The group exhibition project Hay, Straw, Dump was prepared by the Jindřich Chalupecký Society for the spaces of the Václav Špála Gallery. The exhibition is a look back at Zorka Ságlová's iconic installation for the exhibition Somewhere Something (also featuring Jan Ságl, Běla Kolářová, and Jiří Kolář), which was presented at the Václav Špála Gallery in 1969 under the dramaturgical direction of Jindřich Chalupecký.

The 2022 Kiefer Hablitzel | Göhner Art Prize was awarded to the Geneva-based artist Camille Kaiser. The art prize includes a solo exhibition with publication at the Aargauer Kunsthaus. For this show, the artist examines events at the time of Algeria’s independence. She approaches them from the perspective of “grand gestures” and “small gestures” in order to question decolonization and its missing images. 

For his second show at Bombon, multidisciplinary Spanish artist Josep Maynou presents a series of new and old works made of found, gifted or appropriated objects. With the cheeky title ‚Chuletas‘, which means as much as cheat codes, the artist unites a flock of text and film based works alongside his trademark surrealistic objects readymades that read themselves ‚life captions‘ of the everyday.

Rodrigo Hernández's solo exhibition at P////AKT Amsterdam.

Zbyněk Baladrán's exhibition is curated by Daniel Grúň at The Július Koller Society in Bratislava.