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2020

Koloman Sokol from the Cycle Kolegovia (Colleagues) / Classics of Slovak Modernism at the GĽF Koloman Sokol from the Cycle Kolegovia (Colleagues) / Classics of Slovak Modernism at the GĽF Ružomberok
9. jul 2020 — 30. aug 2020
Exhibition lasted 52 days

Each summer, as part of its Kolegovia cycle, the Ľudovít Fulla Gallery presents selected works of a Slovak Modernist who was a contemporary of Ľudovít Fulla. The project features the top works of each artist and possible mutual relations, "influences" and inspirations.

LV100. Ladislav Vychodil and the 20th Century Scene LV100. Ladislav Vychodil and the 20th Century Scene Bratislava
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.

City at the Crossroad City at the Crossroad Ružomberok
20. feb 2020 — 30. jun 2020
Exhibition lasted 131 days

The city of Ružomberok is indeed situated at the crossroad, and its possibilities and limitations arise from this fact. A crossroad also symbolizes the point at which decisions are made; either the city will choose the path of development or the path of the status quo and stagnation.

 

2019

Anna Daučíková. Work in Progress: 7 Situations Anna Daučíková. Work in Progress: 7 Situations Bratislava
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.

The Painter and a Boy. Vacation at Fulla’s House The Painter and a Boy. Vacation at Fulla’s House Ružomberok
5. dec 2019 — 16. feb 2020
Exhibition lasted 73 days

The exhibition features Simona Čechová's illustrations from the new illustrated book about a small hero who "gets lost" during his vacation in a miraculous house filled with paintings that come to life. How will the small hero in Jánošík's band survive by the sea, in a hot air balloon or among partisans? Will he meet the little mouse that cooked the porridge? This illustrated book inspired by the life and work of Ľudovít Fulla is also a tribute to the artist.

Keres kultura! / We Create Culture! (Contemporary Art and Roma Identity) Keres kultura! / We Create Culture! (Contemporary Art and Roma Identity) Banská Bystrica
22. oct 2019 — 23. feb 2020
Exhibition lasted 125 days

The Central Slovak Gallery in cooperation with the Slovak National Gallery and the Banská Bystrica self-governing region invites you to the opening of the exhibition.

Re-Construction of Fulla’s Apartment Re-Construction of Fulla’s Apartment Ružomberok
19. sep 2019 — 1. dec 2019
Exhibition lasted 74 days

The Ľudovít Fulla Gallery was established to exhibit Fulla's paintings but also to provide a home for him. The spaces designated for the general public were cleverly separated from his private spaces.

Focused on Detail Focused on Detail Ružomberok
19. sep 2019 — 1. dec 2019
Exhibition lasted 74 days

This time we did not focus on Ľudovít Fulla and his work in our cycle Viac Fullu / More of Fulla. Instead, this exhibition maps and interprets the qualities and interesting facts about this exceptional structure from the 1960s which was the first specially designed and constructed gallery building in Slovakia.

Laco Teren. Nothing Can Stop Us! Laco Teren. Nothing Can Stop Us! Bratislava
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! Bratislava
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.

 
 

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