From October 8, 2020 to January 15, 2021, the exhibition project created for the Artwall Gallery in Prague (CZ) is primarily an activist gesture of a young trans man and his mother, pointing towards a contemporary society in which trans people still find it difficult to find their place and are all too often exposed to humiliation, bullying, and discrimination
In October 2020 at the Musée de l’Orangerie, Paris the Franco-Swiss artist Agnès Thurnauer will install her functional sculpture Matrices Chromatiques (Chromatic Matrixes), created as part of the powerful series Matrices/Assises (Matrixes / Seated)
From October 14 to November 8, 2020, exploring the concept of memory not as a place but as an action, Mikhail Tolmachev’s project "Re-Locations" pursues one of the main axes of the exhibition programs of the Vadim Sidur Museum in Moscow (RU), in connection with the search for formats for the study of collective and individual memory
From September 3 to November 1, 2020, the Maison des Arts of Schaerbeek (BE) welcomes the works of a private collection for an exhibition: the collection of Christophe Veys. The latter chose love as a red thread and its many variations to allow the discovery of these works including those of Adam Vačkář.
From 01/11/2020 to 31/01/2021 at Ludwigmuseum of Koblenz (DE), «Slow Life - Radical Practices of the Everyday» is an international group exhibition that will include Oto Hudec, a commitment that reflects the pressing global challenges of our time.
From September 19 to November 8, 2020, the Manufacture of Roubaix (FR) organizes the second edition of the biennial OBJET TEXTILE, a highlight of its programming around contemporary textile art. Deneth Piumakshi has been selected to participate in this exhibition, which reflects the richness and diversity of contemporary textile creation
Landmarks is presenting video "Tutorial" of Vendula Knopová this September 2020. "Tutorial" is a generous, thankfully undidactic lesson for these fraught times, a welcome way to learn absurd, unexpected approaches to joy and art in life. ―Kanitra Fletcher
From July 6 to November 22, 2020, Museum der Kulturen Basel (CH), presents the exhibition where Deneth Piumakshi will participate, Thirst for Knowledge Meets Collecting Mania, explores the motives for this former collecting mania and poses questions as to the appropriate handling of sensitive objects today.
From June 1, 2020, the collection refers to the action of the Hungarian art historian László Beke, who in 1971 sent to a group of his artist friends - as Zbyněk Baladrán - a list with an invitation to respond to the slogan "WORK = the DOCUMENTATION OF THE IMAGINATION/IDEA.” The collection of received responses has become an important element in the development of Central European conceptual art, as well as a testimony to the informal network of relationships
The exhibition "Old Dogs" is part of a work dedicated to Pardubice and the history and art of Eastern Bohemia. The project follows a private initiative of the cultural community, which prepared two lectures on the theme of Alva Hajn 1938-1991. Exhibition runs from March 18 - September 20, 2020. Dům U Jonáše, Pardubice, CZ
Joseph Grigely is participating to the new version of the project "Do it (home)". It´s a growing selection of instructions distributed online, and simultaneously through over 30 collaborating art spaces from within ICI’s international network
The Hundred Heroines, women in photography from across the world whose work in transforming photography today. Selected in December 2018 to mark the centenary of some British women voting in general election.
After 15 years since its launch at the CCA Ujazdowski Castle in 2004 and exhibitions in 2005 at the Whitechapel Gallery London, KW Institute Berlin, Fundacio Antoni Tàpies Barcelona, the project is now part of the collection of the Museum of Modern Art Warsaw available to all.