On the occasion of the opening of the cultural program “Timișoara 2023: European Capital of Culture,” the Timișoara National Museum of Art is hosting the most important and comprehensive exhibition in Eastern Europe dedicated to the surrealist artist of Romanian origin Victor Brauner.
One hundred and twenty years after the birth of Victor Brauner in the Kingdom of Romania and curated by Camille Morando, this retrospective exhibition aims to pay tribute to a central figure of Surrealism, an artist little known until now in his country of origin. The curator has selected over 100 paintings, drawings, sculptures, illustrations, and documents covering Brauner’s entire artistic career, from Bucharest to Paris, from the 1920s to the early 1960s. All these invaluable works are brought together for the first time in a retrospective exhibition with a design signed by the architect Attila Kim.
“Victor Brauner: Inventions and Magic,” the most important retrospective exhibition in Eastern Europe dedicated to the surrealist artist of Romanian origin is financed by the Timiș County Council and is co-organised in the European Capital of Culture by the Centre Pompidou, the Timișoara National Museum of Art, the Art Encounters Foundation, and the French Institute in Romania–Timișoara branch, with the support of Comité Brauner and Fondation du Judaïsme Français.
The mediation program associated with the exhibition will include guided tours, workshops for children, a weekend program for families, school visits, and other activities designed to introduce and explain Brauner’s life and work to different audiences. The mediation program was developed in a partnership between the Art Encounters Foundation – National Museum of Art Timisoara – The French Institute in Romania.
- The price for a ticket between February 20 – May 28 is 55 RON.
- Entrance ticket with discount: 13.75 RON/ ticket. Students have 75% discount on the access ticket.
- Pupils, UAP members, disabled persons and their companions, as well as ICOM card holders have free access.
- Free entry each 3rd Wednesday of every month