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Romanian artists awarded at International Exhibition of Contemporary Art in Florence
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Five Romanian artists were awarded at the XIth edition of the Biennial of Florence - The International Contemporary Art Exhibition, attended by more than 450 artists from all over the world, among whom ten Romanian artists, informs ICR Venice in a press release on Friday. 

This year's edition, who ended recently, called "eARTh: Creativity and Sustainability", offered awards for the following categories: drawing and calligraphy, painting, mixed technique, sculpture, ceramic art, textile arts, art jewelery, video art, performance and installation. 

On October 15, 2017, the international jury, made up of outstanding personalities of arts and culture, awarded the Lorenzo il Magnifico Prize to winners in each of the six categories. The five awarded Romanian artists are: 

Maria Roxana Cioata, the first prize in the ceramic category, with the work "Portrait". Maria Cioata is a member of the Fine Arts Union of Romania, is a ceramist, graphic designer and scenographer. She had both personal exhibitions and participated in collective ones in Romania, Bulgaria, Germany, Italy, Portugal. 

Horia Manolache, the 4th prize for the photography category, participated with the work "Joel". Graduate of the Academy of Art University in San Francisco and Film Making in Romania, he has been awarded numerous international awards and a mention at the "Perimeter of the world" fair in Rayko. His works appeared in major newspapers and magazines such as: Rangefinder Magazine, Forbes, Life, Forbes Up, Lenscratch, Fotorelevance and Huffington Post. 

Alina Aldea, the 5th prize in the category of drawing and calligraphy, participated with the series of works "Black". She had personal exhibitions and participated in collective ones in Romania, Italy, Japan, Sweden. 

Ruxandra Sibil Mermeze received the 5th prize in the textile category, with "Column". Born in 1955 in Ploiesti, she graduated the textile section of the Nicolae Grigorescu Institute of Visual Arts, in 1987. She is a member of the Union of Fine Artists in Bucharest. In 1990 he won the U.A.P. award, the textile category. She participated in more than 80 exhibitions all over the world and has organized eight personal exhibitions in Bucharest, Riga, Estonia and Geneva. 

David Leon Olteanu received the 5th prize in the ceramic category for the work "Universe". Engaged in expressing modularity in art, the artist pays constant attention to the repetition of forms and the module, considered as unit of the installation. Modularity is the intrinsic characteristic of bodies, which is also a way to perceive nature.






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