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MAIA ŞTEFANA OPREA
born 1987, Bucharest, Romania

www.maiaoprea.ro/en

maiastefana@gmail.com

EDUCATION

2012 B.F.A, Bucharest National Arts University , Bucharest Romania
2010-2011 Ecole Superieure d'art et design de Grenoble-Valence, Grenoble, France
2007- 2008 Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, GA,… Read More
MAIA ŞTEFANA OPREA
born 1987, Bucharest, Romania

www.maiaoprea.ro/en

maiastefana@gmail.com

EDUCATION

2012 B.F.A, Bucharest National Arts University , Bucharest Romania
2010-2011 Ecole Superieure d'art et design de Grenoble-Valence, Grenoble, France
2007- 2008 Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, GA, USA
2002-2006 Nicolae Tonitza Fine Arts High School, Bucharest, Romania

SOLO FOREIGN EXHIBITIONS

2005 Romanian Cultural Institute of London, "Through the Looking Glass”, London, UK
2005 Cornerstone Gallery, Liverpool, UK
2005 Turner Sims Concert Hall, Southampton, UK
2005 Instituto Romeno di Cultura e Ricerca Umanistica, Venice, IT

SOLO EXHIBITIONS IN BUCHAREST

2013 U-ART Gallery, CADMIUM
2012 Melenia Art Gallery, DUST
2011 Melenia Art Gallery, two person exhibition Ladies and Gentlement "
2011 Orizont Gallery
2010 National Bucharest Opera House, Design Youself project
2010 Melenia Art Gallery
2009 Hard Rock Cafe Restaurant
2009 Leads center, opened by master Viorel Marginean, Running in Circles
2008 Orizont Gallery
2007 Baku Art Gallery
2006 Romanian National Theatre Hall, Book Festival 4th edition
2006 Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MAE)
2005 Romanian National Theatre Hall, Book Festival 3rd edition
2004 Metropolitan Center for Youth
1998 Ţăndărică Theatre

FOREIGN GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2012 Ciminiere di Catania,Stop allo 048 degli oggetti 2ed, Catania, Sicilia, Italy
2012 Galeria A Pedja Acimovic, Second International Watercolor Biennale, Belgrade, Serbia
2012 Underwater Art Elsahara, Dahab, Egipt
2011 La Boîte Noire de Saint- Priest, Biennale of Contemporary Art in Lyon, Lyon, France
2011 Young Art Show, V-edition, Trebatice, Slovakia
2011 Hungarian Cultural Institute of Sofia, The Old School , Sofia, Bulgaria
2010 Grenoble Town Hall, Urban Mountains, Rhone Alpes, France
2008 Goslarer Museum, Romanians in Goslar, Goslar, Germany
2006 London Internation Gallery of Children Art, co-organiser, A Window onto Romania, London, UK
2004 Nicolae Tonitza” students , Bratislava
2003 Nicolae Tonitza students, Vienna

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS IN ROMANIA

2013 South Danube Museum, Seasons of trees with stories, Calaraşi
2012 The National Museum of Unification in Alba Iulia, Imaginary and illusion, Alba Iulia
2012 Romanian Peasant's Museum, How was it possible ?, Bucharest
2010 Museum of Art in Ploieşti, Dan Platon, Ploieşti
2010 The Ark-Center for Contemporary Art, RIVER-independent expressions, Bucharest
2010 Museum of Art in Constanţa, Art Embodiment, Constanţa
2010 Bucharest Municipal Museum Simboluri, a Journey in Time, Bucharest
2009 Cotroceni National Museum, Balkanic Art Inspirations, Bucharest
2009 Anaid Art Gallery, October, Remember, December, Bucharest
2009 Vernescu House, Pay it Forward, Bucharest

PUBLICATIONS

2012: Toma, Florin, Maia Ştefana Oprea – Serious Games on Terror, Viaţa Românească 9-10-2012
2011: Stan, Liviu G., My Motivation Remains the Intense Curiosity, Obiectiv Cultural nr. 5

SELECTED AWARDS / HONORS

2007 American Association of University Women, Best Artist Statement, Women Equity, Georgia, US
2006 International Festival Caragiale, Excellency prize, Ploieşti
2006 XXIV-th International Painting Competition in Macedonia, Single Creations,
2002 Spring of New Allies, NATO campaign in Romania Read Less
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