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Exhibitions archive

Jozef Dobiš LX

Jozef Dobiš LX

To mark the occasion of his 60th birthday, Jozef Dobiš introduces a selection of his work that covers the broad spectrum of fine art production he has engaged with throughout his career...

Flowers for Slovakia

Flowers for Slovakia

Poetics of Slovak folk art and craft is thus materialized in unique authorial “ready mades”...

Play – art. EMeMesk(omunikáci)@

Play – art. EMeMesk(omunikáci)@

(SK) V prejave výtvarníkov PLAY - art, ako to už napovedá samotný názov, nechýba hravosť a humorná nadsázka...

(SK) Ľudovít Jelenák (1920-1999)

(SK) Ľudovít Jelenák (1920-1999)

(SK) Slovenský bard temnosvitu

Jozef Ciller: What is Scenic Design (for)?

Jozef Ciller: What is Scenic Design (for)?

The scenic design is a decathlon: intellectual, visual, and theatrical...

František Blaško: Fairy Tales Illustrations from the Collections of the Nitra Gallery

František Blaško: Fairy Tales Illustrations from the Collections of the Nitra Gallery

Works by a renowned Slovak painter and illustrator František Blaško...

DIPLOMA 2014

DIPLOMA 2014

The exhibition is a part of the project of the University of Constantine the Philosopher in Nitra within the sheme that supports students’ culture and sports activities at the Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra.

Decayed eye I.

Decayed eye I.

The title of the exhibition “Decayed Eye” speaks about the authors’ “interest in landscape painting, in the depiction of spaces or objects in the process of decay and their anticipated destruction.

Dark Memory

Dark Memory

Visual reconstruction of memory by the authors presented at the exhibition demonstrates mostly the personal return to the past but in its gesture seduces to remembering also the spectator.

SLOW/SLOV*

SLOW/SLOV*

The exhibition project is aimed at professionals and the lay public. It showcases Slovak design works and projects and illustrates the emerging tendencies in design in a larger context of its practice, theory and research. The main topic of the exhibition is slow-design.