Ioana Niculescu Aron

ROMANIAN ARTIST

IOANA NICULESCU ARON

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ART

I take my inspiration

from personal emotions, and then build an entire world surrounding that emotion. It is always a challenge for me to refer to contrasting subjects, such as daily routine and poetry. The way I am trying to express different subjects is by creating an atmosphere and proposing painting at its limit of becoming an installation.

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NOTABLE MENTIONS

AWARDS

Despite her young age Ioana managed to win multiple competitions, where she was awarded with scholarships around the world that further deepened the complexity of her art. 

QUOTES

"Wild, weird, whimsical. It’s also this very energy that I like in you"

Ivan Fayard

FEATURES

Discover articles and other written pieces of and about Ioana to get a look behind the scenes of her exhibitions and ambitions.
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Upcoming exhibition

Cold Cases

Cold Cases is a group show exhibited at the Old Police Cell Museum, as part of the Brighton Photo Fringe. It is themed around famous Brighton crimes, including the Trunk Murders, which first came to light in 1934 when an unclaimed plywood trunk was noticed at the left luggage office of Brighton railway station. The trunk contained a dismembered torso of a woman, further body parts were found at an address in Brighton and Kings Cross station, London. The murderer was never charged.

  • Pheonix
  • 0-14 Waterloo Place
  • BN2 9NB, Brighton
  • United Kingdom