Exhibitors 2017

22 – 28 May
Galeria Ilea [Cluj-Napoca, RO]
Galeria Lina [Bistrița, RO]
Kunst Art [Bochum, DE]
Galeria de Artă Senso [București, RO]
Pilat Gallery [București, RO]
Sandwich Shop [București, RO] powered by Țuca Zbârcea
AES+F [Moscova, RU] powered by Mobius Gallery
Mobius Gallery [București, RO] powered by Gi Group
Lavacow [București, RO]
Fundația Viorica și Gheorghe Iacob [București, RO]
Rosca’s [Craiova, RO]
19 – 21 May
AES+F [Moscova, RU] powered by Mobius Gallery – parallel program
Art Encounters [Timișoara, RO]
Atelier 030202 [București, RO] powered by Gi Group
Balamuc [Timișoara, RO]
Fundația Viorica și Gheorghe Iacob [București, RO]
Galeria 3:e våningen [Göteborg, SE] powered by Embassy of Sweden in Romania
Galeria 9 [Cluj-Napoca, RO]
Galleri CC [Malmö, SE] powered by Embassy of Sweden in Romania
Galeria Lina [Bistrița, RO]
Lavacow [București, RO]
Pilat Gallery [București, RO]
Rotenberg Uzunov Art Gallery [București, RO]

Each year, Art Safari Bucharest goes into less accessible, forgotten or unknown places in Bucharest. This year we’ll discover together Kretzulescu Galleries whose doors we open between 19 May to 18 June 2017. Kretzulescu building was created by the architect George M. Cantacuzino between 1934 – 1939, known by its galleries that are inspired by the classic Italian architecture. Before Kretzulescu Galleries were built (Calea Victoriei 45), people enjoyed Kretzulescu Inn, a building that housed shops and rooms. The Inn was demolished in 1938 and shortly after Kretzulescu Galleries were built. Between the 70s – 80s, the second and third floors hosted Informatics and Documentation Centre of the State’s Security Sistem. From 1989 until now galleries were closed, except the ground floor which houses bookstores also today.

The biggest art event in Romania invites you to Calea Victoriei 45, Bucharest at Kretzulescu Galleries.