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Too Soon Too Late

Artists from Austria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia together with Belgian artists have created a performative exhibition – tailored for the building of the Centre for Fine Arts – inspired by the centenary anniversary of the independence of the states of Central and Eastern Europe.

SHIFT, the Czech Republic/Lithuania; Markéta Vacovská, Agnija Šeiko, Marija Ščavinskaitė SHIFT, the Czech Republic/Lithuania; Markéta Vacovská, Agnija Šeiko, Marija Ščavinskaitė
Miřenka Čechová, Czech Republic Miřenka Čechová, Czech Republic
THE FALL, Belgium, Ballets Confidentiels THE FALL, Belgium, Ballets Confidentiels
Artists from Poland and Belgium Artists from Poland and Belgium
TODAY, EVERYTHING, Poland TODAY, EVERYTHING, Poland
Jakub Truszkowski, Katarzyna Chmielewska, Anna Steller, Katarzyna Ustowska, Leszek Bzdyl, Piotr Stanek Jakub Truszkowski, Katarzyna Chmielewska, Anna Steller, Katarzyna Ustowska, Leszek Bzdyl, Piotr Stanek
SOUNDS CAPE (Hungary) SOUNDS CAPE (Hungary)
SOUNDS CAPE (Hungary) SOUNDS CAPE (Hungary)
Leszek Bzdyl, Poland Leszek Bzdyl, Poland
A WOMAN IN ANY CENTURY, Austria A WOMAN IN ANY CENTURY, Austria
A WOMAN IN ANY CENTURY, Austria A WOMAN IN ANY CENTURY, Austria
THE HAMMER WITHOUT A MASTER  (Romania/Norway) Brynjar Åbel Bandlien (Norway) and Florin Flueraş (Romania) THE HAMMER WITHOUT A MASTER (Romania/Norway) Brynjar Åbel Bandlien (Norway) and Florin Flueraş (Romania)
EUROPE MEETS POLISH BEETS 2018, Monika Drozynska EUROPE MEETS POLISH BEETS 2018, Monika Drozynska
The reception The reception