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Vít Havránek | review | 01.01.2001
DIY ON THE RISE
"Ján Mančuška, I Don’t Like Going to the Bathroom Anywhere Else But Here, Dům Umění–České Budějovice, 18 January – 18 February 2001Dům Umění in České Budějovice this year put together Ján Mančuška’s biggest solo show to date, entitled I Don’t Like Going to the Bathroom Anywhere Else But Here. The gallery has over time developed an excellent exhibition program alternating international and Czech…
Mad Reality Ludmila Vachtová | review | 01.01.2001
MAD REALITY
Hypermental, Curated by Bice Curiger, Kunsthaus Zürich, 17 November 2000 – 21 January 2001, Hamburger Kunsthalle, 16 February – 5 May 2001“Hypermental” swooshed over the sharp-angled facade of the Kunsthaus in Zürich. Curator Bice Curiger, internationally noted for her excellent exhibitions, came up with this ambiguous neologism for the end of the millenium and it provided shelter for everything…
Hands in My Pockets Vladimir Skalnikov | review | 01.03.2000
HANDS IN MY POCKETS
Martin Zet is the most well-known Czech artist in Russia at the moment, right after Kupka. A number of exhibitions in Moscow and St. Petersburg and long-term friendly relations with his Russian counterparts have enabled him to settle perfectly into the local artistic climate—into the background of continuous quarrels about your own civilizing identity, about whether to become a part of the…
Let’s Go to the Post Office Lenka Lindaurová | review | 01.03.2000
LET’S GO TO THE POST OFFICE
What happens to art when it is exhibited is clear: it is as if it speaks different languages in different contexts, depending on the space and time of presentation, depending on what it is being confronted with. The context determines whether what we call art is strong, effective or whether, as it is said, it works. What is true for one place and time is not for another. I’m not sure whether it…
The End of the World with a Question Mark Ada Krnáčová-Gutleber | review | 01.03.2000
THE END OF THE WORLD WITH A QUESTION MARK
The newly renovated Kinski Palace on Prague’s Old Town Square, the headquarters of the National Gallery, has just recently opened an exhibition entitled The End of the World? General Director Milan Knížák conceived and curated the exhibition, and every critic that decides to write about it will probably run into the same problem. From what viewpoint should you evaluate an exhibition that within…
Lenka Lindaurová | review | 01.08.1998
WHO WILL ANSWER THEM? (ZELENÁ, MEGAVISION)
Lenka Lindaurová | review | 01.08.1998
A PRECISELY ABIDED GAME (ROMAN ONDÁK)
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