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Pavla Sceranková — From the Cycle A Visit Home, Enough and to Spare

Pavla Sceranková — From the Cycle A Visit Home, Enough and to Spare

The work from the cycle Visit Home (Enough and to Spare) belongs among a larger series of objects that was first presented during the exhibition of finalists of the Oskár Čepan Prize in 2010. The point of departure for the series are childhood recollections where the author examines and demystifies paying visits as a social phenomenon...

Maximilián Schurmann, Old Man

Maximilián Schurmann, Old Man

Holding in a hand and examining more than a100 year old drawing by Max Schurmann, the portrait of the old man on a yellowish paper, a charcoal drawing from 1907, from the period when Maximilián was the freshmen at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna..

Gustáv Adolf Schüle, Nitra Castle

Gustáv Adolf Schüle, Nitra Castle

Artists in the past centuries, more than at present, were attracted by panoramic views of Nitra and its dominant, the castle of Nitra...

Anetta Mona Chişa a Lucia Tkáčová — Dialectics of Subjection # 1 /Holiday Video/

Anetta Mona Chişa a Lucia Tkáčová — Dialectics of Subjection # 1 /Holiday Video/

In 2000, already during their studies at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design, Anetta Mona Chisa and Lucia Tkáčová started their joint projects. Over a decade this creative tandem has established themselves successfully on the Slovak and international scene...

Veronika Šramatyová — From archives (Biennale Venezia) 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

Veronika Šramatyová — From archives (Biennale Venezia) 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

In a series of six gouaches titled From Archives (Venice Biennale), Veronika Šramatyová continues her strategy of not using painting as a tool for self-expression ...

Ester Šimerová-Martinčeková, Still-life

Ester Šimerová-Martinčeková, Still-life

Ester Šimerová-Martinčeková, often called the first lady of the Slovak painting, was devoted to painting in which she was mainly familiar with the synthetic and late cubism of the 1910s and 1920s, but she also worked with scenic art, book illustration and poster. The prevailing motifs in her work are still-lives, figural compositions, landscape and nature...

Dezider Tóth (Monogramista T·D), Etui III.

Dezider Tóth (Monogramista T·D), Etui III.

The work Etui III. Belongs to the multiplex series of etuis, which started to be established in 1997, in the artist´t period of life when his father was dying. Tóth concentrates his attention on the etui, an outed form, or a cover that covers all things, those ordinary and banal ones...

Dorota Sadovská — Short corporal dictionary of saints

Dorota Sadovská — Short corporal dictionary of saints

The cycle of 9 acrylic paintings Krátky telesný slovník svätých/Short corporal dictionary of saints is designed as a modern visual lexicon of saints. As the title says, it is not a depiction of figures as such, but rather a presentation of the attributes which possess the form of fragments of the human body...

Martin Sedlák — Window 04

Martin Sedlák — Window 04

Window 04 belongs to the series of artwork in which the author uses the principle of the historical trompe l´oeil (optical illusion), but he works with the contemporary artistic means – artificial light- with the aim to achieve the illusory effects...

Rudolf Sikora, from cycle Malevich’s grave

Rudolf Sikora, from cycle Malevich’s grave

The serigraphy from the cycle Malevičov hrob/Malevic´s grave belongs to the large open series of works with author´s reaction to the work of the Russian avant-garde artist, the founder of suprematism, Kazimir Malevič...