aktualita CS CONCEPTUAL ART OF THE 70s11|10|2017 - 13|01|2018
FAIT Gallery, Ve Vaňkovce 2, Brno, Czech Republic

The exhibition focuses on monitoring trends that have been applied to the art of ideas, records, projects and events. It will present various forms of conceptual work with drawings and photographs as well as the status of the concept devoted to the relation of the script and the image, or it will also focus on futuristic, action and environmental projects. 
04.09.2018 - 09.10.2018 | Galerie UFFO, Trutnov

Milos Sejn, Becoming The Maple Brook, acrylic on canvas, 160 x 2500 cm, detail
Galerie UFFO
Náměstí Republiky 999
541 01 Trutnov
Czech Republic
Primary Line Energy - Gesture, Rhythm, Movement in Contemporary Czech Art
15.02.2018 - 30.04.2018 | The Gallery of Modern Art in Hradec Králové

curated by Petra Polláková & Petra Příkazská

The exhibition aims to chart the influence of East Asian ink painting and calligraphy on Czech art between the years 1945-2015. The exhibition should not only show the direct influence of the individual authors within their trips to China, Vietnam, Japan, etc., but also a peculiar form of Czech abstract art, which is loosely based on Far Eastern philosophy and the visual impact of the line and character.

Artists: Karel Adamus , Jiří Černický, Federico Diaz, Pavel Korbička, Pavel Mrkus, Petr Pastrňák, Jindřich Max Pavlíček, Adéla Součková, Miloš Šejn, Margita Titlová-Ylovsky

Milos Šejn: Mural Painting, 25.11.2016, charcoal dust and water, Jungmannova 3, Olomouc
Galerie moderního umění v Hradci Králové
Velké náměstí 139/140
500 03 Hradec Králové
PAO – A polyphony of voices
17.11. – 19.11.2017 | ROM for kunst og arkitektur, Maridalsveien 3, 0178, Oslo

The 5th-anniversary edition of PAO Festival, Oslo´s only yearly international contemporary performance art festival, will once again take place in November this year at ROM. The anniversary was marked with an open call receiving 168 applications from all over the world. During the process of selecting the 12 artists, a variety of issues were uncovered, all with an interconnected common thread which brought together this year's constellation of artists.

During the festival the artists will reveal their interpretations of society in diverse and unique ways. We will see concerns ranging from the increased contrasts between technology and nature, how information flows through social media, communication, identity issues and the transformation of places and cultures, climate change and political turbulence.

When looking at the works for open call, many questions arised:
How are artists affected by current political climates and social structures in their everyday lives and how do they convey this in their work?
How do artists reflect on the new contemporary political unrest?
How are artists expressing the gap between reality versus technology and social media?
How are they reacting to climate change and environmental threats?

During the PAO Festival 2017, we hope to find some answers and perhaps even more questions.

Milos Sejn: Oír Arran / Ireland –2016/09/17 / written images // place – watching – world – body  – words  – traces – language – shapes – voice // Legs and body in the sand, eyes and mind somewhere above and immediately in this place

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