Alfred Rece



Alfred Rece was born on June the 8th, 1969 in Craiova, Romania, where he also lives and works at present. In 1993 he graduated from the National University of Arts in Bucharest.

Starting December 2016, the artist is represented by ARTFOOLY GALLERY, Bucharest, Romania. He participated in Artfooly Gallery’s 2016 Christmas Special Preview with 2 oil on canvas paintings from his upcoming solo show: “New Mankind”.

In the late 1990’s, Alfred Rece was part of an exquisite group of artists, “Crinul”, together with: Valentin Boboc, Cătălin Burcea, Francisc Chiuariu, Marian Maria.

Here is an article by Pavel Șușară about ‘Gupul Crinul’, which he reffers to as “one of the most consistent and dynamic groups of the last decade”:

Solo exhibitions:

1993 ”Astra Gallery”, Sibiu, Romania

1994 “Arta I Gallery”, Craiova, Romania

 Selection of Group Exhibitions:

  • 1992 “Dalles Gallery”, Bucharest, Romania
  • 1994-2006 “Arta I Gallery”, Atelier 35’’, Craiova, Romania
  • 1995 “Căminul Artei Gallery”, Bucharest, Romania
  • 1995-2006 The Art Museum of’ Craiova: ’’Salonul Artiștilor Olteni’’, Romania
  • 1995 ’’Atelier Maceriene’’, Meziere, France
  • 1996 “Grupul Crinul”, Curtea Veche, Bucharest, Romania
  • 1996 “Grupul Crinul”, Mogoșoaia Palace Bucharest, Romania
  • 1997 “Grupul Crinul”, Cantacuzino Palace Bucharest, Romania
  • 1998 “Grupul Crinul”, Bancorex Gallery, Bucharest, Romania
  • 2007 Ion Țuculescu Prize: Atelier 35 Gallery, Bucharest, Romania
  • 2007 Art Museum of Calafat, Romania
  • 2007 Art Museum of Vidin, Bulgaria
  • 2008 Cozia Gallery, Hame, Belgium
  • 2009-2010 Apollo Gallery, Bucharest, Romania
  • 2012 Dominus Gallery, Bucharest, Romania

Paintings in private collections inRomania, Germany, Austria, Italy, USA, Japan, Portugal, France.

Paintings in Art Museums’ collections: The Art Museum, Craiova, Romania; The Contemporary Art Museum, Bucharest, Romania. 

Prizes :  2004 The Prize for Painting at the ‘Municipal Fine Arts Salon’ Craiova; 2006 The UAP Prize at the ‘Municipal Fine Arts Salon’ Craiova.


Alfred Rece