viennacontemporary is the largest art fair in the region, offering the highest concentration of Eastern European galleries worldwide. Exhibitors from the Baltics to the Balkan will showcase their local talents as well as internationally renowned artist.
This year VIENNAFAIR had two wonderful curated projects: VIENNA Duet (Georgia and Poland) and “DIYALOG”: New Energies. In this post we would like to introduce you to dedicated curators and thank our partners – the Ministry of Culture and Monument Protection of Georgia, the Polish Institute in Vienna, and OMV – for their kind support.
How Art Works? – a serious movie about problems and solutions by Tymek Borowski & Pawel Sysiak ( Billy Gallery) http://billygallery.com/
“I layer one image on another,” says Przemek Matecki – and that’s precisely what he does. The adoption of the simplest of methods to juxtapose two seemingly incongruous languages, meanings, histories, or images leads to an astonishing and compelling conclusion.Can two opposing things be reconciled into a whole to create a new meaning?
International video art competition Theme: Happiness Deadline: September 15, 2013 To participate Send applications to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Collecting art has become a luxurious hobby for many wealthy Poles. Piotr Bazylko, journalist turned public relations specialist, is one of them. He has been collecting new and contemporary Polish art for the last 15 years. Recently I had the chance to meet him in his office for a very insightful interview.
“Poles Don’t Invest In Things, Rather They Invest In Ideas.” Poland’s war-torn history has shaped the way in which Poles deal with art. “You have to remember that this is the Poland where people lost everything every 20 years and therefore they have learned to only buy things for the next years, maybe five…,” says …