The Polish artist Kamil Kocurek won the grand prize of the 4th Graphic Art Biennial of Szeklerland − announced the organizers of the event during the award gala held in Sfântu Gheorghe. Two other graphic artists from Poland received prizes, and also three participants from Hungary. Two of the prizes were claimed by Romanian artists, and the jury announced two awards for an artist from Bulgaria and one from Canada.
From the outset the Graphic Art Biennial of Szeklerland has assumed the task of formulating the integrating role of graphics. This year the jury considered that it was time to redefine the categories of the classical and experimental techniques markedly distinct in the 1990s, since by now these means have come to exist in permanent interaction and define a single category for submitting artworks.
The Polish School of Poster has always been an unusual phenomenon worldwide. In its best period each poster, regardless of the content it carried, was a fully autonomous work of art. The announcements of films, theatre plays, circus performances or even the common propaganda posters were distinguished by the form of expression, graphic style, lettering, and their approach to the subject.
The seven-member international jury selected 312 artworks for the second phase of the 4th Graphic Art Biennial of Szeklerland. According to the jury, the selected material meets the expectations and is a representative section of contemporary graphic art. The list of the selected artworks and names of artists will be […]
On 1 February, on a press conference, the Covasna and Harghita County Councils presented the call for application of the 4th edition of the Graphic Art Biennial of Szeklerland, one of the prestigious fine arts events of the Carpathian Basin. The competition welcomes the participation of artists from both Romania […]