Šimon Chovan is a visual artist and designer who belongs to the youngest generation of artists at the contemporary art scene. His work critically reflects upon our growing addiction to new and sophisticated technologies that define these times. He is interested in the way society, nature and the world work and our place in it, but also in our interaction with entities outside of the human realm.
The goal of the FOCUS acquisition exhibition is to present the artists of a younger and middle generation whose works were added to the gallery collection fund over the period of the last two years. We specifically concentrate on artists whose work has never been a part of the gallery fund before.
Karol Felix’s art is miscellaneous, just like his themes and expression language. It is a story of an artist following his light. Honestly, patiently, gracefully. It is open to communication, but does not take into account the viewer’s taste. It rejects nonchalance, endless repetition of established patterns and riding on previous accomplishments. Which is one of the things that makes it true.
An exhibition by the students of Art Education at the Department of Creative Arts and Art Education at the Faculty of Education at Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra.
Jana Mináriková spent two years going on hunting trips. In the spring, summer, autumn and also winter. She would take pictures of hunting towers all over Slovakia.
The exhibition project Into the Nature of the Gallery? is a kind of a (post/humane) contemplation on the behaviour, status and perception of the individual (artist/man). The Nitra Gallery visitor will be confronted with traces (metaphors) of nature that have been brought into the gallery in the form of artistic artefacts.
Eeny Meeny is a miniature exhibition project based on the curator’s testament which is explored through various layers of meanings. He reflects upon the circularity of his own and the society’s, articulated in his subjective search for the breaking point we can identify ourselves with in today’s world.
Human body can be very much like architecture. The skeleton and body mass represent its structural frame while the organs work as functional units – rooms, while the skin is its facade...
Robert Bielik’s (1963) solo exhibition is his first presentation in Nitra Gallery’s Representative Halls...
How safe and hidden is the place where artists keep their sources of inspiration? And what is it that is safely hidden and which serves as the actual inspiration for the artist’s creative process?