Archive for October, 2014

Golden Black@NAG Pop Up Gallery

photo by Cătălina Filip

Radu Mocanu Numbering 300000 soldiers in 1989, the Romanian army was being used by the communist state for free agricultural labor, gathering maize, beetroots and potatoes. Students and teachers were also used for this type of work, but on separate fields. The army’s standards were changing and it was slowly […]

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My Revolution

My Revolution

21 December 1989 I’d just arrived back home, after playing outside. It was an ordinary day and the sound of the “manifestation” was something very familiar. The phone rang, I picked up and it was my mom; cool and precise as always, “Ioana, there is something bad going to happen, […]

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