Delia Brandusescu



Delia Brandusescu

was born in Arad, on October 12, 1954.

Between 1972 and 1977, she attended the “Nicolae Grigorescu” Institute of Fine Arts, sculpture department, Bucharest.

She is a member of:
from 1981 – Union of Visual Artists from Romania
since 1989 – Union of Professional Plastic Artists of Rheinland, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany
since 1995 – UNESCO International Art Association

Monumental works:
Kaiserslautern, Eisithlerhoff;
1993 – Home for the disabled (Ogersheim) Ludwig, Safen;
1994 – Saint Christopher, Kaiserslautern;
1995 – Human and peoples’ rights, Max Plank Institute, Heipelberg.

“The canon imposed on the stone by Delia Brândușescu is not always an asceticism, but a “binding” of the stone, a form of taming it with the help of the “Ariadnic thread” and eschatological of a mythological context, in which the “monster” is taken possession of . The monster, in the original Borgesian sense, of “entity worthy of being shown” or “demonstrable”. On the other hand, just as there is a determination (Karl Prantl’s Milestone or Constantin Brâncuși) there is also a balance, which is not only the always horizontal balance but also the “watering” from the spectral waters of the fountains.” Emil Moldovan


Photo Gallery

July 2007

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