Initially, electronic dance music brought people together more than just under one roof; no matter the race, social class or sexual orientation. An interview with the artists of Corp.
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.
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 discussion of several exhibitions about Polishness.
Traditional painting infused with some gentle western influence can go side by side with a projection of an exotic country filled with depressing aura out of Herta Müller’s books. Perfect for export.
Our resident in Poland writes about exhibitions she saw that engaged with the generous topic of interaction between man, matter, technology and landscape.
An interview with the actress Mihaela Drăgan.
A critical report about the art scenes in Bucharest and Cluj from our resident from Szum Magazyn.