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Romeo Niram - Artist

Romeo Niram Blogs

Read blog posts created by Romeo Niram.

Romeo Niram is a Jewish painter born in 1974.   He currently lives in Madrid.   His most important series of paintings are considered to be “Brancusi E=mc2” and “Diary - Eliade – Essay”.   A great many reviews on his work have been published in magazines from Spain, Portugal, Israel, Romania, Germany (Almiar-Margen Cero, Vigo Metropolitano, Azay Art, Raíces, Carta de Sefarad, Diario de Pontevdera, The Magazine of the Association of the Critics of Aragon, Aleph, etc).   In 2008, a thesis on his series “Diary - Eliade – Essay” was held by art critic Begoña Fernández...more
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God s Formula by Dan Caragea

November 6th, 2010

Agero Magazine Translation into English by N.C. In 1508, under the protection of the severe Pope Julius II, Michelangelo (who had begun to sign by that time with the name sculptor, too) started, with confessed difficulty and against his in... 

Niram s Lesson by Dan Caragea

November 6th, 2010

Timpul Magazine English Translation by N.C. "What Mallarm and Joyce did in the field of the Letters, Czanne and the Montparnasse movement in that of Fine Arts, Satie and those from Arcueil in that of Music, Jeanes, Heisenberg and Einste... 

Contemporanul Magazine, Bucharest English Translation by N.C. "The aesthetics of the hyper-spherical Universe will continue to fascinate the spirits for a long time" (Jacques Merleau-Ponty, The Cosmology of the XXth Century) Being only... 

Azay Art Magazine 2010, Spain Romeo Niram has been credited for making great strides for culture through his artwork. Romeo Niram created Niram Art, a fine arts magazine, and received a Trophy for Best Arts Magazine in Portugal in 2007. Due to... 

Niram Art Magazine, Spain In the article "Brancusi E=mc2" - Painting Exhibition at Mac, Lisbon, published in the previous issue of Niram Art Magazine, I underlined Romeo Niram's attempt to bring together two different visions, one in the scient... 

in Azay Art Magazine Translated from Spanish I have always felt a healthy envy regarding art issues: I would like to have a painters eye and not only the eye of the critical spectator. Thus, I might find out all that the artist knows and t... 

Diario de Pontevedra, Spain Translated into English by N.C. Self-portrait. The artist who shows his own image is, to us, the protagonist of a rebirth of his identity. He passes on to the spectator his doubts, quests and desires regarding this sel...