Gallery Weekend Budapest – a contemporary art festival organized by the Association of Hungarian Contemporary Galleries with the support of the Municipality of Budapest and B. Braun – will once again take place this September.
In a scenario dominated by the closure of national borders, by racial fear and suspicion, by cultural and sexual prejudices, SAGG NAPOLI's research questions the concepts of productivity, self-control and achievement, as well as those of cultural inferiorization, subordination, subjectification, hierarchy and becoming.
The Signs in the Sky project represents the latest artworks by Łukasz Patelczyk. The artist offers a summary of all the issues he has been most interested in, over the last few years.
In the early years of Henie Onstad Kunstsenter`s history, various rooms that were not designed for art were used for artistic projects; Høvik Ballet danced in the lobby,
The exhibition is based on the social and critical theory of Zygmunt Bauman (1925-2017) that speaks about ‚Liquid Modernity’ in the book with the same title published in 2000 in Cambridge.
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