“EUROPEAN BRIDGES”, bridges of communication through feminine art

The International Exhibition of Contemporary Feminine Art “EUROPEAN BRIDGES”, hosted by Senso Gallery, from August 5th to September 3rd, 2015, brought together the creations of the artists present at Eforie Sud Creation Workshop in 2013, 2014 and 2015.

It was a true royal of feminine creation, given the large number of persons involved:

Romania: Arina Ailincai, Maria Balea, Adriana Badescu, Dalia Bialcovski, Anca Boeriu, Manuela Botis, Eugenia Leca-Botezatu, Rodica Xenia Constantin, Cristina Ciobanu, Dora Dumitrescu, Elena Dumitrescu, Elena Dragulelei, Adriana Elian, Daniela Grapa, Viorica Iacob, Ana Ruxandra Ilfoveanu, Cristina Marian, Marinela Mantescu, Lelia Rus-Parvan, Maria Pelmus, Carmen Poenaru, Alma Redlinger, Rodica Strugaru, Carmen Tepsan, Edith Torony, Sorina Tibakov, Paula Vladescu, Anca Volcinschi.

Bulgaria: Miriana Savova

Germany: Erika Sellmann Busching, Karin Welke

The Netherlands: Ellen Geerts, Jozina Marina, Karla Kassenaar, Marielle van den Bergh

The EUROPEAN BRIDGES   project, designed to establish, through female contribution, new bridges between countries and cultures that want and can communicate, was born in 2004 at the initiative of the artist Rodica Xenia Constantin, the president of the Association of Creative Women in Fine Arts in Romania. The International Workshop on Contemporary Feminine Creation European bridges is organised every year in Eforie Sud.

The prestige of European Bridges grew year after year, artists from Romania have been repeatedly invited to exhibit in European galleries, while  large exhibitions were organised annually in Romania, in Bucharest, Sibiu and Constanta, with works by artists participating in Workshop, both from the country and abroad.

Upon closing the Workshop, the works are presented to the public in a large International Exhibition of Creative Women European Bridges hosted at the Constanta Art Museum, which has reached its 13th Edition this year.

This event was conducted with the support of Catena Group, through Catena for Art Program, and the Fildas Art Foundation.