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2021

In the Shop Display: Martin Bu In the Shop Display: Martin Bu 18. jul 2021 — 19. sep 2021
Exhibition lasted 63 days

Several works by the designer and ceramicist Martin Bu (1976 - 2021) could be used as a concise spatial illustration for a dystopian novel. The world inside it went through a cataclysm. Some of the buildings have melted away, scattered with "corpses" of military machinery, others becoming habitat of sea predators. Nevertheless, Martin Bu does not concern himself with mere sarcastic commentary on various escapades of the genus Homo technicus from the position of critical or experimental design.

In the Shop Display: Peter Bartoš, with collaboration from Ľudmila Rampáková, Viliam Figusch and citizens of Bratislava In the Shop Display: Peter Bartoš, with collaboration from Ľudmila Rampáková, Viliam Figusch and citizens of Bratislava 15. may 2021 — 17. jul 2021
Exhibition lasted 63 days

The new exhibition cycle of the Slovak National Gallery, In the Shop Display, enters the public space through the window of Café Berlinka on the ground floor of the Esterházy Palace, presenting works of visual art responding to the issues of contemporary life. This new exhibition format has revived a collaboration between Peter Bartoš and Július Koller called Shop Display (Anti-Gallery).

Architecture Zone. Touch – Explore – Create Architecture Zone. Touch – Explore – Create 17. aug 2020 — 2. may 2021
Exhibition lasted 258 days

The new educational Zone is for visitors who enjoy experimenting, creating, discovering and who want to learn more about interesting topics related to visual arts.

Oh, That Dress! Oh, That Dress! 6. oct 2020 — 7. feb 2021
Exhibition lasted 124 days

The Slovak National Gallery will again be dressing up! Following our 2017 exhibition Sew Long! which featured an extensive look at fashion in socialist Czechoslovakia, contemporary fashion practice and support of live art take center stage in our current project entitled Oh, That Dress!

Generation 909,76. Exhibition, Term, Interpretation Generation 909,76. Exhibition, Term, Interpretation 26. jun 2020 — 10. jan 2021
Exhibition lasted 198 days

The project refers to a term established by Karol Vaculík and curators of the national gallery in the early 1960s through the large exhibition Generation 1909 - Conscience of the Epoch (1964). The title reflected the "arithmetic" average of the birth dates of the particular authors selected for the group by the curator. Their affiliation to the group was not only biographical; the curators tried to find also other common features and connections.

 

2020

LV100. Ladislav Vychodil and the 20th Century Scene LV100. Ladislav Vychodil and the 20th Century Scene 29. feb 2020 — 16. aug 2020
Exhibition lasted 168 days

In 2020, Slovak professional theater celebrates the one hundredth anniversary of its founding, and in commemoration of this occasion the Slovak National Gallery prepared an exhibition of professor Ladislav Vychodil(1920-2005), for whom this year marks the one hundredth anniversary of his birth.

Anna Daučíková. Work in Progress: 7 Situations Anna Daučíková. Work in Progress: 7 Situations 6. dec 2019 — 5. apr 2020
Exhibition lasted 121 days

Solo exhibition by Anna Daučíková (b. 1950 in Bratislava) presents her work as glass artist, painter, photographer, and performance and video artist. As the title implies, this is no retrospective, looking back to present finished work. The challenge is to show a selection of her complete and preserved pieces in a mutual relationship and connection with pieces she is now developing, along with others that she is yet to rework, finish, or otherwise create during the exhibition's run.

Laco Teren. Nothing Can Stop Us! Laco Teren. Nothing Can Stop Us! 5. sep 2019 — 19. jan 2020
Exhibition lasted 137 days

Nothing Can Stop Us! presents the key points of Laco Teren's artistic program and introduces the unique artistic personality of this polymuse. Teren was one of the leading figures of the post-Modernist generation, which around the mid-1980's presented their program of Neo-Expressive painting inspired by the Italian Trans-Avant-Garde and German Neue Wilde movements.

Laco Teren. Nothing Can Stop Us! Laco Teren. Nothing Can Stop Us! 5. sep 2019 — 12. jan 2020
Exhibition lasted 130 days

The exhibition of Laco Teren (born in 1960 in Bratislava) at the Slovak National Gallery will present the key points of his artistic program and comprehensively capture his unique artistic and genuinely "versatile" personality.

 

2019

Artist´s (Heavy) Luggage. Arnold Peter Weisz-Kubínčan 1898 – 1945 Artist´s (Heavy) Luggage. Arnold Peter Weisz-Kubínčan 1898 – 1945 21. jun 2019 — 10. nov 2019
Exhibition lasted 143 days

Arnold Peter Weisz-Kubínčan (1898 - 1944) was born into a Jewish family in the town of Usch, Prussia. From 1913 to 1917 he studied sculpture at the School of Arts and Crafts in Budapest. After the war he continued in his studies in Berlin, most probably at a private academy. In Berlin of the 1920s he could be close to the expressionistic tendencies which suited his artistic nature. Weisz-Kubínčan is a unique figure in terms of our modern painting and drawing but also due to his mysticism.

 
 

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