20.4.2020 - 31.8.2020


What do artists do in spring?

What do artists do in spring? They go for a walk around the city or take trips to the countryside. And most importantly – they have their eyes open and transform the world around them into a work of art. What is your most favorite activity at this time of the year?
1.4.2020 - 31.8.2020


Which object is most important to you?

Since we cannot meet to engage in art in person in the current situation, we will regularly send you the creative activities from our workshop. They can be done from home and enjoyed by the whole family. Which object is most important to you these days? We seek to answer this question in the next task. Join us and get inspired by Emília Rigová's exhibition!
31.3.2020 - 31.8.2020


Kunsthalle KIDS from home: Drawing never ends! - 1. part

In a “door to door” fashion, Kunsthalle KIDS brings you the creative activities from the book Draw Your Sheep. It gives us the possibility to explore the drawings we use in various situations. These days, it is the shopping lists, daily or weekly schedules for the family, or homework and fun activities with the children. - Go ahead and get inspired! Join in and get inspired – because drawing never ends! Artists Dennis Oppenheim, Michal Kern, Paul Klee and Roman Ondak are looking forward to meeting you. More information can be found in the Education section.
5.3.2020 - 5.7.2020


EMÍLIA RIGOVÁ: Čohani z Koni Ajlend. After Bári Raklóri

The social and personal message of the exhibition is clearly readable. Emília Rigová works with a reconstruction of cultural history and with the actuality of her own I; with the erased history of the Roma diaspora and the actual identity of a young woman – intellectual, artist, feminist. The format of the museum of art, adopted for her paradoxical “display” of paintings, encompasses a critical revision of the western history of art and culture.
1.1.2020 - 31.12.2020


DRAW YOUR SHEEP. Drawing as you don't know it!

Drawing is a universal means of communication and it is understood by everyone. The children's book Draw Your Sheep is focusing on the very language of drawing in art and beyond.
25.11.2019 - 5.7.2020


School programs to the show Power of the Powerless

We will travel 30 years back in time to investigate what happened in former Czechoslovakia in November 1989 and what the situation was like at the SNP Square in Bratislava where Kunsthalle is headquartered. We will learn how artists lived at the time, how people used the keys on the square, and what their common goal was – although they did not know each other personally. The educational programs are held on-demand and adapted to visitor age.
22.11.2019 - 5.7.2020


THE POWER OF THE POWERLESS. Political Aspects in Slovak and Czech Art After 1989

November 1989 is an important political turning-point in the Slovak modern history, which has also essentially influenced the status of art in society. The newly-acquired freedom of expression enabled artists not only to present their works in public but also to express critical opinions. On the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the November events Kunsthalle Bratislava has prepared The Power of the Powerless, an exhibition focused on art that critically reflects on social problems in the Slovak and Czech context.
22.11.2019 - 16.2.2020



This artist’s work focuses mainly on the photography of architecture, and she is one of the most compelling photographers active on the international scene. In Kunsthalle LAB she will present a monumental wall with photo collages entitled Wrapped City.
16.11.2019 - 5.7.2020


RUDOLF SIKORA: Exclamation Mark (1974-2020)

Kunsthalle Bratislava welcomes the transformation of the public space in its immediate vicinity on Treskoňova Street where it plans to implement outdoor exhibition activities under the new brand "Kunsthalle EXT". The abbreviation "EXT" stands for the exterior, extension or exit, and it will mainly cover objects and installations, as well as other works of art intended for public spaces. The pilot artwork to kick off the new dramaturgy of this extended exhibition space in Kunsthalle Bratislava is the "signaling" object by Rudolf Sikora - Exclamation Mark.
27.9.2019 - 3.11.2019



The Right Pill is a project dealing with the uprising nationalism and xenophobia within the western counties as well as with the increasing ignorance in our society. The European history is full of examples of people having to leave their native lands to escape war and misery. Nowadays many immigrants set o on their odyssey until they get stuck. If they are rescued, they mostly get a space blanket as a first aid for immediate thermal relief. Since a few years in Berlin people started to use space blankets in demonstrations to protest against the upcoming fascism.
12.7.2019 - 6.10.2019



Orient2 is a meditation on East European identity. The exhibition finds a unifying aspect in this ambiguous region: a contradictory but also complementary self-underestimation, and a simultaneous arrogance. These are two definitional positions of the region’s wounded identity. Suggesting that a suppressed inferiority complex is a possible reason for the recent upsurge of nationalism and non-democratic tendencies in Eastern Europe, the exhibition asks whether the failure in constituting and performing Eastern European identities, if it were accepted, could not be turned into a virtue.
5.7.2019 - 15.9.2019



In Kunsthalle LAB the artist presents a site-specific installation consist- ing of heterogeneous natural and artificial elements. He uses diverse materials which refer to multi-layered contexts, thereby creating works which he calls social portraits.