Category: exhibitions

  • Gideon Horváth at Glassyard Gallery

    Gideon Horváth at Glassyard Gallery

    Artist: Gideon Horváth Title: Myths of Vulnerability Text: Lívia Páldi Venue: Glassyard Gallery, Budapest ‘That’s your speciality, telling people stories they never imagined – and convincing them it’s reasonable to want to see them come true’ – writes feminist activist writer and filmmaker Virginie Despentes in the foreword to An Apartment on Uranus.The book is…

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  • Klára Hosnedlová at Kestner Gesellschaft

    Klára Hosnedlová at Kestner Gesellschaft

    Artist: Klára Hosnedlová Title: To Infinity Curators: Adam Budak and Alexander Wilmschen Venue: Kestner Gesellschaft, Hanover Photo: Zdenek Porcal – Studio Flusser For her first institutional solo exhibition, Klára Hosnedlová metamorphoses the Kestner Gesellschaft’s halls into labyrinthian interiorities, laboriously modeling spatialities of voyeuristic surfaces—oblique mirrors of humanoid selves. Her monumental performative sculptures, suspended like clouds…

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  • Asztrid Csatlós at Pécs

    Asztrid Csatlós at Pécs

    Artist: Asztrid Csatlós Title: Nocturnal predators Venue: Művészetek és Irodalom Háza, Pécs I started the Nocturnal Predators series in 2022. The basic concept of the series started from a previous photo documentation, which dealt with the wave of migration that started in 2015. The location is a dirt road near my place of residence. This…

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  • Laura Põld at (AV17)Gallery

    Laura Põld at (AV17)Gallery

    Artist: Laura Põld Title: Translating and Co-labouring Venue: (AV17)GALLERY, Vilnius Photos: Evgenia Levin Laura Põld works in the fields of interdisciplinary crafts and sculpture-based practice. The artist’s work continuously explores the environmental history, fundamental human and more-than-human skills and needs, including community, safety and shelter. A great emphasis in Põld’s work falls on her choice…

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  • Argišt Alaverdyan, Jozef Mrva at stone projects

    Argišt Alaverdyan, Jozef Mrva at stone projects

    Artists: Argišt Alaverdyan, Jozef Mrva Venue: stone projects, Prague Text: Peter Sit Title: Spambot Fiction Spambot Fiction is the second co-exhibition of Argišt Alaverdyan and Jozef Mrva. The materially different approaches connect common themes, which the authors approach differently.  Alaverdyan’s paintings, whose figures emerge from the unconscious in a collage of the reality of life…

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  • Evelīna Deičmane at Kim?

    Evelīna Deičmane at Kim?

    Artist: Evelīna Deičmane Title: Tanzorgan Curator: Zane Onckule Venue: kim? Contemporary Art Centre, Riga, Latvia Photography: Ansis Starks / all images copyright and courtesy of the artist and kim? Contemporary Art Centre, Riga At the heart of Evelīna Deičmane’s third solo show at Kim? Contemporary Art Centre lies a deeply personal/sensitive concern – which nevertheless remains…

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  • Apparatus 22 at Suprainfinit Gallery 

    Apparatus 22 at Suprainfinit Gallery 

    Artist: Apparatus 22  Title: Of Pleasure: The Learnings and Strange Fortunes of Atletica Ideal  Venue: Suprainfinit Gallery , Bucharest, Romania The solo exhibition of the art collective Apparatus 22 at Suprainfinit Gallery is a truly daring proposal for a major leap into the future ~ the unknown ~ utopia, in order to bring into dialogue fresh…

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  • Karolina Jabłońska at Raster Gallery

    Karolina Jabłońska at Raster Gallery

    Artists: Karolina Jabłońska Title: Cold Venue: Raster Gallery, Warszaw Cold. Cold prevails outside. Snow has even fallen, and when we open our lips, our breath turns into clouds of fog, quickly rising in the wintry air. When it blows harder, locks of hair stick to the face. Snowflakes fall over the head, hair, eyebrows, and…

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  • Inside Job at Šopa Gallery

    Inside Job at Šopa Gallery

    Artists: Inside Job / Ula Lucińska & Michał Knychaus Title: Whispers from the Cracked Horizon Venue: Šopa Gallery,  Košice Curator: Michal Stolárik Photos: Tatiana Takáčová Indistinct whispering gradually merges into background noise. Only familiar references, shapes, colours and materials remain, activating memories, ambiguous emotions and flashbacks of nostalgia for situations yet to be experienced. An…

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  • Klára Hosnedlová at Lyon Biennale 2022

    Klára Hosnedlová at Lyon Biennale 2022

    Artist: Klára Hosnedlová Title: 16th Lyon Biennale manifesto of fragility Curators: Sam Bardaouil and Till Fellrath Venue: Lyon Biennale, Fagor Factories, Lyon, France Photos: all images copyright and courtesy of the artists and ©Lyon Biennale Klára Hosnedlová’s corporeal, immersive installations address utopian visions and imagine our future, post-nature selves. Interweaving architectural elements with performance, sculpture and also…

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  • Laura Põld and Andres Tolts at Kogo Gallery

    Laura Põld and Andres Tolts at Kogo Gallery

    Artists: Laura Põld, Andres ToltsCurator: Šelda Puķīte Title: Common Threads, Polar Bear and Elephant Venue: Kogo Gallery, Tartu Photos: Marje Eelma This year’s final exhibition at Kogo Gallery is by Laura Põld and the late Estonian art classic Andres Tolts (1949–2014). Although they represent two different generations and the histories attached to them, both seem…

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  • Nika Kupyrova at Bildraum

    Nika Kupyrova at Bildraum

    Artist: Nika Kupyrova Title: Woman in Green Text by Kathrin Heinrich Photography by Janine Schranz Video installation by Gerald Zahn and Nika Kupyrova Venue: Bildraum, Vienna Crime and Embellishment A scene is set: the swimming pool glistening in the fractured sunlight of an unsettled autumn day, leaves strewn about the cobblestone ground, the doors of…

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  • Group show at Pragovka Gallery

    Group show at Pragovka Gallery

    Artists: Veronika Šrek Bromová, Petra Čížková, Viktor Fuček, Julia Gryboś a Barbora Zentková, Eliška Hanuš a Haštal Hapka, Vendula Chalánková, Petra Janda, Pille-Riin Jaik a Nazira Karimi, ka3ka3, Maud Kotasová, Tomas Kotík a Daniel Vlček, Judita Levitnerová, Petr Lysáček, Kristýna Manchart, Martina Nosková, Lucie Nováčková, Martin Pondělíček, Pavel Příkaský, Eva Rotreklová, Tomáš Samek, Denisa Půbalová, Ladislav…

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  • 7th Vilnius Biennial of Ceramic Art “(Al)chemy”

    7th Vilnius Biennial of Ceramic Art “(Al)chemy”

    Title: The (Al)chemists of time or a monumental wordBiennial’s artistic director: Agnė Šemberaitė.Coordinators: Rūta Šipalytė, Eglė Einikytė-Narkevičienė, Evelina Juncienė, Rasa Justaitė-Gecevičienė, Solveiga Gutautė, Jurga Jasinskaitė, Valdas Pukevičius.Biennial selection committee: Rita Mikučionytė, Monika Patuszyńska, Evelina Januškaitė, Rūta Šipalytė, Rytas JakimavičiusAuthor of the exhibition: Milena PirštelienėOrganizer: Lithuanian Artists’ Association’s Arka GalleryDesign: Mantas Ramanauskas No matter what you…

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  • Group show at eastcontemporary

    Group show at eastcontemporary

    Artists: Ania Bąk, Jakub Czyszczoń, Piotr Bury Łakomy, Inside Job (Ula Lucińska and Michał Knychaus), Daniel Koniusz, Mateusz Sadowski  Title: Minimo uno. Massimo due Venue:  eastcontemporary, Milan Photos: Tiziano Ercoli 1. Fragment (definition): a small separate entity that has been broken off from a larger unity. 2. The existence of a fragment implies the loss…

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