Emanuel Barica is an active young artist who is now well known among the Roma in Berlin.Berlin and is a well-connected young artist. He participated in our exhibition "Young Romani Artists" and most recently in the exhibition "Heterotypie X 3" curated by Dr. Alvaro Garreaud. In the last recent months, one can experience a continuous and erratic artistic development. With diligence and drawing talent he develops his "drawing of intuition". He often uses music,whose sounds he follows in a performative way. His workplace is the street, often the busy Alexanderplatz in Berlin, where he creates where he constantly creates new works to the applause of the audience. Barica's art has long since Barica's art has long since moved away from a simple but detailed realistic portraits of his counterpart to his own pictorial language.He confronts the harshness of the reality of life on the street with often poetic pictorial works, which he creates with pen, fineliner or drawing ink in reduced but also strong colours.The artist's compassion and solidarity of the artist is palpable when he uses his virtuosothe mostly hard life around him in his virtuoso way of working. His art is never directly political, but his attitude is: the Romanian Rom sees himself as an artistic activist.Romanian Rom sees himself as an artistic activist who campaigns for the needs of thethe Roma minority, the recognition of their past, and the overcoming a difficult present marked by exclusion.He wants to provide a counter-image with his art. Thus it was Emanuel Barica was the youngest to proclaim the manifesto of the Young Romani Artists". With Barica we get to know an artist who is working feverishly at the very beginning of a career as an artist.


Emanuel Barica. Solo exhibitions

Straße der Wirklichkeit . Street of reality Galerie Kai Dikhas, Berlin (D)

Emanuel Barica. Group Exhibitions

Heterotopie X3 Dokumentations- und Kulturzentrum Deutscher Sinti und Roma Dokuz Sinti und Roma, Berlin (D)
Young Romani Artists Galerie Kai Dikhas, Berlin (D)