Exhibitions

Biography

Ciprian Mureşan

(b. 1977 in Dej, Romania) lives and works in Cluj.
Graduated in 2001 from The University of Art and Design, Cluj.
Co-editor of VERSION artist run magazine. From 2005 editor of IDEA art + society magazine
[www.ideamagazine.ro].
In 2009 represented Romania at the 53rd International Art Exhibition — La Biennale di Venezia.

Solo Exhibitions

2018
Art Club 22: Ciprian Muresan, Accademia di Francia a Roma – Villa Medici, Rome, IT

2017
The Struggle Between Academic Abstractionism and Globalized Formalism, Lateral Art Space, Cluj, RO
#1.3 WAYS TO TIE YOUR SHOES: CIPRIAN MUREȘAN, Convent Art Space, Ghent, BE
All Images from a Book…, David Nolan Gallery, New York, US

2016
Ciprian Muresan, Nicodim Gallery, Los Angeles, US
Ciprian Muresan, Museo Pietro Canonica a Villa Borghese, Rome, IT
Plague Column, Galerie Éric Hussenot, Paris, FR

2015
Your survival is guaranteed by treaty, Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art Budapest, Budapest, HU
Ciprian Muresan, Wilkinson Gallery, London, UK

2014
The Suicide Series, Galeria Plan B, Berlin, DE
Ciprian Muresan, Mihai Nicodim Gallery, Los Angeles, US

2013
All that work for nothing! That's what I try to do all the time!, Galeria Plan B, Berlin, DE
Page by page, screenings on the façade of MUSEION Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Bolzano, IT
Recycled Playground, Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver, CA

2012
Stage and Twist, Project space, Tate Modern, London, UK (with Anna Molska)
Ciprian Muresan, Wilkinson Gallery, London, UK
Recycled Playground, Centre d'Art Contemporain, Geneva, CH
Dead Weights, Museum of Art Cluj-Napoca, Cluj, RO

2011
Recycled Playground, FRAC Champagne-Ardenne, Reims, FR
Ciprian Muresan, David Nolan Gallery, New York, US

2010
Ciprian Muresan, Wilkinson Galllery, London, UK
Ciprian Muresan, Mihai Nicodim Gallery, Los Angeles, US
Ciprian Muresan, n.b.k. - Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, Berlin, DE
The Unbelonging, Prometeogallery, Milan, IT

2009
Luv, Galeria Plan B, Cluj, RO

2008
Work and Travel, Andreiana Mihail Gallery, Bucharest, RO
Compulsory Rules, Prometeogallery, Milan, IT

2007
I Believe I Can Fall, Kontainer Gallery, Los Angeles, US
Expulsion from Paradise, Raster Gallery, Warsaw, PL

2006
Choose..., Plan B, Cluj, RO

2004
The End Of The Five Year Plan, Studio Protokoll, Cluj, RO

Selected Group Exhibitions

2018
DOUBLE HEADS MATCHES. A selection of contemporary artworks from four Romanian private collections, New Budapest Gallery, Budapest, HU
I AM THE MOUTH – Works from Central and Eastern European Artists from Art Collection Telekom, Museum of Contemporary Art Zagreb, Zagreb, HR
Remastered – The Art of Appropriation, Kunsthalle Krems, Krems, AT

2017
On the Sex of Angels, Nicodim Gallery, Bucharest, RO
Półprawda | Half-Truth, Museum of Sculpture at Królikarnia Palace, Warsaw, PL
Viva Arte Viva, 57th Venice Biennale, Giardini Arsenale, Venice, IT 
A Moveable Feast I, Éric Hussenot, Paris, FR
The City: My Studio / The City: My Life, Kathmandu Triennale, Kathmandu, NP
Double Coding, (MUDAM) MUSÉE D'ART MODERNE GRAND-DUC JEAN, Luxembourg, LU
Doublethink: Double-vision, Pera Museum, Istanbul, TR
Drawing Biennial 2017, The Drawing Room, London, UK
BERLIN SHOW #5: Collectors' Loop, Galeria Plan B, Berlin, DE
The Basilisk, Nicodim Gallery, Los Angeles, US

2016
# 1.1 Palimpsest: Joachim Bandau, Pavel Büchler, Oscar Hugal, Ciprian Mureșan, Convent Art Space, Ghent, BE
Track Changes, Mendes Wood DM, Sao Paulo, BR
Freundschaftsspiel Istanbul : Freiburg, Museum für Neue Kunst, Freiburg, DE
Shape of Time – Future of Nostalgia. Works from Art Collection Telekom, National Museum of Contemporary Art (MNAC), Bucharest, RO
Cher(e)s Ami(e)s: Hommage aux Donateurs des Collections Contemporaines, Centre Pompidou, Paris, FR
Naturally Obscure, Centre d'Art Passerelle, Brest, FR
Few Were Happy with Their Condition, Gallery 400, University of Illinois, Chicago, US
George Grosz: Politics and His Influence, David Nolan Gallery, New York, US
Silke Schatz – Choose Love, Wilkinson Gallery, London, UK
Omul Negru, Galeria Nicodim, Bucharest, RO

2015
Balagan, KühlhausBerlin, Berlin, DE
IMAGINED COMMUNITIES, PERSONAL IMAGINATIONS, Budapest Gallery, Budapest, HU
Apperance and Essence, ArtEncounters 1st edition, Timişoara, RO
Few Were Happy with their Condition, Motorenhalle. Projektzentrum für zeitgenössische Kunst, Dresden, DE
Mapping Bucharest: Art, Memory and Revolution 1916 – 2016, MAK - Austrian Museum of Applied Arts / Contemporary Art, Vienna, AT
Working from Language, Salonul de Proiecte, The National Museum of Contemporary Art Bucharest, RO
Chercher le garçon, Musée d´Art Contemporain du Val-de-Marne MAC/Val, Vitry-sur-Seine, Paris, FR
PIF EN ROUMANIE, UN HÉROS DE L'ÂGE D'OR, Dalles Hall, Bucharest, RO
Drawing Biennial 2015, Drawing Room, London, UK
Workers leaving the studio. Looking away from socialist realism., National Gallery of Arts, Tirana, AL
Few Were Happy with their Condition, Kunsthalle Winterthur, Winterthur, CH
Cluj Connection 3D, Galerie Judin, Berlin, DE
Group exhibition, Nicodim Gallery, Los Angeles, US
BERLIN SHOW #4: Inventory, Galeria Plan B, Berlin, DE

2014
Progress and Hygiene, Zachęta - National Gallery of Art, Warsaw, PL
Ludwig 25. The Contemporary Collection, Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art Budapest, Budapest, HU
Fragile Sense of Hope. Art Collection Telekom, me Collectors Room Berlin, Berlin, DE
Allegory of the Cave Painting, Extra City Kunsthal, Middelheim Museum, Antwerp, BE
A FEW GRAMS OF RED, YELLOW, BLUE. New Romanian Art, Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw, PL
Nouvelle Géneration, FRAC Nord-Pas de Calais, Dunkerque, FR
Private Nationalism, m21 Gallery, Pécs, HU
A Guest Without a Host is a Ghost, Townhouse Gallery, Cairo, EG
A Guest Without a Host is a Ghost, Beirut, Cairo, EG
Arena, Centre of Contemporary Art Znaki Czasu – CoCA, Torun, PL
Private Nationalism, Kunsthalle Kosice, Košice, PL
Inquieto Novecento, Lu.C.C.A – Lucca Center of Contemporary Art, Lucca, IT
Get Up, Mains dÓEuvres, Saint Ouen, FR
Il Piedistallo vuoto. Fantasmi dall'Est Europa, Museo Civico Archeologico di Bologno, Bologna, IT
Through the Collector’s Eye. Works of the Generation 2000 from Cluj in Three Romanian Collections, The Office, Cluj, RO
Domino Dancing, Galeria Plan B, Cluj, RO

2013
Romanian Scenes, Espace Culturel Louis Vuitton, Paris, FR
Who Makes Europe, Städische Galerie Bremen im Butentor, Bremen, DE
Faire le vide, Neue Galerie, Innsbruck, AT
Sculpture after Artschwager, David Nolan Gallery, New York, US
HOTSPOT CLUJ - NEW ROMANIAN ART, ARKEN Museum of Modern Art, DK
The Cassini Cruise III, The Ridder. A House for Contemporary Art, Maastricht, NL
Without Reality There Is No Utopia, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, US
Analogital, Utah Museum of Contemporary Art, Salt Lake City, US
IMAGINE. ARHIVA / IMAGE. ARCHIVE, National Museum of Contemporary Art (MNAC), Bucharest, RO

2012
The Freedom of Sound. John Cage behind the Iron Curtain, Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest, HU
Six Lines of Flight: Shifting Geographies in Contemporary Art, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, US
European Travellers. Art from Cluj Today, Mucsarnok Kunsthalle, Budapest, HU
Sounds Like Silence (John Cage – 4'33'' – Silence Today / 1912 – 1952 – 2012), Hartware MedienKunstVerein (HMKV), Dortmund, DE
Déjà-vu? Die Kunst der Wiederholung von Dürer bis YouTube, Staatliche Kunsthalle, Karlsruhe, DE
Referencing History, Green Art Gallery, Dubai, AE
Moscow International Biennale for Young Art, Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow, RU
les 30 ans du frac champagne-ardenne, Centre d’art contemporain Passages, Troyes, FR
The Hero, the Heroine and the Author, Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest, HU
Foreigners Everywhere - selected works from the Pomeranz Collection, Jewish Museum, Vienna, AT
Never odd or even - a text spaced exhibition, Museum of Contemporary Art, Roskilde, DK

2011
Genius without Talent, de Appel arts centre, Amsterdam, NL
Rearview Mirror, The Power Plant, Toronto, CA
Image to be projected until it vanishes, MUSEION Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Bolzano, IT
Ciprian Mureșan and Tomáš Svoboda, Futura, Prague, CZ
Never Odd or Even, Grimmuseum, Berlin, DE
Communism never happened, Charim Galerie, Vienna, AT
Sin realidad no hay utopía, Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo (CAAC), Sevilla, ES
Volume Collection, MMSU - Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Rijeka, HR
Historical Structures - New Existentialism Part 2, Alte Fabrik, Gebert Stiftung für Kultur, Rapperswil, CH
loophole to happiness, amt _ project, Bratislava, SK

2010
Les Promesses du passé. Une histoire discontinue de l'art dans l'ex-Europe de l'Est, Centre Pompidou, Musée National d'Art Moderne, Paris, FR
Loophole to Happiness, Trafó House of Contemporary Art, Budapest, HU
No New Thing Under the Sun, Royal Academy of Arts, London, UK
After the Fall, HVCCA – Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, Peekskill, New York, US
The Only One/ L'unico, Studio Tommaseo – Istituto per la documentazione e diffusione delle Arti, Trieste, IT
Social Cooking Romania, The National Brukenthal Museum, Sibiu, RO
Der offene Garten, Kunsthalle Lingen, Lingen, DE
THE BEAUTY OF DISTANCE: SONGS OF SURVIVAL IN A PRECARIOUS AGE, 17th Biennale of Sydney, Sydney, AU
Shockworkers of the Mobile Image, The first Ural Industrial Biennial of Contemporary Art, Yekaterinburg, RU
The Seductiveness of the Interval, The Renaissance Society at The University of Chicago, Chicago, US
Zeitgenössische Kunst aus Rumänien / Romanian Cultural Resolution, Werkschauhalle, Leipzig, DE
Monumento A La Transformación, Centro Cultural Montehermoso, Vitoria-Gasteiz, ES
Where do we go from here?, Wiener Secession, Vienna, AT
There is No Alternative (TINA), Storey Gallery, Lancaster, UK
There Is No Alternative, Konsthall C, Hökarängen, SE
Over and Over Again, Wyspa Institute of Art, Gdansk, PL
The First Haifa Mediterranean Biennale, Haifa, IL
Art Always Has Its Consequences, MS - Muzeum Sztuki Łódź, Łódź, PL
Morality Act III: And the moral of the story is..., Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art, Rotterdam, NL
CUE: Artists' Videos, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, CA
BERLIN SHOW #2, Galeria Plan B, Berlin, DE

2009
The Generational Triennial: Younger Than Jesus, New Museum, New York, US
The Seductiveness of the Interval, Romanian Pavilion, the 53rd Venice Biennale, IT
All Creatures Great and Small, Zachęta - National Gallery of Art, Warsaw, PL
From One Thing to the Other, Romanian Cultural Institute Stockholm, Stockholm, SE
Communism Never Happened, Galerie Feinkost, Berlin, DE
Espectros: Arte y transición, Centro Cultural de España Guatemala, Ciudad de Guatemala, GT
TINA, Hatton Gallery, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
No More Reality, Depo, Istanbul, TR
The Punishment of Lust and Luxury, Mihai Nicodim Gallery, Los Angeles, US
Monument to Transformation 1989-2009, Galerie Hlavního Města Prahy, Prague, CZ

2008
Fusion // Confusion, Museum Folkwang Essen, Essen, DE
OÙ? Scènes du Sud II, Carré d ́art - Musée d ́art contemporain de Nîmes, Nîmes, FR
TINA, Drawing Room, London, UK
Where the East Ends, Nassauischer Kunstverein, Wiesbaden, DE
Berlin Show #1, Galeria Plan B, Berlin, DE
Signals: A Video Showcase, Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, US
Like an Attali Report, but different. On fiction and political imagination, Kadist Art Foundation, Paris, FR
Drawings & Other Works on Paper, Tim Van Laere Gallery, Antwerp, BE
Monument to Transformation, Fragment #7: Communism Never Happened/Vocabulary, Tranzit, Bratislava, SK
Dada East? Romanian Context of Dadaism, Zachęta - National Gallery of Art, Warsaw, PL
Monument to Transformation, Fragment #6: Labour Day, Labor, Budapest, HU
Since We Last Spoke About Monuments, Stroom Den Haag, The Hague, NL
Salon Of The Revolution, HDLU – Mestrovic Pavilion, Zagreb, HR

2007
Prague Biennale 3, Karlin Hall, Prague, CZ
1st Athens Biennale, Athens, GR
Across the Trees, David Nolan Gallery, New York, US
Social Cooking Romania, Neue Gesellschaft für Bildende Kunst (NGBK), Berlin, DE
transmediale.07, Akademie der Künste, Berlin, DE
Dada East? The Romanians of Cabaret Voltaire, Fargfabriken, Stockholm, SE
Friends, Foes and Collaborators, Galerie IG Bildende Kunst, Vienna, AT
The Country of the Endangered Body, Trafó Gallery, Budapest, HU

2006
indirect speech, Kunsthalle Fridericianum, Kassel, DE
NETEROTOPIA, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, FR

Selected public and private collections

Centre Pompidou, Paris; Tate Collection, London; Art Collection Telekom, Bonn; Deutsche Bank Collection, Frankfurt am Main; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco; Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, Berlin; FRAC Nord-Pas de Calais, Dunkerque; FRAC Champagne-Ardenne, Reims; ARKEN Museum of Modern Art, Copenhagen; Ludwig Museum, Budapest; The Sander Collection, Darmstadt; Pomeranz Collection, Vienna; Kadist Art Foundation, Paris/ San Francisco; Teixeira de Freitas Collection, Lisbon.

Bibliography

Exhibition Catalogues, Artist Books, Monographs
  • 2017
    VIVA ARTE VIVA : 57th International Art Exhibition: La Biennale di Venezia, 2017, p. 114-117.
    Boecker, Susanne; Glauner, Max; Haase, Amine; Honnef, Klaus; Hübl, Michael; Jocks, Heinz Norbert Tappeiner; Maria Anna, Trager; Wolfgang Vogel; Sabine B. Kunstforum, 57. Biennale Venedig 2017. Köln, 2017, p. 122.

    2016
    Akira 3. Edited by Nicodim Gallery, Los Angeles: Fabrik, 2016. [artist book]

    2015
    Drawings, 2015-2004. Ostfildern and Cluj: Hatje Cantz Verlag and Galeria Plan B, 2015. [artist book]

    2014
    Suicide Series. Cluj: Galeria Plan B, 2014. [artist book]

    2013
    Angel, Judit (ed.). European Travelers: Art from Cluj Today. Budapest: Műcsarnok Kunsthalle, 2013. [catalogue]
    Dead Weights. Cluj: Galeria Plan B, 2013. [artist book]
    Byrd, Antawan I. and Shier, Rheid (eds.). Art Cities of the Future: 21st Century Avant-Gardes. London: Phaidon Press, 2013.
    Rattemeyer, Christian. Vitamin D2: New Perspectives in Drawing. London: Phaidon Press, 2013.

    2012
    Droitcour, Brian. “Six Lines of Flight: Shifting Geographies in Contemporary Art.” Edited by Aspara DiQuinzio, Berkeley/ Los Angeles and San Francisco: University of California Press and San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 2012. [catalogue]

    2011
    Bojenoiu, Adrian; Niculescu, Alexandru (eds.). Romanian Cultural Resolution. Ostfildern: Hatje Cantz Verlag, 2011. [catalogue]
    Gavin, Francesca (ed.). 100 New Artists. London: Laurence King Publishing, 2011.

    2010
    Babias, Marius (ed.). Ciprian Mureșan. Köln and Berlin: Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König and n.b.k., 2010. [catalogue]
    Elliott, David (ed.). 17th Biennale of Sydney: The Beauty of Distance. Sydney: The Biennale of Sydney and Thames & Hudson, 2010. [catalogue]
    Macel, Christine; Petrešin, Nataša (eds.). Promises of the Past. A Discontinuous History of Art in Former Eastern Europe. Zürich and Paris: JRP | Ringier and Editions du Centre Pompidou. 2010. [catalogue]
    Sowa, Jan; Szylak, Aneta (eds.). Over and Over Again: 1989-2000. Wroclaw: Korporacja Ha!art i BWA Wroclaw - Galerie Sztuki Wspolczesnej, 2010. [catalogue]
    Kotsopoulos, Nikos (ed.). Contemporary Art in Eastern Europe. London: Black Dog Publishing, 2010.
    Piotrowski, Piotr. “Agoraphilia. Art and Democracy in Post Communist Europe.” Poznań: Rebis, 2010.

    2009
    Mircan, Mihnea (ed). Artists Book. Cluj: Galeria Plan B, 2009. [artist book]
    The Seductivness of the Interval. Edited by Alina Șerban and Mirela Duculescu, Stockholm: Romanian Cultural Institute of Stockholm, 2009, p. 59-66. [catalogue]
    State, Andrei. “The Democratic Device.The Art of Ciprian Mureșan”. [catalogue]
    Bishop, Claire and Dziewanska, Marta (eds.) 1968-1989: Political Upheaval and Artistic Change. Warsaw: Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw, 2009.
    Cornell, Lauren; Gioni, Massimiliano; Hoptman, Laura; Shoils, Brian (eds.). Younger than Jesus.The Generation Book. New York and Göttingen: New Museum and Steidl Verlag, 2009.

    2008
    Konstantinidis, Dimitri (ed.). Ciprian Mureșan. A Turn to the Real. Strasbourg: apollonia, 2008. [catalogue]
    Dressler, Iris; Hans D. Christ (eds.). On Difference #3: Politics Of Space. Stuttgart: Württembergischer Kunstverein, 2008. [catalogue]
    Machnicka, Zofia; Notz, Adrian (eds.). Dada East? Romanian Contexts of Dadaism. Warsaw: Zachęta National Gallery of Art, 2008. [catalogue]
    Mircan, Mihnea. Fusion // Confusion. Zur Kunst der Referenz. Edited by Sabine Maria Schmidt, Essen and Nürnberg: Museum Folkwang and Verlag für Moderne Kunst, 2008, p. 106-114. [catalogue]
    Mihail, Andreiana; Nicodim, Mihai (ed). Auto-da-Fé. Bucharest: Andreiana Mihail Gallery, 2008. [artist book]
    Cornell, Lauren; Gioni, Massimiliano; Hoptman, Laura (eds.). Younger than Jesus. Artist Directory. London and New York: Phaidon Press and New Museum, 2008.

    2007
    Kapaktsoglou, Xenia; Poka–Yio; Zenakos, Augustine; Theophilos,Tramboulis (eds.) Destroy Athens,1st Athens Biennial. Athens: The Athens Biennale and futura Publications, 2007.

    2006
    Plate, S. Brent. Blasphemy. Art That Offends. London: Black Dog Publishing, 2006.

    2005
    Mircan, Mihnea. Paradoxes:The Embodied City. Edited by Nuno Faria, Lisbon: Gulbenkian Foundation, 2005, p. 80-107. [catalogue]
    Tordai, Attila (ed). He Never Knew What Hit Him. Cluj and Prague: Protokoll Gallery and Display Gallery, 2005. [artist book]

    2004
    Costinaș, Cosmin. Vrsac: Yogoslav Biennial of Young Artists, Vrsac: Centar za savremenu kulturu, 2004. [catalogue]
    Yrjö, Haila. Retkeilyn rikkaus. Luonto ympäristöhuolen aikakaudella. Helsinki: Kustannus Oy Taide, 2004.

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Articles, Reviews and Publications
  • 2017
    ”The Centre Pompidou Honours Drawing,” Bazaar.com, June 2017.
    Völzke, Daniel. ”Ausstellungen,” monopol, May 2017.
    MacAdam, Barbara. ”Stacking Up to Holbein: Ciprian Muresan Makes an ARTnews Palimpsest,” ARTNews.com, April, 2017.
    ”Ciprian Mureșan at Convent,” Art Viewer.com, April 2017.
    Venturi, Ricardo. ”Ciprian Mureșan,” Artforum, February, 2017, p. 227.
    ”Power Play: Ciprian Muresan’s Take on Art and Indoctrination,” Art and Cakela.com, January, 2017.

    2016
    Mureșan, Ciprian. “Nouvel âge du bronze,” L'Officiel Art, no. 19, September-November, 2016, p. 92-97. [insert]

    2015
    Erhardt, Miklós. “Your Survival Is Guaranteed by Treaty. Ciprian Mureșan's Exhibition at the Ludwig Museum, Budapest,” IDEA arts + society, no.47, 2015, p. 80-91.
    Ghiu, Daria. “Păpușarii de cuvinte și imagini. Ciprian Mureșan și Enric Fort Ballester la Salonul de Proiecte, 2015,” Observatorul Cultural, July 2015.
    Popovici, Iulia. “Laboratorul Basmelor si al Limbii,” Revista Arta, July, 2015.
    Mureșan, Ciprian. ”The Dark Knight Return,” IDEA arts + society, no. 49, 2015, p. 75–83.
    Bailey, Stephanie. “A Conversation with Ciprian Mureșan,” Ocula, June, 2015.
    Német, Szilvi. “Interview with Ciprian Mureșan,” ArtGuideEast, January, 2015.

    2014
    Beete, Paulette. “Art Talk with Ciprian Mureșan,” Art Works Blog, March, 2014.

    2013
    Fowkes, Maja and Ruben. “Identity Crisis,” Art Monthly, no. 365, April, 2013, p. 11-15.
    Chaisson, Caitlin. “Chewing on Witticism: Ciprian Mureșan's Recycled Playground,” Decoy Magazine, March, 2013.
    Sienkiewicz, Karol. “Ciprian Mureșan looks for Utopia in CAG Solo Show,” Canadian Art, March, 2013.
    Mureșan, Ciprian. “Beudean's Log,” IDEA arts + society, no.44, 2013, p. 90-95.
    Demir, Anaїd. ”En – Transylvanie, l’école de – Cluj est assoiffée – de peinture,” L’Officiel, No. 7, September – October – November, p. 72.

    2012
    Coxhead, Gabriel. “Stage and Twist,” Timeout, September 6-12, 2012.
    Hornyik, Sándor. “Alternative Time Travelers - Post Communism, Figurativeness and Decolonization,” IDEA arts + society, no. 41, 2012, p. 54-73.
    Popper, Jasmine. “Ciprian Mureșan: Reconstructing History in Post-Communist Romania,” The Culture Trip, 2012.
    Souriau, Judith. “Louise-Hervé-Cholé-Maillet, Ciprian Mureșan,” Artpress , no. 385, January, 2012, p. 22.
    Țelea Oroșan, Maria. “Post-Communism in the Works of Ciprian Mureșan,” Isomorphism, no. 2, September, 2012, p. 31–34.
    Derieux, Florence. “Ciprian Mureșan. Another Story,” Flash Art International (July / September, 2012), p. 88-90.

    2011
    Boucher, Brian. “Ciprian Mureșan,” Art in America, no.10, November, 2011, p. 168.
    Cotter, Holland. “Ciprian Mureșan,” The New York Times, July, 2011.
    Fite-Wassilak, Chris. “Over Your Cities Grass Will Grow,” Frieze, no. 141, September, 2011
    Wilson, Siona. “Ciprian Mureșan,” ArtReview, no. 53, October, 2011, p. 140.
    Mureșan, Ciprian. “The Paintbrush Factory: Snapshot (Diapositives from One Year of Existence),” IDEA arts+society, no.36-37, 2011, p. 50-69.
    Nathan, Emily. “Strange Days: An Interview with Ciprian Mureșan,” Artnet Magazine, July, 2011.
    Voinea, Raluca. “The Paradoxical Image of the Ideal and of Failure,” 2011.

    2010
    Diehl, Travis. “Ciprian Mureșan,” Artforum, October 2010.
    Farina, Eleonora. “La storia infinita di Ciprian Muresan,” Arte e Critica, no.63, June / August, 2010, p. 126-127.
    Ginach, Roni. “Communism Never Happened at Feinkost, Berlin,” ARTMargins.com, January, 2010.
    Maertens, Marie. “L'école de Cluj,” artpress, no. 365, March, 2010, p. 58-64.
    Paynter, November. “Ciprian Mureșan: Galeria Plan B,” Artforum, no.6, February, 2010, p. 219.
    Ruthe, Ingeborg. “Von Kafka zu Cattelan: der Rumäne Ciprian Muresan im Neuen Berliner Kunstverein. Der Patriarch trägt abgelatschte Schuhe,” Berliner Zeitung, July, 2010.
    Samer, Roxanne. “The Seductiveness of the Interval at the Renaissance Society,” Chicago Art Magazine, May, 2010.
    Schöny, Roland. “Perspectives in the Era of Flexibility,” IDEA arts + society, no.35, 2010, p. 109-115.
    Speed, Mitch. “Ciprian Mureșan,” Frieze, July, 2010.
    Sutton, Kate. “Ciprian Mureșan and Enric Fort Ballester,” Artforum, May, 2010.

    2009
    Farina, Eleonora. “The Seductiveness of the Interval. Il Padiglione Romeno alla Biennale,” Arta e Critica, no.59, June / August, 2009, p. 47-49.
    Knight, Christopher. “The Punishmnet of Lust and Luxury at Mihai Nicodim Gallery,” Los Angeles Times, February, 2009.
    Fite-Wassilak, Chris. “TINA,” Frieze, no. 120, January / February, 2009.
    Mureșan, Ciprian. “Alfred Hitchcock's Birds, by Dénes Miklósi and Szilard Miklós,” IDEA arts + society, no.32, 2009, p. 53-60.

    2008
    Mureșan, Ciprian. “The events of the week at the B5 Studio,” IDEA arts + society, no. 30-31, 2008, p. 66-71.

    2007
    Knight, Christopher. “Leaps: Sober to Sarcastic,” Los Angeles Times, April, 2007.
    Knoll, Valerie. “Cluj Connection,” Artforum, April 2007, p. 286.
    Price, Matt. “Cluj Connection,” Flash Art International, no. 253, March / April 2007, p. 74.
    Chițan, Simona. “Interview with Ciprian Mureșan,” Ecumest, 2007.

    2006
    Nastac, Simona. “When Great Stories Will Have Been Lost,” IDEA arts + society, no.24, 2006, p. 37-43.
    Wege, Astrid. “Periferic 7/ Focusing Iași: Biennal for Contemporary Art,” Artforum, October, 2006.
    Scwarzbart, Judith. “Indirect with Direction,” IDEA arts + society, no. 25, 2006, p. 60–65.

    2005
    Mureșan, Ciprian. “Fabrication Defect,” IDEA arts + society, no. 22, 2005, p. 106.
    Bobar, Raymond. “Nothing Worth Mentioning,” IDEA arts+society, no. 22, 2005, p. 45-49.
    Gheorghe, Cătălin. “Trapped in the Exposure,” IDEA arts + publishing, no. 20, 2005, p. 66-67.
    Nori, Franziska. “On Difference #1. Local Contexts – Hybrid Spaces,” IDEA arts + society, no. 20, 2005, p. 68–73.
    Tordai-S., Attila. “Protokoll Questions Orthodoxy,” Flash Art International, no. 240, January / February, 2005.
    Schöny, Roland. “Visual Strategies of a Personal Gaze on the Local,” IDEA arts + society, no. 22, 2005, p. 70–75.
    Mureșan, Ciprian. “Fabrication Defect,” IDEA arts + society, no. 22, 2005, p. 106.

    2004
    Hegyi, Dóra. “Why Iași,” IDEA arts+society, no. 24, 2004, p. 44-53.
    Tordai-S., Attila. “How come that Patriarch Teoctist is Present in a Small Gallery Promoting Contemporary Art in the Periphery of Cluj,” Arhitext design, no.12, 2004.
    Mureșan, Ciprian. “The Collector,” IDEA arts + society, no. 19, 2004, p. 26-45. [insert]
    Mureșan, Ciprian. “Un Chien Andalou,” Umelec, no. 3, 2004. [insert]
    Bobar, Raymond. “People and gallery,” IDEA arts + society, no. 19, 2004, p. 69-75.
    Mureșan, Ciprian. “The relationship with institutions in Romania,” 2020 Resources, July, 2004.
    Mureșan, Ciprian. “Gianni Motti und Cristoph Büchel:'Under Destruction #1',” Springerin, no. 4, 2004.

    2003
    Tordai-S., Attila. “Aperto Romania,” Flash Art International, no. 233, November / December, 2003.