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Exhibitions archive

Eeny Meeny!

Eeny Meeny!

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.

Safe(ly) Hidden

Safe(ly) Hidden

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?

Eiron

Eiron

Irony is a means of expression that enriches our everyday communication with various additional meanings. It gives our statements different connotations than...

The Net According to the Net

The Net According to the Net

In the beginning was the Net. The Net was with the Net and the Net was the Net.

David Přílučík: F0—F5

David Přílučík: F0—F5

In 1956, the chief of the Border Patrol's cynology department came up with an idea to crossbreed the Carpathian wolfs with German Shepherds in order to create a resilient service dog...

Antihygge

Antihygge

Ingrid Kepková and Viera Zubalová work together in order to address the latest problems of our inti-macy and our ability to lead (un)successful lives...

Marika Volfová — Temporary Paradises

Marika Volfová — Temporary Paradises

It seems the main motive that is present throughout Marika Volfová’s artistic, but also personal and political (in this case, personal = political) views is the matter of authenticity...

O2H2O

O2H2O

Courage (O2H) + water (H2O) = O2H2O

The Dark Side of Paradise

The Dark Side of Paradise

„It will be a different kind of joy. It will be sorrow.“
– I. G., Former President of Slovakia

In a Nutshell | In der Nußschale

In a Nutshell | In der Nußschale

The group show of the students of the Academy of Fine Arts in Düsseldorf presents three distinctive artistic approaches in mutual interaction to the specific exhibition space...