Daniela Morariu

daniela morariu

Artworks by Daniela Morariu

Profile & Artwork

Daniela Morariu was born in 1967 in Vrsac, Serbia. She graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Novi Sad, Department of Graphics in 1991. Daniela is a member of Association of Fine Artists of Serbia (ULUS) and Association of Fine Artists of Vojvodina (ULUV).

Daniela lives in Vrsac and, as an independent artist, creates in the Art Studio “Morariu”.

Awards & Distinctions

1999. Pisa, Italy – Accademia d’arte di Pisa – Centro esposizioni Pisa arte – 1. biennale internazionale di mini grafica e pittura “Pisa 1999”- Commendation
2000. Pisa, Italy – Accademia d’arte di Pisa- Centro esposizioni Pisa arte- 2. mostra di mini grafica e pittura “Pisa 2000” – semi-finals award
2009. Sabac, Serbia – 16th Exhibition of Drawings – 1st prize
2010. Sabac, Serbia – Traditional 14th exhibition of small formats – 1st prize
2016. Tekirdag, Turkey – Kemal University, Faculty of Fine Art, Design and Arhitecture – 1st international mail art biennal – special award
2016. Balaton, Hungary – Balaton Szalon – special prize

Exhibitions

SOLO

1993. Vrsac, Serbia – KOV Gallery
1997. Novi Sad, Serbia – SULUV Gallery
1997. Belgrade – “Paleta” Gallery
1998. Apatin, Serbia – “Meander” Gallery
1998. Sombor, Serbia – Gallery of Cultural Center “Laza Kostic”
1998. Kragujevac, Serbia – Little Fine Arts Salon
1999. Belgrade – Kolarac Foundation Gallery
2000. Resita, Romania – “Agora” Gallery
2003. Novi Sad, Serbia – ULUV Gallery
2003. Becej, Serbia – “Krug” Gallery
2008. Ruma, Serbia – Native Museum
2009. Sombor, Serbia – “Likovna jesen” Gallery
2012. Beograd – Galerija Američke ambasade
2012. Beograd – Blok Galerija (coauthor)
2013. Novi Sad, Serbia – KC Novog Sada, klub Tribina mladih
2014. Brussels, Belgium – Gallery Arthis
2016. Novi Beograd – SKC gallery
2016. Beograd – Gallery Ilije M. Kolarca

GROUP

Daniela has participated at more than 170 collective exhibitions in Serbia and abroad- Belgrade, Novi Sad, Gornji Milanovac, Kragujevac, Vrbas, Sabac, Priboj, Sarajevo, Toronto (Canada), Raciborz (Poland), Pisa (Italy), Ptuj (Slovenia) and Germany.