On December 5, 2022, the exhibition entitled “Metaphysical Perspective”, belonging to the artists Lavinia-Elena Vieru and Alexandra-Maria Ilie, will be opened in the Contemporary Art Hall of the Golești Museum.

Lavinia Vieru was born on July 2, 1989, in Pitesti. She is a visual artist, PhD in History, Professor of Art History at the Monumental Art Specialty Workshop, Study of Forms in Drawing, within the Dinu Lipatti Arts High School, Pitesti. She is a member of the Union of Visual Artists from Romania, Bucharest, Painting Section. She participated with works in 13 individual and collective exhibitions and with essays about plastic arts in several conferences. She made presentations for several art exhibitions organized by the Union of Plastic Artists from Romania and plastic art chronicle for several cultural publications.

Alexandra-Maria Ilie was born on September 10, 1988, in Pitesti. She is a trainee member of the Union of Visual Artists from Romania, Pitesti, and a Visual Arts Teacher at Secondary School No. 20 Tudor Vladimirescu and Ion Cantacuzino Theoretical High School, both from Pitesti. In 2011, she graduated from the Western University of Timisoara, Faculty of Arts and Design, Graphics department, and between 2009-2010 she was a Student at the University of Rzeszow, Poland, Faculty of Fine Arts, through the “Erasmus” study program. She has 3 personal exhibitions and several group exhibitions in the country and abroad.

The present exhibition brings together the vision of the two artists, they approach different techniques (painting, mixed-media and cutout) and visually explore what cannot be discovered by the eyes: the world of the subconscious, the creation of thoughts, spirituality. The visual searches of the artists represent an approach to revealing a spiritual universe, an ideal that we yearn for especially on the eve of the holidays.

The Metaphysical Perspective exhibition can be visited until January 10, 2023.