MoBU presents Ethics, Love and Politics

MoBU 2023 conferences and events take place from 19-28 May.

MoBU, the Bucharest International Contemporary Art Fair, opens its doors to visitors on Friday, May 19, at 2:00 p.m., at Romaero Băneasa and announces the program of related cultural events that can be attended with tickets to the fair. The opening to the public is preceded by a press conference on the same day, in the same place, at 12:30 p.m. The daily visiting schedule will be 12:00 – 21:00 during the whole period of the fair.

The public will be able to see and buy works signed by more than 200 artists from the USA, Austria, Italy, Germany, the Netherlands, Great Britain, Syria, the Republic of Moldova and Romania and presented at the stands of the 40 exhibitors, Daniel Spoerri’s retrospective exhibition , the group exhibition Take-Off and the international art exhibition augmented by Artivive with virtual reality.

Under the title Ethics, love and politics – MoBU 2023 conferences and events, the organizers have put together a vast program of cultural events related to the fair, which will include conferences on current topics in the art market, artist talk presentations, performances and video screenings with which the visiting public will get in touch between 19- May 28 at Romaero Baneasa. We briefly note the conference of Pascal Bruckner, special guest at MoBU, the series of three panels moderated by Horea Avram, art critic, President of the International Association of Art Critics Romania, together with his guests, the MoBU x Europa FM discussions moderated by Cătălin Striblea and Marcel Bartic, MoBU x ISCOADA talks with Dănuț Bumbac and his guests, screenings of the documentary The topography of hazardabout Daniel Spoerri, in the presence of director Eva Pervolovici and artist talkher masterclasses, lectures and demonstrations on AI and augmented reality, events that take place in the main hall with a capacity of 200 people. Also in the program, at the exhibitors’ stands, there will be open workshops, workshops for children, performances, live music and live painting.

Contemporary art is discussed, tastes are not!“, states the critic Horea Avram and adds: “We will discuss the most important changes in contemporary art, artistic value, projects, money and the impact of artificial intelligence in the production and distribution of art today. Be with curators, artists, collectors, cultural managers, art critics, i.e. those who really know contemporary art. And what to say about the current art!”, concludes Avram.

The three panels within MoBU where topical issues will be debated with Horea Avram and his guests are scheduled for Thursday, May 25, The Art of Artificial Intelligence: In Search of the AuthorFriday, May 26, About current art: Artistic value, projects, money and Saturday, May 27 Independent contemporary art spaces.

Cătălin Striblearadio moderator and producer, states: “When it comes to contemporary art, often friends ask me “how”, “why” or say “I don’t understand”. But I see that it is the best way to get you out of your own way, I see how he forces you to do exercises, how he makes proposals to you. It is the journey that I like the most, that makes me think and that does not give me a sure solution. It is the most exciting journey of our senses today. I come to MoBU to ask the questions that will make this journey easier for everyone around.

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MoBU Bucharest International Contemporary Art Fair is the newest contemporary art platform in Central and Eastern Europe that exhibits together galleries, artist run spaces, groups of independent artists and emerging artists. The event comes as a firm response to the growing art market, puts Bucharest on the international map of art markets, and responds to the expectations of a new, informed public, interested in all mainstream aspects of contemporary art and its surroundings.

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