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Doïna Vieru

1978 Moldova, Republic of

15 Works exhibited

Current location

Paris

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  • About the Artist
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Bibliography
  • Awards

Born in 1978 in Moldova, Doïna Vieru, has always preferred step / step / passionately the image to the word and all this despite crises of bartlébysme. Between "I would prefer not to", pencils, papers, pvc or metal and other sharp instruments, the game remains his eternal favorite.

After studying at the Chisinau Art Academy and ENSBA Paris, she left Europe for Ecuador where she developed her own artistic language between mountains and jungle. Her return to 2019 in Paris is marked by an event-hanging at the Nesle gallery where she will present drawings on the three levels of the gallery.

Her work, which has been exhibited regularly in Ecuador, Mexico, France, Romania and Moldova, still deals with the inexpressible. It’s a kind of hide-and-seek game, to say and shut up. Her production is serial: she paints on herself, on her pregnancies, to the rhythm of Tchaikovsky's Opus 35 or in the melanomaniac search for black.

In the last series of drawings it is a question of hiding and destroying poetry by freely playing on large photographic paper with layers-history - palimpsests - superimposed where unintelligible writing mixes with charcoal, ink, with white acrylics and black stone. It is the rewriting of the disaster, a direct reference to the work of Maurice Blanchot: "When all is said, what remains to be said is the disaster, ruin of speech, failure in writing, rumor that murmurs: this which remains without remainder. "

SOLO SHOWS:

2020
"rewriting of disaster", Galerie de Nesle, Paris
2019
"Petricor - olor a lluvia", Sara Palacios Galeria de arte, Quito
"rewriting of disaster", Alliance Française de Quito
2018
"Emptiness emptied of its emptiness", Ileana Viteri Galeria de arte, Quito
2017
"la palabra se dara un tiempo silencioso", Sara Palacios Galeria de arte, Quito
2016
step / step / passionately (autonomous vibratory vice), CCE, Guayaquil, Ecuador
2015
“Opus 35", CCE Imbabura, Ibarra, Ecuador
“Op. 35 ", Galeria Atuczara, Quito, Ecuador
“Melanomania”, Alliance Française, Quito, Ecuador
2012
“EU‘ Centro Cultural Metropolitano, Quito, Ecuador
2007
‘Art as a couple’, CCE, Esmeraldas, Ecuador
‘Art as a couple’, CCE, Quito, Ecuador
2000
Point Culture International, Paris
1999
Theater ‘E. Ionesco ’, Chisinau, Moldova
1998
Alliance Française de Chisinau, Moldova

 

GROUP SHOWS:

2019
BIP, Complexul muzeal National ‘Moldova’, Iasi, Romania
Chisinau International Painting Biennial, National Museum of Fine Arts of R. Moldova
‘dOs’, Magmarte, Quito
2018
Bi-national exhibition Ecuador - Peru, CCE Museum, Quito
‘Humanas: Mujeres en el arte ecuatoriano’, temporary exhibition hall of the Presidential Palace of the Republic of Ecuador, Quito
2015
‘TAQ’, Galeria Ileana Viteri, Quito, Ecuador
2014
‘Pichincha ama la vida’ Veracruz, Mexico
Salón de junio Machala
2013
ECUA UIO (object and painting), Quito, Ecuador
‘Junio ​​Fair’, Machala, Ecuador
2012
‘Autoretrato, Retrato, Representacion y Auto-representacion en el Ecuador’, CCM, Quito
ECUA UIO (object and painting), Quito, Ecuador
Sculpture Biennial, San Antonio, Ecuador
2011
‘Quito, Quindes Garden’, Quito, Ecuador
Salon de Octubre, Guayaquil, Ecuador
Junio ​​Fair, Machala
SEXVOTOS, La naranjilla mecanica, Quito
2010
Colectivo de arte Cienfuegos, Quito
2008
‘El Desnudo en la Pintura ecuatoriana contemporanea’ PUCE, Quito
2002
CCE, Palabra de Mujer, Quito
2001
CCE, Palabra de Mujer, Quito
Pedro Eljuri, ‘Festival de Arte’ Quito
1999
Montmartre in Europe, Paris
2000 Mix @ rts evening, Paris
Chess Expo, Espace Jemmaps, Paris
1995
Centro de Arte Contemoraneo SOROS, Chisinau

2017 ‘Only for women’, by Marco Antonio Rodriguez, Quito, Équateur

2012 Mention, Biennale de Sculpture, San Antonio, Équateur
2012 Prix Guyasamin au collectif ‘Quito, Jardin de Quindes’, Mairie de Quito

Works by Doïna Vieru

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2019

100 x 100 x 0.1 cm

2019

100 x 100 x 0.1 cm

2017

117 x 120 x 0.1 cm

2019

32 x 50 x 0.1 cm

2019

32 x 50 x 0.1 cm

2019

28 x 38 x 0.1 cm

2019

28 x 38 x 0.1 cm

2019

32 x 50 x 0.1 cm

2018

30 x 41.5 x 0.1 cm

2018

30 x 41.5 x 0.1 cm

2018

30 x 41.5 x 0.1 cm

2017

14.4 x 21.3 x 0.1 cm

2017

14.4 x 21.3 cm

2017

14.4 x 21.3 cm

2018

14.4 x 21.3 x 0.1 cm

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