Dinu Campeanu

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Dinu Campeanu

Born on February 4th, 1946 in Bucharest 


1973 - Graduate of the Nicolae Grigorescu Institute of Fine Arts in Bucharest


- Member of the Fine Artists' Union of Romania (U.A.P.), Sculpture Department



Personal Exhibitions



1983 - Simeza Gallery, Bucharest


1985 - Experiment Gallery, Stuttgart, German Federal Republic


1986 - Gijzenrooi Gallery, Geldrop, The Netherlands


1987 - Dis Gallery, Maastricht, The Netherlands


1988 - Severin-Rautenberg Gallery, Aachen, German Federal Republic


1992 - Theatre Gallery, Colombes, France


1993 - "MAC 2000" (Manifestation d'Art Contemporain), Grand Palais, Paris, France


2006 - Montage Gallery, Bucharest


2010 - Samuel van Brukenthal Summer Palace , Avrig (Sibiu County)


2013 - Brancovenesti Palace Cultural Center, Mogosoaia (Ilfov County)


1972-2013 - Participant in most group exhibitions organised in the country and abroad



Symposia and Creative Camps: 



1973, 1977, 1979 - stone: Magura Buzaului             


1976 - wood: Arcus (Covasna County)               


1978 - stone: Sangeorz-Bai (Bistrita-Nasaud County)


1980 - stone: Slatina (Olt County)


1981 - wood: Prilep (Macedonia), Yugoslavia


1984 - wood: Sighetu Marmatiei (Maramures County)


1986 - wood: Saliste (Sibiu County)


1988 - Wood: "Forma Viva": Seca Peninsula (Slovenia), Yugoslavia


1980 -  Caryatids (stone), Slatina (Olt County)


1990 - Wood: Lumsden (Scotland), United Kingdom


1991, 1994 - stone: Oarba de Mures


1993 - wood: Dumbrava Sibiului


1996 - Stone: Borkel en Schaft, The Netherlands; wood: The Museum of Contemporary Art in Galati


1997 - wood: Behringen, Germany; stone: Merges, Switzerland, & Rachana, Lebanon


1998 - wood: lrdning, Austria


1999 - marble: Carbunari (Maramures County): wood: Merges, Switzerland


2000 - marble: "Simppetra 2000"; Caldas da Rainha, Portugal


2001 - marble: Pitesti


2002 - stone: Tulcea


2003 - stone: Carbunari (Maramures County): wood: Bogati (Arges County)


2004 - stone: Targu-Jiu (Gorj County)


2005 - wood: Caransebes (Caras-Severin County).


2006 - stone: Bucharest


2008 - marble: Targu-Jiu (Gorj County)


2009, 2011 - marble: Mirosi (Arges County)


2013 - wood: Plopeni (Prahova County)


2014 - andesite, Caransebes


2015 - stone, Braila


2016 - marble, Braila


 


Monumental Artworks


 


1980 -  Caryatids (stone), Slatina (Olt County)


1982 - Dance (bas-relief, stone), Bals (Olt County)


1992 - In memoriam (stone). Husi (Suceava County)


1994 - Orest Tafrali (bust; bronze), Tulcea


1995 - In memoriam (stone), Comanesti (Bacau County) 


2007 - Fontana Rudolf (bronze; restoration), Brasov


2008 C Liviu Rebreanu (bust; bronze), Bucharest


2011 - The Heroes Monument (stone & bronze; restoration), Scheii Brasovului


 


Awards


 


1982 - Award for the monumental art work The Dance, Bals (Olt County)


1996 - 2nd Prize Gheorghe Petrascu, Art Biennial, Targoviste


1999 - Jury Prize, Morges Symposium, Switzerland


2002, 2006 - UAP Prizes for Ambient Art, Symposia in Tulcea and Bucharest


Works in art collections from Argentina, Belgium, Czech Republic, France, Germany, The Netherlands, Romania, Slovakia, Switzerland, Austria, Portugal, Spain.