Archive

26.5.2021 - 11.7.2021

Exhibition

EVA KOŤÁTKOVÁ: Get Used to My Body, I Live Quite Comfortably in It

The square functions as a petri dish of multilayered social encounters and interactions. Almost as a strangely premeditated, carefully constructed meticulously and precisely choreographed and timed experiment. Even though it all seems to be happening naturally.
26.5.2021 - 11.7.2021

Exhibition

NIKOLA ČIŽMÁROVÁ: Do You Remember How We Met?

Do You Remember How We Met? is an artwork concerned with the first meetings and memories of the artist and her friends. It consists of an object installation of ashtrays, as a dramatic evocation of the place where people interacted in public space. Part of the work is a sound recording, describing each of the situations from two points of view.
20.5.2021 - 11.7.2021

Exhibition

IGOR EŠKINJA: Exposures

The solo exhibition project for Kunsthalle Bratislava reflects Igor Eškinja’s interest in changing the narratives of the exhibition space and taking the specifics of the exhibition space as a main premise in the project.
30.4.2021 - 19.5.2021

Exhibition

Scripts of the Shifting Bodies

As the first step towards the planned partnership of Kunsthalle Bratislava and the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava (VŠVU), we present this exhibition of diploma works from the Department of Intermedia in VŠVU 2020. Because of the pandemic situation the works displayed here, by students who graduated last year, could not previously be shown to the public.
30.4.2021 - 19.5.2021

Event

Stories of the Inflamed Head

In her performance and video installation Stories of the Inflamed Head, Dorota Brázdovičová focused on the impact of information overload in post-digital society and its influence on psychic and physical health.
17.3.2021

Discussion

ONLINE / Artist Talk: Grossi Maglioni

The Italian duo Grossi Maglioni (Francesca Grossi, Vera Maglioni), whose exhibition Beast Mother is currently taking place at Kunsthalle LAB, will present their work in a talk with the curator of Kunsthalle Bratislava, Lýdia Pribišová.
11.3.2021 - 25.4.2021

Exhibition

GROSSI MAGLIONI: Beast Mother

Beast Mother is a project focusing on the examination of motherhood, maternal care, and its transformative potential. Its pivotal point is the figure of the mother with instinctive wild qualities, who guards her children and in the course of this action becomes a figure of frightfulness.
27.1.2021 - 14.3.2021

Exhibition

ROMAN ONDAK: SK Parking

After twenty years, Roman Ondak invites us to experience a reinstallation of his cult work SK Parking, a constellation of seven Škoda cars parked in a dead-end street beside Kunsthalle Bratislava. He invites us to think about the questions: in what way is this work, and on this very street, still topical today? Is there actually a still-existing abyss between East and West, which continues to remain a component of our geographical space; or ultimately, in fact, does it mirror the state of the building in front of which the work appears, and indeed of certain institutions within it?
11.1.2021 - 31.12.2021

Discussion

ONLINE / ARTBASE VIDEO

New videos about Slovak visual artists A series of new video profiles about artists, created for the online database of contemporary Slovak visual art ARTBASE, brings interviews with Oto Hudec, Ilona Németh, Dorota Sadovská, Jaroslav Kyša, Tomáš Rafa and Stano Masár.
12.11.2020 - 28.2.2021

Exhibition

RADOVAN ČEREVKA: Building a Real Body

The Kunsthalle LAB exhibition showcases the newest body of work of Košice-based artist — Radovan Čerevka (*1980). The current cycle of the artist arranged as a total environment in space focuses on the cult of the body and can also be interpreted as a dystopic post-human vision and is manifested as an interconnected large-scale installation.
3.9.2020 - 31.12.2021

Workshop

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.
2.9.2020 - 31.12.2021

Event

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.