Mihai Olos (1940 –2015) was one of the most prominent Romanian artists of the 1970s. Being interested in various media—painting, sculpture, happenings, Land Art, and even literature—he developed a coherent conceptual system of modular morphologic structures (knots), ultimately leading him to his utopian project, the “universal city” of Olospolis. This monographic album is published as a follow-up to the exhibition The Ephemerist. A Mihai Olos Retrospective, organized by the National Museum of Contemporary Art – MNAC Bucharest in 2016. The publication compiles a representative selection of artworks, photographs from the artist’s archive, which are being published for the first time, and essays on the oeuvre and life of Mihai Olos.
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ca. 496 Pages
zahlreiche/numerous colored illustrations
Languages: English, Rumänisch
MNAC Books, Olos Estate, Galeria Plan B
Călin Dan, Helga Fessler, Julian Heynen, Anca Mihulet, Ileana Pintilie, Magda Predescu, Liviu Rata
Bogdan Ceausescu, Bucharest