2 edition of Aurel Cojan found in the catalog.
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Around 1960, due to a relative opening of the regime, Cojan was able to participate in several exhibitions abroad. Despite the recognition and permanent state acquisition, the artist decided to leave Romania. Despite the recognition and permanent state acquisition, the artist decided to leave Romania.
" Career Cojan held one-man exhibitions at the Hassefer Gallery, as well as in the halls of the Romanian Atheneum between 1945 and 1947. Around 1960, due to a relative opening of the regime, Cojan was able to participate in several exhibitions abroad.
In the late 1970s and early 1980s, Aurel Cojan participated in the exhibitions organized at the Charles Chevalier Gallery, Raph Gallery, Jacques Barbier Gallery and Francois Mitaine Gallery in Paris.
Manuel Jover: "Cojan is a painter who it is impossible to Aurel Cojan, both figurative and abstract at Aurel Cojan same time, partly linked to the School of Paris, partly engaged in a quest for a pictorial freedom whose sparks, lashings-out, and dry viciousness or veiled melancholy are not easily forgotten. Perhaps we should rather accuse our eye of not knowing how to decipher them in their ghost-like forms.
Thus I remember a painting that the old painter brought along, with the vague title of Colored Interior, that was renamed in his presence, with his amused consent, under the more evocative title of A Sunday at the Countryside. This collaboration led to numerous solo exhibitions in 1998, 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007 and the publishing of books about the artist. In 1978 Cojan was noticed by Dany Block during his show at the Modern Art Museum of Paris.
Excludes: Canada, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Republic of, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Australia. 1969 Settles in Paris where the artist is to live until his death. Aurel Cojan was a Romanian-born French abstract painter. Then, for a period of fifteen years, all exhibitions are forbidden to him.
But as Cojan said later, his studies there did him "more harm Aurel Cojan good. In 1995 the artist organized his one-man exhibition at the Barbier-Beltz Gallery.
In 1983 he was granted the award Chevalier des Arts et Lettres from the French Ministry of Culture.
Background Cojan was born in Beceni, Buzau, Romania, on March 3, 1914, to a well-to-do family which finally lost everything.
For instance, in 1966 he received the Painting Prize from the Union of Artists.