zeppelin 24 brings you the Venice Architecture Biennale


September 23, from 18:30 until late
¾ gallery, 3rd Floor, MNAC, the National Theatre of Bucharest.

“people meet in architecture”

The 12th edition of the Venice International Biennale, with the title “People meet in architecture”, is curated by Kazuyo Sejima, one of the most important figures in contemporary architecture. For this edition, the Japanese curator speaks directly about space and transforms the entire show in a live demonstration of architecture’s power to respond to economic, cultural and social changes.

Rien ne va plus / Faites vos Jeux


Opening: Thursday, September 16
PAVILION UNICREDIT – Bucharest, 1 Nicolae Titulescu (Piata Victoriei)

We invite you at the opening of the ” Rien ne va Plus / Faites vos Jeux” exhibition, on Thursday, 16th of September , at  7pm, at Pavilion UNICREDIT, Nicolae  Titulescu street, number 1, Bucharest (Piata Victoriei).
Produced in Holland, the exhibition has an international theme and focuses on the combined impact of economic crisis, environmental crisis and the crisis between the generations on architecture and on ways to understand the complexity of the current crisis.

The Realism Question


The Realism Question – Epilogue to Bucharest Biennale 4
Open until 24 September 2010

Participating artists: Magnus Bärtås, Kalle Brolin, Ion Grigorescu, Joana Hadjithomas & Khalil Joreige, The Medvedkine Groups, Paul Neagu, Lina Selander, Mona Vatamanu & Florin Tudor. Curator: Felix Vogel

Romanian Cultural Institute of Stockholm
Skeppsbron 20
Stockholm, Sweden

Centre for Visual Introspection today


Opening Thursday 2nd of September, 7pm
2nd September – 2nd October 2010
curator: Alina Serban
Event organized within the framework of 1990-2010

Moscow Biennale


Thursday, 24 June, from 19.00h till late
Invitees: Cosmina & Constantin Goagea
Bucharest, French Institute, Elvira Popescu Hall, 77 Dacia blvd.

Chicago-Bucharest Publics, Art and Collaboration


Publics, Art and Collaboration
with Ellen Rothenberg and Delia Popa
workshop: 29 & 30.06.2010 / 10h00 – 17h00
artist talk: 30.06.2010 / 19h00

A collaborative workshop with American artist Ellen Rothenberg and Romanian artist Delia Popa with a focus on public art practices, collaboration, and work with specific communities will take place at MNAC on 29 and 30.06.

American Avant-garde


American Avant-garde. Fifty Years of Architecture: From Modernism to Minimalism

Modernism, latemodernism, postmodernism, deconstruction,  minimalism. 13 American cities – from New York to Los Angeles. 50 years of modern architecture. 60 famous architects – from Louis Kahn and Mies van der Rohe, to Frank Gehry and David Adjaye. 90 outstanding public buildings – from museums and libraries, to churches and research centers. 410 pictures taken directly from the source. Thousands of miles along and across a continent…

„Laborator01. zeppelin” – essential architecture ideas in a relaxed manner


Delivered in book-shops at the beginning of summer holidays and accessible both, for architecture professionals and general public, „laborator01” synthesizes essential ideas expressed on the occasion of Zeppelin meetings and of the interviews taken to their guests (architects, designers, editors and artists). A generous range of aspects concerning buildings, planning, cities, territory, image and development are considered, this publication focusing on alternative approaches.


My Beautiful Dacia


My Beautiful Dacia is a light hearted and humoristic portrayal of the evolution of Romania from Communism to Capitalism, seen through the eyes of its most emblematic symbol, the Dacia automobile. “In our film, we will follow different generations of Romanians – from the old nostalgic to the young entrepreneurs – showing the present transformation of Romanian society. The connecting point between the different stories is always the Dacia car: first, a symbol of the ambitions of Communist technology and now a reflection of the new global economy. ” (Julio Soto si Stefan Constantinescu)

Magic Blocks in Cluj – Scenarios for socialist collective housing estates in Bucharest.


Magic Blocks
Friday, May 14, from 17.00h
Cluj – Cinema Victoria – Bulevardul Eroilor
Speaker: Constantin Goagea

Scenarios for socialist collective housing estates in Bucharest.