The three decades of Romanian art that followed the Revolution of December 1989 were dense in events and are characterized by rupture and continuity simultaneously. They have an expanding „covering power” beyond the country borders and they are, first of all, marked by change from the perspective of free expression, not only in the act of artistic creation in itself, but also in the critical texts and art history, given the cancellation of censorship in the political context of the collapse of the communist system, in the „winter of our spell” radicalized with „the Ceausescu era.” Adrian Guţă, curator