Mutually: Archives of non-institutionalized culture of the 1970s and 1890s in CzechoslovakiaJune 23 – August 18 2012, Start and end dates
The aim of the exhibition is to present selected fragments of personal archives of the artists, active at the turn of the 1970s and 1980s in socialist Czechoslovakia, such as activities of the informal groups and interest based communities that had been organized outside the state-run social structures. Many ephemeral works have been preserved only in documentation and provide an evidence of networks existing within the communities, on which these works were aimed and in which they resonated. Not attempting for a comprehensive picture of contemporary events, the exhibition focuses on selected personal archives, as their importance in the current exhibition practices is either lost or poorly captured.
Vladimír Ambroz (Brno), Artpool Art Research Center (Budapest), Pavel Büchler (Praha), Josef Daněk & Blahoslav Rozbořil (Čelákovice, Kuřim), Ľubomír Ďurček (Bratislava), Vladimír Havlík (Olomouc), Dalibor Chatrný (Brno), The Július Koller Society (Bratislava), J.H. Kocman (Brno), Marie Kratochvílová (Brno), Marian Palla (Střelice), Jaroslav Pokorný (Brno)
Milan Adamčiak, Vladimír Ambroz, Peter Bartoš, László Beke, Pavol Breier, Róbert Cyprich, Josef Daněk a Blahoslav Rozbořil, Ľubomír Ďurček, György Galántai, Vladimír Havlík, Vladimír Havrilla, Vladimír Instutoris, Michal Kern, Július Koller, Vladimír Kordoš, Miloš Laky & Ján Zavarský, Juraj
Meliš, Peter Meluzin, Karel Miler, Marián Mudroch, Marian Palla, Jaroslav Richtr, Rudolf Sikora, Petr Štembera, Peter Thurzo, Dezider Tóth, Katarína Zavarská, Jana Želibská, ...