Traveling Guide (2005-2007)
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Travelling Guide is an art project that uses the objective language of tourist guide books in order to give detailed information about the way a Romanian citizen could enter the United Kingdom without obtaining a visa in the period between 1990 and 2007. The final product was a booklet  final with text  and graphics.
In exhibitions, the booklets was available free of charge for the visitors.

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The project was presented in the following exhibitions and publications:
Traveling Guide, artist insert in Idea magasine, no.21/2005 (aici nu mai pui link)
Kuba – A Journey Against the Current, group show organized by Thyssen-Bornemizsa Contemporary Art Vienna, Nestroyhof Vienna, 2006
Prague Biennial 3, in the frame of the exhibition If you find this world bad, you should see some of the others, curator: Simona Nastac, 2007
Traveling Guide, solo exhibition at Posibila Gallery, Bucharest, 2007
The Irresistible Force, group show, Tate Modern London – Level 2 Gallery, curator: Ben Borthwick, 2007
Schengen, group show, Feinkost Gallery Berlin, curator: Aaron Moulton, 2008
Over the counter, group show, Mucsarnok Museum Budapest (HU), curators: Eszther Lazar & Zsolt Petranyi, 2010

 


Matei Bejenaru, Traveling Guide, installation in the frame of Kuba – A Journey Against the Current, group show organized by Thyssen-Bornemizsa Contemporary Art Vienna, Nestroyhof Vienna, 2006

 


Matei Bejenaru, Traveling Guide, installation at Prague Biennial 3, in the frame of the exhibition If you find this world bad, you should see some of the others, curator: Simona Nastac, 2007 

 


Matei Bejenaru, Traveling Guide, installation at Prague Biennial 3, in the frame of the exhibition If you find this world bad, you should see some of the others, curator: Simona Nastac, 2007 

 


Matei Bejenaru, Traveling Guide,  installation at Tate Modern London – Level 2 Gallery, The Irresistible Force group show, curator: Ben Borthwick, 2007

 

Matei Bejenaru, Traveling Guide, installation at, Mucsarnok Museum Budapest (HU), Over the counter group show, curators: Eszther Lazar & Zsolt Petranyi, 2010