Nemtoi Ioan

Anul Nasterii: 1964

Ioan Nemtoi

Ioan Nemtoi – Biography

Born on the 14th of January 1964, in Trusesti, Botosani, Romania
Studies:
The Academy of Fine Arts – Bucharest, 1991
Bachelor in Ceramics – Glass – Metal

Scholarships:
1991-1993 documentation stage in Sweden, at Kosta Boda Workshops, offered by the Bucharest Fine Arts AcademyAffiliations:
Member of the Romanian Artists’ Union

Permanent Exhibitions:
2002- Artech Gallery, SoHo / New York, USA – private gallery
2000- Nemtoi Glass Art Gallery, Elvej, Denmark
1998- Nemtoi Gallery, Bucharest, Romania – private gallerySolo Exhibitions:
2004-2005 Nemtoi at McLaren / My Extravaganza relocated, McLaren Technology Center, Woking, Surrey, UK
2004 My Extravaganza, installation and sound surround, the.gallery@oxo and Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf, London, UK.
2003 Water and Fire, installation and sound surround, Cotroceni National Museum, Bucharest, Romania
Genesis, installation, World Trade Center, Rotterdam & World Trade Center, Amsterdam Schiphol / Airport
Kraft der Farben, functional art, Jacob Bach Gallery, Düsseldorf
2002 Eden, installation, Romanian Cultural Center, Paris
The Betrayal, installation, Artech Gallery, SoHo / New YorkInternational and Group Exhibitions:

2003 International Art Fair, West Palm Beach
Waterland Neeltje Jans Museum, Netherlands
Recipients Exhibition, “Caminul Artei” Gallery, Bucharest
“Gaudeamus” Art Fair, Bucharest, Romania
2002 Museum Kunst Palast, Düsseldorf
Nieuwegein Gallery, Utrecht, Netherlands
De Smederij Gallery, Leerdam, Netherlands
World Trade Center, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Exelmans Gallery, Maaseik, Belgium2001 “Orizont” Gallery, Bucharest, Romania
“Simeza” Gallery, Bucharest, Romania
Glass Art Fair, Fukuoka, Japan
Glass Art Fair, Osaka, Japan
2000 International Art Fair, Copenhagen, Denmark
Formland Fair, Herning, Denmark
Lineart Art Fair, Gent, Belgium
Glass Art Fair, Leerdam, Netherlands
World Trade Center Gallery, Rotterdam, Netherlands
De Gallerie, Haga, NetherlandsVera Gallery, Drobak, Norway
International Glass Art Exhibition, Alizay, France
National Glass Exhibition, “Simeza” Gallery, Bucharest, Romania
1999 International Art Fair, Bucharest, Romania
International Art Exhibition, Utrecht, Netherlands
Glass Art Exhibition, Tucson, Arizona, USA
Glass Exhibition, “Simeza” Gallery, Bucharest, Romania
1998 Glass Exhibition, World Trade Center, Bucharest, Romania
1997 Glass Art Exhibition, Tokyo, JapanArt Exhibition, Copenhagen, Denmark
1996 Art Exhibition, Paris, France
1994 Art Exhibition, Gjovik, Norway
1991/1993 Exhibition in private galleries: Norway, France, Sweden
1991 International Glass Exhibition, Kanazawa, Japan
Art Exhibition, National Theatre, Bucharest, Romania
1990 “16-22” Exhibition, Dalles, Bucharest, Romania
Art Exhibition, History Museum, Resita, Romania
1989 Glass and Ceramics Art Exhibition, Bucharest, Romania
1988 Republican Exhibition, Bucharest, RomaniaMuseums and Collections where Ioan Nemtoi’s works of art are exhibited:
„Green Fantasy”, Museum Kunst Palast, Düsseldorf, Germany
„Aphrodite” and „Poseidon”, Waterland Neeltje Jans Museum, Zeeland, Netherlands
„Bread and Fishes”, UNICEF Headquarters, New York, USA
„Genesis”, White House, Washington DC, USA
His works are present in numerous private collections in Romania and abroad, such as the private collections of King Harald of Norway, Vladimir Putin, Kofi Annan, Emma Nicholson, Princess Margaret of Romania and Prince Radu of Hohenzolern-Veringen.

Reviews
Mark Skewis, Racing Line, July 2004 – read
Simona Nastac, “From London to London: relocating My Extravaganza”, Cultural Observer, June 2004 – read Peter Layton, “My Extravaganza: an exhibition of glass by Ioan Nemtoi”, Contemporary Glass Society Newsletter, June 2004 – read
Simona Nastac, „The Art of Glass – Architecture and Complexity”, Arhitext, January 2004 – read
Ioan Es. Pop, „Arresting the outpouring of light”, Discover, November 2003 – read
Corneliu Cosmin, “Art and money”/interview, IC Magazine, October 2003 – read
Simona Nastac, „Water and Fire”, Cultural Observer, August 2003 – read
Aurelia Mocanu, „Ioan Nemtoi, an erupting volcano”, Igloo, February 2003 – read
Piet Augustijn, “De Vele Gezichten van Het Glas van Ioan Nemtoi”, – Glaskunstbeurs Leerdam Catalogue, September 2002
Bernadette van der Goes, “Aardse glaskunst van Ioan Nemtoi”, November 2000
Meda Popea, „Journey in the World of Glass”, Elle Deco, April 1999
Kirsti Skogen, „Rumensk glasskunst og Widerberg på Mølla”, Oppland Arbeiderblad, February 1994
Jan-Kare Fjeld, „Imponert av glasskunst”, Frederiksstad Blad, June 1993

Installations
Sculptures
Decorative glassware
Design lines, Cordoba, Mystic, Ocean, Gerbera, Mimosa, Koral, Storm

Nemtoi shapes
Spiky, Conic, Cylinder, Carafes, BowlExhibitions
2004 Nemtoi at McLaren / My Extravaganza relocated by Ioan Nemtoi, (includes the glassworks displayed at Oxo Tower Wharf and new glass installations), McLaren Technology Center, Chertsey Road, Woking, Surrey, UK. Nemtoi at McLaren continues until 2005. See the exhibition.
2004 My Extravaganza, by Ioan Nemtoi, installation and sound surround, the.gallery@oxo and Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf, London, UK. See the exhibition.
2003 Water and Fire, by Ioan Nemtoi, installation and sound surround, Cotroceni National Museum, Bucharest, Romania. See the exhibition.
2002 Eden, by Ioan Nemtoi, glass installation, Romanian Cultural Center, Paris, France.
2001 Betrayal, by Ioan Nemtoi, glass and wood installation, Cotroceni National Museum, Bucharest, Romania.

Sursa: http://www.nemtoigalleries.com/artists/ioan-nemtoi