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Exhibitions archive

František Perger — Scenography

František Perger — Scenography

On the occasion of the 80th birthday of František Perger, an important Slovak scene artists and long-term in-house scenographer at the Andrej Bagar Theatre in Nitra, Nitra Gallery will hold a collective exhibition of his work...

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...

Adam Šakový — 1987

Adam Šakový — 1987

Šakový invites us to join his painting research...

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...

ARCHITECTONICA 2017

ARCHITECTONICA 2017

Architecture always reflects the demands of its time...

Peter Pauko — What a beautiful, current landscape painting

Peter Pauko — What a beautiful, current landscape painting

Peter Pauko (born 1982 in Martin) is a graduate of the Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra (2005) where he studied painting disciplines at the Department of Creative Arts and Art Education under the leadership of Karol Baron, Robert Bielik and Jozef Baus...

Our Châteaux

Our Châteaux

The artist creates a new and peculiar image of a country whose architectural and artistic values are not what we would have expected...

Eliška Čabalová: They Are Still Among Us

Eliška Čabalová: They Are Still Among Us

The work of the Ostrava author Eliška Čabalová is connected to various fields of art: her main focus is on bookbinding bibliophiles and author books...

MASTER’S 2016

MASTER’S 2016

These works are a testament to finding the author’s own artistic position, new ways of interpreting both common and uncommon topics...

J. Juhaniak: Curious Collisions

J. Juhaniak: Curious Collisions

The only limitation the artist set for himself was the technique...