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ABOUT THE ARTIST
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LAVINIA DIMA
Visual Artist | Romania

Lavinia Dima (b. 1957) Visual artist. Graduate of the "N. Grigorescu" Institute of Fine Arts in Bucharest, specializing in Scenography. Member of the Union of Visual Artists in Romania, Bucharest Branch, specialization scenography. 


Participation in numerous personal and group exhibitions with various themes: graphics, painting, scenography, clothing design. As a set designer, she signs sets and costumes for shows in Sfântu Gheorghe, Brăila, Bucharest. Signs illustrations for textbook, volume of lyrics, children's books (about 40) and book cover in hundreds of volumes, for Teora, Scripta, M.A.I. and so on 

She also had significant contributions in journalism, as editor-in-chief and designer at Betta magazine, columns dedicated to the newspaper Azi, etc.

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Artist Statement

Lavinia Dima (b. 1957) Visual artist. Graduate of the "N. Grigorescu" Institute of Fine Arts in Bucharest, specializing in Scenography. Member of the Union of Visual Artists in Romania, Bucharest Branch, specialization scenography. 


Participation in numerous personal and group exhibitions with various themes: graphics, painting, scenography, clothing design. As a set designer, she signs sets and costumes for shows in Sfântu Gheorghe, Brăila, Bucharest. Signs illustrations for textbook, volume of lyrics, children's books (about 40) and book cover in hundreds of volumes, for Teora, Scripta, M.A.I. and so on 

She also had significant contributions in journalism, as editor-in-chief and designer at Betta magazine, columns dedicated to the newspaper Azi, etc.

Two excerpts from theatrical chronicles bear witness to Lavinia Dima's activity:


"Lavinia Dima, the creator of the sets and costumes in the dramas of Paul Everac and Tudor Popescu, in the comedies of Scribe and Goldoni and the costs of the Chekhov show, demonstrates in everything to work an excellent sense of chromatics and dramatic functions of scenography."

ILEANA BERLOGEA, historian, teacher and theater critic


"A pleasant surprise is this Lavinia Dima who dressed my song with a very modern delicacy ..."
PAUL EVERAC, playwright, prose writer, essayist