Andrei Gamarț (b. 1980, Republic of Moldova) lives and works in Bucharest. He is an artist educated in Chișinău and constantly exploring other creative fields such as poetry and literature. His paintings, drawings, and graphic works reveal fractures of a world that seems suspended in-between time and space. The major themes populating this tenebrous and sometimes surreal “counter-reality” tackle the relation between memory, matter, innocence and error.
Selected exhibitions: Memories Are Here And It’s Spring Again, The Brâncoveni Palaces Cultural Centre, Bucharest (2018, solo); Homo Deus, Mobius Gallery, New York (2018); Seasons, Mobius Gallery, Bucharest (2017, solo); Mirror for The Full Moon, Mobius Gallery, Bucharest (2016, solo); This Garden Was Enchanted, Zorzini Gallery, Bucharest (2014, solo); Shifting Presence, Zorzini Gallery, Port Cultural Cetate (2013, solo); The Counter Realist, Prospekt Gallery at Stirbei Palace, Bucharest (2011, solo); WEST MEETS EAST – A Cultural Book Exchange, UNA gallery, Bucharest (2010); The Man Who Walks In Shade, Montage Gallery, Bucharest (2009, solo).