ContraCultura cu Vitalie Sprînceană /02.12.2017/ Arta Contemporana din Moldova Invitată: artista vizuală Tatiana Fiodorova

Artist talk in the frame of the exhibition POST REAL, Chisinau

Social and political realities from Moldova shaping the way we celebrate 22-26 December 2017 College A. Plamadeala Moldova is a country with identity crisis, a gradually shrinking population, where the centralization of information… Continue reading

The Imaginary Republic Presentations and works by Tatiana Fiodorova and Brandon LaBelle, Bergen, Norway

  The Imaginary Republic Presentations and works by Tatiana Fiodorova and Brandon LaBelleRough Seminar #1: The Utopia listening session / When a book becomes a message Monday, October 9, 2017 / 6:30pm –… Continue reading

Mobile Biennale 2017. The Tour of Moldavia in 7 days

  Authors of the project: Adrian Bojenoiu, Alexandru Niculescu The Centre for contemporary art Club Electroputere launches the edition 2017 of the Mobile Biennale (TM7D). Participants: Dan Acostioaei, Silvia Amancei, Bogdan Armanu, Matei… Continue reading

CAPTURING A MOMENT Polish – Hungarian – Moldovan contemporary art exhibition in LATARKA, May 2017

  CAPTURING A MOMENT Polish – Hungarian – Moldovan contemporary art exhibition in LATARKA Opening on May 31th at 7pm ARTISTS: Pavel BRAILA (MD) Tatiana FIODOROVA (MD) Gruppo Tökmag (HU) Ramin MAZUR (MD)… Continue reading

Romanian Cultural Showcase at the Creative Innovation Centre CIC Taunton Somerset, May 2017

 some pages from the book “Bessarabia and its inhabitants”, 2016 The project aims to celebrate the rich and diverse culture of the Romanian community in Taunton Deane. We are hosting an exhibition at… Continue reading

Amy Bryzgel_Performance art in Eastern Europe since 1960_2017

ARTA, 2015_5 Article “Artisti moldoveni in asteptarea la Varsovia”

Catalog from the exhibition MICROPOLIS(PADUREA ROTUNDA), Reghin, Romania 2016

exhibition “Notes on the Beginning of the Short 20th Century”, NCCA, Kaliningrad, Russia

  “Notes on the Beginning of the Short 20th Century” aims to show the historical traces of the First World War in the present, and reflects on the way these are treated. What… Continue reading