Katharina Hölzl and Eugen Wist at Foundation Vienna.
Arzanà is the name of a cultural Venetian association that for years has attended on the transmission of the nautical tradition in the lagoon and it is owner of a small museum into which numerous object are preserved, deposit of the past, shapes loaded with potential that staying in their magnificent disuse yearn for an overflow of new and renewed appearances.
A speciﬁc relation of time and space is the leitmotif of the presented exhibition. The artist transfers the ﬂeeting form of the sketch into durable material creating the objects that are the memory of landscape. It draws attention to the rapidly occurring changes in the environment in the era of uncontrolled human expansion.
The exhibited paintings of Martin Lukáč (1989) represent two styles of his work in two large series.
Jiří Procházka solo exhibition at White Pearl Gallery in Prague.
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