Published on January 11th, 2017 | by Marius0
Grăit-au cerurile și prin oamenii pământului
GRĂIT-AU CERURILE ȘI PRIN OAMENII PĂMÂNTULUI
”Fiecare popor stă pe umerii vremilor trecute”
"Anniversary Year of the holy icons, Church of icon painters and artists, Romanian Orthodox Church Synod stated at 1230 years after the council of Nicaea which ended the iconoclastic heresy, It began with an exhibition dedicated to the Day of National Culture - Eminescu craftsmen Day organizers from the Association Branch Religious Fine Art and Restoration (AFAPRR) UAPR in collaboration with the National Village Museum "Dimitrie Gusti" and Bucharest National University of Arts - Mural Art Department. "Tellingly were the heavens and the earth people" High spirituality is an event that evokes endeavor iconographer and creators of religious art in a gesture of Christian living nearby art, the aesthetics of Byzantine painting, church canons combining painting and contemporary resonance. It is an essential gesture given that many of those who achieved this performance plastic are young people who exhibit alongside their teachers, in turn young and strong in expression and craftsmanship, or those who have given names, and the legendary Nicholas Sava ". (Marius Tita)
The exhibition "Spake people have the heavens and the earth" took place on Sunday, 15 January 2017, National Culture Day. Spoke known cultural manager Florin-Ionut Filip, organizer of the event along with Cristian Olteanu, President AFAPRR, Lia Cosma, director of cultural projects at the Village Museum, Professor Dr. Fr.. Florin Şerbănescu, Patriarchal counselor and pastor of the church "St.. Stelian "- Lucaci in Bucharest, Art critic Dr.. Marius Tita, artist Dr.. Răzvan Zuzu Caratană, executives UAPR, curator, the teacher Florian Mihăilescu.
Fotoreportaj de Mihnea Tița