Liviu Bulea is a Romanian artist, lives and works between Turda and Berlin. His field of research extends from spaces of architectural memory to his involvement with the queer community. In his queer art, Liviu focuses on exploring the male body and people in their most intimate moments. Liviu works in various techniques, with a preference for drawing, watercolor and analog photography.
He was awarded three Erasmus Scholarships, at the Freies Museum in Berlin, ASP Katowice in Poland and Hosek Contemporary, Berlin.
He is a PhD candidate at the University of the Arts in Cluj-Napoca, where he works on the relationship between art, architecture and the urban environment.
Among others, he has exhibited his works at the Urban Nation Museum in Berlin, Chrysalid Gallery in Rotterdam, Romanian Cultural Institut in Berlin, Bucharest Biennale, The Art Museum in Cluj, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Bucharest, Mumok Vienna, Technopolis Athens, Parallel Vienna etc., while he has been hosted as a resident artist by several institutions across Europe.
His works are in many private collection around the world but also in the collection of institutions such as Schwules Museum Berlin, Accept in Bucharest, Tom Of Finalnd Foundation in Los Angeles, Urban Nation Museum in Berlin, Universalmuseum Joanneum in Graz etc.