Opening: February 15, at 20 o'clock
The exhibition PROJECTIONS builds up on a selection of works by Croatian artist Antun Motika (Pula, 1902 – Zagreb, 1992) while it attempts to contextualise his experimental body of work created from the beginning of the 1940s to the mid-1980s. It brings together various experiments and radical practices
Three works by Jiří Valoch from the Marinko Sudac Collection were published to accompany the article by Daniel Grúň, "Amateurism Under Socialism" in the most recent edition of the "Third text" journal. The editor of the issue was Reuben Fowkes.
As part of the Long Night of Museums, the exhibition opens at 18 o'clock at the Gallery of Fine Arts in Split.
This comprehensive and complex exhibition concludes this week at its first stop. The next one will open in March of 2019 in Krakow, Poland, at the International Cultural Centre.
The exhibition includes almost 40 works from the Marinko Sudac Collection, and a selection from them will be exhibited in Krakow as well.
The "Poézia a performancia. Východoeurópska perspektíva", organized in the New Synagoge in Žilina, was awarded the 1st prize as an independant project in 2018, by the BIELA KOCKA² awards organized by the Council of Slovak Galleries (RGS). 14 works from the Marinko Sudac Collection were presented at the exhibition.
The previous three years (2016/2017/2018):
15 countries worldwide in which we exhibited...
The "Gorgona" monograph will be at the 24th "Sa(n)jam knjige u Istri", Pula book fair. The monograph is nominated for the fair's "Libar za vajk" award.