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Ştefan Constantinescu is a visual artist and a filmmaker. In 2010 he participated in the Bucharest Biennial with the a painting and photography installation entitled An Infinite Blue. In 2009, he represented Romania at The Venice Biennial, with the films Passagen and Troleibuzul 92. In 2009 he co-directed with Julio Soto the film My Beautiful Dacia, a portrayal of Romania`s transition from Communism to Capitalism through the story of the Dacia automobile, an emblem of Communist Romania. In 2008 he conceived The Golden Age for Children, a pop-up book about Romania`s recent history.
Ştefan Constantinescu, Troleibuzul 92, 2009
RedCode video, 9'
Ştefan Constantinescu, An Infinite Blue, 2009-11
oil on canvas
Ştefan Constantinescu, An Infinite Blue, 2010-11
charcoal on paper, 30x42cm
Ştefan Constantinescu, My Beautiful Dacia, 2009
documentary film, HD video, 54'
Ştefan Constantinescu, The Golden Age for Children, 2008
pop-up book,edition of 15
Ştefan Constantinescu, Northern Light, 2006
A series of photographs is accompanied by the artist's diary telling of his everyday family life in the suburb of Vällingby just outside Stockholm
Ştefan Constantinescu, Passagen, 2005
Ştefan Constantinescu, Archive of Pain, 2000
video installation, book