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Miroslava Podmanická — Spaces, PrieSTORY and Mini-Spaces

Miroslava Podmanická — Spaces, PrieSTORY and Mini-Spaces

Mira Podmanická represents a generation of young Slovak sculptors whose work connects fine art with techniques that belong mostly to the territory of applied arts...

Karol Pichler: from the Ties series

Karol Pichler: from the Ties series

Karol Pichler entered the art scene in the mid 1980s. Despite studying applied arts, he has presented his work at most of the important curated exhibitions of contemporary Slovak visual art...

(SK) Monika Pascoe Mikyšková: Zo série Skrz na skrz

(SK) Monika Pascoe Mikyšková: Zo série Skrz na skrz

(SK) Autorka, v tejto sérii ako i vo väčšine svojej tvorby spracúva témy lásky, sklamania, zraniteľnosti, či rodiny a partnerských vzťahov.

František Viktor Podolay, Lonely Tree

František Viktor Podolay, Lonely Tree

Astounding beauty of landscape is always exhilarating. To be embraced by it, to examine its colour scale and diversity, where every plant...

Martin Piaček — Touching the Hero

Martin Piaček — Touching the Hero

In the cycle of digital prints Touching the Hero the author works with collected objects – relics of Slovak historical figures: Juraj Jánošík, Ľudovít Štúr, Milan Rastislav Štefánik a Alexander Dubček, which are placed in the collections of the Slovak National Museum in Bratislava and Martin...

Vladimír Popovič — Relocation

Vladimír Popovič — Relocation

The picture Relocation belongs to paintings from the period of so-called “greys” which are characteristic by the minimization of colour scheme expressing the author's gloomy feeling as a result of the political and social reality occurring in Czechoslovakia after the occupation of the country by the Warsaw Pact troops in 1968...

Rastislav Podoba — Tide

Rastislav Podoba — Tide

Rastislav Podoba is one of the remarkable representatives among young Slovak painters. He, in contrast to some other members of his generation ...

Milan Paštéka, Meeting

Milan Paštéka, Meeting

espite the fact that the oil painting Stretnutie/Meeting depicts the figural scenes (two figures and a motif of a horse) the author pays attention especially to the capturing of the atmosphere. The robust figures without face, with minimum indication of their eyes and mouth, are being reduced into features. It is a stylized depiction with existential undertone.