The exhibition presents three recent works by Magda Stanová...
The exhibition project User Unfriendly presents a selection from the collection of autonomous and interactive (common consumer) objects whose original function is appropriated for new (absurd) purposes.
The exhibition is a critique of an elite approach to art and at the same time it reflects on the society focused on shallow values.
The exhibition presents the art of two photographers Olja Triaška Stefanovič and Illah van Oijen. There are many similarities these two artists share. They are both photographers who belong to one generation and they had spent a significant part of their lives living in their homelands before they decided to settle down in Slovakia.
The architectural space is usually understood in terms of visual syntax but can be also understood as a sequence, the place of presentation of human condition and human encounters...
The exhibition project by Petra Lelláková and Vladimíra Večeřová presents a collection of works created during a foreign study stay in South Korean Seoul between 2010 and 2013. Each artist stayed in Seoul in different time and worked independently. Therefore, we can see two different approaches to the same foreign environment.
The exhibition A Maid’s Room is a project of two Czech artists: Markéta Magidová and Jan Pfeiffer. As a result of their mutual dialogue, the young artists prepared a series of artworks for the premises of the Youth Gallery in Nitra.
The exhibition In Process is guided by this idea. It maps the process of an artwork creation, to put it bluntly, it situates unfinished artworks outside of artists’ studios and inserts them in the premises of the Nitra Gallery.
When we say people “dance to somebody's tune”, whose tune is it actually? Do we submissively follow the herd led by the establishment, or do we march with the unrestrained crowd of its opponents?
The exhibition is a presentation of young Czech authors David Böhm a Jiří Franta whose works although they focus on the classical medium of painting use unconventional authorial strategies...