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"Inter-Art" Foundation Aiud, Romania

Intercontinental Online Art Exhibition ”UNITED NATIONS – symbol of life, freedom & happiness” Event dedicated to the 75th Anniversary of the United Nations

Ministry of Foreign Affairs

216 artists – 193 countries – 6 continents All 193 Member States of the United Nations: ONE EXHIBITION AN ABSOLUTE WORLD PREMIERE! 2020 – 2021


Intercontinental Online Art Exhibition ”UNITED NATIONS – symbol of life, freedom & happiness”

2020 – 2021


Project initiated and organized by the “Inter-Art” Foundation Aiud, Romania, under the High Patronage of H.E. Klaus Werner Iohannis, President of Romania. Event supported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Romania and the Romanian Cultural Institute.

Project initiator & curator: Stefan Balog President, “Inter-Art” Foundation Aiud

PARTNERS: Department for Interethnic Relations - Government of Romania City Hall - Local Council Aiud, Romania “Liviu Rebreanu” Cultural Center Aiud, Romania


The project is dedicated to the 75th Anniversary of the United Nations


This event represents an absolute world premiere since for the ďŹ rst time in history artists from all the 193 Member States of the United Nations are gathered in one unique and dedicated exhibition. Each State is represented by a single artist chosen with great care. For the initiating country – Romania - 24 artists were selected from a multi-ethnic spectrum. Each work was specially created for this unique moment, with identical dimensions and format. Our intention is to make a giant puzzle, a symbol of friendship between all the nations of the world. This event initiated by the "Inter-Art" Foundation Aiud wishes to bring a tribute to celebrate this extraordinary event and to prove that, through art, we can create a better world - one of freedom and coexistence, of cooperation and understanding, and of unity between people, nations and cultures. It is our gift, Romania's gift for the UN celebration, a symbolic gesture through which we want to mark this moment with a very special and unprecedented event.


Three quarters of a century after the creation of the United Nations, Romania marks a world premiere by organizing the world exhibition "The United Nations - symbol of life, freedom and happiness.â€? It is thus for the ďŹ rst time in the 75 years of the UN's existence that artists from all Member States gather their contributions in an outstanding global project, as an expression of the capacity of the human spirit to generate solidarity and harmony. I would like to congratulate the "Inter-Art" Foundation for the accomplishment of this project, whose composing works create an original expression of modern art. Art has always been the universal language that brought people together, beyond space and time. By relentlessly fostering the links between


generations and at the same time contributing to the encounter between the various cultures, art has managed to create, over the centuries, a bridge of dialogue among civilizations. The exhibition inaugurated today is a symbolic fresco of our times, created in a context in which we need - more than ever - solidarity and understanding. This event represents Romania's special contribution to the anniversary of the UN, this year marking also the 65th celebration of our country's accession to the Organization. Not by chance, the key factor that made this exhibition possible is the same as the one that motivated the UN action since its creation in 1945 and that guarantees the Organization's success in demonstrating the â€?art of unityâ€? between nations on ahead: international cooperation, for the beneďŹ t of our citizens. I hope this unique project will be exhibited at the UN headquarters in New York too, when the conditions will be right, as a gesture accompanying Romania's constant initiatives for peace and solidarity among peoples.

H.E. Klaus Werner Iohannis President of Romania


A beautiful dream becomes reality with this project, unique in its own way. An achievement that fully deďŹ nes the concept of the Inter-Art Foundation to unite all the nations of the world through art. We have always believed in this motto and in these 25 years since we have existed we have done our best to prove that the art and culture of a nation is the best ambassador. This exhibition is ďŹ rst and foremost an absolute world premiere by involving all 193 UN member states. And what could be a better occasion than the 75th anniversary of this prestigious world organization. The year 2020 is a crossroads for our society and for human relations. Through this exhibition, through the message of each involved artist, we bring a planetary homage to the UN as a sign of respect for everything it represents and for everything it has accomplished in its 75 years of existence.


What we offer is unique and artistically, representing a fascinating variety of techniques and styles, based on the proposed theme. The cultural aspect of each people is the proof of its identity. Our anniversary gift is the respect of the 193 nations that express themselves through their artists for the hope of a better future in the construction of which the UN has a decisive role. It was an extremely long work, a difficult dialogue with hundreds of artists and a rigorous selection in which the main element was VALUE. The result shows very clear that nothing was in vain. This exhibition is a historic moment not just a world premiere. It is an anniversary gift but also an intercontinental event that offers an equal chance to the countries around the world to assert themselves through their art. From my point of view, art is not a competition; it is the way of expression through which we can identify spiritually. It can be good or bad, bright or mediocre. What we offer you is above all a sincere art, unaltered by cheap aspects of marketing or commercial spirit. It is the global expression of deep feelings through which we want a better world under the auspices of the UN.

Stefan Balog Project initiator & curator President, “Inter-Art” Foundation


216 artists 193 countries 6 continents 2020 – 2021

Afghanistan Albania Algeria Andorra Angola Antigua and Barbuda Argentina Armenia Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahamas Bahrain Bangladesh Barbados Belarus Belgium Belize Benin Bhutan Bolivia (Plurinational State of) Bosnia and Herzegovina Botswana Brazil Brunei Darussalam Bulgaria Burkina Faso Burundi

Said Zemar Oriola Kureta Semenescu Amer-El-Khedoud Emma Regada Paulo Kussy Gilly Gobinet Mariana Felcman Nune Sargsyan Michelle Dawson Christine Kertz Yusif Katanov Kishan Munroe Preeti Rana Sahid Kazi Akilah Watts Marina Maroz Margot Klingenberg Mali Cayetano Alofan Alihossi Gyempo Wangchuk Raquel Schwartz Vera Kekic Prince Moyo Gerson Ipiraja Osman Mohammad Dimitar Velichkov Ahoua Yameogo Guy Béart

Cabo Verde Cambodia Cameroon Canada Central African Republic Chad Chile China Colombia Comoros Congo Costa Rica Côte D'Ivoire Croatia Cuba Cyprus Czech Republic Democratic People's Republic of Korea Democratic Republic of the Congo Denmark Djibouti Dominica Dominican Republic Ecuador Egypt El Salvador Equatorial Guinea Eritrea

Mario Barbosa Sary Nou Kristine Tsala Susie Veroff Galilée Hervé Ndoma Abdelnassir Khalil Carolina Busquets Xia Li Karmenza De Ely Shainess Daoud Gastineau Massamba Olga Linares Anaskina Marie-Ange Atsain Irena Gayatri Horvat Yudit Vidal Faife Ipek Denizli Karagöz Petra Jovanovska Kwon Gyong Su Steve Bandoma Rich Dethlefsen Mouhoumed M. Houssein Hilroy Fingal Luanda Lozano María Gloria Andrade Lasso Chadi Salama Mauricio Linares-Aguilar Desiderio Manresa Bodipo Rufta Habtemichael


Estonia Eswatini Ethiopia Fiji Finland France Gabon Gambia (Republic of The) Georgia Germany Ghana Greece Grenada Guatemala Guinea Guinea Bissau Guyana Haiti Honduras Hungary Iceland India Indonesia Iran (Islamic Republic of) Iraq Ireland Israel Italy Jamaica Japan Jordan Kazakhstan Kenya Kiribati Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Lao People's Democratic Republic Latvia Lebanon Lesotho Liberia Libya Liechtenstein

Reti Saks Aleta Armstrong Tamerat Siltan Waqa Vuidreketi Outimaija Hakala Myriem Monghal Aristophane Tsinga Massala Modou Camara Inga Shalvashvili Viktor Anghius Locker Atta Kwami Manolis Anastasakos Suelin Low Chew Tung Miriam NebaĂ­ B. Mazariegos Florence Fofana Malu O' Cardoso Bernadette Persaud Patrick Cauvin Mayra Oyuela Lang Eszter Valgerdur Haukdottir Asit Kumar Patnaik Valentinus Rommy Iskandar Gita Meh Hani Dallah Padraic Reaney Varda Breger Constantin Migliorini Jeana Lindo Gen Morimoto Naila Deeb Zoya Falkova Mary Ogembo Natan Itonga Salwa Al-Ayoub Valery Ruppel Paul Phothyzan Antra Ivdra Lena Kelekian Justice Kalebe Leslie Lumeh Salah Ghith Barbara Walder

Lithuania Luxembourg Madagascar Malawi Malaysia Maldives Mali Malta Marshall Islands Mauritania Mauritius Mexico Micronesia (Federated States of) Monaco Mongolia Montenegro Morocco Mozambique Myanmar Namibia Nauru Nepal Netherlands New Zealand Nicaragua Niger Nigeria North Macedonia Norway Oman Pakistan Palau Panama Papua New Guinea Paraguay Peru Philippines Poland Portugal Qatar Republic of Korea Republic of Moldova Russian Federation

Saule Urbanaviciute Serge Koch Hery Chuk Hen Shun Elson Kambalu Ng Bee Musthafar Mohamed Hama Goro Christopher Saliba Chewy Lin Amy Sow Nadine Jeanneton Mauricio Vega Vivas Yvonne Neth Belinda Bussotti Enkhtaivan Ochirbat Jelena Jovancov Zidor Cheikh Taila Carrilho Nyein Chan Su Taanyanda Matheus Rendi Charlene Canon Edward Asha Dangol Shefqet Avdush Emini Nicola Gibbons Madelaine Caracas Fatouma Akine Ngozi Akande Elena Gjorgjievska Jaromir Svozilik Ali Aljabri Abdul Haleem Breach Sha Ongelungel Olga Sinclair Jeffry Feeger Ruben Sykora Olga Verme-Mignot Salvador J Ching Lukasz Cywicki Lilia Maria Lopes Gomes Dos Reis Mohammed Atiq Al Dosari Clemens Beungkun Sou Inga Edu-TomaČ™ Alexander Limarev


Rwanda Saint Kitts and Nevis Saint Lucia Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Samoa San Marino Sao Tome and Principe Saudi Arabia Senegal Serbia Seychelles Sierra Leone Singapore Slovakia Slovenia Solomon Islands Somalia South Africa South Sudan Spain Sri Lanka Sudan Suriname Sweden Switzerland Syrian Arab Republic Tajikistan Thailand Timor-Leste Togo Tonga Trinidad and Tobago Tunisia Turkey Turkmenistan Tuvalu Uganda Ukraine United Arab Emirates United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland United Republic of Tanzania United States of America

Epaphrodite Binamungu Rosey Cameron Smith Alcina Nolley Amanda Frederick Bridget Inder Gisella Battistini René Tavares Maha Alhazani Aichatou Dieng Dragana Grujicic George Camille Hawa Bangura Fern Min Eng Roland Neupauer Lojze Kalinsek Jackson Diosi Munira Yussuf Norman O'flynn Stephen Lobalu Iraida Cano Deneth Piumakshi Wedaarachchige Yassir Ali Mohammed Anand Binda Ann-Pia Azizuddin Vera Staub Mervat Barambo Zakir Sabirov Lampu Kansanoh Simao Cardoso Pereira Kossi Homawoo Tevita Latu Tessa Alexander Sloane-Seale Chahla Soummer Ozlem Kalkan Erenus Mirra Goldshtein Lakiloko Keakea Nabukenya Helen Sasha Pevse Arafat Al-Naim Pamela Clarkson Mwandale Mwanyekwa Patricia Goodrich

Uruguay Uzbekistan Vanuatu Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic of Viet Nam Yemen Zambia Zimbabwe

Oscar García Da Rosa Abduhakim Karimov Fany Edwin Nolan Rada Galindo Cuong Nguyen Tran Anfaal Al-Mughalles Ngamanya Banda Mercy Moyo

Romania Adriana Ilin-Tomici Anca Sas Blazena Miroslava- Karkus Cristina Ionescu-Berechet Dorel Gaina Ecaternia Neagu Elena Cristea Elis Agi- Veli Ferodin Iaia Gheorghe Munteanu Iosif Mleziva Ivan Vasilcin Marian Trutulescu Marieta Besu Martaian Ermone Zabel Mirela Dumitrescu Petre Lavrente Răzvan Caratănase Robert Lixandru Rodica Strugaru Stefan Balog Stefan Gnand Traian Boicescu Zoltan Balog


Said Zemar

Oriola Kureta Semenescu

Amer-El-Khedoud

Emma Regada

Afghanistan

Algeria

Albania

Andorra


Paulo Kussy

Gilly Gobinet

Angola

Antigua and Barbuda

Mariana Felcman

Nune Sargsyan

Argentina

Armenia


Michelle Dawson

Christine Kertz

Yusif Katanov

Kishan Munroe

Australia

Azerbaijan

Austria

Bahamas


Preeti Rana

Sahid Kazi

Akilah Watts

Marina Maroz

Bahrain

Barbados

Bangladesh

Belarus


Margot Klingenberg

Mali Cayetano

Alofan Alihossi

Gyempo Wangchuk

Belgium

Benin

Belize

Bhutan


Raquel Schwartz

Vera Kekic

Bolivia (Plurinational State of)

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Prince Moyo

Gerson Ipiraja

Botswana

Brazil


Osman Mohammad

Dimitar Velichkov

Ahoua Yameogo

Guy BĂŠart

Brunei Darussalam

Burkina Faso

Bulgaria

Burundi


Mario Barbosa

Sary Nou

Kristine Tsala

Susie Veroff

Cabo Verde

Cameroon

Cambodia

Canada


Galilée Hervé Ndoma

Abdelnassir Khalil

Carolina Busquets

Xia Li

Central African Republic

Chile

Chad

China


Karmenza De Ely

Shainess Daoud

Gastineau Massamba

Olga Linares Anaskina

Colombia

Congo

Comoros

Costa Rica


Marie-Ange Atsain

Irena Gayatri Horvat

Yudit Vidal Faife

Ipek Denizli Karagöz

Côte D'Ivoire

Cuba

Croatia

Cyprus


Petra Jovanovska

Kwon Gyong Su

Czech Republic

Democratic People's Republic of Korea

Steve Bandoma

Rich Dethlefsen

Democratic Republic of the Congo

Denmark


Mouhoumed Mohamed Houssein

Hilroy Fingal

Luanda Lozano

MarĂ­a Gloria Andrade Lasso

Djibouti

Dominican Republic

Dominica

Ecuador


Chadi Salama

Mauricio Linares-Aguilar

Desiderio Manresa Bodipo

Rufta Habtemichael

Egypt

Equatorial Guinea

El Salvador

Eritrea


Reti Saks

Aleta Armstrong

Tamerat Siltan

Waqa Vuidreketi

Estonia

Ethiopia

Eswatini

Fiji


Outimaija Hakala

Finland

Aristophane Tsinga Massala

Gabon

Myriem Monghal

France

Modou Camara

Gambia (Republic of The)


Inga Shalvashvili

Viktor Anghius Locker

Atta Kwami

Manolis Anastasakos

Georgia

Ghana

Germany

Greece


Suelin Low Chew Tung

Miriam NebaĂ­ Barrutia Mazariegos

Florence Fofana

Malu O' Cardoso

Grenada

Guinea

Guatemala

Guinea Bissau


Bernadette Persaud

Patrick Cauvin

Mayra Oyuela

Lang Eszter

Guyana

Honduras

Haiti

Hungary


Valgerdur Haukdottir

Iceland

Valentinus Rommy Iskandar

Indonesia

Asit Kumar Patnaik

India

Gita Meh

Iran (Islamic Republic of)


Hani Dallah

Padraic Reaney

Varda Breger

Constantin Migliorini

Iraq

Israel

Ireland

Italy


Jeana Lindo

Gen Morimoto

Naila Deeb

Zoya Falkova

Jamaica

Jordan

Japan

Kazakhstan


Mary Ogembo

Natan Itonga

Salwa Al-Ayoub

Valery Ruppel

Kenya

Kuwait

Kiribati

Kyrgyzstan


Paul Phothyzan

Antra Ivdra

Lena Kelekian

Justice Kalebe

Lao People's Democratic Republic

Lebanon

Latvia

Lesotho


Leslie Lumeh

Salah Ghith

Barbara Walder

Saule Urbanaviciute

Liberia

Liechtenstein

Libya

Lithuania


Serge Koch

Luxembourg

Elson Kambalu

Malawi

Hery Chuk Hen Shun

Madagascar

Ng Bee

Malaysia


Musthafar Mohamed

Maldives

Christopher Saliba

Malta

Hama Goro

Mali

Chewy Lin

Marshall Islands


Amy Sow

Mauritania

Mauricio Vega Vivas

Mexico

Nadine Jeanneton

Mauritius

Yvonne Neth

Micronesia (Federated States of)


Belinda Bussotti

Enkhtaivan Ochirbat

Jelena Jovancov

Zidor Cheikh

Monaco

Montenegro

Mongolia

Morocco


Taila Carrilho

Nyein Chan Su

Taanyanda Matheus

Rendi Charlene Canon Edward

Mozambique

Namibia

Myanmar

Nauru


Asha Dangol

Shefqet Avdush Emini

Nicola Gibbons

Madelaine Caracas

Nepal

New Zealand

Netherlands

Nicaragua


Fatouma Akine

Ngozi Akande

Elena Gjorgjievska

Jaromir Svozilik

Niger

North Macedonia

Nigeria

Norway


Ali Aljabri

Abdul Haleem Breach

Sha Ongelungel

Olga Sinclair

Oman

Palau

Pakistan

Panama


Jeffry Feeger

Ruben Sykora

Olga Verme-Mignot

Salvador J Ching

Papua New Guinea

Peru

Paraguay

Philippines


Lukasz Cywicki

Lilia Maria Lopes Gomes Dos Reis

Mohammed Atiq Al Dosari

Clemens Beungkun Sou

Poland

Qatar

Portugal

Republic of Korea


Inga Edu-TomaČ™

Alexander Limarev

Epaphrodite Binamungu

Rosey Cameron Smith

Republic of Moldova

Rwanda

Russian Federation

Saint Kitts and Nevis


Alcina Nolley

Amanda Frederick

Saint Lucia

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Bridget Inder

Gisella Battistini

Samoa

San Marino


RenĂŠ Tavares

Maha Alhazani

Aichatou Dieng

Dragana Grujicic

Sao Tome and Principe

Senegal

Saudi Arabia

Serbia


George Camille

Hawa Bangura

Fern Min Eng

Roland Neupauer

Seychelles

Singapore

Sierra Leone

Slovakia


Lojze Kalinsek

Jackson Diosi

Slovenia

Solomon Islands

Munira Yussuf

Norman O'flynn

Somalia

South Africa


Stephen Lobalu

Iraida Cano

Deneth Piumakshi Wedaarachchige

Yassir Ali Mohammed

South Sudan

Sri Lanka

Spain

Sudan


Anand Binda

Suriname

Vera Staub

Switzerland

Ann-Pia Azizuddin

Sweden

Mervat Barambo

Syrian Arab Republic


Zakir Sabirov

Lampu Kansanoh

Simao Cardoso Pereira

Kossi Homawoo

Tajikistan

Timor-Leste

Thailand

Togo


Tevita Latu

Tessa Alexander Sloane-Seale

Chahla Soummer

Ozlem Kalkan Erenus

Tonga

Tunisia

Trinidad and Tobago

Turkey


Mirra Goldshtein

Lakiloko Keakea

Nabukenya Helen

Sasha Pevse

Turkmenistan

Uganda

Tuvalu

Ukraine


Arafat Al-Naim

United Arab Emirates

Mwandale Mwanyekwa

United Republic of Tanzania

Pamela Clarkson

United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Patricia Goodrich

United States of America


Oscar GarcĂ­a Da Rosa

Uruguay

Fany Edwin

Vanuatu

Abduhakim Karimov

Uzbekistan

Nolan Rada Galindo

Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic of


Cuong Nguyen Tran

Anfaal Al-Mughalles

Ngamanya Banda

Mercy Moyo

Viet Nam

Zambia

Yemen

Zimbabwe


Adriana Ilin-Tomici

Anca Sas

Blazena Miroslava- Karkus

Cristina Ionescu-Berechet

Romania

Romania

Romania

Romania


Dorel Gaina

Ecaternia Neagu

Elena Cristea

Elis Agi- Veli

Romania

Romania

Romania

Romania


Ferodin Iaia

Gheorghe Munteanu

Iosif Mleziva

Ivan Vasilcin

Romania

Romania

Romania

Romania


Marian Trutulescu

Marieta Besu

Martaian Ermone Zabel

Mirela Dumitrescu

Romania

Romania

Romania

Romania


Petre Lavrente

Răzvan Caratănase

Robert Lixandru

Rodica Strugaru

Romania

Romania

Romania

Romania


Stefan Balog

Stefan Gnand

Traian Boicescu

Zoltan Balog

Romania

Romania

Romania

Romania


The “Inter-Art” Foundation Aiud


The “Inter-Art” Foundation was set up in 1996 and proposes an alternative approach to contemporary art, as a link between civilizations and cultures, opening a worldwide arena for contemporary artists thanks to his active founding members Ștefan Balog, Ioan Hădărig, Robert Lixandru and those who have joined them over the time in coordinating projects: Zoltán Balog, Elena Cristea and Andrei Bakó. The basic principles and purposes are: representing contemporary art, discovering an area of cultural interference between artists from Romania and around the world and the organization of an international art camp in Aiud which aims to bring a new perspective to the contemporary art scene each year.

Exhibitions organized by the “Inter-Art” Foundation (selected) “Inter-Art” camps retrospective exhibitions - Romanian Literature Museum in Bucharest, Romania (February 2001) - Naval Museum in Istanbul, Turkey (June 2001) - National Museum of Unification, Alba Iulia, Romania (August 2015) - Museum of Art, Cluj Napoca, Romania (August 2017) Romanian Art exhibitions - Artists Centre, Mumbay, India (March 2001) - “Atelier the Artists” Gallery, Cairo, Egypt (October 2003) - Garden Studio, Petion Ville, Haiti (November 2013) - Uccle Cultural Center, Brussels, Belgium (December 2013) - Sasaran, Malaysia (November 2014) - Yinchuan, Ningxia, China (September 2016) - Cusset/Vichy, France (September 2017) - ”Multicultural Identities”, National Museum of Unification, Alba Iulia, Romania (December 2018)


- ”Multicultural Identities”, United Nations Headquarters, New York, USA (May 2019) “Inter-Art” International exhibitions - “Shagun” Gallery Mumbay, India (December 2003) - Woodrow Wilson Center, Washington DC, USA (October 2008, September 2011) - United Nations Headquarters, New York, USA (March 2009, September 2013, December 2015) - “Visual Arts Spring” event in Rabat, Morocco (June 2009) - “Time Gallery” Vienna, Austria (November 2009) - Vichy and Chatel Montagne, France (May 2011) - New Arts Program, Kutztown, Pennsylvania, USA (September 2011) - European Parliament Headquarters, Brussels, Belgium (March 2013) - Palais des Nations, Geneva, Switzerland (March 2015) - Palace of Parliament, Bucharest, Romania (May 2016 ) - National Library, Bucharest, Romania (June 2016) - “Cultural impressions” art exhibition, OK Gallery, Yogyakarta, Indonesia (September 2019) In Memoriam Exhibitions - Eva Mazzucco - Gyomaendrőd, Hungary (March 2014) - “Inter-Art & Jacek”, History Museum of Transylvania, Cluj Napoca, Romania (September 2014) Inter-Art Evenings - ”Inter-Art Evening in New York”, 1st edition, Romanian Cultural Institute (September 2013, December 2015, November 2017 ), ”Saint Andrew” Church, Queens, New York (May 2019) - ”Inter-Art Evening in Brussels”, Arthis, Brussels, Belgium (June 2018) Interethnic exhibitions ”Images of diversity” (in partnership with the Department for Interethnic Relations - General Secretariat of the Government, Romania) - Cotroceni National Museum, Bucharest, Romania (December 2016, December 2018) - 1989 Revolution Memorial, Timișoara, Romania (September 2017)


- Palais des Nations, Geneva, Switzerland (November 2017) - European Parliament Headquarters, Brussels, Belgium (June 2018) - Smiths Tower, Sighișoara, Romania (August 2018) - Museum of Art, Tulcea, Romania (September 2018) - Museum of Bucovina, Suceava, Romania (September 2019) - The German Forum, Sibiu, Romania (October 2019)

Projects organized by the “Inter-Art” Foundation (selected) The international art camp from Aiud was created in 1996 at the initiative of fine artist Stefan Balog and gathered in 24 editions over 330 artists from 66 countries. The studios (painting, graphics, engraving, sculpture, installations) exhibitions and symposiums have contributed to making this camp one of the most important in the world. The International Youth Creative Camp was also organized for 10 years. This camp was designed for young people between the ages of 12 and 16 and brought together over 160 young artists from 9 countries. “Trance Mixion” computer music concert, performed by Sorin Anca and Robert Lixandru (1999, 2000). In August 2000 the “Inter-Art” Galleries were inaugurated. The 10th edition of the “Inter-Art” International Art Camp is celebrated with the inauguration of the “Inter-Art” Contemporary Art Gallery (the future museum). In May 2008, the “Inter-Art” Foundation organized the “Prison Art” Camp which took place in the Maximum Security Prison in Aiud with the participation of 10 visual artists from Austria, Haiti, Morocco, Germany, Italy, Hungary, Romania, along with 7 imprisoned people. Inauguration of the Small sculpture park in Rome Square, Aiud with works created in the “Inter-Art” camps Aiud (October 2016).


The “Inter-Art” Intercontinental Biennial of Small Graphics 2006 - 2018 (7 editions) gathered 770 works from 67 countries. The International Mail Art Exhibitions, initiated by Ioan Hădărig. So far 26 editions have been organized on different themes. The “Inter-Art” Workshop of Photographic Art, an event of photographic investigation and creation for photographers eager to experience the “Inter-Art phenomenon” in Aiud (July 2017).

Partnerships The International Humor Festival Aiud, under the auspices of Ștefan Popa - Popa's (2004 2019) Partners: Liviu Rebreanu Cultural Center Aiud, Aiud City Hall and Local Council

The ART-Aiud International Photo and Film Festival (2004 - 2019)

Partners: Liviu Rebreanu Cultural Center Aiud, Aiud City Hall and Local Council

The Wine Art International Graphic Art Camp (2007, 2008 - Alba Iulia)

Partner: Jidvei Company

The “Silk Road China Better Yinchuan” International Art Camp (September 2016)

Partner: Art Association Yinchuan, China

The Interethnic Camp of Contemporary Art Aiud which reunited – in a national premiere – 34 contemporary artists belonging to the 21 ethnicities with representation in the Parliament of Romania (2016, 2018)

Partners: Department for Interethnic Relations - General Secretariat of the Government, Romania, Aiud City Hall and Local Council, Liviu Rebreanu Cultural Center Aiud

International Symposium of Marble Sculpture “100 – The Touch of Time” Aiud, Romania, initiated by the Aiud City Hall and Local Council (May 2018)

Partners: Aiud City Hall and Local Council, Liviu Rebreanu Cultural Center Aiud


Recognitions In spring 2000, at the initiative of the “Inter-Art” Foundation Aiud and by the decision of the Local Council, Aiud Municipality received the title “City of Arts” as a recognition for the important artistic events which took place. The cultural medal of the Vichy Municipality in France at the 54th edition of the Bourbonnaise Art Exhibition (April 2010). The High Patronage of the President of Romania, granted at the initiative of the “Inter-Art” Foundation Aiud and Department for Interethnic Relations - General Secretariat of the Government, Romania, for the following three events: - Interethnic Camp of Contemporary Art, Aiud, Romania (5 – 15 June 2018); - ”Images of Diversity”, “Inter-Art” International Exhibition in Belgium, European Parliament, Brussels (26 – 30 June 2018); - ”Multicultural Identities”, Romanian Contemporary Art Exhibition, New York, UN Headquarters (27 - 31 May 2019). The “Inter-Art” Foundation, Romania has contacts with similar organisations and artists from all the other 192 Member States of the United Nations, from all continents.


Selected “Inter-Art” Exhibitions “Inter-Art” International Exhibition in the USA Woodrow Wilson Center - Washington, D.C. Friday, October 17, 2008

“Inter-Art” International Exhibition in the USA United Nations Headquarters - New York Monday, March 30, 2009


“Inter-Art” International Exhibition in the USA Woodrow Wilson Center - Washington, D.C. Friday, September 16, 2011

“Inter-Art” International Exhibition in the USA United Nations Headquarters - New York Friday, September 9, 2013

“Inter-Art” International Exhibition in the USA United Nations Headquarters - New York Tuesday, December 8, 2015


“Inter-Art� International Exhibition in Romania National Library of Romania - Bucharest Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Interethnical Exhibition in Romania Cotroceni National Museum - Bucharest Friday, December 14, 2016

Romanian Art Exhibition in China Yinchuan, Ningxia Region Wednesday, September 7, 2016


Romanian Contemporary Art Exhibition in the USA United Nations Headquarters - New York Tuesday, May 28, 2019


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