Having at least a decade of friendship nurtured between them, the cultic Telep and the 235, experienced in film and visual content, have now embarked on
The Polish-based architectural firm KWK Promes has won the tender for converting the Ostrava slaughterhouse. The dilapidated building will house the PLATO contemporary art gallery. KWK
Unusual themes and unusual settings characterize these Eastern European exhibition spaces. Join us and find out what the ‘gallery’ name can cover! Budapest Poster Gallery |
Once you’ve seen them, it’s hard to get his images out of your head. Sensitive still lifes and extraordinary animal portraits with a metaphysical edge. We are
The DECODE Award is a unique call and exhibition opportunity for architects, visual and applied artists. It aims to strengthen the links between co-arts and raise
On 15 September, the new design store, gallery, bistro-café, and community space of Veszprém will open in the heart of the city, in the historic Rosenberg
Tradition and innovation in Lviv’s newest interdisciplinary space: RadioGarage is a common playground for art, sound and technology. The Ukrainian design and architecture studio O.M. Shumelda
Last summer, we visited the owners of Közért Bar and Csemege Presszó, that is, the Káli Cool, Zsófi Faur and his partner, Pál Szilágyi, who are
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
Dávid Kováts, the co-founder of Budapest’s Dobossy Auction House, opened a gallery in London in December 2020, right in the middle of the coronavirus epidemic. The
Located in Brno, this postindustrial building has come to a new life under the name Yoga Garden and Art Gallery Brno thanks to the careful redesign
The Hungarian youngart online gallery aims to connect young, talented artists with art lovers and help creators promote and sell their works by providing financial support.
The effortless combination of light, vista and white walls—this is how one can best describe the essence of the gallery interior designed by Czech architect Michal Motyčka.
Now it won’t only be the popular Liliomkert market that makes Káptalantóti worthy of a visit: Közért bár and Csemege presszó, aka Káli Cool Közért bar