|15.12.2016 : Constantin Brancusi
Constantin Brancusi (1876 - 1957), a born Romanian, was one of the most influential sculptors of the 20th Century and is considered to be the pioneer of modernism. Already as a child he was carving wood, graduating in 1898 at the Craiova School of Arts and Crafts, then enrolling at the Bucharest School of Fine Arts. Later he lived and worked in France.
In 2016 the Rector/Chancellor of Carol Davila University of Medicine and Pharmacy in Bucharest/Romania the Academician Ioanel Sinescu inaugurated a sculpture exhibition in the Hall of Honour of Medicine in memory of Constantin Brancusi as an intersection of Art and Medicine.
|01.09.2016: Strengthening Africa
In 2011 Marie-Christin Hallier (mariechristinhallier.wordpress.com) was in South Africa among of nine Bachelor-students of the Alanus University Bonn/Germany to work in a multi-colour project with underprivileged children of the black, coloured and white communities to strengthen the self-confidence of youngsters (more: YouTube).
Now being a Master of Art Therapy and member of the International Club of Artists IKV (Link) she will support together with her IKV-colleagues the First African Food Waste Conference on March 27th-30th, 2017 in Nairobi/Kenya by an exhibition about Food Waste (Call for Papers) to create awareness and the offer to have some joint workshops with the local community.
|01.08.2016 : 10 years IKV
The International Association of Artists (
www.internationalerkuenstlerverein.de) celebrated its 10 years anniversary in Cologne/Germany. The objective of IKV is to organize an artistic and cultural network. Its members are comming from Albania, Belgium, Egypt, France, Gambia, Germany Indonesia, Italy, Poland, Romania, Serbia, South Korea, Sudan and
The celebration was supported by an exhibition and additionally by a dancing-group from South Korea, where also in 2016 IKV-members are exhibiting part of their works at the International Art Fair in Seoul.