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20-jun.-2018 - 19-aug.-2018

Czech artists at the group exhibition “Somewhere in Between“

A travelling exhibition “Somewhere in between“, organized as a part of Trauma & Revival project, brings multiple realities of art practices from all over Europe to Belgium. The exhibition consists of works by artists from Central, North, South and Eastern Europe, from Baltic to Balkan. It is both a meditation on the identity of East and West and an attempt to gather stories, experiences, relations and encounters from a wide range of artists, curators and other engaged individuals. There are 18 Czech artists presented within the exhibition, making it one of the biggest showcases of Czech visual art in Brussels so far.  

This exhibition which shows contemporary art scenes in Europe is travelling from Kim Contemporary Art Center (Riga) to Brussels BOZAR and then continues to Bunkier Sztuki (Kraków). The curator of the exhibition- Michal Novotný -is the director at FUTURA center for contemporary art in Prague. Artsy, an online resource for art collecting and education, has put him on the list of the 20 most influential young curators in Europe in 2016.

The exhibition includes works by a broad range of Czech artists, from the legends of Czech action art such as Jiří Kovanda and Petr Štembera to conceptual photography of Jasanský & Polák to the youngest generation of Czech artists such as Mark Ther, Anežka Hošková and Romana Drdová. There probably has not been such a representative range of Czech contemporary artists in Brussels yet!

List of Czech artists presented within “Somewhere in Between”: Jan Brož, Jiří Kovanda, Jasanský & Polák, Julius Reichel, Jiří Skála, Romana Drdová, Jiří Černický, Veronika Bromová, Matyáš Chochola, Mark Ther, Habima Fuchs, Pavla Malinova, Adéla Součková, Petr Štembera, Anežka Hošková, Václav Litvan, Richard Nikl.

Photo: Adéla Součková at the exhibition by Czech Centre Berlin

When: from 20th June to 19th August 2018

Where: BOZAR / Centre for Fine Arts, Rue Ravenstein 23, Brussels

Price: 8 – 10 € for -26 and jobseekers, on Wednesdays: € 2












Van: 20-jun.-2018
T/m: 19-aug.-2018

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