Traian Duta

the artist and his sculpture

Artistic activity:

1985: The special prise of Arges magazine
1990-1986 President of the visual artists from Curtea de Arges
1986 Profesional camp-Poland
1987 Group Exhibition- Hanul cu tei- Bucharest
1990-1994 President of UAP Pitesti
1990 Personal exhibition- France
1991 Personal Exhibition- France
1992 Personal exhibition- France
1994 Personal Exhibition- Italy
1995 Personal exhibition- France
2004 International exhibition- France
2006 Group exhibition „Artis Gallery”, Bucharest
2007 The national Art Show Room, Bucharest
2008 Personal exhibition San Francisco, California, USA
2009 Personal exhibition Cultural Center of MAI- Bucharest
2009 Artist of 2009 Newspaper, Curtea de Arges
2015 International Art Camp Marktrodach, Germany
2016 Group Exhibition „Ambivalenta PLastica”, orizont Art Gallery Bucharest
2018 International Group exhibition, Alba Iulia
2018 Group exhibition „PRO Brancusi”, CJCPCT, Targu Jiu

Frida deconstructed
Materials: bronze

„The characters shaped by Traian Duta, inspired by literature, prove his orientation towards expressionist distortions, caricature details which give to his sculptures a true artistic value” Simona Burlan Arts Critic Art Magazine no. 1986/6

„Cantul nimfelor”
Materials: bronze

Well known all over the world for his valuable works of bronze, as well as for his paintings, the artist Traian Duta continues to surprise the public with monumental works. According to other dimensions, Traian Duta’s work is conceived as an energy seed, full of brightness, as the perfect harmony between volume and surface, technique and sensibility, the esthetical impact and the material side of the monument. At the same time, Traian Duta’s is a strong expression of the identity of the place.

Transcendentis mundi
Materials: bronze
„A town like the Royal Fortress Curtea de Arges- has the right to fashion his own identity. And this monument designed and made by Traian Duta comes to fulfill the image of Curtea de Arges, a town covered with history and deep meanings.” Art critic- Diana Popescu