Tudor Titzoiu solo show Hamilton House Gallery

Image Credit: Tudor Titoiu

Hamilton House, 80 Stokes Croft, Bristol, BS1 3QY

07463653887
info@titzoiu.com
www.titzoiu.com

Thursday 01 March 2018 – Wednesday 07 March 2018
6pm-8.30pm
Opening Hours: 9am

Tudor Titzoiu "unspoken lines – no man is an island"

Opening reception – 2nd of March 2018 from 6 pm- 9 pm

Tudor Titzoiu is a Bristol-based artist. He currently studies his PhD in arts, with studies in arts in Madrid - Spain, and Bucharest, Constanta - Romania. His art depicts and make use of a democratic perspective of contemporary social and political situation, constituted in an abstract world of reflections through value, colour, form, line, shape, balance, contrast, emphasis, movement, pattern, rhythm, unity and texture. His abstract descriptive works suggest a continuous line of life with limited and unlimited heights and width. The artist body of work can be defined by his interest in the process of creating. His mediums are painting, drawings, printmaking. The exhibition will comprise 100+ artworks from paintings, drawings, in different techniques from acrylics, markers, ink on canvas/paper. The largest artwork will be 30 meters x 45 cm – mixed technique on paper.

The artist exhibited in solo shows and collective exhibitions in UK, Spain, United States, Romania, Bulgaria.

The artist is also a filmmaker, his movies have been selected in different film festivals from Mexico, United States, Europe, India and Africa.

His works can be seen at www.titzoiu.com

Event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/109468619868651/

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