Ciprian Mureșan (b. 1977) lives and works in Cluj, Romania. Recent solo exhibitions and presentations include: Working from Language, Salonul de proiecte, Bucharest (2015), Your survival is guaranteed by treaty, Ludwig Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest (2015), Presentation and Video Screening, Centre Pompidou–Cinema 2, Paris (2015), Obstacle Racing, Hochschule für Bildende Künste Braunschweig (2014), Stage and Twist (with Anna Molska), Tate Modern, London (2012), and Recycled Playground, on view successively at FRAC Champagne-Ardenne, Reims (2011), Centre d’art contemporaine, Geneva (2012), and Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver (2013).
His work has also been featured in a number of important international group exhibitions, including: Chercher le garçon, Musée d´art contemporain du Val-de-Marne MAC/Val (2015), Mapping Bucharest: Art, Memory and Revolution 1916–2016, MAK–Austrian Museum of Applied Arts/Contemporary Art (2015), Workers leaving the studio. Looking away from socialist realism, National Gallery of Arts, Tirana (2015), Allegory of the Cave Painting, Extra City Kunsthal, Antwerp (2014), Six Lines of Flight: Shifting Geographies in Contemporary Art, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) (2012), Les Promesses du passé, Centre Pompidou, Musée National d´Art Moderne, Paris (2010); The Generational: Younger Than Jesus, New Museum, New York; and The Seductiveness of the Interval, the Romanian Pavilion at the 53rd Venice Biennale (2009). Since 2005, Mureșan has been a member of the editorial team at IDEA arts+society magazine.
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Untitled (still), 2015. HD video transferred to DVD. Approx. 30 min.
I’m Protesting Against Myself (still), 2011. HD video transferred to DVD. 30:35 min.
Dog Luv (still), 2009. HD video transferred to Blu-ray. 30:56 min.
Ciprian Muresan: Drawings, 2015-2004 Edited by Plan B, Mihai Pop. Publisher: Hatje Cantz, 2016
Art Matters: A Medieval Romanian City with Major Art Talent New York Times | T Magazine | November 2013