From five storeys high, a vertical tree nursery overlooks the main square of Timișoara—an installation in the framework of the Timișoara European Capital of Culture 2023 program, which is a testimony to the harmonious coexistence of nature and the built environment. The Nursery.1306 plants for Timișoara is a
The solo show Satin, Soil, Stomach by Hungarian-Romanian artist Adrian Kiss presents, alongside recent works, the artist’s new textile-based objects and metal installations that were created specifically for this exhibition at VUNU Gallery.
Kiss is one of the best-known names of his generation in Hungary, who has gained recognition
Ottó Vincze’s giant buoys were launched on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the Liszt Institute in Prague.
From 9 June to 31 August, Ottó Vincze’s installation will float on the water near the Charles Bridge in Prague. The artist’s project, River-pool, uses giant buoys from
Fresa by Oana Stănescu is inspired by and dedicated among others to the strawberry pickers and estimated 1 million seasonal workers in agriculture across the EU.
An ode to the fruit, the earth, and the people that help bring this beloved produce to the table and our lips, the intervention
Why is there too much freedom on the canvas, why is brand building important even in a narrow field, and why don’t instant ideas work for installations? Adrian Kiss, who will soon have another solo exhibition in Košice, Slovakia, talked about this.
Was there a memorable moment in your
As absurd as they may seem at first glance, Réka Lőrincz’s works are just as experimental. In the work of the Hungarian artist, social sensitivity is complemented with a touch of humor and sophistication. Contemporary jewelry, objects, and installations at the intersection of body, mind, and soul. Interview.
The work is a reflection on nature, as is customary for the Danish-Icelandic artist, and won the contest of the West Cumbrian coastline in the UK.
Most recently, Ólafur Elíasson played with light and reflective surfaces in the Qatari desert, but this time the waterfront will take center stage. The
The exhibition Mirrors of Zlín celebrates 700 years of history of Zlín in Czechia with a series of multimedia installations in the local castle park. The artistic installations were envisioned and realized by the design team Loom on the Moon.
The first of the three installations presents the writer Pavel
Leta Sobierajski and Wade Jeffree’s story started in 2013 through OK Cupid, an online dating website. Love came first, but as graduated graphic designers, they soon started brainstorming and creating together as well. It was a match made in heaven, a meeting of like-minded people with similar tastes in
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