Published on October 24th, 2014 | by Marius0
Carmen Văideanu exhibits paintings at the National Museum of Maps and Old Books
Travelling through pastels, Carmen alongside Văideanu
If you held, have responded to invitations, you close enough to enjoy it more as you met, some even for the first time, then the journey can begin. So guide, Carmen Văideanu, has welcomed the group and began to recount stories. I was a lot easier than one might think, because each adventure is illustrated with a painting, with a picture, with an experience, with a breath, a pastel.
And so African traversing landscapes full of sunshine, poetry poverty. People like shadows crossing paintings, ocean, ca o amintire, glitters in the sun, and in the halls of the Museum Maps and Old Books feels like dust remoteness.
But the painter Carmen Văideanu not let us get lost in her memories. And the landscape is replaced by flowers, portraits, complicated compositions with masks, peacocks and landscapes in which we recognize Bucharest in front of the window.
Exhibition hosted by the Museum of Maps and Old Books is a celebration of color, this fall the light falls, and only memories painter Carmen Văideanu shine.
Museum of Maps and Old Books – București
October – November 2014
Images from the opening arise Carmen Văideanu, critic Marius Tiţa, Ovidiu Dumitru, the museum which houses the exhibition, Cristina Tița, Otilia Catrinescu, Michael Precup, collector Alexander Piggy, Florin painter stork, pictorul Ammar Alnahhas, Mihnea Tie> and.