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The Schaubmar Mill in Pezinok

The Schaubmar Mill in Pezinok

The Schaubmar Mill in Pezinok

Cajlanská 255

Schaubmar´s Mill is part of the Slovak National Gallery. It is the only preserved stream mill with functional mill technology in Slovakia. There is an exposition of milling industry and a gallery of fine arts dedicated primarily to modern and contemporary art and design.

The mill is devoted not only to preserving our cultural heritage and to presentation of fine art. We also organise numerous accompanying events related to visual art, nature and environment, crafts, and food.

You can join in workshops, enjoy guided visits, concerts, markets, and other events for both specialist and wider public throughout the year.

Part of the Schaubmar´s Mill area is an orchard that we are gradually revitalising and planning to open to public. After a tour of the mill and the gallery, you are invited to check the offer of nice books on art and nature and various small products from our workshop. You can also stop by and enjoy coffee and cakes in our café…

     

Expositions and exhibitions

Roman Ondak: Time Capsule Roman Ondak: Time Capsule Schaubmarov Mlyn v Pezinku
Exhibition will last 69 days

The 2011 Time Capsule expands the Slovak National Gallery collection of the works of today already world-renowned artist Roman Ondak by a monumental installation. The new acquisition fundamentally widens the conceptual art collection and the after 1960s installations in SNG and joins to the previously acquired works of the author - Hunger (1996), Anonymous Room (1996), Sated Table (1997), Retrospective (2005).

Disappearing Body Disappearing Body Schaubmarov Mlyn v Pezinku
Exhibition will last 250 days

The exhibition Disappearing Body is an experiential essay on the "disappearing" of physical bodies in our lives. It observes the general trend of decorporalisation of human existence, which has recently taken on new dimensions. Whether we regard the issue of different degree of physical „disappearing" within everyday life through the optics of geopolitical context, technological direction, "dissolution" of identities in online environments, post- or trans-humanistic theories, pandemic measures, spirituality, or self-observation, each of the aspects offers a wide range of interpretations. Similarly variable image is brought by the exhibition.

 
   
 

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