eins Gallery is pleased to present Peter Eramian’s solo exhibition Play Me.
With Regrouping, Ramaya Tegegne continues her inquiry into the dominant mechanisms of art by observing its economy, circulation, historicization as well as the power relations by which the field of art is constituted and sustained. For her solo exhibition at Kevin Space, Tegegne sources from a range of art history and film, thereby shifting her focus onto the practices of activist artists and collectives.
The presentation of artists of several generations and diverse artistic approaches is always an opportunity to revise established categories and the vocabulary of practice tested by history. The relations between the works from the most extensive selection from the Fait Gallery collection so far are thus showed in regard to the relative borders of defining terms, the works of art and the viewer.
In his artistic practice based on alternative strategies of storytelling, the Bratislava based artist András Cséfalvay seeks new perspectives on the functioning of knowledge and language, as well as on the effects of science on our interpretation of reality in his solo show at the Trafó Gallery in Budapest.
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