Exhibition opening - The Stories from '89 in comics

"History of 89 in comics" is the first comic album about the events of December 1989 published in Romania, the largest collective album of comics (39 authors) and the most voluminous (212 comic pages), made under the auspices of the Brașov County Museum of History.

The opening of the exhibition will take place on Thursday, December 7 from 19:00 in the lobby of the Central Library of the Polytechnic University of Timișoara.

The exhibition that can be admired in the premises of the Central Library of the Timișoara Polytechnic University will include a selection of the works that can be found in the album. This was possible thanks to the partnership with the Brașov County Museum of History.

The 39 authors and their stories are: Șerban Andreescu / We make history, Șerban Anghel / Operation Rose, Mircea Arapu / Dracula is dead, Lucian Amarii / The star must be silent, Matei Branea / What I found out in '89, Daniel -Eduard Buruiană / Souvenir, Ana Calistru / (Im)possible Christmas, Radu Carp / December 21, 1989, Cristiana Călin / Lights and shadows, season 3, Bogdan Chelaru / Collateral, Alexandru Ciubotariu / 5 Fragments of Memory 1989, Felix Crișan / Hijacking , Daniel Danil / A dog!, Cristian Dârstar / Silent night, Mirel Drăgan / Somewhere, once upon a time, Vlad Forsea / Monsters, Alexandra Gold / A bitter-sweet '89, Valentin Ionescu / That's how war is, Alin Ivan / ... years of revolution..., Puiu Manu / Rambo, Nicolae Negură / Testimonies of Ioana Barbat, Robert Obert / Like in Ploiești, Xenia Pamfil / Sons of rhinoceroses, Cristian Păcurariu / Cugir 1989, Pillowzoid / Revolution at eight years old, Viorel Pîrligras / Aspirations, Ionuț Popescu / Popescu versus Ceaușescu, Daniel Rizea / A little better for you, Giorge Roman / The Spiral of Silence, Gabriel Rusu / Dream of December, Adrian Serghie / The Revolution in Iasi, Veronica Solomon / The Peter Pan Generation, Ileana Surducan / December 1989, Maria Surducan / Passajul, Toma / Revolution through the visor, Mihai Timoșenco / Nu Mă Hă 89, Octav Ungureanu / So what are we doing comrades?, Sorina Vasilescu / Bă Felie!, Gabriel Zăbava / The last act.

The project is part of the national cultural programme "Timișoara – European Capital of Culture in 2023" and is funded through the Grow Timișoara 2023 programme, implemented by the Center for Projects Timișoara, with funds allocated from the state budget, through the budget of the Ministry of Culture.

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