Bucharest has a lot to offer this weekend, and we’ve prepared a guide that includes the best events you should check out in the following days.

Bucharest Photofest 2018 – until October 14 @ Alexandru Lahovari Square

With a rich experience, Bucharest Photofest continues due to our belief that such a project must and can intermediate the meeting between artists from different parts of photography and all enthusiasts in love with photography art, in general.

DIPLOMA 2018 Art Exhibition – until October 14 @ Casa Dacia

DIPLOMA is the largest event dedicated to the future generation of Romanian artists and creatives and aims to promote their creative universe in front of a wide public. Another objective is encouraging the dialogue between disciplines, universities, young graduates and established specialists, in order to contribute to the development of the local artistic and creative environment. The exhibition is dedicated to Architecture, Visual Arts and Design and it features 126 works by young creatives across the country, and the event includes conferences, parties, theatre auditions as well as a musical.

Tripoteca – Psychedelic Film & Art Festival – October 12-14 @ Cinemateca Eforie

The psychedelic art and film festival is on its fourth edition and has gone through over 25 cities all over the world. This year, Tripoteca will take your hearts and minds through an experience that will expand the limits of the avantgarde over oceans of metaphysical and abstract concepts. The intergalactic menu will include over 70 films, a canvas exhibition, video installations and audio-video performances from artists from 25 countries.

eXplore festival #13 – until October 20 @ various locations

eXplore festival #13 brings into the spotlight contemporary dance shows, performances and new media installations, sound art and film projections from Romania, France, Sweden, Portugal and Croatia, in several key locations: WASP – Working Art Space & Production, “I.L. Caragiale” National Theater in Bucharest and the National Museum of Romanian Literature.

Tiger Lillies Concert – October 13 @ Control 

The Tiger Lillies are a British trio that’s been around since 1989 and they continue to be one of the most unique and provocative bands in their genre. The Tiger Lillies world is dark and bizzare, dominated by moments of deep sadness, dark humour and immense beauty. Their songs cover all dark aspects of life, from prostitution to drug addiction to violence and desperation, always with a healthy amount of humour and sharp irony. Their music is a mix of Berlin cabaret, postmodern vaudeville and gypsy music.

 

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