Australian-born artist Joel Adler’s periscope-like sculpture reflects the surface of the ocean in a way we have never seen before. The permanent installation is located in
Turning from textiles to plants, Csenge Győrbíró now creates multisensory artworks with the involvement of nature itself. Unique scent combinations and tactile, natural surfaces: an arboretum
W.A.S.E. (We Are So Enthusiastic) is an inspirational zine, pop-up gallery, online archive of ideas and creative community recently launched by the internationally recognized Hungarian-Spanish-Russian collective
Polish-born architect and designer Jorge Zalszupin would have celebrated his 99th birthday on June 1. An important figure in modern design lived most of his life
She has travelled the world and since 2015 been working as a curator and a cultural organizer on the continent and beyond under the name violuk
A 21st-century form of artistic self-expression or an emerging genre of advertising? An escape from reality or a key to the architectural solutions of the future?
The home is not just a living space, but a small corner of the universe interwoven with good energies—where our loved ones, memories, or just the
A huge data visualization, using bubbles of different sizes, shows how much carbon dioxide different plants can sequester and store during their life cycle. The installation
Walking through the popular streets of small and large cities in Eastern Europe, we can almost definitely stumble upon some kind of public sculpture or monument.
The book VeryGraphic: Polish Designers of the 20th Century was published by Culture.pl and was edited by Jacek Mrowcyk. The publication summarizes and presents the most exciting contemporary graphic designers
“By the end of listening to the music I’ve got planned for Wonderest festival, my goal is for both my listeners and me to feel stronger
How can artistic performance be measured mathematically? Can the success of artists and curators be measured? The latest volume of BarabásiLab, Élek mentén – Kortárs magyar
Snack at your grandmother, quick appetite suppression after a school running race or the most classic menu at a house party—we know a thousand faces of
In the small village of Sáska, in the Balaton Highlands, a former library building will give space to an exhibition housing paintings and objects created by
Gábor Ébli’s book titled National Museums and Civic Patrons. Practices of Cultural Accumulation in Central and Eastern Europe, provides insight into the relationship between public and