Category: exhibitions


  • Áron Lőrincz at Longtermhandstand

    Áron Lőrincz at Longtermhandstand

    Artist: Áron LőrinczExhibition title: SuccubusVenue: Longtermhandstand, BudapestCurator: Peter BenczeText by Bettina BencePhotography:  All images copyright and courtesy of the artists and Longtermhandstand, Budapest Áron Lőrincz finds the themes of his paintings mainly in the world of beliefs, legends and supernatural phenomena and examines their social and scientific explanations in the context of the age. The truth is legitimized […]

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  • Group show at Eugster || Belgrade

    Group show at Eugster || Belgrade

    Artists: Flaka Haliti, Saša Tkačenko, Bojan ŠarčevićTitle: PredatoryVenue: Eugster|| BelgradeCurator: Natalija Paunić,with additional text by Mira Gaćina With its title, the show at Eugster || Belgrade points to a key question of our time, zooming in on the role of the Predator, the supposed peak of the food chain. Can we simply identify our current relationship […]

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  • Miķelis Mūrnieks & Karlīna Mežecka At LOW

    Miķelis Mūrnieks & Karlīna Mežecka At LOW

    Artists: Miķelis Mūrnieks, Karlīna MežeckaTitle: Security PatternsVenue: LOW, Riga, LatviaCurator: Žanete LiekītePhotos: Filips Smits, David Ashley Kerr Reflecting upon the spiritual vs. functional consolation of security, the artists have taken on the deconstruction of a rather mundane architectural detail of the urban environment – window grilles. These meditations on security structures reveal preposterous rituals that […]

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  • Group show at Easttopics

    Group show at Easttopics

    Artists: LEGION- Borsos Lőrinc feat. Lakatos Gelléri Barnabás, Laura Pöld, Ádám Ulbert Title: Global crises, local relationships Curator: Fruzsina Kigyós Photos: Dávid Bíró, Áron Wéber As the role and place of art has been continuously redefined in recent times, the exhibition series entitled Global Crises, Local Relationships aims to bring regional artists of the youngest […]

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  • Group show, Bucharest

    Group show, Bucharest

    Artists: Apparatus 22, Alex Bodea, Ștefan Botez, Hortensia Mi Kafchin, Katja Lee Eliad, Sebastian Moldovan, Ioana Nemeș, Adrian Oncu, Sorin Oncu, Veda Popovici.Title: YOU FEEL ∼ AND DRIFT ∼ AND SINGVenue 2-3-4: Suprainfinit Gallery, THE INSTITUTE, Switch Lab BucharestCurators: KILOBASE BUCHAREST – Dragoș Olea (also TRIUMF AMIRIA’s visual art curator) and Sandra Demetrescu (also chief […]

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  • Group show at Combinatul Fondului Plastic, Bucharest

    Group show at Combinatul Fondului Plastic, Bucharest

    Artists: : Apparatus 22, Alex Bodea, Ștefan Botez, Patrick Brăila, Cornel Brudașcu, Irina Bujor, Liviu Bulea, Andrei Chintilă, Lorena Cocioni, Raluca Ilaria Demetrescu, Georgiana Dobre & Kjersti Vetterstad, Paul Dunca / Paula Dunker, Julio Elvisey Pisică, Vergine Santa Frida, Alex Horghidan, Limba semnelor de întrebare / The Language of Question Marks, Luca Istodor, Hortensia Mi […]

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  • Petra Feriancová AT ZAHORIAN & VAN ESPEN Bratislava

    Petra Feriancová AT ZAHORIAN & VAN ESPEN Bratislava

    Artist: Petra FeriancováTitle: Domain: WaterVenue: ZAHORIAN & VAN ESPEN Bratislava Domain: WaterTell me about those Antigone’s eyes. Grieving, yet set to seeher intention through.For a year, the isolation grew.Only those pages kept heron track.Almost as Francesca da Rimini,but with a lot of Cassandra’s style sentiment. Old those men of the olden days.Byron, Shelley, Stendhal,or Winckelmann.And […]

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  • Inside Job at Lily Robert, Paris

    Inside Job at Lily Robert, Paris

    Artist: Inside JobTitle: In FlamesVenue: Lily Robert, ParisText: Indira BéraudPhotos: Aurélien Mole At a galloping pace, raging fires mark the landscape like a red-hot iron. Soils are scorched, skies painted with toxic smoke. With this before us, no one can ignore the impact of climate change. An upward trend of conflagration risk rings loud and […]

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  • Štefan Papčo at ZAHORIAN & VAN ESPEN

    Štefan Papčo at ZAHORIAN & VAN ESPEN

    Artist: Štefan PapčoTitle: Where I Have Been NotVenue: ZAHORIAN & VAN ESPEN, PragueCurator: Simona Dvořáková

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  • Šárka Koudelová at Karlin Studios, Prague

    Šárka Koudelová at Karlin Studios, Prague

    Artist: Šárka KoudelováGuests: Néphéli Barbas, Nika Kupyrova, Merav Kamel & Halil Balabin, Eliška Konečná, Jan Matýsek, Marie Raffn, David Pinkava, Monika ŽákováVenue: Karlin Studios, PraguePhoto: Anna Pleslová The exhibition project II: The Meek One is the second chapter in a three-part series that aims to capture themes that resonate today, as well as presenting an […]

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  • Grzegorz Demczuk at Karlin Studios, Prague

    Grzegorz Demczuk at Karlin Studios, Prague

    Artist: Grzegorz DemczukTitle: SlapstickCurator: Lukas HofmannVenue: Karlin Studios As they say, there are lessons to be found in failure. The need to intellectually process and define everything that contemporary art often exerts can become a consuming errand – failing then poses as a therapeutic device. Likewise, in this show, failure acts as a process of […]

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  • Tanja Muravskaja at Kogo Gallery, Tartu

    Tanja Muravskaja at Kogo Gallery, Tartu

    Artist: Tanja MuravskajaTitle: Abstract GardenVenue: Kogo Gallery, TartuText: Elnara TaidrePhoto: Tanja Muravskaja The last exhibition of the year at Kogo Gallery, based in Tartu, Estonia is Abstract Garden, a solo show of Tanja Muravskaja, an Estonian photo, video and installation artist. In the current polarised society, the artist, who is known for her earlier political […]

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  • Julia Gryboś and Barbora Zentková at TIC gallery, Brno

    Julia Gryboś and Barbora Zentková at TIC gallery, Brno

    Artists: Julia Gryboś and Barbora ZentkováTitle: Tea Bags on EyelidsVenue: TIC gallery, BrnoText: Ivana Hrončeková and Marika KupkováPhoto: Polina DavydenkoSound Performance: Jan Tomáš Another exhibition in the exhibition cycle by Barbora Zentková and Julie Gryboś focuses on the theme of collective fatigue and exhaustion. Each following exhibition carries clues from the previous one. Rather than […]

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  • Merike Estna at Bosse & Baum, London

    Merike Estna at Bosse & Baum, London

    Artist: Merike Estna Title: The House of the Tragic Poet Venue: BOSSE & BAUM, London Exhibition text: Caterina Avataneo Photos: Damian Griffiths The House of the Tragic Poet is one of the most famous Roman dwellings of Pompeii. Despite its modest size it still preserves some of the finest mosaics of the archeological site, among […]

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  • Sári Ember at Šopa Gallery

    Sári Ember at Šopa Gallery

    Artist: Sári Ember Title: They’re all poses, adequate to different ends* Curator: Borbála Soós Venue: Šopa Gallery The content of this class shall be bodies, animate and inanimate…– Yvonne Rainer, Lecture on Moving from Three Distributions Our own bodies, which are primarily composed of water, elucidate the problemof thinking about bodies in binaristic terms as […]

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