Ioan Mihai Cochinescu

Rumänischer Schriftsteller Ioan Mihai Cochinescu (2005)
of Romanian writers Ioan Mihai Cochinescu (2005)

Ioan Mihai Cochinescu (* 16. April 1951 in Timişoara, Romania) is a Romanian writer, essayist, a film script author, a film director, an art photographer and professor Doktor of the aesthetics.

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it locked 1974 a study of the music (violin, Piano and composition) at the national university for music in Bucharest. Its professors were among other things George Balan, Dan Constantinescu, Myriam Marbe, Victor Giuleanu, Emilia Comisel, D.D. Botez, marine Constantin, Grigore Constantinescu, Dan Buciu, Alexandru Leahu. 2005 it acquired a doctor title of the music (aesthetics) at evenly this university. Its doctor work carries the title „the musical venezianische baroque in the work of Antonio Vivaldi”.

At present he is a professor Doktor of the aesthetics at the Kunstlyzeum Ploieşti/Romania.

artistic and literary career/development

into the 1980er years participated he in well-known Bukarester of literary circles, like e.g. „Junimea”, led of the critic Ovidiu S. Crohmalniceanu, „the literary on Mondays circle” under the line of professor Nicolae Manolescu, „I.L. Caragiale” in Ploieşti in addition, at some nearly anomymen literary circles in Câmpina, Mizil, Pucioasa or Slănic, where it and many of its colleagues against the communist censorship and Nichtveröffentlichung of the works or articles in literary magazines fought.

It has sporadic publications, short countings in the magazines „bad” (1968), „SLAST” (1986), and „Tribuna” (1987). Of a common volume with short pro sawing countings (1986 publishing house „Cartea Romaneasca”) its narrations were taken out by the censorship.

As an art photographer it participates 1982-86 in different international competitions both in Romania and in France, Brazil and Poland, where important prices were lent to it. It publishes essays, articles and translations in the magazine „Fotografia”. Ioan Mihai Cochinescu is inventor the plan - and space photo, those in the galleries for photo art AAF (1983 Bucharest), Sala Dalles (1983 Bucharest) and 1986 in Poland were issued. In the year 1987 it initiated the first national salon for photographic essays, ESEF in Ploieşti.


Ioan Mihai Cochinescu is member „of the writer federation of Romania” (1993), member „of the association of the art photographers in Romania” (1982), founder and chairman „of the literary society Ploieşti”, SPLP (1990), initial member (1994) and member executive committee (1996) „of the combination of the occupation writers in Romania”, ASPRO.

literary and scientific activity

so far is not present of its works in German translation.

  • 1991 novel „the Ambassador” (publishing house Cartea Romaneasca, ISBN 973-230252-6)
  • 1993 „skirt and Depeche, the film of a novel” (publishing house kind of dear, Ploieşti)
  • 1996 „the winter dream of Isabell” (ISBN 973-576077-0) and „the island” (publishing house RAO), short narrations of the 1980er years
  • 2001 „treatise of the Kalligrafie”, essay (publishing house Noel of computer, Ploieşti)

in preparation are the following books:

  • „Sublimul” (aesthetic studies 1994)
  • „Alchimie and music” (2005)
  • „the venezianische musical baroque” (2005)
  • „the Monografie the Antonio Vivaldi” (2005)

creative organizations in the area of the cinematography

  • „the last Schneemann” (1968)
  • „if adults play” (1969)
  • „the house on the hill” (1969)
  • „the city” (1970)
  • „the fish in the water” (1971)
  • „the wedding” (1973)

cooperation at literary magazines, broadcast and television

  • literary magazines: „Contrapunct”, „Romania litre era”, „Literatorul”, „Caiete critice” etc.
  • SOTI television Bucharest, Romanian television, Romanian broadcast, TV Antena 1 etc.

literary awards

  • price of the Romanian writer association (1992)
  • price for Prosa „Liviu Rebreanu” (1992)
  • price of the Romanian academy (31. Over it
and its works

wrote August

1993) [work on] critical evaluations the following literary critics: Gabriela Adamesteanu, Magdalena Bedrosian, Nicolae Breban, Zoe Dumitrescu Busulenga, Calin Caliman, Mircea Cartarescu, Ovid S. Crohmalniceanu, Constantin Harlav, Florin Iaru, ion Bogdan Lefter, Alexandru Leahu, Monica Lovinescu, Florin Manolescu, Dan C. Mihailescu, Simona Popescu, Tania Radu, Iosif Sava, Eugen Simion, Octavian Soviany, Alex. Mihai Stoenescu, ion Stratan, Cristian Teodorescu, Laurentiu Ulici, Maria Urbanovici, Ioan Vieru. See also the bibliographic note of the critic and literature historian Constantin Harlav for „the Dictionarul general aluminium literaturii novels” („general dictionary of the Romanian literature”) published from the Romanian academy.

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