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RADU MANELICI

Who's who / 28 Apr 2015 / RDW team
  • RADU MANELICI2017 // Art in Romania between 1945–2000.
  • RADU MANELICI2017 // Art in Romania between 1945–2000.
  • RADU MANELICI2017 // Art in Romania between 1945–2000.
  • RADU MANELICI2017 // Art in Romania between 1945–2000.
  • RADU MANELICI2017 // Art in Romania between 1945–2000.
  • RADU MANELICI2017 // Oina
  • RADU MANELICI2017 // Oina
  • RADU MANELICI2017 // Oina
  • RADU MANELICI2017 // Oina
  • RADU MANELICI2017 // Stefan Sava—Artist Book
  • RADU MANELICI2017 // Oina
  • RADU MANELICI2017 // Stefan Sava—Artist Book
  • RADU MANELICI2017 // Stefan Sava—Artist Book
  • RADU MANELICI2017 // Stefan Sava—Artist Book
  • RADU MANELICI2017 // Stefan Sava—Artist Book
  • RADU MANELICI2016 // RO_Archive: An Archive of Romania in Times of Transition
  • RADU MANELICI2016 // RO_Archive: An Archive of Romania in Times of Transition
  • RADU MANELICI2016 // Rabbits and Satellites: Stories about Recoveries and Recompositions
  • RADU MANELICI2016 // Rabbits and Satellites: Stories about Recoveries and Recompositions
  • RADU MANELICI2015 // Brief – 99 de chestii pe care aș fi vrut să le știu când am intrat în publicitate
  • RADU MANELICI2015 // Dear Money
  • RADU MANELICI2015 // Dear Money
  • RADU MANELICI2015 // Ioana Nemeș - Artist Book
  • RADU MANELICI2015 // Ioana Nemeș - Artist Book
  • RADU MANELICI2015 // Ioana Nemeș - Artist Book
  • RADU MANELICI2105 // Enchanting Views – Romanian Black Sea Tourism Planning and Architecture of the 1960s and 70s
  • RADU MANELICI2105 // Enchanting Views – Romanian Black Sea Tourism Planning and Architecture of the 1960s and 70s
  • RADU MANELICI2015 // Brief – 99 de chestii pe care aș fi vrut să le știu când am intrat în publicitate
  • RADU MANELICI2013 // Mix of illustrations
  • RADU MANELICI2013 // Mix of illustrations
  • RADU MANELICI2013 // Mix of illustrations
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HISTORY
Radu Manelici is a 29 years old Romanian designer working at the intersection of multiple fields, with a keen interest in the processes behind visual language. Radu graduated from the National University of Arts in Bucharest, Graphic Design section, in 2008, where he now teaches and is enrolled as a PhD student.

SPECIFIC

His activity so far has spread across many branches of design (product, scenography, graphic design and typedesign). His work generally exhibits his appeal for systems and grids which he uses to build designs and order content in general.

FIND OUT MORE ABOUT RADU MANELICI IN THIS VIDEO


ROMANIAN DESIGN WEEK APPEARANCES

2017 // Art in Romania between 1945–2000. An Analysis and a Reassessment from a Present-day Perspective
This collection of essays is the result of a research program organized an hosted by New Europe College—Institute for Advanced Study, and supported by the Getty Foundation. A proposal meant to be understood as a staring point for an open?ended project, it is a product of the self?perception of the field of the visual in Romania, realized in Romania, and determined, therefore, by a specific historic, economic and cultural context, for which it is all the more typical since it is the result of a collective effort.

Coordinators: Calin Dan, Iosif Király, Anca Oroveanu, Magda Radu
Authors: Madalina Brasoveanu, Irina Carabas, Adriana Copaciu, Mirela Duculescu, Simona Dumitriu, Celia Ghyka, Bogdan Iacob, Cristian Nae, Olivia Nitis, Adriana Oprea, Veda Popovici, Magda Predescu, Magda Radu, Mara Ratiu, Irina Tulbure
Proofreading: Lavinia Ivascu
Design: Radu Manelici (Faber Studio)
DTP: Ioan Olteanu
Production: Fabrik
Published by: Fundatia Noua Europa, Bucuresti/Editura UNArte, Bucuresti/MNAC, Bucuresti

2017 // Oina
Have you ever wondered whether there is still a sport that has escaped commodification? How would the world of that sport, still to be found in its pristine condition, look like? This book is an answer to such questions. It documents the world of oina, ultimately a little known game, although it is the national sport of Romania. Oina precariously clings to existence, surviving only due to a group of aficionados, who play it not for fame or money—because it doesn’t bring any—but just for the sake of it. This photo?essay is the visual record of this exceptional phenomenon.

Photographs, texts: Bogdan Boghitoi, Sorin Vidis
Design: Radu Manelici
DTP: Aurelian Ardeleanu
Production: Imprimeria Arta Grafica

2017 // Stefan Sava—Artist Book
Stefan Sava—Artist Book is the first publication to gather and convey Stefan Sava’s artistic endeavour from its inception to present day. Conceived by the artist according to his own (self)representational choosing, the structure of the book closely follows the logic of his complex projects, which succeed coherently in time and materialise in space into temporary exhibitions. The many dimensions of these transient experiences—concept, discourse, image, thing, space, time—benefit from the most well?suited archiving and presentation inside an artist book, which functions both as artistic documentation and artwork in itself. (Diana Ursan)

Editor: Diana Ursan
Author: Stefan Sava
Essay: Kate Sutton
Translations: Alistair Ian Blyth, Ciprian ?iulea, Diana Ursan
Proofreading: Cristina Bogdan, Diana Ursan
Design: Radu Manelici (Faber Studio)
DTP: Aurelian Ardeleanu
Printed at: Fabrik
Published by: Ivan Gallery

2016 // RO_Archive: An Archive of Romania in Times of Transition
RO_Archive is an on-going investigation into the recuperation and valorisation of recent memory, set underway in 2007 by a team of young artists and theorists.
As its primary aim, the artistic research set out to [de]construct the image of a Romania recently integrated into the European Union and to expose the indifference towards the proliferation in the media of representations of uncertain artistic and documentary value. In a period in which the conjunction between truth and aesthetic value is being rethought, RO_Archive disassociates itself from the derisory spectacle of media representations dominated by cliché.

2016 // Rabbits and Satellites: Stories about Recoveries and Recompositions
Justin Baroncea and his colleagues gathered vinyls, radiator elements, metal cabinets, camera lenses, jars and milk boxes, pieces of vanished buildings, skis, drawing boards and recomposed them in over a hundred lamps, tables, chairs and benches. Those initial objects are the main characters of the book. They all brought their own histories but also their potential to transform and to become part of new projects, that do not cancel the original story, but help it grow.

2015 // Brief – 99 de chestii pe care aș fi vrut să le știu când am intrat în publicitate
What is most important regarding this book: I hope it to be useful to those who are (still) looking for their way.
 
2015 // Ioana Nemeș - Artist Book
This book is dedicated to Ioana Nemeș, in token of our friendship and admiration for the manner in which she understood to translate in her artistic practice the fragile and often conflicting threshold between inner reality and daily reality, between the personal and the abstract, between language and representation. Even after Ioana was no longer among us, we continued to take the same stance with respect to her personality and way of being, to her disciplined and genuine manner of supervising the materialization of her ideas, of conferring matter to subjective time.

2105 // Enchanting Views – Romanian Black Sea Tourism Planning and Architecture of the 1960s and 70s
This book provides a first critical survey of the extraordinary situation held by the Romanian Black Sea Coast project in the architectural practice of the 1960s and 70s. The assemblage of essays and photographs guides the reader through a trans-disciplinary analysis of the modernity of the Romanian seaside, examining in a methodical and nuanced way the distinctive character of the development plan. Bringing into play new theoretical perspectives and documents in order to renegotiate the numerous and complex dimensions of leisure architecture, the term representation becomes this anthology’s “vanishing point.”

2015 // Dear Money
The Dear Money project was inspired by a work of artist Marina Albu and consists of forty contributions submitted by artists with whom the curatorial programme Salonul de proiecte had worked until 2013. The works tackle the relationship between art and money from various angles, through the perspective of some of the most relevant Romanian artists working today. The project also provides the opportunity to look back on Salonul de proiecte’s activity, a program that functions within The National Museum of Contemporary Art, Bucharest.

2013 // Mix of illustrations, type and lettering