9 September 2016 - 13 November 2016
Combined exhibition: Equilibrium – Slovak Graphics, Sculpture and Painting & Telling Lines – Contemporary Slovak Drawing
The combined exhibition Equilibrium – Slovak Graphics, Sculpture and Painting & Telling Lines – Contemporary Slovak Drawing provides a comprehensive overview of modern Slovak works by a middle generation of Slovak painters and glass-makers as well as contemporary drawing by a young generation of Slovak artists. The Equilibrium exhibition will present works by respected Slovak artists of the middle generation. Works by Marián Komáček are characterised by unmistakable expressive graphics and paintings of the contemporary world. Karol Felix will present a world of strong human emotions in which actors maintain a fragile mental balance. Palo Macho works with flat glass. He heats it and subsequently forms and deforms it, enabling him to create double-sided reliefs. The Telling Lines exhibition consists of works by eight outstanding young artists: B. Sirka, D. Krajčová, I. Šateková, J. Mitríková, D. Demjanovič, M. Pascoe Mikyšková, R. Podhorský and S. Fialová. Drawing in various forms, often overlapping with other media, plays an important role in their work.