The first Tallinn Biennial kicks off in Estonian capital on 2 July 2020 and aims to fill the gap, geographically and institutionally, between the Kaunas, Riga and Helsinki Biennials. Tallinn Biennial will attract international attention to the local scene, present the work of artists to a broader public and through a curatorial standpoint will speak of issues relevant for today.
Horizont Gallery restarts its programme with a solo exhibition by Rudolf Pacsika in Budapest.
Group exhibition with works by ATTALAI Gábor, GÉMES Péter, Vera MOLNAR, SZÍJ Kamilla, TÜRK Péter at Vintage Gallery In Budapest.
Peter Cvik's solo show at White & Weiss Contemporary Art Gallery in Bratislava.
NEVVEN is proud to present Alles in Seinen Rahmen a solo show by German artist Erik Esso featuring new wall based sculptures presented digitally in the off—site setting of an abandoned industrial complex in Leipzig. The show is part of the NEVVEN ON SITE program.
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