Filip Mihail

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Born in 1971

2013 The Arts Salon - "The music of primordial elements" - The Parliament Palace, Constantin Brancusi Hall, Bucharest, Romania;

2012 Cotroceni National Museum, group exhibition
2011 Light & Divine Grace, Elite Prof Art Gallery, Bucharest, Romania;
2011 From Venice to Bryce Canyon*, Kron Art Gallery, Brasov, Romania;
2010 The Winter Salon, Sutu Palace, Bucharest, Romania;
2010 The Medieval Art Salon, The Old Court Palace, Bucharest, Romania;
2010 Water Signs, Piliuta Gallery, Bucharest, Romania;
2010 26 Artisti internazionali, Galleria Leonardo, Lanciano (CH), Italy;
2010 Mangia le Prugne, Como, Italy;
2010 Il Fascino dello Piccolo Formato, Florence, Italy;
2010 Salonul Mic Bucuresti, Galeria Galateea;
2009 Exibition - La Mediatheque de Brecey, Brecey, France;
2009 La Pergola Arte a Palazzo Medici-Riccardi - Florence, Italy;
2009 Metaphysical - Transylvania Art Gallery* - Brasov, Romania;
2008 Arte in Movimento, La Pergola Arte - Florence, Italy;
2008 Arte, Filosofia di Vita, La Pergola Arte - Florence, Italy;
2008 Salon de arta - Bucharest, Romania; 2006 Bucharest’s Art Salon, Bucharest, Romania;
2006 I. Andreescu Festival, Buzau, Romania; 2006 Rappresentazioni della Parola*, IRCCU, Venice, Italy;
2005 Il 13 Festival Internazionale dell'Arte Contemporanea, Sanremo, Italy;
2005 Exploring Unseen Forms*, Gates of Eden, Peoria, IL, USA;
2004 Fine Art Biennial, Bucharest, Romania; 2004 Representations of the Word- Galateca Gallery, Bucharest, Romania;
2004 Moldavian Art Salons, Bacau - Kishinev; 2004 Lascar Vorel Festival, Piatra-Neamt; 2004 C. Gavenea watercolor contest, Tulcea, Romania;
2004 The World Shared by Two*, Vernescu Palace, Bucharest, Romania;
2004 Bucharest’s Art Salon, Artis Galerry, Bucharest, Romania;
2003 The 9th Cairo Biennial, the Museum of Modern Art, Cairo, Egypt;
2003 The Fine Art Biennial - Bucharest, Romania;
2002 The International Fair of Visual Arts, organized under the auspices of CNR UNESCO and the European Federation of the UNESCO Associations – The National Theatre Bucharest, Romania;
2002 “Young Art” - World Trade Center, Bucharest, Romania;
2001 The Fine Art Biennial - Bucharest, Romania;
2001 The International Fair of Visual Arts, organized under the auspices of CNR UNESCO and the European Federation of the UNESCO Associations – The National Theatre, Bucharest; Romania;
2000 Bucharest’s Art Salons – “The Signs of Year 2000” – The Institute of Architecture, Bucharest, Romania;
2000 “Nicolae Tonitza” Symposium - Saint Luke Art Foundation, Barlad, Romania;
1999 “Affect and Effect, the ‘99 Eclipse” - Eforie Gallery, Bucharest, Romania;
1999 “Accents” - Painting and Engraving Exhibition - Apollo Gallery, Bucharest, Romania; 1999 “Iosif Iser Engraving Biennial” - Ploiesti, Romania; 1999 “International Art Salon” - Resita, Romania;
1999 “Moldavian Art Salons” - Bacau, Romania / Kishinev, Moldavia Republic;
1999 “International Drawing Exhibition” - The National Gallery, Arad, Romania;
1997 “Lascar Vorel” Symposium - Piatra-Neamt, Romania;
1997 “Moldavian Art Salons,” Bacau, Romania / Kishinev, Moldavia Republic;
1997 “Lucian Grigorescu” Symposium and Young Artists’ Workshop - Constantza Art Museum;
1996 Bucharest’s Municipal Art Biennial; 1995 Young Artists’ Exhibition;
1994 StudentFest ‘94 Timisoara


2006 California State University - Fullerton, graduate program, Drawing/Painting/Printmaking; 1990-1996 The University of Fine Arts, Bucharest, Romania, MA; 1986-1989 Bucharest School of Arts; 1985-1989 “N. Tonitza” Fine Arts High School

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