Liviu Mihai

Liviu Mihai

Bucharest, Bucharest, Romania

About Liviu Mihai

"It is undoubtedly the target-audience that confers maturity to an artist, yet a series of structural changes and contributions lie behind. Firstly (and to some extent only) it is all about the subject matter - composition, man as aesthetic existence in that dimension required by art, but it is mostly about the evolution of the subject undergoing pictorial processing. For the contemporary artist, the change is compulsory, easily adaptable to his personal style. Liviu Mihai is a visual artist who primarily subscribes his painting to existentialism. His subject matters do not need flesh impression, as the approach is clear and the message realistic and expressive"


University Of Fine Arts, Bucharest 2004.


Featured in the Saatchi Art 2018 Catalog as one of the top 9 Emerging Artists to Invest In according to Saatchi Art Chief Curator Rebecca Wilson.


2019-Solo show, "Lost Paradise",Mogosoaia Palace Museum.
2018-Solo show "Downloading current memory", Art Yourself Gallery, Bucharest.
2018-Exhibitor at "The Other Art Fair" London
2017-Solo show "Indirect Connection" Arcub Gallery/Bucharest
2017-Solo show "Animalis socialis", ArtYourself Gallery, Bucharest.
2017-Exhibitor at "The Other Art Fair" London
2016-Represented at Art Monaco '16 by ArtYourself Gallery.
2015-Solo show-"On the inside" Literaturhaus Salzburg
2015 - Solo show - "Receptor", Nancy Victor Gallery London
2014 - TIAF 2014, group exhibition, London Rag Factory Gallery
2014 - Oxford International Art Fair 2014 - winner third place OAIF Best Artist
2013 - London calling 013 - selected group exhibition, Factory-Art Gallery London
2013 - Seduction of the Right Angle, group exhibition, Salonul Mic Bucureşti, Bucharest
2011 - African Spirit, individual exhibition, Bucharest
2009 - Orașul (The City), Sala Dalles, Bucharest
2007 - Digital Sign, Den Helder, Netherlands
2004 - Simbioza (Symbiosis), Căminul Artei Gallery, Bucharest
2002 - Gaudeamus Award for Painting - Romexpo Exhibition, Bucharest