Constantin Rusu


Open Studio. Constantin Rusu

Welcome to my Open Studio at Cité Internationale des Arts!

The set up contains a selection of works by Constantin Rusu & four works by
Andreea Albani, Rodica Mihaela Ciobanu and Andrei Tudoran.

Paris at work

It’s great to be in Paris, such an inspiring place to work!

‘Constantin Brancusi’ Grant – residency at Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris

‘Constantin Brancusi’ Grant is annually offered by the Romanian Cultural Institute. It consists of a residency at Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris, France.

Since November 2015 I have been living and working in the studio of Romania at Cité des Arts. My residency in Paris was a very rich experience, which led me to discovering and developing new artistic approaches in my work.

T R E I at AnnArt Gallery

Andreea Albani – painting

Andrei Mateescu – photography

Constantin Rusu – painting

“The 12 present works make up an eclectic showcase, and in the same time
subtly-unitary, through the common theme of their existential searching, in diverse minimalistic styles, and with intense resonance of emotion. Having dimensions that vary from ample (300 x 150 cm) to intimist-delicate (40 x 40 cm), the works are disposed in diptychs, triptychs or multiple sequences: they are made in diverse techniques, with textures, carvings, depths and layering which the viewer discovers with irresistible pleasure.

The opening event will take place Wednesday, 1 July, at 7 pm, and the exhibition will be opened to visitation until 25 August 2015.”

AnnArt Gallery

Bucharest, Romania

At the a-part Festival

a-part festival, Alpilles, Provence, France, July-August 2013.

“Cadrages et décadrages de tous nos sens” theme.

Entitled “Tears”, my work is an assemblage consisting of paintings that represent different facets of reality. It is a reality marked by contrast, between peace and disorder, calm and storm, Good and Evil- represented in metaphorical images. The different frames are symbolic images, which correspond to moments, moods and aspirations.

The assemblage was exposed in Jardins de Payan – the private botanical garden in Tarascon.