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Exhibitions archive

Tomáš Klepoch — The Cabinet of Banalities

Tomáš Klepoch — The Cabinet of Banalities

It might have also happened to you: wandering through the woods you suddenly noticed an old fridge or a pile of worn out tires lying around in the bushes...

Digital Media/Studio BB<br/>+ Exhibition Concert – Velvet Claws

Digital Media/Studio BB
+ Exhibition Concert – Velvet Claws

Digital Media/Studio BB is an exhibition that presents new and rising artistic strategies at the studio of Digital Media at the Academy of Arts in Banská Bystrica...

Adam Šakový — 1987

Adam Šakový — 1987

Šakový invites us to join his painting research...

Selection of the Nitra Gallery’s Acquisitions (2011 — 2016)

Selection of the Nitra Gallery’s Acquisitions (2011 — 2016)

The exhibition presents a selection of acquisitions for the Nitra Gallery’s collection...

Tomáš Kajánek: Liberate me

Tomáš Kajánek: Liberate me

The Liberate Me exhibition is based on the theme of inconvenient information being blocked by the society...

COPY(20)RIDE

COPY(20)RIDE

Nitra Gallery’s extensive exhibition titled Copy (20) Ride will present the latest works of 26 contemporary Slovak and Czech visual artists who have graduated from departments of graphic art, sculpture and spacial media or they work as educators...

Afterlife

Afterlife

The Afterlife project presents the current state and a selection of works by students of the Studio of Graphics and Experimental Arts at Department of Fine Arts and Intermedia at the Faculty of Arts at The Technical University of Košice...

The All-Seeing Eyes of the Streets

The All-Seeing Eyes of the Streets

What happens when a street enters the gallery?

(Pin)hole

(Pin)hole

Students of the Department of Creative Arts and Art Education at the Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra are trying to find out how deep inside themselves they can dive using the “hole” in their minds...

Paradoxical Happiness

Paradoxical Happiness

The French sociologist and philosopher Gilles Lipovetsky described today’s society – characterised by a feverish hyper-consumer mania followed by a growing anxiety that reflects upon the decline of social values and the ever-growing social gaps as “a civilisation of paradoxical happiness"...