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Commercial supplement Jana Kalinová | news | 01.03.2003
COMMERCIAL SUPPLEMENT
"Commercial supplement Sometimes it happens that everything works out well in the end, and this throws me off so much that everything else, which should follow according to plan, collapses. Professor Knížak recently informed me via e-mail that the Prague Biennial had been a smashing success, the reviews positive, and the National Gallery was choosing ten of the most important works for its…
Cruel and Tender in London Michaela Freeman-Vlková | news | 01.02.2003
CRUEL AND TENDER IN LONDON
Summer photography in several London galleries set up interesting parallels and mutual connections. Tate Britain If One Thing Matters, Everything Matters June 6 – Sept. 14 German-born photographer Wolfgang Tillmans, Turner Prize winner in 2000, clipped and taped unframed photographs directly to the walls in Tate Britain for his retrospective exhibition. The early photos of friends in…
Condition report 0101003 Spy | news | 01.02.2003
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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…
Field Trip Theater diary on the forum accompanying the Berlin theater festival Theatertreffen Halka Třešňáková | news | 01.02.2003
FIELD TRIP THEATER DIARY ON THE FORUM ACCOMPANYING THE BERLIN THEATER FESTIVAL THEATERTREFFEN
May 4, 2003, day oneArrival in the commercial quarters of Berlin, close to Kurfürstendamm. Unknown faces in the lobby of the hotel Willmersdorf. In the elevator I met a woman and a man from Lithuania. The man’s name was Aistis Mickevičius, and the woman’s Ruta Papartyté, and the Hungarian Emese Szakacs. In the room in the hotel I perused their CVs and texts. The one by Szakacs catches my eye: “..…
Zuzana Štefková | news | 01.02.2003
TEREZA JANEČKOVÁ IS AN ARTIST
Tereza Janečková is a student at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague, the Czech Republic, yet she was able to advantageously commercialize and publicize her latest artistic project. In the pages of the Czech magazine Reflex, in an article entitled “Heart and Spades,” J. X. Doležal mulled over what it was that brought this student to realize one project: a pornographic photo-series printed in the…
acb: A Private Gallery – A Chance to Find Your Own Piece of Art Agnes Ivacs | news | 01.02.2003
ACB: A PRIVATE GALLERY – A CHANCE TO FIND YOUR OWN PIECE OF ART
Budapest’s newest commercial art gallery is located in the ground-floor flat of a lovely old house in the heart of the city. In the courtyard, stairs with a stone railing lead up to a small porch big enough to host a smallish crowd of people chatting and smoking for openings. From there one can enter the gallery. The stairs, the stone railing and the porch, as well as the house itself, are relics…
Futura o. s. Mariana Serranová | news | 01.02.2003
FUTURA O. S.
In the low-budget Czech landscape, new Futura Gallery has made a truly adrenaline-pumping impact. During the take-off of everything new, the stories surrounding unfettered projects are always full of optimism, and big hope. In the case of Futura, it is necessary to figure in the fact that, at a time when Czech galleries and artistic operations are not exactly suffering from a surfeit of money,…
Get rid of yourself Suzanne Altmann | news | 01.02.2003
GET RID OF YOURSELF
Will I suffer from depressions? Will I apply to leave the country? Will I commit suicide, or will I go on just like I do now? Artists must ask themselves these questions when they realize that they live in a politically oppressive state. At least this is the opinion of curator Frank Motz, who in recent years observed first hand the sweeping changes in the United States. As a fellow of Whitney…
Jana knows or nobody will like me Jana Kalinová | news | 01.01.2003
JANA KNOWS OR NOBODY WILL LIKE ME
They threw me out of school because I regularly missed final exams, and now the end of May came around and with the hectic charge of the month I was reminded of exam time once again. It all started with the awarding of the new Tranzit Award. Only the fact that in half a year it would repeat itself again stops me here from calling it the Event of the Year. All the same it was an event most of all…
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