Dumitru Pasima

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Dumitru Pasima

BIOGRAPHY


 


Academic Studies: 1963 - "Nicolae Grigorescu" Institute of Fine Arts, major in Sculpture, Prof.: Ion Lucian Murnu, Constantin Baraschi, Bucharest, Romania.
 Scholarships: 1965 - "Dimitrie Paciurea" Scholarship.


Standing Member of the Fine Artists' Union of Romania Personal Exhibitions:


1966 - "Kalinderu" Hall, Bucharest, Romania;


1968 - Galaţi, Romania;


1970 - "Apollo" Gallery, Bucharest, Romania.
2016 - The Romanian Peasant Museum, Bucharest


 


Group Exhibitions:


 


1969 - Torino, Italy;


1970 - Stuttgart, Germany;


1976 - USSR;


1981 - Belgrade, Yugoslavia;


1986 - Austria;


1989 - Czechoslovakia;


1991 - Malin, Belgium;


1992 - The World Exhibition in Sevilla, Spain;


1992 - 1998 - "Danteasca" Bronze Small Sculpture Biennial, Ravenna, Italy;


1995 - Group Exhibition of Professors from "Nicolae Tonitza" High School, "Orizont" Gallery, Bucharest, Romania;


1998 - Aromanian plastic artists, "Brâncuşi" Hall, Romanian Parliament, Bucharest, Romania;


1999 - Romanian Sculpture Exhibition, Athens, Greece;


2000 - National Art Saloon, "Brâncuşi" Hall, Romanian Parliament, Bucharest, Romania;


2001 - National Art Salon, Romexpo Hall, Bucharest, Romania;


2003 - Exhibition of the Sculpture Section of the Fine Artists' Union of Romania, Bucharest Branch;


2004, 2006, 2009 - Days of Armenian Culture, Art Museum, Constanţa, Romania.
 
Monumental Works:


 


- Ion Neculce, Bucharest, Romania;


- Tudor Muşatescu, Câmpulung Muscel, Arges, Romania;


- Petru Dobra, Zlatna, Alba Iulia, Romania;


- Mihai Eminescu, Brăila, Romania;


- Mihai Eminescu, Vaslui, Romania;


- Mihai Eminescu, Costei, Banatul Sârbesc, Romania;


- Mihai Eminescu, Lugoj, Timiş, Romania;


- Mihai Eminescu, Botoşani, Romania;


- Mihai Eminescu, Săcele, Sibiu, Romania;


- Nae Ionescu, Brăila, Romania;


- Gheorghe Petraşcu, Tecuci, Galaţi, Romania;


- George Coşbuc, Alba Iulia, Romania;


- Ion Pillat, Dorohoi, Suceava, Romania;


- Ion Maiorescu, Giurgiu, Romania;


- Filip Ionescu, Giurgiu, Romania;


- Titu Maiorescu, Iaşi, Romania;


- Mihai Viteazul, Bucharest, Romania;


- Vlad Ţepeş, Bucharest, Romania;


- Professor Ghiţă Popescu, Otopeni, Romania;


- Henri Coandă, Military Museum, Bucharest, Romania;


- Petru Rareş, Vetrişoaia Commune, Vaslui, Romania;


- Bishop Ioan Lemeni, Pantheon of Heroes, Blaj, Alba, Romania;


- Alexandru Lăpuşneanu, Iaşi, Romania;


- Ion Brătianu, Călăraşi, Romania;


- Queen Mary, Călăraşi, Romania.
 
Works in collections and museums:


 


- The National Office for Documentation and Art Exhibitions, the Minister of Culture, Romania;


- Museum of Contemporary Art, Galaţi, Romania;


- History Museum, Dr. C. Teodorescu Collection, Vaslui, Romania;


- Bucharest Municipality Museum, Romania; - Art Museum, Baia Mare, Maramureş, Romania;


- "George Aprodu" Cultural Center, Bacău, Romania.
 
Awards and Distinctions:


 


1968 - Mention at the Youth Exhibition;


1971 - Collective Award of the Fine Artists' Union for participation at the Măgura Symposium, Buzău;


1976 - First Prize, International Symposium in Burgas, Bulgaria;


1991 - Prize of the Fine Artists' Union for Sculpture;


1996 - Bronze Medal at the "Danteasca" Bronze Small Sculpture Biennial, Ravenna, Italy;


1998 - Medal at the "Danteasca" Bronze Small Sculpture Biennial, Ravenna, Italy;


2000 - "Eminescu 2000" Anniversary Medal;


2003 - "Ion Andronache" Prize, awarded by the Romanian Academy;


2004 - "Cultural Merit" Medal, 1st grade.