As usual, Futura – Centre for Contemporary Art holds three exhibitions on a monthly basis. Since the last visit, this place refreshed not only the artists, but it also changed the space by moving some of the walls to evoke a sense of something new. Of course, it is associated with the placement of certain… Read More A Future Threat of Futura
Hunt Kastner is now black and white. Or is it Jan Šerých who is black and white? Šerých is black and the gallery is white. (Do not even try to look for racism here!) LIMBO is the name of an exhibition, which consists of the paintings and video installations. Some of these works are just… Read More LIMBO – Jan Šerých – Hunt Kastner – March 12 – May 14, 2016
There are more than one hundred synagogues in Slovakia and one of them is located in a town Trnava. This synagogue is now restored into a gallery, which is very well-known for its many interesting projects. The Ján Koniarik Gallery is a centre for contemporary art, and it also became an example of site-specific art,… Read More Who does bring the new art into the old synagogue?
While reading this blog, try to listen to this. Modernism, Postmodernism, Contemporary art. Kazimir Malevich, Ad Reinhardt, Daniel Vlček. What do these artists have in common? This question can be answered by the Prague’s Školská 28 Gallery, which offers us an exhibition Speed Index. Reinhardt and Malevich discovered a beauty of blackness that… Read More Daniel Vlček’s sounds have black color
The relativity of time was always one the most discussed topics within philosophy, and its uncertainty as well as its importance are often depicted by different kinds of art. One of the artists, who invites us to dream and contemplate about time as such, is Ragnar Kjartansson. The work of this painter and performance artist… Read More Time started to sing in the Prague’s National Gallery
Galerie VI PER is a very new gallery in Prague’s Karlín and it was an honor to see its first exhibition, which is called Místo monumentu (The Place of a Monument). The curator of this project, Anežka Bartlová is trying to connect the ideas of several artworks to point out that “monuments undeniably have their… Read More Monuments moved to see a new gallery