Tag: Eastern European contemporary art scenee


  • GROUP SHOW AT TALLINN ART HALL

    GROUP SHOW AT TALLINN ART HALL

    Artists: Gabriel Abrantes, Hannah Toticki Anbert, Melanie Bonajo, Laura Cemin, Benjamin Crotty, Marijke De Roover, Kyriaki Goni, David Haines, Juliet Jacques, Mahmoud Khaled, Maria Mavropoulou, Lauren Lee McCarthy, Kyle McDonald, Marge Monko, Peter Puklus, Margaret Salmon Curator: Katerina Gregos Title: Modern Love (or Love in the Age of Cold Intimacies) Venue: Tallinn Art Hall, Tallinn […]

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  • Maja Štefančíková and Dana Tomečková At Beastro,Bratislava

    Maja Štefančíková and Dana Tomečková At Beastro,Bratislava

    Artists: Maja Štefančíková a Dana Tomečková Title: Live Gradient Spatial collaboration: Matej Gavula Musical collaboration: Petra Noskaiová Performers: Kristína Miklovičová, Petra Noskaiová, Silvia Sviteková, Terézia Števuliaková, Jozef Vaľo Photos: Šimon Parec Live Gradient                               Composition for color   y   ue i  a  o ou    a   e […]

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  • GROUP SHOW AT A Promise of Kneropy, BRATISLAVA

    GROUP SHOW AT A Promise of Kneropy, BRATISLAVA

    Artists: Björnsonova, Cesnak majick society, Joey Holder, Maya Hottarek, Tabita Rezaire, Tai Shani Curator: Ema Hesterová & Denis Kozerawski (APART Collective) Title: To please, to curse, to foretell: A fire crawling out from the windows of a tower Venue: A Promise of Kneropy, Bratislava, Slovakia We survived the winter on sterile rye in the face of […]

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  • iGOR EŠKINJA at kunsthalle Bratislava

    iGOR EŠKINJA at kunsthalle Bratislava

    Artist: Igor Eškinja Title: Exposures Venue: Kunsthalle Bratislava Curator: Tevž Logar The exhibition project that Igor Eškinja has conceptualized for the central hall of the Kunsthalle Bratislava was from the beginning permeated with various uncertainties. These of course, mostly related to the problems and side effects of the pandemic, which has posed a peculiar challenge […]

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  • GROUP SHOW AT MŰTŐ, BUDAPEST

    GROUP SHOW AT MŰTŐ, BUDAPEST

    Artists: Jakub Choma, Nina Galić, Kata M. Kállai, Dominik Styk, Michaela Švédová,  Marie Vařeková  Curators: Lili Agg, Zsófia Kókai Title: Please, Mind The Gap  Venue: MŰTŐ, Budapest Photo: Gergely Ofner The concept of the exhibition revolves around the topic of transition that refers, on the one hand, to the current state of MŰTŐ as an […]

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  • EVA KOŤÁTKOVÁ at Kunsthalle Bratislava

    EVA KOŤÁTKOVÁ at Kunsthalle Bratislava

    Artist: Eva Koťátková Curator: Jen Kratochvil Title: Get Used to My Body, I Live Quite Comfortably in It Venue: Kunsthalle LAB, Bratislava Photo: Kunsthalle Bratislava / Adam Šakový Czech, internationally renowned artist, Eva Koťátková’s first solo exhibition at Kunsthalle Bratislava – stepping into the complex web of ongoing relations in the square – is presented on […]

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  • Dejan Kaludjerović at Center for Contemporary Arts Celje

    Dejan Kaludjerović at Center for Contemporary Arts Celje

    Artist: Dejan Kaludjerović Curator: Maja Hodošček Title: umm, otherwise I don’t really know Venue: Center for Contemporary Arts Celje, Likovni salon Gallery Photo: Dejan Kaludjerović, Gorizia Dejan Kaludjerović expresses himself through various media, from painting, drawing, video and sound to installation. His projects are ongoing and develop over several years as separate parts of a series. […]

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  • Anetta Mona Chişa & Lucia TkáčovÁ At KunstraumLakeside, Klagenfurt

    Anetta Mona Chişa & Lucia TkáčovÁ At KunstraumLakeside, Klagenfurt

    Artists: Anetta Mona Chişa & Lucia Tkáčová Curators: Franz Thalmair and Gudrun Ratzinger Title: havoC, anaeMia, A tacticaL knoT, us Venue: Kunstraum Lakeside, Klagenfurt Photo: artist and Kunstraum Lakeside “How does time flow? Is the past pushing the future or is the future dragging the past?” Anetta Mona Chişa and Lucia Tkáčová answer their own […]

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  • Why We Build a Research Hub on Ukrainian Contemporary Art

    Why We Build a Research Hub on Ukrainian Contemporary Art

    If we want to be able to understand what Ukrainian art is about and how it has been a driving force for civil society throughout the last 30 years, now is the time to remember. by Björn Geldhof Coming to Ukraine about seven years ago and living here ever since has been a journey filled with […]

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  • Performing for the Camera in Central and Eastern Europe

    Performing for the Camera in Central and Eastern Europe

    Photography provided a guaranteed witness to the burgeoning genre of performance art in the 1960s, when restrictions in Socialist societies sometimes created a far different relationship between performance and documentation than in the West. Art historian Amy Bryzgel highlights several key works of Central and Eastern European performance art from the MoMA Collection. by Amy […]

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  • Eastern Eden?

    Eastern Eden?

    by Simon Hewitt How is East European art developing from a Western European point of view? Where do Western collectors look when they hunt in East? What is the next ‘big thing’ for Western collectors to look for in Eastern Europe? Which countries can become a market focus – and why? Those were the questions fired […]

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  • Public & private (in various degrees of subjectivity)

    Public & private (in various degrees of subjectivity)

    By Nicoleta Papp Aurora Király’s show at Calina Gallery describes a society that is in a continuous conflict, in which themes like “history, hope, trauma, memory, human relationships, the thoughts of a child, garden, the last snow” are strongly related to the language. The art show “Reality Check” takes from the immediate reality three situations that […]

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  • Modernism 4.0. Forever (in)visible

    By Georgiana Cojocaru Via Revista-ARTA Background (from left to right): Esra Oezen, Nachts versteck‘ ich mich im Moskitonetz [At night I hide in the mosquito net], photographs; Michele Bressan, photo archive, object, video (che cosa sono le nuvole, super 8, 1’33’’, 2010). Photo credits MNAC (photo by Larisa Sitar) The second chapter of the exhibition […]

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  • Kumu Hits. Contemporary Art from the Collection of the Art Museum of Estonia

    Kumu Hits. Contemporary Art from the Collection of the Art Museum of Estonia

    Q&A with exhibition’s curator Kati Ilves via Arterritory.com Kumu, 5th floor, the Gallery of Contemporary Art April 8 – August 28, 2016 Being the largest art museum in the Baltics, and one of the largest in Northern Europe, the KUMU Art Museum is seen as the region’s most notable buyer of contemporary art, as well […]

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  • Easttopics

    ABOUT THE PROJECT Easttopics is a non-profit initiative launched in 2013, led by young art professionals based in Hungary and Serbia and dedicated to the promotion of the Eastern European contemporary art field. Working as a think tank for the Eastern European art communities, Easttopics is a genuinely interdisciplinary cooperative which goal is to draw […]

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