In how many ways does sculpture continue to exist?
For centuries, sculpture has been revered as a monument, a symbolic representation aimed at immortalising a notable place or event in our consciousness. Does sculpture still uphold the validity of this convention?
Are the boundaries within which sculpture was formerly perceived still adhered to?
What happens after the grand models have achieved their ultimate forms of expression?
Does Romanian sculpture still hold relevance in the present day, following Brancusi's experience?
To address these inquiries, the project "after SCULPTURE / SCULPTURE after" offers a series of exhibition events spanning seven months, running from May 4th to November 30th, 2023, at Cazarma U in Timisoara (Piața Mărăști nr. 2).
Over the course of the next seven months, the project will also feature guest artists in temporary exhibitions such as Andreea Albani, Andrei Arion, Radu Comșa, Arantxa Etcheverria, Camilia Filipov, Vlad Olariu, Bogdan Rața, Larisa Sitar, and Lera Kelemen (curated by Horațiu Lipot in the exhibition AWOL - Absent Without Official Leave), as well as Terence Muskiwa (curated by Catinca Tăbăcaru). In addition, performance artists Alex Miruțiu and Gabriela Vanga will be presenting their work.
The concept behind this project has been thoughtfully developed by Sorina Jecza and Attila Kim through the TRIADE Foundation and Attila Kim & Architects.
Our main sponsors, Catena, Cerealcom Timiș, UniCredit Bank, and Cramele Recaș, have generously supported the realisation of this project.
Our cultural partner, CODRU Association, will be organising a series of events at the temporary location of CODRU Urban Garden in the courtyard of CazarmaU during the opening weekend and throughout the project until November 30th. These events will complement the project and add to the cultural richness of the exhibitions.

Visiting schedule:

  • We - Th: 1 p.m. - 8 p.m.
  • Fr - Su: noon - 8 p.m.
The project is part of the national cultural program "Timișoara - European Capital of Culture in 2023" and is funded through the Inside Timișoara 2023 program, carried out by the Projects Center of Timișoara Municipality, with amounts allocated from the state budget, through the budget of the Ministry of Culture and the Timiș County Council, through the TimCultura 2023 program.
Acest proiect face parte din Programul cultural național „Timișoara – Capitală Europeană a Culturii în anul 2023” și este finanțat prin programul Inside Timișoara 2023, derulat de Centrul de Proiecte al Municipiului Timișoara, cu sume alocate de la bugetul de stat, prin bugetul Ministerului Culturii.