Published on May 16th, 2016 | by Marius


the Istanbul, about Byzantine art


live, estetic, Born into a world of Byzantium light that we know so little although we worship him and his wonderful composition we see Christ. If we know it, we look to other eyes in our churches paintings, wood or long wall. With these thoughts went to Byzantium, now Istanbul, mammoth city with a population as Romania, a group of fans of the great and subtle arts, and research at a seminar organized by UNESCO and several clubs ICR Istanbul.

Symposium "Arts and Civilization in Romanian monastic spaces“, organized by the Federation of Romanian Associations, UNESCO Clubs and Centres, a avut, la a Vlll-a sa ediție, theme: Romanian Byzantine origins of art. Brief, symposium program has thus:

  1. Eugenia Antonescu - art historian, Romania UNESCO Club: An emblem of the art of Byzantine influence Bucharest: Church Kretzulescu.

  2. is. Elena Armenescu - Byzantine art – testimony of piety – from St.. Sofia to churches built by Prince C. Brancoveanu and his followers.

  3. Luiza Barcan - art historian, UAP member: Growing Byzantine tradition in the creation of Alexander Nancu.

  4. conf. univ. is. Cornelia Carmen Balan - University Suceava: Holy Monastery Voroneţ - "Symphony" between church and state.

  5. Daniela nun (Mihaela Nechifor) - Voronet monastery: Holy Monastery Voroneţ - Fireplace of spirituality in the past and today.

  6. lector univ. is. Mihai Dumitru (University of Arts): Byzantine and post-Byzantine painting in the Romanian - style and technique.

  7. Ana Maria Harţuche, history of art, Gabriela Cloşcă, Curator - Braila County Museum - Reflexes Byzantine art painter John Male ot Săcele.

  8. Dr. nun. Gabriela Platon - Voronet: Holy Monastery Voroneţ – iconographic image and symbol of Byzantine and post-Byzantine cultural paradigm perspective.

  9. is. Filofteia Pally, is. Justin Dejanu - director, respectively deputy director of the Museum of Viticulture and Tree Goleşti: Medieval Byzantine influences in the life of the Arges.

  10. is. Elena Preda - President Club Romania - UNESCO: The human figure represented in the iconography of Romanian Byzantine influence.

  11. is. Claudiu Tiţa, DRD. Diana Stefanescu - museum, Muzeul Viticulturii şi Pomiculturii Goleşti: Bizanţul of Argeş.

  12. is. Marius Tiţa - art historian; editor of Radio Romania International: For aesthetic intermediary Byzantine art.

  13. is. Mihaela Varga - art historian, General Secretary of the Federation of Romanian Associations, UNESCO Clubs and Centres: Byzantine stylistic structures in the creation of Pallady.

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Mihaela Varga Filofteia Pally

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Mihai Dumitru


Pr. is. Sergiu Vlad

The symposium "Art and Civilization in Romanian monastic spaces –

Romanian Byzantine origins of art“ la ICR Istanbul

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Home to Cantemir


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Invitaţie the Aesthetics intermediate stage (Chora Church)

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Listening to parent-Marcel Vlad Sergiu, Romanian Orthodox parish priest

St. Paraskeve Pikridion Istanbul

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In front of the library of St. Sophia


Întâplător clan Tiţa, Claudiu Marius Tiţa and Tiţa-Nicolescu

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The first Christian church Saint Irene scales for a millennium and a half


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The painter Mihai Dumitru, University lector, among the stones Byzantium


In the courtyard of Topkapi Palace, before the storm, ie Enterprise

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