Tara von Neudorf

Tara von Neudorf (b. 1974, Ludus, Transylvania, Romania) studied the Printmaking and afterwords Painting at the Art and Design University of Cluj-Napoca. Strongly connected to the political and social realities of our contemporaneity and recent history, Tara’s artworks build up in a manifesto addressing the fundamental issues of humanity which is struggling with its own incapacity of self-communication and is caught in an endless process of degeneration.

“The complexity of Tara’s art is enhanced by his astonishing historical knowledge and awareness and his absolutely uncompromising stance on any kind of political manipulation and totalitarian strategies. His maps, with their remarkably powerful, expressive formal qualities, reveal this with redoubled force. The fact that Tara (von Neudorf) was born in Transylvania […] is not without significance. In the context of the confused and painful history of this region, his maps take on significance as a cartography of the quest for lost identity”, Dr Monika Rydiger, curator, Krakow, Poland

Selected exhibitions

  • 1999: Last International Dada Exhibition of the 20th. Century, Berlin, Galerie Kai Hilgemann, Germany
  • 2005: Black Rumania, Anaid Art Gallery, Bucharest, Romania
  • 2007: Finis Mundi, Anaid Art Gallery, Bucharest, Romania
  • 2009: Generation Djihad, Anaid Art Gallery, Bucharest, Romania
  • 2011: Trans(a)gressie Millennium, MODEM Modern és Kortárs Művészeti Központ, Debrecen, Hungary
  • 2012: Raving History, Anaid Art Gallery, Bucharest, Romania
  • 2012: In the name of…, STRABAG Artlounge, Vienna, Austria
  • 2013: Cartographer of Malevolent History. Tara (von Neudorf), Gallery of the International Cultural Centre in Krakow, Poland
  • 2014: Bad Since 1974, Zorzini Gallery, Bucharest, Romania
  • 2015: Loaded, H’art Gallery, Bucharest, Romania


A solo show by Tara von Neudorf Vernissage: December 10th, 2015 7 - 9 pm Mobius Gallery » Read More

Tara von Neudorf

December 10th - Opening 15743, solo exhibition of Tara von Neudorf » Read More

Double Exposure

Coord. Roxana Gamart 2014 Paperback with flaps 10 color illustrations: 160 pages 165 x 235 mm 978-606-719-184-4 » Read More