RAID BY Raimund Vernica
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RAID by Raimund Vernica
RAID, exhibition for sale signed by the young artist Raimund Vernica (known under the artistic pseudonym RAID), is waiting for you starting Thursday, March 18, 2021, at 17:00, at the Rotenberg-Uzunov Gallery, with over 20 works, most of them unexposed public so far, some being made especially for this event.
The world of RAID art is a very special world of the mind. A lush creativity, doubled by a native talent, a meticulousness and precision of details taken to the extreme, in a perfect contrast with a world incapable of understanding the complexity of his emotions and his own feelings.
"Stories about me, about my city, about the meetings and people I interact with are born from a line. I'm not interested in the relationship between shape and color. I'm interested in expressing basic human emotions: tragedy, joy, ecstasy, despair and so on, "said the artist.
With an extraordinary talent for drawing, which he does, often out of cerebral instinct, Raid's works must be looked at, deciphered and deciphered in the depths of the meanings of his soul. Line by line, geometric, abstract, the surrealism of his work cries out for a normality difficult to achieve and build in everyday life.
They are enigmatic, disturbing, obsessive, lonely, but so deeply human.
Signed encrypted, RAID, the works in the exhibition convey a depth of the artist's thinking, which tries to shatter the canons of life in which he lives, depersonalization and metamorphosis of the self.
Over 20 works that "talk" about an entire human category, are waiting for you starting March 18, 2021, at 17:00, at the Rotenberg-Uzunov Gallery, one of the most important galleries in Bucharest, in support of contemporary art and artists.
And RAID is one of the most highly rated contemporary artists at auction houses, supported by the Rotenberg-Uzunov Gallery and the artist Eduard Uzunov.
The exhibition is organized by Rotenberg Gallery - Uzunov and the Cultural Association for the Support of Fine Arts and can be visited from Monday to Friday, between 14:30 -19: 30, and Sunday: 14:00 - 20:00, in compliance with the rules of safety in order to prevent contamination with the new SARS-VOC-2 coronavirus.
Curator: Adina Renţea