexander Skorobogatov

Opening: Friday 23.10. 7:00PM
Gara Mică, Piața Gării, Cluj-Napoca

Project initiated by Ștefan Ioan Botiș and Minor Alexander.
The exhibition is organized in collaboration with AiciAcolo Pop Up Gallery and is part of Com’On Cluj-Napoca, a participative budgeting project for youth initiatives.

CFR, the Romanian National Railways is the main partner of the project, generously offering the use of their space. The project is supported by the City Hall and Local Council in Cluj-Napoca, as part of the candidacy of the city for the title of European Capital of Culture 2021


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