Nona Inescu’s solo show at EXILE gallery in Berlin is not her first attempt at communing with the inhuman.
A fragmentary survey of the young art scene in Warsaw, Katowice and Krakow, as seen between May 29th and June 14th.
Yet another attempt to hastily map out Polish national identity through a few interesting exhibitions.
A take on this year's edition of the Bucharest International Experimental Film Festival.
"Situations and Concepts" at Salonul de Proiecte is the continuation of a more ample process of historical recovery of Romanian conceptual art.
A common universal story of oppression and shame is weaved into Laughter and Forgetting, the show curated by Olga Ștefan at MeetFactory in Prague.
About an exhibition that concludes the residency project of three artists and which compiles the items they gathered in their exploration of Romanian urban spaces and historical materials.
The society that Virginia Lupu is a part of, namely the Bucharest trans community, which she presents in photographs, is a little approached area.
Unaltered by time and apparently culturally unanchored, Decebal Scriba’s work ignores the political dimensions of man, in favor of an in depth and spatial search of experiences.