Moldovan fine artist exhibits works at History Museum of Chisinau city
17:25 | 05.04.2021 Category: Culture
Chisinau, 5 April /MOLDPRES/ - A painting exhibition titled, Life will win in Chisinau, by fine artist, PhD in arts’ study Natalia Procop has recently been opened at the History Museum of the Chisinau city.
Contacted by MOLDPRES, Natalia Procop said that the exhibition comprised 11 works. ‘’Some of them were made within the project on the culture of promoting the image of Moldova’s cities through art and micro-poetics and show some of the symbolic buildings of the Chisinau city: Mazarache church, water tower, red mill, etc. We want to attract attention also to the buildings of local importance, which are on the way of being completely destroyed,’’ the author said.
Natalia Procop was born in Chisinau on 23 June 1983. In 2005, she graduated from the Fine Arts and Design Faculty of the Ion Creanga State Pedagogical University; in 2005-2006, she continued the master education at the same institution, the Fine Arts specialty. Afterwards, Procop trained for her doctor’s degree at the Cultural Heritage Institute of Moldova’s Academy of Sciences, where she maintained the doctor’s thesis on decorative art in Moldova in 2014. In 2009-2019, Natalia Procop was executive director of the ART ELIT Cultural Centre. Presently, she is scientific secretary of the social, economic, humanistic sciences and arts of ASM and scientific researcher coordinator of the Humanistic Researches Centre of the Moldovan State University.
Natalia Procop is member of the Fine Art’s Union of Romania (Bacau branch) and of the Moldovan Fine Arts’ Union. She participated in more arts exhibitions in Moldova and abroad, among which the International Biennial of Painting Chisinau-Iasi, Gold Helios International Exhibition from Heviz, Hungary, Art Symposium, Moldovan Art for your Heart, at the European Parliament in Brussels, etc. Her works are preserved in private collections from Hungary, Ukraine, Poland, Romania, France, USA, Belgium, the United Kingdom and other countries.
The exhibition will be open till 16 May.