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Imagining Conceptual Art; László Beke's 1971 collection within an international context

tranzit.hu presents at tranzitdisplay in Prague László Beke’s project Imagination, the first collection of Hungarian Conceptual Art, compiled in 1971.

Magdalena Jetelová – Touch of Time

Magdalena Jetelová’s installation, prepared especially for the National Gallery in Prague, will transform the Small Hall of the Trade Fair Palace into an extended field providing insight into the artist’s thinking and working. 

Crossing Borders (The Grüner Collection)

Danubiana Meulensteen Art Museum introduces the exhibition of modern and contemporary Hungarian art from the Grüner Collection containing works of various media significant artists since the World War 2 to the present.

White as the Colour of Snow. Tadeusz Kantor and the Cricot 2 Artists. Rome 1979

In the year dedicated to celebration of the 100th anniversary of Polish avant-garde, Cricoteka presents the exhibition of the work by Tadeusz Kantor and the artists associated with Cricot 2 Theatre that took place in 1979 at the Palazzo delle Esposizioni in Rome.

Pasce a evidencie│Vyber z ateliéru VŠVU Socha a priestor prof. Jozefa Jankoviča (1990–2011)

Nitrianska galéria predstaví zásadné diela z tvorby Jozefa Jankoviča v konfrontácii s výberom tvorby pätnástich sochárov – absolventov ateliéru Socha a priestor VŠVU, ktorý vyše dvadsať rokov viedol.

Zdeněk Sýkora, Black and White Structure│Artwork from the depository GMHP

City Gallery ​Prague presents from their depositories iconic artwork of Zdeněk Sýkora (1920-2011) Black and White Structure from 1966–1967, which grows from a fixed order and the principle of chance.

Július Koller│One Man Anti Show│mumok

One Man Anti Show at the mumok documents the artists independent contribution to the neo-avantgarde. Koller‘s work developed in critical distance to the communist authorities and their official art, and it also questioned traditions in modernism and the conventions of the Western art business. 

Conference: Adriena Šimotová in the Context of Visual Art and Culture from the 20th Century Onwards

Conference prepared by the Adriena Šimotová and Jiří John Foundation, in association with the Faculty of Humanities of Charles University and the Art Theory and History Department of the Academy of Arts, Architecture, and Design in Prague, to commemorate the 90th anniversary of the birth of Adriena Šimotová. The conference is being held under the aegis of J. E. Charles Malinas, the French Ambassador to the Czech Republic, Adriana Krnáčová, the Mayor of Prague, and Tomáš Zima, the Rector of Charles University.
Venue: Patriotic Hall, Carolinum, Ovocný trh 3, Praha 1

Open call for the Polish Pavilion at the Venice Biennale 2017

Application deadline: September 20, 2016

The Minister of Culture and National Heritage of Republic of Poland and Zachęta – National Gallery of Art announce a competition for the curatorial project for the exhibition in the Polish Pavilion at the 57th Venice Biennale (May 13–November 26, 2017).

XXL Views of Contemporary Slovak Art | GASK

‘XXL Views of Contemporary Slovak Art’ is a long-term exhibition project that presents leading Slovak artists.  The artists are presented in a direct dialogue with recognised Slovak, Czech and international art historians, critics and theoreticians who focus on their work. It is the most important programmatic survey of Slovak art in the Czech Republic. The exhibition series was staged at the Slovak Institute in Prague from 2011 and has been staged at GASK since 2014.

Conference to mark the centenary of the beginning of Dada in Zurich: DADA TECHNIQUES IN EAST-CENTRAL EUROPE (1916–1930)

The ‘Petőfi Literary Museum – Kassák Museum’ and the ‘Institute for Literary Studies of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences’ are organizing a conference to mark the centenary of the beginning of Dada in Zurich. The conference is going to concentrate on Dada phenomena in East-Central Europe, especially the Dada techniques that appeared in the Austro-Hungarian Empire and its successor states.

MeetFactory (CZ) | Fightlessness

The Hungarian art group Little Warsaw (András Gálik and Bálint Havas) belongs to the most striking artists of their generation, which emerged on the contemporary art scene after the year 1989. Their work is closely connected with issues specific in the context of former Eastern Bloc countries – analysis and re-contextualization of objects and ideas from the past, deconstruction of common art forms, a striking anti-establishment attitude, a critical mirror held up to modernism, retro-avant-garde, conceptualism and neo-conceptualism, the expansion of the borders of art and transfer of artistic discourse into a broader social reality.
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