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Visit the Un-hidden Romania street art exhibition

Un-hidden Romania street art exhibition at Lente 2023

Between 15 – 21 May 2023, Un-hidden Romania invites you to visit outstanding examples of street art in the exhibition, catalogue, map, and join a new guided tour.

Street art exhibition

Venue: Lente (Dionisie Lupu 78), Bucharest

Date: 15 – 21 May 2023

The Un-hidden Romania exhibition is composed of two distinct areas and features photographs of works by local artists alongside original works.

Outside the Lente urban living room, you will be able to discover a series of panels, visible from the public space, presenting cultural products made by Un-hidden Romania, together with SANDi and Oana, Pisica Pătrată, Ortaku and Toybox, Wanda Hutira, Bea Hopes and Bucurie, Maria Bălan and Dragutesku, Alexa Lincu and Xandru, Andrei Felea, Mister Thoms, as part of the multi-year programme of urban regeneration through art.

Inside, both on the ground floor and upstairs, you will find original works painted by Aeul, Coon One, Homeboy LDJ, Iluc, Irlo, iZZY iZVNE, John Dot S, Krips, Maria Bălan, Nesk, OhBoy, Ortaku, Pandele, Pasr, Pulsar Sinaps, Robert Obert, Serebe, Toybox and Viață.

Catalogue launch and street art map

Venue: Lente (Dionisie Lupu 78), Bucharest

Date: 18 May 2023, 8:00 PM

You are invited to browse a new urban art catalogue and access the Un-hidden Romania digital map to find new destinations for urban explorations.

Guided street art tour


Date: 18 May 2023, 5:00 PM

Learn the stories of Bucharest’s newest street art and of places forgotten by time but whose story can continue through art and civic engagement. A different kind of tour, led by Elena, the Open Doors – Travel Outside the Box guide, about how the past has a future through actions and decisions in the present.

Participation is free, and the registration form can be filled in below.

Tour registrations are closed

Follow the Un-hidden Romania programme:

The cultural programme is produced by Save or Cancel (Cristina Popa, Andrei Racovițan) through and co-financed by AFCN.

The programme does not necessarily represent the position of The Administration of the National Cultural Fund. AFCN is not responsible for the content of the application or the way the program results can be used. These are entirely the responsibility of the beneficiary of the funding.

Media Partners: Igloo, Zeppelin, The Institute, IQads, Revista Atelierul, La pas prin Brașov, Litera 9, Romania Pozitivă, Book Hub, Teen Press, Revista Golan, Modernism, Agenția de Carte, Propagarta

Partners: Bucharest Metropolitan Library, National Museum of Contemporary Art, Romexpo, Special Secondary School No. 9, Bucharest Metropolitan Library, Faculty of Sociology and Social Work, Lente, National Highschool of Arts “Queen Mary”, Artipic Association, Lagom Hotel

About Save or Cancel

Since 2009, Save or Cancel has been a medium for the communication and propagation of arts and culture, promoting and facilitating their role in contemporary society.

Save or Cancel’s self-initiated multidisciplinary programs aim to identify sustainable and adaptable opportunities to (re)enhance the existing through architectural, cultural and publishing projects.