EXHIBITION OF THE RUMANIAN PAINTER FLORIN MIHAI IN THE DOBRICH ART GALLERY
On April 12 at 6 pm the Dobrich Art Gallery opens an exhibition of the Rumanian painter Florin Mihai under the name "Apocalypse". The curator of his exhibitions defines his creative works as follows:“ The figurative structures of Florin Mihai remind the viewer of archaic rituals, animal sacrifices and knightly tournaments, which always involve dynamic actions and dramatic blood-like splashes. The animal figures represent the surrounding adversities, the enemy and at the same time, an accompanying presence in the face od destiny. Often the memory of the ancient bloody rituals is fading, surviving only as images of sports and friendly confrontations.The forms of all beings are subjects of the same dynamic principle, which visually, is translated as a constant play of ruptured or continuous, chromatic or drown surfaces."
Florim Mihai is born on May 13th 1949 in Timisoara town. He graduated in mural painting the Fine Arts Institute "Nicolae Grigorescu", Bucharest. From 1984 he is a memeber of the the Union of the Romanian painters. Since 1977 he has frequently participated in national and international exhiobitions and biennales. He has 11 solo expositions both in Romania and abroad. Some of his works are in private collections in Greece, Germany, Italy, Serbia, USA, Canada, Bulgaria.