The names André Kertész and György Lőrinczy do not typically occur in the same context in the history of Hungarian photography. While they knew each other – as a photograph of the two of them taken in New York in the 1970s, as well as a postcard bear witness – Kertész and Lőrinczy belonged to different generations.
Minami Nishinaga's exhibiton titled 'I’ll give brownie points to something like Čert 180 g, Loupák pes 60 g, or perhaps Bez omáčky' visualises personal stories of eight anthropomorphic objects from different materials.
Resonare De Audire Flucuts by Kryštof Brůha at Studio PRÁM in Prague.
The group exhibition When the Sick Rule the World brings together the practices of fourteen artists and two collectives that destabilize the dominant conceptions of health, productivity, and ability at Alte Fabrik In Rapperswil.
In Extenso art space presents the first solo show of Nicolas Lamas in France.
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