ION IRIMESCU, ION MÂNDRESCU Mystery and fulfilment in the Romanian sculpture
Representative sculptors of the only Eastern Latin culture, Ion Irimescu (1903-2005) and Ion Mândrescu (b. 1954) cover a century of Romanian art with their work. Preoccupied by major themes of human existence (life, motherhood, dance, song, man, time, space, inaction etc), the artists elaborate and imprint them in bronze, remaining closely linked to the mysterious codes of the Orient. A spectacular suggestive discourse supported by an art validated by the emotion of fulfilment that the understanding of the event of human existence gives to authentic creators, will delight the audience of the Liechtenstein NationalMuseum.