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Ion Grigorescu

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Ion Grigorescu (born March 15, 1945 in Bucharest) is a Romanian painter, was one of the first Romanian conceptual artists and advocates of anti-art, postulating a radical consolidation of artistic activities with quotidian life. He is the creator of numerous films, photographic series, and actions recorded on film, as well as drawings and collages that documented both his private life and the passage of the Romanian people from life under communist regimes to the realities of expansive capitalism.

Ion Grigorescu is arguably the most important Romanian artist of the communist period.

He is represented by Andreiana Mihail Gallery, Bucharest and Gregor Podnar Gallery Berlin-Ljubljana.

Grigorescu, galeria Mitterand, Zuerich; Horse, Men Market, (personal) Friedrichshof Sammlung; Grigorescu, Enseigne des Oudin, Paris;

In the Body of the Victim, retrospective Modern Art Museum Warsaw; Lili Dujourie and Ion Grigorescu, Ludlow 38, New York;

Le Temps a modifié les lieux, Enseigne des Oudin, Paris; Retrospective Ion Grigorescu, Artra Gallery, Milano;

Body and the East, Moderna Galertja, Ljubljana

Remedy for Melancholy, Edsvik Art, Sollentuna

In den Schluchten des Balkan, Friedericianum Kassel;

Prophetic Corners, Iaşi

Revolutions reloaded, Artra Gallery, Milano; Arteast, Moderna galerija, Ljubljana; Prolog, National Museum Arad, Romania; Formate, Bukarest, Kunsthalle Viena; M.N.A.C., Bucureşti, Vă place palatul Ceauşescu?;

Autopoesis, National Gallery Bratislava

Documenta 12, Kassel Dadaeast, (Zürich, Praga, Stockholm, Sibiu, Warsaw), Exit memory, desire, October, Artra, Milano

Agents et Provocateurs, Dunaujvaros; Gender Check, Ludwigsmuseum Wien

Promesses du Passe, Centre Pompidou; 4th Biennale Berlin; Bienala Bucurestiului, Bucuresti and Stockholm ; Agents and Provocateurs, Hartware Medien Kunstverein, Dortmund; Romanian Art, Leipzig, Spinnerei Frieze Art Fair London

Desene, Andreiana Mihail Gallery, Bucharest; Venice Biennale, Romanian Pavilion; Ostalgia, New Museum New York;

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