Current


Contemporary Norwegian Architecture #7

23.01.2014 – 22.03.2014

 

MNAC Photo Archive

20.12.2013 - 11.05.2014

 

Josef Koudelka – Invazie 68 Praga

17.10.2013 – 2.02.2014

 

Mircea Cantor: Q.E.D.

10.04.2013 – 13.04.2014

 

 

  • Contemporary Norwegian Architecture #7

    The “Contemporary Norwegian Architecture # 7” Exhibition travels around the world starting with 2011, being so far hosted by Brazil, Cuba, Poland, Croatia, the Czech republic, the Netherlands, Slovakia, Greece, Cyprus, Germany and Bulgaria

  • MNAC Photo Archive

    AMNAC has the pleasure of announcing MNAC’s first photo exhibition held on its premises at the House of the Parliament - an innitiative supported by AMNAC

  • JOSEF KOUDELKA – Invazie 68 Praga

    During the seven days soviet invasion of Prague in August 1968, the 30 years old then Josef Koudelka made a series of photographs which he later managed to smuggle out of the country when immigrating to France.

  • Mircea Cantor: Q.E.D.

    MNAC / The National Museum of Contemporary Art in Bucharest proudly presents Mircea Cantor: Q.E.D., the first solo exhibition in Romania of one of the most important young artists to emerge on the international art scene over the last decade. Q.E.D. is the largest survey of Mircea Cantor’s practice to date, comprising 30 titles: photographs, videos, drawings and sculptures, from his 1999 The Origin of the World (After Courbet), a work that triggered Cantor’s expatriation to France, to the recent Sic Transit Gloria Mundi (2012), and to Business Class Worried (2013), especially created for this exhibition.