We are thrilled to announce that Dominik Lejman is the 2018 recipient of the Akademie der Künste's Berlin Art Prize in the Visual Arts Section!!
More information: https://www.adk.de/de/news/?we_objectID=58049
We are proud to announce for the Finissage of Continuum, our current exhibition at the gallery, we will host a performance by polish sculptor Karol Broniatowski. The performance Head of Sand, was for the first time done in 1978.
Saturday, 8 September 2018
at 4 pm
Exercises in Freedom. Polish Conceptualism 1968-1981 curated by Björn Egging
the Kupferstich-Kabinett Dresden in Cooperation with the Archiv der Avantgarden
Date: June 29 - September 23, 2018
Artists: Stanisław Dróżdż, Jarosław Kozłowski, KwieKulik, Roman Opałka, Agnieszka Polska, Józef Robakowski, Ryszard Wasko, among others.
Location: Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden
Unique in socialist eastern Europe, Polish art in the 1960s and 70s is marked by a variety and openness of perspectives whose free development was only weakly opposed by the state, in contrast to most of Poland’s neighbours. By confronting its own modernist tradition and interacting with artistic movements in the west, an independent, interconnected conceptual art scene developed on an international level that has remained almost unknown in Germany until today.
More information: kupferstich-kabinett.skd.museum
Through a number of exceptional loans, curator Luc Tuymans brings national and international masterpieces to Antwerp. Sanguine/Bloedrood is a visually opulent and challenging exhibition that brings old masters into the experimental spaces of contemporary art. This exhibition is a joint organisation of the M HKA, Studio Luc Tuymans and the KMSKA, the Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp and Fondazione Prada. Following the Antwerp edition, it will be presented at Fondazione Prada’s Milan venue from October 2018 to February 2019.
Location: M HKA, Antwerp, BE
Opening: Thursday, 31 May, 2018 from 5:30 PM
Exhibition: Jun 01 – Sep 16, 2018
More information: muhka.be
image: Dominik Lejman, Harnessed Swimmer, 2009, oil on canvas and projection, 210 x 170 cm © the artist, courtesy ŻAK | BRANICKA
Looking for Jesus, by Katarzyna Kozyra is a documentary filmed over 6 years by the artist exploring the Jerusalem Syndrome. The final version will be exhibited now for the first time!!!
Date: 12 May 2018 at 5.30 pm
Location: Palace of Culture and Sciences in Warsaw, Plac Defilad 1, Warsaw, Poland
More information: docsag.pl/
Hello World. Revising a Collection is a critical inquiry into the collection of the Nationalgalerie and its predominantly Western focus: What could the collection look like today, had an understanding characterised its concept of art, and consequently also its genesis, that was more open to the world? How might the canon and the art historical narratives themselves have changed through a widening and multiplication of perspectives? With these questions as starting points, the exhibition unfolds in 13 thematic chapters as a many-voiced collaboration of internal and external curators, encompassing the whole exhibition space of the Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin.
Exhibition: 28 April – 26 August, 2018
Location: Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin
More information: www.smb.museum
We are happy to announce Agnieszka Polska's screening at Centre Pompidou!
CINÉMA ET VIDÉO
26 April 2018 from 8 pm
Opening: April 24, 2018 between 7 and 9 PM
Exhibition: April 27 – July 7, 2018
Location: Haubrok Foundation | Herzbergstr. 40 - 43, 10365, Berlin
More information: haubrok.org
Starting with a critical question, Katarzy Kozyra's art projects embark on journeys that last for many years and often have a severe impact on her personal life. The exhibition draws a line from early art works such as the video installation Men's Bathhouse, where Kozyra disguised as a man entered the male area of Gellért Bathhouse in Budapest, to the most recent project Looking for Jesus. Together with a film crew Kozyra has been spending days and nights with individuals who have decided to leave everything in their search for God. The phenomenon is often described as "The Jerusalem Syndrome”.
image © Katarzyna Kozyna. Il Castrato, ur serien "In Art Dreams Come True", 2006, stillbild. Courtesy of Katarzyna Kozyra Foundation and ŻAK | BRANICKA
Foto: Marcin Oliva Soto
Dialogue (A Form of an Answer) is on view until February 4th, 2018.
Curated by Branka Bencic, Organized by Tihomir Milovac, Museum of Contemporary Art and Vanja Zanko, Nomad.
Produced by Museum of Contemporary Art Zagreb and Nomad.
Supported by Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Croatia, City of Zagreb and City of Skopje, in partnership with Apoteka – Space for Contemporary Art and Press to Exit Project Space.
more information: http://www.msu.hr/?/hr/21455/