Manuel Pelmuș


Manuel Pelmuş is a Romanian artist. He has a background in choreography, but has worked mostly within visual art contexts over the past couple of years. Manuel Pelmuş represented Romania (together with Alexandra Pirici) at the 55th Venice Biennale with the acclaimed project “An Immaterial Retrospective of the Venice Biennale”. His recent works have been presented at the Van Abbe Museum (Eindhoven), TATE Modern (London), The Kiev Biennale 2015, Centre Pompidou (Paris), MOMA (Warsaw), ParaSite (Hong Kong), Casino (Luxembourg), Hebbel am Ufer (Berlin), De Singel (Antwerp), M-Museum Leuven, FIAC (Paris), Museum der Moderne (Salzburg), The National Museum of Art Bucharest, Ludwig Museum (Cologne), Judson Church (New York), Kunstverein Stuttgart and the Bass Museum of Art (Miami), among others. Manuel Pelmuş was awarded with the Berlin Art Prize for Performing Arts in 2012 and the Excellence Award of the National Dance Center in Bucharest in 2014.