Tag: Eastern European contemporary art scenee


  • FaceOrFactory at Aksioma Project Space

    FaceOrFactory at Aksioma Project Space

    Artists: FaceOrFactory (Aljaz Rudolf and Eva Smrekar) Title: The Face of Corporate Building Venue: Aksioma | Project Space, Ljubljana Photos: Miha Fras The Face of Corporate Building is a research project that explores various strategies of formulating narratives and specific rhetorical patterns that are crucial in creating artistic NFT platforms. The process of documenting and […]

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  • OPEN CALL Pályázati felhívás fiatal magyar származású női alkotók számára   A Katarzyna Kozyra Alapítvány (Lengyelország) és közreműködő partnerei örömmel hívják fel a figyelmet egy nyílt pályázati lehetőségre a pályafutásuk kezdetén lévő, fiatal női alkotók számára. A felhívás a Secondary Archive – közép-kelet-európai nőművészek online archívumában való részvételre vonatkozik. A platform nemzetközi információforrásként szolgál a régió […]

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  • Group show at VUNU Gallery

    Group show at VUNU Gallery

    Artists: Matouš Kašpar, Adrian Altman and Zuzana Svatik Title: Decompose me, decompose you curator: Nikolas Bernath Venue: VUNU Gallery, Košice, Slovakia The name of the exhibition “Decompose me, decompose you“ is an excerpt of the lyrics of the song “BoyLife in EU” by Swedish rapper Yung Lean. The show was planned months ago so in […]

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  • Marie Lukáčová & Valentýna Janů at Galerie NoD

    Marie Lukáčová & Valentýna Janů at Galerie NoD

    Title:MARIE & VALENTÝNAArtists: Marie Lukáčová & Valentýna JanůCurator: Pavel KubesaVenue: Galerie NoDPhoto: Michal Ureš Video Credits: Directed by: Marie Lukáčová & Valentýna JanůMusic by: Filip KrausLyrics: Marie Lukáčová & Valentýna Janů, Filip KrausDOP: Kryštof Hlůže2nd camera: Anežka HorováChoreography: Monina NevrláDancers: Monina Nevrlá, Janny Smejkal, Valentýna JanůColour Grading: Branko AvramovskiEditors: Marie Lukáčová & Valentýna JanůAssistants: Štěpán […]

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  • Iva Krupicová, Pavel Šimíček at Studio PRÁM

    Iva Krupicová, Pavel Šimíček at Studio PRÁM

    Artist: Iva Krupicová, Pavel ŠimíčekTitle: Paradox of the Simply DisciplineCurator: Šárka KoudelováVenue: Studio PRÁM, Prague The works of Iva Krupicová and Pavel Šimíček are typical for their non-figural expression. It even seems that certain disinterest is part of the aim of both artists. As if they were both looking for a form that denies any […]

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  • Group show at A Promise of Kneropy

    Group show at A Promise of Kneropy

    Artist: Boris Ondreička, Ján Ballx, Jozef Mrva ml., APART Title: Abysses Venue: A Promise of Kneropy, Bratislava “He who fights with monsters might take care lest he thereby become a monster. And if you gaze for long into an abyss, the abyss gazes also into you.” – Nietzsche (Beyond Good and Evil: Prelude to a Philosophy […]

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  • Jasmina cibic at Museum der Moderne Salzburg

    Jasmina cibic at Museum der Moderne Salzburg

    Artist: Jasmina Cibic Exhibition title: Most Favoured Nation Curator: Marijana Schneider Photo: Rainer Iglar Venue: Museum der Moderne Salzburg In her multimedia works, artist and filmmaker Jasmina Cibic (Ljubljana, SI,1979) explores the intertwinements of state power, culture, and gender constructs. Cibic looks at historical events from a feminist perspective and examines the visual strategies which […]

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  • Kadri Liis Rääk at Hoib Gallery

    Kadri Liis Rääk at Hoib Gallery

    Artist: Kadri Liis RääkExhibition title: XarkaadiaVenue: Hoib galerii, TallinnCurator: Marika Agu Kadri Liis Rääk (1990) is an artist combining the methods of scenography and new media, creating total and tactile environments. At the heart of her practice sits the idea of empowering the senses through the use of various materials. Kadri Liis treats her pieces […]

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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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  • 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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  • Peter Kašpar at A Promise of Kneropy

    Peter Kašpar at A Promise of Kneropy

    Artist: Peter Kašpar Title: Liquid Being Venue: A Promise of Kneropy, Bratislava Curator: Ema Hesterová & Denis Kozerawski (APART Collective) The complexity of the development pace of technological progress and artificial intelligence forces us to often resort to simplification, categorization and to understand the current situation through binary optics. We have the impression that humans and technologies […]

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  • Pakui Hardware At eastcontemporary

    Pakui Hardware At eastcontemporary

    Artist: Pakui Hardware Title: THE HOST Venue: eastcontemporary, Milan Curator: eastcontemporary Photo: courtesy of the artist, carlier The night before I was supposed to meet Pakui Hardware I had a strange dream. Perhaps it would be better to call it an extrasensory experience. I was staying in a modern hotel in the city centre of Vilnius. […]

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  • Maja Babič Košir at ravnikar gallery

    Maja Babič Košir at ravnikar gallery

    Artist: Maja Babič Košir  Title: TURNMEON Venue: Ravnikar Gallery Space, Ljubljana Curator: Piera Ravnikar Photo: Mario Zupanov Visual artist Maja Babič Košir, sculptor and painter, curiously blurs the boundaries between mediums in her new series of artworks, which includes paintings, drawings and large-scale collages, as well as sculptural works and spatial installations. The artist’s intuitive creative […]

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  • Curatorial residency

    Curatorial residency

    The East Call Curatorial Residency offers a unique opportunity for emerging curators to gain a comprehensive insight in the Hungarian and Slovakian contemporary art scene by examining its characteristics and understanding them in a broader, regional context. East Call is an intensive 2-week program that focuses on the status and practice of artists, contemporary curatorial […]

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