Bucharest and more generally Romania, have a strong and very powerful art history and some places such as Galateca Gallery are here to show that the tradition continues. Conscient of that heritage, the architect Radu Teaca founded the gallery where decades of exhbitions followed one another since the place opened in 2012. Space of creation particularly active, Galateca has seen succeed various artists from Romania and abroad, all linked around the idea of a "Romanian Art Energy". Danse, painting, happening, drawing or sculpture are just few example of what happened and what it is still presenting there. The same way, Victor Fonta, Frederic Liwer or Hirotoshi Ito are just few very talented artists among others that exhibited their work at the gallery. Ideally located in Bucharest, close to the Atheum, the National Art Museum or very nice bars and restaurants, Galeteca quickly became one of my favourite art place in town.
2-4 C.A. Rosetti Str., District 1, București 010283, Romania