Razvan Ion
Since 2002
Works in Bucharest Romania

PORTFOLIO (1)
BIO
Razvan Ion is a visual artist and writer.

He is the editor and founder of artphoto [www.artphoto.ro], international contemporary art magazine dedicated to photography-based work, video art and new media. He also founded, toghether with Eugen Radescu, Nix Theatre Factory a performance-intermedia group [www.nixtheatre.com].

More details www.razvanion.com
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EVENT

artphoto image festival


Dates:
Tue Dec 28, 2004 00:00 - Fri Dec 24, 2004

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May, 27-29, 2005
Bucharest, Romania
for details and the new media lectures please visit
www.artphotofest.com


DISCUSSION

bucharest contemporary art museum


about the contemporary art museum build in ceausescu's house in bucharest
http://www.e-cart.ro/4/vladimir/uk/gri/vladimir_g.html

EVENT

artphoto | new issue


Dates:
Sun Jun 27, 2004 00:00 - Mon Jun 28, 2004

::: artphoto _ international contemporary art magazine _ ::

ISSUE NO. 5
(on market from 5th July)
[Full color, 152 pages, 22.5 x 28.5 cm]
cover: Isaac Julien, Baltimore.

FROM THE CONTENTS
english

Editorial: New Media as Remix Culture by Lev Manovich

The Game of Love and Chance: A Discussion With Paul Virilio by Jerome Sans

Video: The Access Media by Tetsuo Kogawa

A Universal System for Depicting Everything a discussion between Ilya Kabakov and Boris Groys

Secret Pictures by Geoffrey Batchen

Portfolios : Erwin Wurm, Isaac Julien, Annika Larsson,
Sue de Beer, Larry Sultan, Ryan McGinley, Feng Mengbo,
Ken Goldberg, Eugen Radescu, Brody Condon, Razvan Ion.

Edition for artphoto: Razvan Ion

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Subscription for 4 issues :
64 EUR/Europe; 80 USD/USA
600.000 ROL/ Romania
Full color, 152 pages, 22.5 x 28.5 cm, ISSN 1583-5227

FROM THE CONTENT OF ONLINE ISSUE
(english/romanian)

VIDEO Video: The Access Media by Tetsuo Kogawa

CRITICS Andreas Muller-Pohle | codeZone by Eugen Radescu

PORTFOLIOS Selection from portfolios published in the past issues of printed edition: Andres Serrano, Wolfgang Tillmans., Tim White, Micheal Najjar, AES+ F, John Goto, Erwin Wurm, Isaac Julien, Annika Larsson, Sue de Beer, Larry Sultan, Ryan McGinley, Feng Mengbo, Ken Goldberg, Eugen Radescu, Brody Condon, Andrei Calangiu and more

LINKS New updated links page

IN ISSUE NO. 6 (January 2005)
(english/romanian)

Curatorial talk between Zsolt Petranyi, Judit Angel and Dana Altman.

PORTFOLIOS Allan Sekula, Martin Parr, Alec Soth, Nicolai Howalt and much more.

QUOTES ABOUT ARTPHOTO

“Quite superb.”

Arthur Kroker, media theoretician, editor Ctheory, professor at Concordia University, Canada

“arphoto_is_just_great”

Lev Manovich, new media theoretician, author of “The Language of New Media”, professor at University of California, USA

“We need more magazines like artphoto: welcome to Europe!”

Andreas Muller-Pohle, artist, publisher,editor of European Photography, Berlin, Germany

“A hip, knowing and insightful C21 magazine from the new Europe.”

John Goto, artist, professor at University of Derby, United Kingdom

WHERE CAN YOU BUY ARTPHOTO

USA New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York http://www.newmuseum.org
AUSTRALIA Selectair | list of shops at http://www.selectair.com.au
EUROPE Bookstorming http://www.bookstorming.com
ROMANIA Humanitas & Noi Bookshops
WORLD WIDE SUBSCRIPTIONS Ebsco http://www.ebsco.com & Amazon http://www.amazon.com

CONTACT FOR INFORMATIONS & ADVERTISING
Bucharest, +4 0723033330
New York, +1 917-667-2776 / 212-740-9522
email: artphoto@pcnet.ro

Team of artphoto
editor & publisher: Razvan Ion
co-editor & co-publisher: Eugen Radescu
co-editor: Dana Altman
board: Dana Altman, Vladimir Bulat, Cristian Crisbasan, Razvan Ion, Eugen Radescu
contributors: Andreas Muler-Pohle (Berlin), Arthur Kroker (Montreal), Lev Manovich (San Diego),
Boris Groys (Koln), Jerome Sans (Paris),Tetsuo Kogawa (Tokio), Mark Durden (London), Dana Altman (New York), Glen Helfand (San Francisco), Lizzy Le Quesne (Prague), Rebecca Cannon (Sidney), Feng Mengbo (Beijing), Sabine Rusterholz (Zurich), Stephen Hilger (New York), Glen Helfand (San Francisco),
Vladimir Bulat (Bucharest)
translations: Carmen Ardelean
marketing & advertising consultant: Lucian Georgescu

Upgrade of the on-line edition by Andrei Iancu


OPPORTUNITY

Looking for support


Deadline:
Tue Oct 01, 2002 00:00

Romanian visual artist (background available on community directory)looking for support in a project related on multicultural identities. The project will be held in New York and Bucharest. For details and project plan please contact right@xnet.ro