Born in 1974, Anri Sala’s early videos and films mined his personal experience to reflect on the social and political change taking place in his native Albania.
Sergiu Sas (b. 1981) is an engineer and a multimedia artist. He is a member of the kinema ikon and biserika groups. Through his works, which are more often than not participative and characterized by irony and humor, he aims to dismantle certain social, cultural and/or religious obsessions.
Diet Sayler (b.1939) grew up and studied în Timișoara and emigrated to Germany in 1973. He is an important exponent of abstract art, working with a mathematician precision, interested in proportions and numerical ratios.
Decebal Scriba (b. 1944) has been living in Fontainebleau-Avon since 1991. He is an artist approaching media such as photography, installation, performance and video art, with sustained activity in the sphere of conceptual art, in which he also integrates his preoccupation with drawing.
Hassan Sharif (b. 1951) started his career as a caricaturist in the 1970s. His work reflected the rapidly changes in the United Arab Emirates. In the 1980s, he started his development as a conceptual artist, being a pioneer of this genre in the Middle East.
Wang Sishun (b. 1979) graduated from the Fine Arts Sculpture department at Central Academy of Fine Arts in 2008. His practice includes sculpture, installation, video and other media.
The works of Larisa Sitar (b. 1984) explore topics such as memory, mythology and nostalgia, using photography, video, installation, drawing and interventions in public space.
Serge Spitzer (1951-2012) was a protagonist of the artistic avant-garde of the late 60s. His works often refer to economic, social and political structures. His concepts of “models of reality” challenge the common perception and the limits of communication systems.
Mircea Stănescu (b. 1954) lives in Sibiu. He graduated from the Bucharest University of Art, tapestry department. He is one of the artists trained in the experimental laboratories of Atelier 35, in Sibiu and Bucharest, after which he transitions to drawing, installation and photography.
Florin Ștefan (b. 1968) teaches at the Art and Design University in Cluj-Napoca and is the director of Spațiu Intact from the Centrul de Interes in Cluj-Napoca. His oil paintings are both interiors and landscapes, the artist focusing especially on the sensuality of the femane nude, presented in various postures.
The practice of Slobodan Stošić (b. 1989) is context-responsive. Connecting different tiles of labor, meanings and methods, his interest lies in how the fictitious persona or narrative, by methodology of verisimilitude, could be used in exploring moral and political territory, where art should establish questions and proposals leading to changing interpretations and different ways of approaching political hegemonies.
Aleksandra Stratimirovic (b. 1968) graduated in Applied Arts and Design at the University of Arts in Belgrade and completed her studies in specialized lighting design at Konstfack, the University College of Arts, Crafts, and Design and KTH – Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm.