The Worst Engram
About Arben Theodhosi
Born in Tirana in 1953, in 1992 he became the first Albanian artist to open a solo exhibition in the National Gallery of Arts in Tirana after the fall of communist regime – a collection of works produced during 15 years of living in labor camps. The work for Imago Mundi is a research on the tragedy of Albanian overbuilding. In this regard, he writes: “Psychologically, one of the most serious injuries and with more consequences for Albanian environment is concrete. To check it you could do a small urban research and on the ongoing building violent storm”.
2010 Group exhibition, Club of Arts, Council of Europe, Strasbourg, France
2009 Group exhibition, National Museum of Fine Arts, Valletta, Malta
1992 Solo exhibition, National Gallery of Arts, Tirana, Albania
1991 “Forbidden Art”, Solo exhibition, Vienna, Austria
Oil on Canvas