The discussion on the topic of the upcoming environmental catastrophe and the related themes of sustainable development, nature conservation and ecology have steadily been making their way into Czechia.
Suspension, evanescence, abstraction: these are the first sensations the sculptures of Isabel Alonso Vega evoke. The artist will present her works in Italy for the first time during her next solo show, Senza Fuoco, opening on January 19th at White Noise Gallery, Rome.
Valentýna Janů finds inspiration outside the visual arts: mainly in literature, pop music and, especially, in a social and cultural environment of daily life. While oscillating between physical objects and textual narratives, a situation becomes a key word for Janů’s work; performative act dominates her interdisciplinary vocabulary. Words turn sculptural while texts become compositions within the formal assemblage of speech and writing.
eins Gallery is pleased to present Phanos Kyriacou’s solo exhibition, entitled Garden Sculptures.
viennacontemporary is pleased to announce Johanna Chromik as the new Artistic Director. Johanna Chromik has in-depth experience in the contemporary art gallery landscape, previously holding positions as the director at König Galerie and KOW, both in Berlin.
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