Exhibition
16.2.2017 at 18:00 - 9.4.2017

INTO THE MU

The presence and the absence of volumes structure our perception of a three-dimensional environment.
Exhibition
3.11.2016 at 18:00 - 26.2.2017

Look What Is Back / The Slovak State in Contemporary Art

The exhibition project titled And is it here again? The Slovak state in the contemporary art, represents, in terms of production, a follow-up to the politically angled projects addressed by the KHB curators in the past; it concurrently constitutes an autonomous addition to the exhibition Dream x Reality shown at the Slovak National Gallery.
Exhibition
7.12.2016 at 18:00 - 29.1.2017

AGNÈS THURNAUER: Land and Language

The core of the presentation of Agnès Thurnauer, a French-Swiss author, is a series of oversized round objects / buttons, Portraits Grandeur Nature (2007 – 2009), which she also presented at Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris.
Exhibition
30.9.2016 at 12:00 - 20.11.2016

ESTHER STOCKER: From the Future

Esther Stocker focuses on spatial abstraction and architecture that pulls viewers into a different dimension. Black-and-white geometrical landscapes are created through multiplication of simple shapes and forms, horizontal as well as vertical lines. She creates rhythmical patterns that underline the unyielding character of her works. Repetition of basic elements, shifting of the horizon and playing with the perspective creates the depth as well as volume of the space.
Exhibition
17.3.2016 at 18:00 - 31.7.2016

FEAR OF THE UNKNOWN

The refugee crisis that we are facing today is the most serious since World War II. Millions of people are forced to flee their homes due to armed conflict or extreme poverty. This situation has brought to our society a lot of uncertainty and it raises many questions. The experience of contact with other cultures is new and unknown for the countries of Eastern Europe. It has not yet been enough time to get to know each other. We are only at the beginning of a mutual dialogue. The exhibition Fear Of The Unknown is trying to overcome the barrier of non-communication.
Exhibition
5.5.2016 at 18:00 - 10.7.2016

KRIŠTOF KINTERA: Natural Nervosity

The solo show of Krištof Kintera (*1973), a renowned Czech sculptor of younger middle generation, held in the premises of Kunsthalle LAB presents his works created during the past seven years. The selection of exhibits aspires to present one of the core lines of his current sculptural work, reflecting on the phenomenon of global nature as damaged, modified, and fatally precarious.
Exhibition
3.3.2016 at 18:00 - 24.4.2016

CLEMENS FÜRTLER: Bildmaschine 07

The Austrian artist Clemens Fürtler creates image generating, kinetic objects, built out of model railway and freeway parts, the so called Bildmaschinen. He examines the filigree architectural structures of his works with vehicles moving through the sculptures. The locomotives and cars are equipped with miniatures cameras and light, producing videos and projections on the walls. The shadow plays and films explore new ways of experiencing and extending the limited space.
Exhibition
12.11.2015 at 18:00 - 14.2.2016

JÁN MANČUŠKA: First Retrospective

Ján Mančuška (1972 – 2011) has never been considered a representative of the Slovak art scene, however, he always considered himself a Slovak artist living in Czechoslovakia and later in Czech Republic. The "First Retrospective" is the initial step to introduce his work to the domestic audience which has a unique opportunity to get familiar with his work, highly acknowledged internationally. The exhibition was curated by Vít Havránek and it was premiered in the Prague City Gallery.
Exhibition
18.12.2015 at 12:00 - 14.2.2016

PAVLA SCERANKOVÁ: Collision of Galaxies

The exhibition Collision of Galaxies examines the recent work of Pavla Sceranková (*1980). It presents two seemingly related works that reveal two prominent subject matters and currently the most significant themes of her solo artistic program, putting them into mutual context. The interactive kinetic installation Collision of Galaxies (2014), the title of which symbolically encodes the leitmotif of the entire exhibition, embodies the movements and relations of celestial objects in analogy with the space-time of the Earth, i.e. the universe of life and human relationships.

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