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2020

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.

From the Academy to Nature. Forms of Landscape Painting in Central Europe 1860–1890 From the Academy to Nature. Forms of Landscape Painting in Central Europe 1860–1890 8. mar 2019 — 30. jun 2019
Exhibition lasted 114 days

This exhibition, organized jointly by the Slovak National Gallery and the Gallery of West Bohemia in Pilsen, is among the first efforts at concentrating on the work by art personalities who moved between the Danube Monarchy and that time's visual art centres, responding to the attraction of the plein-air landscape.

Useful Photography. Photography in Contemporary Slovak Art Useful Photography. Photography in Contemporary Slovak Art 9. nov 2018 — 17. feb 2019
Exhibition lasted 100 days

This exhibition will not present photography as a useful, fast recording medium, "a document of the period", or as an instrument of digital manipulation, but as a tool that is suitable for a wide range of use in contemporary art. In their response to the digital technology era, artists use the photo medium much more freely but in a more sophisticated way. Appropriated documented reality is constructed, arranged, staged anew, but with the use of purely photographic methods and classical approaches.

 

2018

The Eights The Eights 27. feb 2018 — 31. dec 2018
Exhibition lasted 307 days

The exhibition project The Eights is unconventionally conceived for the atrium as a series of small exhibitions for the anniversaries of the eights: February 1948, August 1968 and October 1918.

FILLA – FULLA: The Artist´s Fate FILLA – FULLA: The Artist´s Fate 10. jul 2018 — 21. oct 2018
Exhibition lasted 103 days

The Slovak National Gallery is preparing an exhibition about two household names of Czech and Slovak modern art, Emil Filla (1882 - 1953) and Ľudovít Fulla (1902 - 1980), as part of the Made in Czechoslovakia project dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the foundation of Czechoslovakia.

Berger Berger 21. jun 2018 — 30. sep 2018
Exhibition lasted 101 days

This monographic exhibition and publication project will present the work of academic painter Ján Berger (*1944) at the Slovak National Gallery for the first time. On the domestic scene, he represents the seemingly traditionalistic position of the classical medium of painting.

SNG Non-Permanent Exposition SNG Non-Permanent Exposition 17. jan 2014 — 29. jul 2018
Exhibition lasted 1654 days

During the reconstruction of the Slovak National Gallery building in Bratislava, the temporary exposition of the SNG's historical collections (Gothic & Baroque) will provide visitors with access to the most important artefacts of the art of the 14th-18th centuries.

Architect Friedrich Weinwurm: New Path Architect Friedrich Weinwurm: New Path 25. jan 2018 — 20. may 2018
Exhibition lasted 115 days

The exhibition remembers the work of Friedrich Weinwurm (1885 – 1942), the most significant representative of architectural avantgarde in Slovakia.

 
 

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