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You’ll Never See This Show Jeffrey A. Buehler | 01.02.2004
YOU’LL NEVER SEE THIS SHOW
Redas Diržys: Let’s Be Part of the System!Town hall tower, Bílina, 30. 4.–30.5. 2004Redas Diržys’ most recent exhibition, Let’s Be Part of the System!, opened on April 31, 2004, on the eve of Czech entry to the European Union, and it never stood a chance of being noticed. After all, the venue was a town hall tower in the village of Bílina, out on the fringes of the northern Czech borderlands. For…
Never the Twain Shall Meet Jeffrey A. Buehler | info | 01.01.2004
NEVER THE TWAIN SHALL MEET
The Bawag Foundation in Vienna is putting on a show until the middle of June of 12 artists from Bratislava, Budapest, Ljubljana, Prague, and Vienna, intended to define what art and culture is about within the context of an ”enlarging” or ”integrating” Europe. The show, titled Free Entrance, follows on a history of ”East” shows that have typically provided one interpretation of this rich and…
STOLEN HEAVEN Jeffrey A. Buehler | news | 01.03.2003
STOLEN HEAVEN
Kazuo Katase, The Stolen Heaven, Oct. 22 – Nov. 23, 2003 House of Art, České Budějovice Japanese artist Kazuo Katase, for his month-long exhibition presence at Dům Umění in České Budějovice, finished installing the last work and, now trapped inside the final room, slipped quietly out of the second floor window and away from the gallery. Leaving not a trace behind. Henceforth, the exhibition sat…
Go Johnny Go Jeffrey A. Buehler | news | 01.02.2003
GO JOHNNY GO
The sights and sounds of the wailing guitar will pound the walls for many months at Kunsthalle Vienna in a new show that runs from 24 Oct. to 7 March 2004 in hall 1 of the museum. Titled Go Johnny Go — The Electric Guitar: Art and Myth, the exhibition traces the significance of the guitar in art, global youth culture and as a symbol of protest from the early 1960s to the present. With the guitar…
 Pap friction Jeffrey A. Buehler | review | 01.02.2003
PAP FRICTION
Prague’s Gallery Art Factory came swooping onto the Czech scene from Slovakia last year, unapologetically landing right on Wenceslas Square in a dark industrial box that used to house a large printing factory. With great spirit the walls were painted various hues of a dark red and the space comfortably outfitted with black designer leather couches and chairs. Walking in, one would be hard pressed…
Island in the bog Jeffrey A. Buehler | galleriy | 01.04.2002
ISLAND IN THE BOG
This issue’s featured gallery is a unique one. Though there is no reason why it should be. At a time when endeavors such as this one should be competing with and operating alongside the more seasoned noncommercial galleries that grew out of the 90s experience, new HOME gallery finds itself in prime position. The fledgling space stands nearly alone on the moneyless, muddy flood-ravaged slopes of…
The Bunny Lake Chronicles Jeffrey A. Buehler | artist | 01.02.2002
THE BUNNY LAKE CHRONICLES
"Searching at this point is futile. Bunny Lake is gone. Sadly, it now appears that there was never really any hope of finding her. And, worst of all, it seems that she no longer wishes to be found.Georgina Starr’s latest Bunny Lake installation, in an old factory space on Brick Lane in London at the end of April, stubbornly avoids putting to rest questions that arose nearly three years ago in the…
Jeffrey A. Buehler | umělec | 01.01.2002
ALEXIS VAILLANT, JEFFREY A. BUEHLER: PODIVNÉ FIKCE (BRICE DELLSPERGER)
Geometry, Roughly Speaking Jeffrey A. Buehler | reviews | 01.04.2001
GEOMETRY, ROUGHLY SPEAKING
"20% Sale: Jiří David, Jan Nálevka, Petr Pisařík, Jan Šerých, Tomáš Vaněk, kurátor Jiří Ptáček, House of Art—České Budějovice, 17 Sept. – 21 Oct. 2001It hits you about 80% from the end: the everyday geometry, roughly hewn. The group exhibition Sleva 20% (20% Sale), curated by Jiří Ptaček, brought Prague talent into the brewing town of České Budějovice in southern Bohemia for a one-month show at…
The Will of the People Jeffrey A. Buehler | new | 01.03.2001
THE WILL OF THE PEOPLE
“Everything is the Will of God.” The small, bold letters on the facade of a local bank are what greet us on our arrival in Bromouv, northern Bohemia. We have obviously come to the right place. The phrase smacks of Ivan Vosecky pith and braze, but outside spray-painted Prague the tag becomes more immediate and disturbing. Knowing that he is one of the Czech artists participating in the exhibition…
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