Dragos Alexandrescu is a Romanian visual artist, based in Ostrobothnia, Finland, since 2007. Most of his art practice is a form of interrogation of the present where his fictional narrative stories, based on real socio- economic facts, try to (re)produce an emotional rather than rational response of the audience regarding the information presented. Each image is presenting aspects of life, mostly related with the period of economical and identity crisis which Europe is confronting lately.



2003-2005 MFA ”George Enescu” Faculty of Visual Arts, Iasi, Romania 1999-2003 BFA ”George Enescu” Faculty of Visual Arts, Iasi, Romania

Selected exhibitions:

2021 When in Doubt, Go to a Museum, City Museum of Ljubljana, Slovenia 2020 Crossroads, Victoria Gallery, Iasi, Romania
2020 By Nature, Kuntsi Museum of Modern Art, Vaasa, Finland
2019-2020 Love. Hate. Debate. ING Art Center Brussels

2018 BAYWATCH, KVOST, Berlin, Germany
2018 DOUBLE HEADS MATCHES, New Budapest Gallery, Hungary
2018, Uprising tremor: anticipation. contemplation. Destructive patterns, Borderline Gallery, Iasi, RO.
2017 Social Narrative Scenarios, HUUTO gallery PIKKUJÄTKÄ, Helsinki, Finland
2017 Ways of using Absence, Calpe Gallery, Timisoara, Romania
2016 ‘In Times of Hope and Unrest’, National Museum of Contemporary Art, Bucharest, RO
2015 L’Alternativa Independent Film Festival, Barcelona, Spain
2015 ‘On Demand 3’ video exhibition, Tegenboschvanvreden
Gallery, Amsterdam, Netherlands
2015 ‘Few Were Happy With Their Condition’ Motorenhalle, Dresden, Germany
2015 ‘Appearance & Essence’ Contemporary Art Encounters, Timisoara, RO 2015, Objekti, Espoo, Finland
2015, LOOP Art Fair, Barcelona, Spain (video work screened by Gallery Taik Persons, Berlin)
2015 Between Democracies 1989-2014, Johannesburg, South Africa


2017 invited curator for three solo exhibitions in Vita Kuben Gallery, Umeå, Sweden
Artists: Basma AlSharif(USA), Dan Acostioaei(RO), Marcus Lerviks(FI)

Website: https://dragos-alexandrescu-artworks.squarespace.com/about