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PINCHUK’s ART-OLEUM Alice Nikitinová | news | 01.01.2007
PINCHUK’S ART-OLEUM
The invitation for the celebration opening could be won on a radio program – if you had the right answer to the questions like, “What’s the name of the painting technique in which you put oil on canvas? – Oil painting! Oh, great, congratulations to our listener. You have just won a ticket to the opening of the Pinchuk Art Center!!!”… In Kiev a Center of Contemporary Art was opened – Pinchuk…
JUSTICE IN THE ARMS OF THE YELLOW PIERROT Jiří Ptáček | news | 01.03.2003
JUSTICE IN THE ARMS OF THE YELLOW PIERROT
"The 8th Biennial in Istanbul, Sept. 18 – Nov. 16, 2003 A reasonable multicultural show — that’s how the biennial in Istanbul could be characterized. Last year the Turkish organizers requested American curator Dan Cameron to put on the biggest exhibition in the country. This employee of New York’s New Museum of Contemporary Art demonstrated to the skeptics of international monster actions…
PECULIARITIES OF THE NATIONAL HUNT Veronika Drahotová | news | 01.03.2003
PECULIARITIES OF THE NATIONAL HUNT
"The invitation to Finland came at just the right time. The gloomy days at the end of November writing grants and solving operational problems in the gallery provided me with a much needed vision for a lighter horizon. The goal of my four-day trip was to choose artists for an exhibition of contemporary Finnish art and to take the first steps towards ensuring long-term cooperation on both sides. I…
GANGS IN NEW YORK Veronika Drahotová | news | 01.03.2003
GANGS IN NEW YORK
Richard Prince “Nurse Paintings” Barbara Gladstone Gallery, Sept. 20 - Oct. 25, 2003One of the most prestigious New York galleries, known for its boring carefulness, went for certainty once again. It exhibited the durable perennial of American art, the freak and jack of all the trades Richard Prince. His canvases of nurses are a reflection on his obvious interest and relationship towards pop…
Mariana Serranová | news | 01.03.2003
BERLÍN – PRAHA
Project Paradise, Oct. 2 - Nov. 11, 2003 bunker under Alexanderplatz, BerlinSpace for Art, Dec. 3, 2003, Goethe-Institute, PragueAlternative space: bunkerThe mass attendance of Berlin’s biggest exhibition this autumn could be blamed on the location: curators Nina and Torsten Römer chose a bunker under Alexanderplatz in the center of East Berlin. The foundations of the space were constructed in…
THIS IS MY SOUND Martin Zet | news | 01.03.2003
THIS IS MY SOUND
"There are words that sound as if they come from old legends. One is afraid to use them. To write them. To pronounce them. Nor is it very clear exactly what they mean today. But then, in an effort to find the term that expresses what you feel in the most precise way, express what you really want to describe, sometimes they just appear in your head. Earnestness, for example.Earnest — does it mean…
STOLEN HEAVEN Jeffrey A. Buehler | news | 01.03.2003
STOLEN HEAVEN
Kazuo Katase, The Stolen Heaven, Oct. 22 – Nov. 23, 2003 House of Art, České Budějovice Japanese artist Kazuo Katase, for his month-long exhibition presence at Dům Umění in České Budějovice, finished installing the last work and, now trapped inside the final room, slipped quietly out of the second floor window and away from the gallery. Leaving not a trace behind. Henceforth, the exhibition sat…
DOUBLE DISPLAY Jiří Ptáček | news | 01.03.2003
DOUBLE DISPLAY
This autumn Prague’s Gallery Display put on two remarkable projects. First a full exhibition of the Dutchman Michael Kluiters (Nov. 11 to 30) and the weekly “sub:label” of Milan Salák (Dec. 1 – 7).Imaginary rooms and mysterious corridors fascinate Kluiters. For his projection Shopwindow in Display he divided the gallery into two rooms. In one room he projected on the glass of the street shop…
CONDITION REPORT 0231103 Spyout | news | 01.03.2003
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ISREAL IN ACTION Arlene Tuckerová | news | 01.03.2003
ISREAL IN ACTION
This year from Nov. 20 to 23 the Israeli performance art festival Blurrr 4 took place in the area surrounding the flea markets in Jaffa. Unlike the previous three years of holding the festival in the closed spaces of a kibbutz, this year’s setting was opened up to the streets in a completely urban context. Amongst the shoppers, strollers, peddlers, and pigeons you felt the Mediterranean Sea and…
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