exhibitions and installations

”The Apocalypse of the White Elephant”, The Garrison Commend, Timisoara, Romania, 5th of August 2021 - 5th of September 2021

”Heartbeat 20/Puls 20”- New Entries in the National Museum of Contemporary Art of Romania, Kunsthalle Bega, Timisoara, Romania, 14th of May 2021 - 11th of July 2021

”After 12 Years. Artistic Production in Romania in 180 Works”, National Museum of Contemporary Art of Romania, MNAC, Bucharest, 11th of December 2020 - 11th of April 2021

This exhibition showcases 180 works by 100 contemporary Romanian artists that were acquired by the museum after the last acquisition in 2008, spanning the production time frame of 1970-2020. Two of my works were also purchased and are shown in the exhibition. More here

”Back to the Future- A Commemorative Exhibition for Architect Ion Popa”, Romanian Architects' Union, Bucharest, Romania 22nd of October- 12th of November 2020

Artists: Ion Popa, Vlad Calboreanu, Delia Popa, Claire Murgan, Design & Pedagogy students, organized by ArtCrowd- Artists in Education, exhibition design Vanda Maria Sturdza, co-funded by AFCN

”Europa Wonderland”, Garrison Commend, Timisoara, Romania, 13th of October- 13th of November 2020

Artists: Matei Bejenaru, Catalin Burcea, Delia Calinescu (Zoita), Cosmin Haias, Delia Popa, Decebal Scriba, Valeriu Schiau, curated by Olivia Nitis, in conjunction with "Bodyspace: Citizenship and Territories", organized by Contrasens Association, co-funded by AFCN

”Contemporary Art Biennials – Our Hegemonic Machines in States of Emergency”, online Symposium, BB9, 27th - 28th of June 2020

Artistic Interventions by: Delia Popa, minim (Diana Dulgheru), Roma Jam Session art Kollektiv

curated by Dorothee Richter and Ronald Kolb, Conference alongside the 9th Bucharest Biennale, Goethe Institut Bucharest.

GARAGE SALE/[The Great Romania - China Friendship Cafeteria], Sandwich Gallery, Bucharest, 22st of June- 6th of September 2019

Artists: Vlad Basalici, Liliana Basarab, Geta Brătescu, Na Buqi, Alexandra Croitoru, Wu Di, Sun Han, Ma Jianfeng, T.K.L., Peng Lu, Zhang Miao, Alexandru Niculescu, Jin Ningning, Daniela Palimariu, Wang Peng, Dan Perjovschi, Delia Popa, Yao Qingmei, Cristian Raduta, Dan Vezentan, Tan Yingjie, Liu Yue, Xin Yunpeng

The Beach (An Erotic Fantasy), GrawBöckler Garage, Berlin, Germany, 13th of June 2019

Delia Popa, Solo Exhibition at GrawBoeckler, Berlin, Germany

13th of June 2019, curated by GrawBoeckler, part of Berlin Traveling Artists program, generously supported by Bezirksamt Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg.

 "Monument to the Unknown Nurse" in Artists React to WAR Exhibition, WASP Studios, Bucharest, Romania, 21st of December- 15th of December 2018

Artists: Delia Popa, Aurora Kiraly, Valeriu Schiau, Vasile Rata, Sorin Oncu

Curated by Olivia Nitis,WASP/Working Art Space and Production, Bucharest and several high schools across Romania, 21st of November-15th of December 2018, part of War in Images project, supported by AFCN

The Girl with Tentacles, Sandwich Gallery, Bucharest, Romania, 2017

Delia Popa, Solo Exhibition at Sandwich Gallery, Bucharest

29th of June - 21st of September 2017

Girls with Ideas [Boys and Painting], Paintbrush Factory, Cluj, Romania, 2016

Artists: Aurora Kiraly, Liliana Basarab, Ioana Gheorghiu, Delia Popa, Raluca Popa

Curated by Giles Eldridge and Delia Popa, Exhibition at Lateral ArtSpace, Paintbrush Factory, Cluj, Romania

Roundtables at Paintbrush Factory, Cluj and at ODD, Bucharest, Romania

10th of June - 30th of June 2016

A Project of ArtCrowd- Artists in Education, supported by AFCN

"Almost Said and Half Done" in Art on Display #2, Bucharest Public Space, 15th- 25th of October 2015

 ART ON DISPLAY #2, was a series of site-specific projects in unconventional Bucharest spaces, visually animating the city from October 15th to October 25th, 2015.

Artists: Larisa David, Arantxa Etcheverria, Liliana Basarab & Delia Popa, Gonzalo Escobar, Kiki Mihuta & Bogdan Olaru, Jon Dean, Octav Avramescu & Lucian Sandu Milea, Ioana Gheorghiu, Sillyconductor, Carmen Nistor. Curated by Irina Botea Bucan

"Growing Up and Staying Young - Tales of Heidi", Haus zum Palmbaum, Zurich, Switzerland, 2015