Prague contemporary art may not be all that exciting, but the infusion of fresh blood and downright badassery from those crusty club kids might just be what they should be looking for.
In Bucharest the gallery scene and the city itself are a perfect match.
An itinerant exhibition about the houses of Romanian migrant workers.
An attempt to recover concepts without revolutionary potential, rejected by critical thought. A theoretical discussion over the effects of exclusion, as well as a recycling technique. An experiment.
I’ve come to believe that art that works is the one which creates new frames for various entities to intervene in, with a noticeable degree of imagination, freedom and intelligence.
The Hierophant was less about art and more about show, but unfortunately it did not rise to the name or transcendence of the archetypal figure of The Prophet/Teacher.
How could we describe the event that took place on the 12th of July at Salonul de Proiecte?
A fragmentary survey of the young art scene in Warsaw, Katowice and Krakow, as seen between May 29th and June 14th.
A conversation with Marina Albu about the misunderstanding of today’s society.
Yet another attempt to hastily map out Polish national identity through a few interesting exhibitions.