Solo Shows

1999 – Solo show (130 paintings) at Romanian Parliament – House of Deputies, Conference Hall “Constantin Brancusi”, Bucharest, Romania
2000 – Solo show “Hanul cu tei”, Bucharest, Romania
2001 – Performance Body Painting for “Vanguardia” fashion show at Hotel Sofitel, Bucharest
2002 – Performance Body Painting for “Fashion Days” at Romanian Parliament, Bucharest
2003 – Solo show at ROMEXPO (“AM PRESS” stand), Bucharest, Romania
2004 – Body Painting for “Roberto Cavalli”, in The Office Club, Bucharest, Romania
2005 – Solo show, Athens, Greece, invited by the UNESCO Club of the Department of Piraeus and Islands
2006 – Performance and solo show at “Fundatia” Gallery, Bucharest, Romania
2010 – Solo show at “Melenia” Gallery, Bucharest, Romania
2011 – Solo show at Armani Hotel, Burj Khalifa, Dubai
2011 – Solo show at D.I.F.C. Center, Dubai
2013 – Solo show “Neurophysiological Opera of Shaping”, invited by Romanian National Bank
2013 – Solo show, Elite Gallery Bucharest, invited by Alumnus Club UNESCO
2015 – Solo show “Neuro-Epics” at Saatchi Gallery, London, curated by Edward Lucie Smith
2015 – Solo show “Neuropysiological Shapings”, invited by Katara Foundation, Doha, Qatar

Group Exhibitions

2000 – Group Exhibition “Atelier 35”, Museum of Art, Constanta, Romania
2002 – Group Exhibition at Italian Cultural Centre, Bucharest, Romania
2012 – Group Show “Heraldica Luminii” at Romanian Parliament – House of Deputies, Conference Hall “Constantin Brancusi”, Bucharest, Romania
2012 – Group Show at “Back Space – open studio”, Bucharest, Romania
2015 – Group Show “Elogiu frumusetii ca infatisare a binelui”, at Salonul Artelor “Temeiuri”, 7th Edition, Bucharest, Romania

Auctions

2012, 24th October – Christie’s Auction House Dubai – record sales for one work – “Untitled”, acrylic on canvas, 189,5×288,8cm.

Collections

Museum of Art, Constanta, Romania;
Works in private exhibitions in Romania, Germany, Greece, USA, UK, Brazil:
The Farjam Collection D.I.F.C. Dubai
Ivo Pitangui – Brazil;
Doctor Petre Kozak – Spain;
Jon Stamaniki – Romania;
Andrei Vrenescu – Romania;
Works at MNAC (National Museum of Contemporary Art, Bucharest, Romania)

Awards

2005 – UNESCO Gold Medal, Athens, Greece, offered by the UNESCO Club of the Department of Piraeus and Islands