Places where Katja Lee Eliad's work becomes fragile.
The exhibition at Victoria Art Center seeks to transforme the Danube area into a deterritorialized (but by no means depoliticized) field of experience and reflection.
Nona Inescu’s solo show at EXILE gallery in Berlin is not her first attempt at communing with the inhuman.
An Interview with Kaja Renkas, Polish artist and designer showing at UNAgaleria in Bucharest.
Our Czech resident writes about the contemporary art biennial in Timișoara.
An itinerant exhibition about the houses of Romanian migrant workers.
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.
This year, NSK State puts forward a different kind of approach to the issue of immigrants at the Venice Biennale pavilion as well as the alternative pavilion in Vienna.
Hyper-jumps through the ruins of the future: notes, repetitions and digressions in the margins of the exhibition Return to Spaceship Earth at Salonul de Proiecte.
An attempt to amusingly apply aesthetics to chaos (no one knows where/how, but every now and then it becomes bafflingly beneficial) via the exhibition Overthinking how to make a tea at Launloc.