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Project for a Manifesto against pollution | 2018


The work is part of an art project, MANIFESTO AGAINST POLLUTION, including air, soil, water, society, etc. and it is a sculptural continuation of the Paradise Forest project. It is a different approach for different spaces and artistic intentions, for a more human centric approach in terms of dimensions, easier to be modeled in terms of locations, less technical issues. It’s an artistic involvement in the city with a strong visual impact. The project can be temporary or it can be permanent (made of metal). The visitors’ perception varies according to their movement within or without the work.
80-120 wood poles painted in various colours, of 200-250 cm tall, fixed in the ground.


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Project for a Manifesto against soil pollution | 2017


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Project for a Manifesto against air pollution | 2018


The work is part of an art project, MANIFESTO AGAINST POLLUTION, including air, soil, water, society, etc. It is a colourful cloud, a nest for the angels. The work is to be suspended in the air , either inside or outside, the dimensions (100-250 cm) may vary as well as the number of nests. It is made o painted branches.


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Mihai Topescu

Romania

Mihai Topescu graduated the Art University in Cluj, Romania in 1981. Member of the Romanian professional artists’ association. Works in: Glass Museum, Coburg; Hentrich Glass Museum, Dusseldorf; Decorative Arts Museum, Prague; European Parliamen Collection; Palazzo Oddo, Albenga; Art Museum, Craiova, etc. Awards and prizes: Brancusi National Sculpture Award; Romanian Professional Artists’ award; Silver Medal from American Interfaith Institute, Philadelphia. Solo: Cotrocen National Museum, Bucharest; Brancoveanu Palaces, Mogosoaia, Romania; Craiova Art Museum; Demeure Sellier Museum, Cogolin, France ; Galleria dell’Instituto Romeno, Venice, etc. Group: Beijing Art Biennial; Palazzo Bembo, Venice; Bornholms Kunstmuseum, Denmark; Glass Biennial, Haacht, Belgium, Glals Contest, Kanazawa, Japan


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