“Enchanting Views – Europalia Romania” at CIVA Brussels

Planning and architecture of Romanian Black Sea tourism in the 1960s and 1970s – This exhibition explores the history of the built environment in socialist Romania and the importance acquired by the architectural development of tourism on the Black Sea coast in from the 1960s and 1970s.


Nicu Ilfoveanu. Eforie Nord. From the Series Littoral 2013–2014. Courtesy PEPLUSPATRU Association and curators


Enchanting Views offers a new interpretation of the visual and symbolic identity of the Romanian Black Sea coast, placing architecture at the center of a specific visual culture, essential for understanding local tourism policies and experiences of modernity.


“Enchanting Views – Europalia Romania”
17 January – 8 March, 2020
CIVA Brussels
Rue de l’Ermitage Kluis 55, Brussels


The structure of the exhibition is more concerned with the process of visualizing architecture, asking questions about the practices of representation and contextualization of the architectural object. As well as the implications it had for the formation of individual and collective memory as a reflection of the fundamental values ​​of socialist society.


© PEPLUSPATRU Association and curators


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