The group exhibition - curated by Michal Stolárik - anchored in the space, history, and the atmosphere of the Trnava Synagogue, is a selection of young and mid generation artists from Slovakia, Hungary, the Czech Republic, and Austria.
The solo exhibition of Nikolett Balázs, an artist of the youngest generation of the Hungarian art scene, articulates our power structures in her textile works. The current selection of the artist’s latest works, entitled Thirsty Well, is a series of dramatic objects and installations that deal with the political and economic attitudes of recent times. How can these power strategies be captured in a multilayered, symbolic story through a sensual and unconventional language?
Anders Dickson's soloshow at PAKT Amsterdam.
The exhibition I Am the Space Where I Am presents the works of young artists who work in close proximity (and affinity) in the workspaces of Studio PRÁM in the Vysočany district of Prague.
In the work of the artist Rita Süveges, painting and artistic research complement each other. The starting point of her work is the evolution of the concept of nature, that is, how the societies of certain ages relate to nature. In recent years, it has manifested itself in a picturesque blend of theories beyond antropocentricism and the digital. She consciously uses the language and culture of the new ecologies.
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