Works


His graphic work and paintings are exhibited at national events in Bucharest:
- the annual exhibitions of graphic art 1965, 1957, 1958;
- the painting and sculpture biennals - 1968, 1970, 1972, 1976.

He participates in collective and group exhibitions organised in Romania or abroad:
1957 - "1907" Exhibition, Bucharest
1957 - Youth Exhibition, Moscow
1958, 1959, 1962, 1963 - Youth Exhibition Bucharest
1968, 1969 - Cluj artists' Exhibtion in Zalau
1970 - Cluj artists' in Bucharest, Dallas gallery
1973 - Romanian painting exhibition, Osaka
1974, 1976, 1977, 1984 Homage - Exhibitions, Cluj-Napoca
1977 - Summer Salon, Covasna
1982, 1983 - Exhibition of the creation camp Lazarea, Harghita county
1985 - the Retrospective of "Tribuna" Galleries (1975-1985), Cluj
1986 - the Professors' exhibition at the Fine Art Institute "Ion Andreescu" Cluj
1988, 1990 - Exhibition of the creation group Calica, Tulcea county
1990 - Group exhibition at the Professional Artists Union Gallery Cluj.

Organized with a frequency that is meaningful of the artist's creative passion, the personal exhibitions bring to the public, alomst every year the painting of Vremir:
1957, 1967, 1969, 1970, 1973, 1974, 1977, 1979, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1991 - Cluj
1963 - Catcau-Dej
1964 - Bucharest
1981 - Tulcea
1983 - Miercurea-Ciuc

After the early loss of the artist on August 10th 1991, his family contributes the organization of commemorative exhibitions that make an important contribution to the integration of Mircea Vremir's work in the larger context of Romanian contemporary painting:
1991 - Commemoration section in the Exhibition of the creation camp Calica
1992 - Professional Artists Union Gallery, Cluj
1995, 2000 - Club of the University House, Cluj
1999 - Professional Artists Union Gallery, Cluj

Contact


Vremir Marton
tel: +40-744-516.938
martonvremir@yahoo.com

Kovats Ildiko
tel: +40-746-320.534
kovatsildiko@personal.ro

About Mircea Vremir


Mircea Vremir was born March 19th, 1932 in Lipoveni-Romania county of Neamt (Moldavia). The second born of Vasile and Anghelina Vremir grew up in a family deeply rooted in the traditions of the Romanian village, in a natural enviroment providing generous colorings and shapes.

Mircea Vremir started his artistic education at the Fine Art Institute of Iasi (1949-1950) and he pursued at the Fine Art Institute "Ion Andreescu" of Cluj (1950-1955).

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Virtual gallery



Vestigii-Heraklea(7)-ulei pe pinza-98x104-1971


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