Russu Popescu Cristina

Anul Nasterii: 1951

Cristina Popescu Russu

Cristina Popescu Russu was born on the 25th of September 1951 in Craiova, Romania. In 1975 she graduated the Academy of
Fine Arts in Bucharest. In 1976 she obtained the Master’s Degree in ceramics. Since 1975 she has taken part in all national group
exhibitions. Since 1980 she has been a member of the Union of Plastic Artists in Romania, since 1997 a member of :Kuratorium
Europaische Kulturarbeit” Beratzhausen, Germany and begin 2005 member of “International Contemporary Ceramic Art “ Vienna ,
Austria.. Between 1975 – 2005 she participated in five national ceramics and porcelain symposiums. She works as free creative artist.Group Exhibitions

2006 – “2nd date” organized by ICCA (International Contemporary Ceramic Art) in the gallery “flora cum arte” – Tulln / Austria
2005 – Group Exhibition “1st Date” organized by ICCA (InternationalContemporary Ceramic Art) – Viena / Austria
2005 – “Sofa”, the International Exposition of Sculpture, Objects and Functional Art – New York / U.S.A.
2005 – “The Artcad” – Sharjah Art Museum – United Arab Emirates
2004 – Group Exhibition, Art Gallery Brigitte Kurzendorfer- Pillsach /Germany
2003 – “Recipients II” Ceramic and Glass Exhibition – Bucharest / Romania
2003 – “Decorative Art” Apollo Gallery – Bucharest / Romania2003 – “Options”, Contemporary Romanian Ceramics – Bucharest / Romania
2002 – “Recipients I” Ceramic and Glass Exhibition – Bucharest / Romania
2002 – “Art in shelter II” – Hemau / Germany
2001 – The International Biennial “Arts of the Fire” – Bucharest / Romania
2001 – “Art in shelter I” – Hemau / Germany
1998 – “Romanian Art” – Budapest / Hungary1997 – “Decorative Art” – Museum Cotroceni – Bucharest / Romania
1997 – “Hunger”, Kunst- und Ausstellungshalle – Bonn / Germany
1996 – “Spacavision” International Exhibition, W.T.C. – Bucharest / Romania
1996 – “Fascination of porcelain” – Beratzhausen / Germany
1994 – “Wegzeichen aus Rumanien”, Artists Forum – Bonn / Germany
1994 – “Fascination of porcelain” – Beratzhausen / Germany
1993 – The International ceramics – Biennial – Aveiro / Portugal
1992 – “Salon Nimagine” – Nimes / France
1990 – International Exhibition “Mail Art”, Friedhelm Schulz c/o, Mail ArtMuseum – Berlin / Germany
1989 – “Europe’s Ceramics Producers” – Yonne / France
1987 – International competition “Decorative Ceramics”- Carouge/ Switzerland
1987 – International ceramics competition – Gualdo-Tadino / Italy
1985 – “Galateea” Gallery – Bucharest / Romania
1985 – International ceramics competition – Gualdo-Tadino / Italy
1984 – International drawing and aquarell competition “Sinaide-Ghi” – Roma / Italy
1984 – The International ceramics – Biennial -Vallauris / France
1982 – The International ceramics – Biennial – Pyran / Jugoslavia
1982 – The International ceramics – Biennial – Vallauris / France
1981 – “Fine Art and Decorative Art” – Montreal / Canada
1981 – “Decorative Art” – Sofia / Bulgaria
1981 – “Sculpture – Ceramics” – Geneva / Switzerland
1980 – International ceramics competition – Faenza / Italy1979 – International ceramics competition – Faenza / Italy
1978 – “Young Rumanian Artists” – Hungary
1978- The Decorative Art – Quadriennal – Erfurt / GermanyAwards
1997 – Award for porcelain – decorative art at Cotroceni Museum – Bucharest Romania
1994 – Award or room – decoration at the “National Spring Exhibition” Bucharest / Romania
1985 – Special award at the “International ceramics competition” – Gualdo- Tadino / Italy

Bibliography
Who is Who for Romania – Huebner Editions Suisse – 2006
Who’s Who in Romania” – 2002
“Art” – The Indigineous and foreign art magazine – Romania
“Ceramic of the world” – Gottfried Bormann – Dusseldorf / Germany 1984

Works of the artist are in private and public collections in Belgium, France,
Germany, Greece, Italy, Japan, Romania, USA, Norway and :
- Friedhelm Schulz c/o, Mail Art Museum – BErlin / Germany
- “Cotroceni Museum” – Bucharest / Romania
- “Porcelain and Glasmuseum” – Dorohoi / Romania
- Collection of the Romanian Royale House
- Collection “Kuratorium Europaische Kulturarbeit” – Beratzhausen / Germany
- “Contemporary Art Museum” – Bucharest / Romania

Sursa: http://www.cristinarussu.com/cv.htm