The exhibition ‘Notes from the Underground: Art and Alternative Music in Eastern Europe 1968-1994’ concerns a huge phenomenon.
For some time now our eyes have been turned towards Wrocław, assigned to be the European Capital of Culture at the beginning of 2016. We had a look at the artistic scene of the city in our latest print issue and we mentioned…
Polish artist Zuzanna Janin presents her works on solo exhibition “Mapping Memory” in Budapest-based Platan Gallery. Her consequent and courageous strategy of transforming memories and private experiences…
The Art from Elsewhere exhibition aims to discuss and explore complex questions about life in the contemporary world , dealing with issues like shifting identities in an increasingly globalised world.
The exhibition’s title “Books, Camera, Ubu” provides a handy guide to its three parts, documenting the main areas of the Themersons’ innovative and diverse practice.
Mateusz Szczypiński is an artist who made his debut with a series of paintings and collages. His latest work can be seen in Frankfurt as a part of the open group exhibition — Contemporay Art from Poland.
We look far, but we often do not pay appropriate attention to what is happening here and now. When the eyes of the artistic scene in Europe are turned to Berlin, we decided to look in a different direction: Bochum and Marl.
Alice Gaskon and Árpád Forgó collaborate together in “Transitions”, the latest exhibition in Budapest. Now is a great time to have a closer look at contemporary geometric and abstract art, where concepts meet real craftsmanship.