Cabaret Voltaire, the birthplace of Dada, opened its doors on February 5, 1916. Hugo Ball, like many other artists and intellectuals, in the turmoil of the First World War found a safe place in the neutral Switzerland, in Zurich.
Andrzej Lachowicz, one the most significant representatives of Polish Neo-Avant-Garde, passed away on December 30, 2015.
4. 2. 2016. – 11. 3. 2016.
Thalberg Gallery in collaboration with the Marinko Sudac Collection and the Institute for the Research of the Avant-Garde is organising an exhibition „NEO DADA – GORGONA / Absurd Freedom“.
Featuring over 100 artworks, music videos, TV art commissions, and material culture from Yugoslavia between the early 1960s and mid 1980s, the exhibition showcases Yugoslav artists’ responses to the contradictions within the country’s unique "third way", self-managed socialism.
A bilingual 144-page catalogue in both English and Hebrew editions, including 100 photographs, has been published to accompany this exhibition.
On the opening of the "Artist on Vacation 2015" exhibition and the "Gorgona" exhibition on September 5, 2015 at the Museum of Contemporary Art Zagreb, a book launch was held for the newest publication, a book of collected writing by Ješa Denegri.
Exhibition and international conference, regarding the 100th anniversary of the beginning of World War I