Impressive glass sculptures, made by Ioan Nemțoi, exhibited at the Carriage Museum in Lisbon

The "NEMȚOI" exhibition, organized by the Romanian Embassy in the Portuguese Republic, the Romanian Cultural Institute in Lisbon, the Portuguese Ministry of Culture, the General Directorate of Portuguese Cultural Heritage (DGPC) and the National Museum of Carriages (...) includes 61 glass sculptures by the artist Ioan Nemțoi.(…) The impressive glass objects will be inserted, according to a curatorial decree signed by him, among the museum's permanent exhibits. "Oscillating between fragility and resistance over time, between liquid and solid state, glass is a matter full of contradictions, this very versatility being...

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Analyzing the bottle is like tasting a fine strength, with tactile, optical and sound virtues

World-class artist, Ioan Nemţoi is one of the best-rated creators of the moment, appreciated both for his fantastic fantasy and for his impeccable technique. The transparency of the glass is used by him to highlight the valences of a wonderful visual reality, in which the primordial elements of the universe, water, air, fire, earth, become accomplices of the aesthetic act. From sand, water and fire, he creates stable, albeit fragile, colorful forms. The play of shapes, colors, mystery and transparencies seduces the viewer. Always in competition with the great names of glass...

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Ioan Nemtoi – Perfection in Glass

As a Romanian, it's almost impossible not to know Ioan Nemtoi... articles in many magazines, TV shows, two galleries in the center of Bucharest... as an art lover, it's really impossible, his art is famous everywhere... what else can I say? … Working as a resident in the "Carol Davila" Hospital, I had the privilege of passing by the Nemtoi Gallery on Calea Victoriei (Bucharest) every day, checking out the gallery many times. One day, I found Ioan Nemtoi there, very kind to explain his work... I thought I knew a lot about Ioan Nemtoi,...

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Ioan Nemtoi - Signs - National Museum of Romanian Literature

Ioan Nemtoi – Signs – National Museum of Romanian Literature

Ioan Nemțoi is famous for the original chromatics of his glass sculptures, for his courage and ambition to model monumental structures and forms from incandescent glass, forms closer to sculpture than to blown glass. Some of his major exhibitions are: My Extravaganza (installation and sound and light effect), Gallery@oxo, Oxo Tower Wharf,  Bargehouse, London; Nemțoi at McLaren, at the McLaren headquarters, designed by renowned architect Norman Foster; Who's Afraid of Glass?, at the Museo Civico, Bassano del Grappa, Italy; NEMȚOI,...

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Ioan Nemtoi – the first Romanian artist to open a gallery in New York

The objects created at Dorohoi are sold in the gallery located in the Soho district, one of the most cosmopolitan of Manhattan, and the inaugural event enjoyed the presence of several personalities of the New York cultural and artistic world. Important art collectors, actors, media representatives participated among the guests. The gallery presents both art objects, installations, sculpture, and decorative art, all bearing the signature of Ioan Nemtoi. The objects are entirely created in Romania, in our own workshop in Dorohoi.  "It's not easy to work with glass. What at...

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