The colorful fabrics in Gili Avissar's works are sewn into extensive installations. They hang from scaffolding and divide the space like walls. Other shapes emerge from the objects, they are filled, connected or weighted down with ropes and strings in the room. The patterns and textures of the different fabrics come together in the installations to form shimmering collages.
Gaby and Wilhelm Schürmann do not see their collection as just private property or a prestige object, but rather as an item of cultural value that needs exchange with the public. Their collection has been constantly growing since the late 1970s, and it provides an incomparable view of the development of contemporary art from the 1980s onward.
The exhibition Photo/Politics/Austria embarks on a photographic journey through the past one hundred years of Austrian history, using single images and image series that put unique events, historical upheaval, and sociopolitical shifts in a nutshell. Simultaneously, it traces the evolution of photography and the diversity of its formats in which it has been used in the course of these one hundred years.
Art+Text Budapest presents 'confuseless', its new group exhibition which showcases, for the first time in the gallery, four young emerging artists: Melinda Dovák, Erika Fábián, Zsófia Jauernik, and Mónika Kárándi.
A workshop-performance within the frame of 'Crisis What Crisis' performance festival in Budapest. Concept by Imre Bokányi and Zsófia Jauernik, participants: Bernadett Csontos, Balázs Kellner, Eszter Márkus, Jessica Lea Miley, Tamás Pál.
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