“What clearer evidendnce could we have about the different formation of these rocks, and the long interval which separated their formation, had we actually seen them emerging from the bosom of the deep?... The mind seemed to grow giddy by looking so far into the abyss of time.” With its paradoxical combination of scientific and lyric attitude, this quotation from the work of James Hutton perfectly represents the creative approach of the Finnish artist Hanna Råst (1986).
Filip Dvořák and Martin Kolarov's Age Of No Heroes exhibition at FAVU Gallery in Brno.
Å+ is pleased to announce that for the second time the two Swiss artists Roman Gysin and Patric Sandri created an exhibition at the gallery. For this new season - according to the ambiguous exhibition title «Neuer Staffel» (engl.: New Season) - the two artists have proposed an exhibition concept based on dialogue: Their collaboration started long before the exhibition began,with a conversation that lasted several weeks and now found its form at Å+ in the dialogical juxtaposition of the works.
acb Gallery presents a representative selection of Endre Tót’s cycle entitled Layout Paintings, created between 1988 and 1991. Tót’s Layout Paintings can, in every respect, be regarded as a novelty both by professional circles and by public audiences; this is their first appearance since their original presentation at the Galerie Ucher of Cologne, almost thirty years ago, in 1991.
From August 2019 to July 2020, Dóra Maurer, a Hungarian fine artist, has a retrospective exhibition at Tate Modern in London. The artist was born in 1937 and her work can be characterized by mathematical thinking, geometric systems, curved planes and a peculiar use of color/space. Despite her prominent talents, to get into one of the world's leading contemporary institutions is a very complex process which requires the work of many other people. Attila Pőcze, head of the Vintage Gallery, has been representing Dóra Maurer in the art world for many years. On the occasion of this retrospective we spoke to him about their collaboration and the importance of this exhibit at Tate Modern.
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