Cezara Kolesnik

Cezara Kolesnik's work connects to childhood, fairy tales, and symbols; crafting a bridge that everyone can cross. She creates a space of chromatic freedom from which buried memories can surge, allowing us to step across this fragile “bridge of souvenirs”. The main technique of Cezara's work is oil on canvas. The artist also likes to experiment with new techniques like wood, glass, and paper.​

Education

Master of Arts from the Paris-Sorbonne University, Paris, France

 

Exhibitions

2016 - Summer Art @  The Domain, Manama, Bahrain
2015 - Moldavie, mon amour, Cultural project, Bordeaux, France
2015 - Arc Cultural Center, Brussels, Belgium
2015 - Zinnema Cultural Center, Brussels, Belgium
2015 - Arthis Cultural Center, Brussels, Belgium
2015 - Artisan Art Salon, Brussels Belgium
2014 – Dream land, European Commission, Brussels, Belgium
2013 - Artimundo Gallery, Brussels, Belgium
2013 - Space Pierre Cardin, Paris, France
2013 - Accessible Art Fair, Brussels, Belgium
2012 - Pyrin Gallery, Bulgaria
2012 - Cercle de Lorraine, Brussels, Belgium
2011 - European Commission, Luxembourg
2011 - European Commission, Brussels
2010 - Gallery Arnavutköy, Istanbul Turkey
2010 - Gallery Bogoridi, Bugars Bulgaria

2010 - Gallery City Hotel, Pleven, Bulgaria
2009 - Salon du Dessin Peinture, Grand Palais Paris France
2009 - Images and symbols, Romanian-German Cultural Center, Romania
2009 - Le Jeune Salon de Création Contemporaine, Paris France
2009 - International Festival of Contemporary Art, Bulgaria
2009 - Art & Heritage Romania, UNESCO project, Romania
2009 - National Philatelic Museum, National History Museum, Bucharest, Romania
2009 - National Agency for Francophonie, Paris, France
2008 - Artothèque of St Maur, Paris, France
2007 - Gavart Gallery, Paris France
2006 - Maison des Initiatives étudiantes Paris France
2004 - Gallery “n9uf”, Dijon, France
2003 - Gallery XXS, Dijon, France
2002 - Fondation Plein Soleil, Lausanne, Switzerland
2002 - Caveau des Artistes, Saint Claude
2001 - La Galerie, Lons le Saunier France
2000 - MJC Arbois France
1999 - House of Books "Metropolitan P.Movila", Chisinau, Moldova
1999 - Chisinau City Hall, Moldova