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Phantasmagoria – Art Exhibition in Copenhagen

Art photographer Marius Budu brings his ambitious project, Phantasmagoria – Theatre of Dreams – a surreal exploration of our role in dreams to Rhizom gallery in Copenhagen this June. The image series, exhibited from the 9th until the 22nd of June will be shown alongside a short art film by the same name.

Phantasmagoria is a project analyzing the relationship between the dreamer, dreams and the way we bridge our conscious and unconscious awareness of the self. It asks questions about our role in dreams and the role of dreams in our waking life.

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Exhibiting at The European Festival of Nude Art Photography

This year is shaping up to be very interesting in terms of exhibitions and opportunities for promoting my art. The best news so far was that my series, ‘Phantasmagoria’ was accepted into the 15th edition of The European Festival of Nude Art Photography held in Arles, France. This is the biggest and longest-running festival dedicated to nude art photography in the world and I could not be any happier to be a part of it.

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‘Divergent’ published in ‘The Opera’ Magazine

‘The Opera’ is one of the most beautiful and well curated nude art photography magazines on the market and I have been reading it since it was first launched. I am happy and honored to announce that after sending in my series ‘Divergent’ shot with the wonderful ballerina, Stephanie Sahlgren for consideration, the editor, Mr. Matthias Straub included it in the current issue of the magazine.

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Elysian Fields & Celestial Bodies Solo Exhibition

This has been a busy month as I had two big exhibitions opening one after the other in different countries. As soon as I was done with the opening night for my Twisted Flesh exhibition at the Fine Arts Museum in Timisoara, Romania, I had to fly back to Copenhagen and arrange the final preparations for my Elysian Fields & Celestial Bodies Solo Exhibition opening at Galleri Krebsen.

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Twisted Flesh – my first Solo Museum Exhibition

Twisted Flesh is a project that I worked on for a period of 6 years. From the conceptual phase to final production this has been an absolutely fantastic and self-enriching process. As this project deals with the relationships we have with our own bodies, I learned a lot about people, their stories, mannerisms, idiosyncrasies, strengths and weaknesses. During the process, I also learned a lot about myself as a person and as an artist. I became more empathetic and open minded towards the experiences of others.

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