MILOŠ ŠEJN
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aktualita PRAGUE WILDERNESS – LANDSCAPE FESTIVAL PRAGUE 201821|06|2018 - 30|09|2018
The Jaroslav Fragner Gallery

In the summer months, Prague will become a scene of the sixth annual international Landscape Festival, which focuses on urban public space and urbanized landscape in the Czech Republic. 
PRAGUE WILDERNESS – LANDSCAPE FESTIVAL PRAGUE 2018 PRAGUE WILDERNESS – LANDSCAPE FESTIVAL PRAGUE 2018


21.06.2018 - 30.09.2018
Energy of the initial line – gesture, rhythm, movement in contemporary Czech art Energy of the initial line – gesture, rhythm, movement in contemporary Czech art


01.03.2018 - 28.05.2018
IMAGE / BODY / SOUND IMAGE / BODY / SOUND


27.11.2017 - 27.11.2017
EVERY WANDERING ENDS IN THE BEGINNING EVERY WANDERING ENDS IN THE BEGINNING


13.11.2017 - 13.11.2017
(Post)Land Art and the Anthropocene (Post)Land Art and the Anthropocene


06.11.2017 - 06.11.2017
CS CONCEPTUAL ART OF THE 70s CS CONCEPTUAL ART OF THE 70s


11.10.2017 - 13.01.2018
SONIC SOLAR MOUNTAIN SONIC SOLAR MOUNTAIN


26.08.2017 - 26.08.2017
Bohemiae Rosa Bohemiae Rosa


25.08.2017 - 31.08.2017
HOW TO EXPLAIN IMAGES TO AN INVISIBLE INTERSPACE HOW TO EXPLAIN IMAGES TO AN INVISIBLE INTERSPACE


02.08.2017 - 10.08.2017
LAPSody 2017 – The Bubble LAPSody 2017 – The Bubble


24.05.2017 - 27.05.2017
ALCHEMIC BODY | FIRE . AIR . WATER . EARTH ALCHEMIC BODY | FIRE . AIR . WATER . EARTH


21.04.2017 - 29.05.2017
LIQUID ROOMS / THE LABYRINTH LIQUID ROOMS / THE LABYRINTH


10.02.2017 - 28.02.2017
LANDSCAPE LANDSCAPE


20.12.2016 - 12.02.2017
The Landscape, Art and Photography | Contemporary Artworks in the Landscape The Landscape, Art and Photography | Contemporary Artworks in the Landscape


01.11.2016 - 12.01.2017
Branches | Nature art – variations Branches | Nature art – variations


26.07.2016 - 16.10.2016
AGARA / Hommage à la Peinture AGARA / Hommage à la Peinture


04.04.2016 - 31.05.2016
SPEECH MELODIES SPEECH MELODIES


19.11.2015 - 08.01.2016
SELÉNÉ  / BECOMING A LUNAR FACE TELEPATHICALLY SELÉNÉ / BECOMING A LUNAR FACE TELEPATHICALLY


28.09.2015 - 28.09.2015
FACIALITY FACIALITY


05.09.2015 - 05.09.2015
SOLAR MOUNTAIN SOLAR MOUNTAIN


20.09.2014 - 09.09.9999
MICHALEK / ŠEIN MICHALEK / ŠEIN


27.11.2013 - 12.01.2014
IL SORRISO DEL LEONE IL SORRISO DEL LEONE


01.06.2013 - 24.11.2013
FACIALITY / Space of the Memory and an Immediate Space FACIALITY / Space of the Memory and an Immediate Space


23.10.2012 - 24.10.2012
Faces / Face as the phenomenon in videoart Faces / Face as the phenomenon in videoart


20.06.2012 - 16.09.2012
ARCHIVES & CABINETS ARCHIVES & CABINETS


14.06.2012 - 02.09.2012
The Written Face for SU-EN The Written Face for SU-EN


28.01.2012 - 28.01.2012
Finally Together Finally Together


07.09.2011 - 14.10.2011
B/L – Dedicated to Carolus Linnaeus B/L – Dedicated to Carolus Linnaeus


15.06.2010 - 29.08.2010
BEING LANDSCAPE BEING LANDSCAPE


25.03.2010 - 06.06.2010
Gardening Gardening


10.03.2009 - 13.03.2009
Cartusiae Waldiczensis Cartusiae Waldiczensis


29.11.2008 - 01.03.2009
Branches | Nature art – variations
M Ü C S A R N O K | kunsthalle Budapest

26.07.2016 - 16.10.2016


Curated by John K. Grande, Katalin Keserü & Mahmoud Maktabi

Artists: Peter Agnes, Peter Alpar, Chris Booth, Imre Bukta, Barna Eltes, Olafur Eliasson, Firman Djamil, Ferenc Varga, Colin Foster, Hamish Fulton, Antony Gormley, Yolanda Gutierrez, Alois Lindenbauer, Ryszard Litwiniuk, Mary Miss, Karin van der Molen, Henrique Oliveira, Pilar Ovalle, Atilla Pokorny, Milos Sejn, Imre Makovecz, Ichi Ikeda, Nils-Udo, Bob Verschueren, Linda Taylor, Villo Turcsanyi, Urs Twellmann, Jerilea Zempel

virtual tour
catalogue

Small Gestures is a multi-dimensional show of some 45 Hungarian and International artists and groups who explore our relatedness to nature, through materials and various processes and conceptions. They are active in the urban and the rural environment. Embracing themes of society and community, material and context, utopia, myth & performance and earth works, Small Gestures, has great breadth as a show including works from North and South America, Japan, Indonesia, and well as Eastern and Western Europe. 
To touch the earth is a small gesture, as deep in its resonance as it is universal and historically persistent. What we find in exploring the range of artists collaborations (and performances) is that we all share something in common. Even as we speak of cultural diversity the common thread linking our societal structures, our myths and aesthetic constructs is nature. A continuity and resonance can be felt as we explore the incredible range of ways artists interpret their sense of place, identity and community in our times. On site works will likewise be produced as various locations in and outside Budapest. Performance by Ichi Ikeda in the autumn will compliment the Small Gestures theme with the persistence of actions in the here and now.
As Small Gestures evidences, new connectivities and approaches are producing an aesthetic that combines processes and techniques from the past, yet hybridizing these, are part of an evolution of global art practise that is rooted in place, community, and with bio-specific and geo-specific language of expression that can re-unite us with the earth – our home.


John Grande

The Műcsarnok (Kunsthalle) in Budapest, the most significant Hungarian exhibition space for contemporary art, is organising an international nature art exhibition called Small Gestures in summer 2016. The exhibition will be curated by professor emeritus Katalin Keserü and curator/art critic John K. Grande. The show will feature works made of material from nature, and some of them will have been made in the exhibition space. One crucial priority in selecting the artists was that the works should be entirely new and modern. The curators have planned to invite forty artists. The catalogue, to be produced in conjunction with the exhibition, will deal with, among other things, the historical aspects of nature/land/eco art
 
Milos Sejn: Black Mirror, 2013, proposed installation

Milos Sejn: Solar Mountain, 2014
Milos Sejn: Solar Mountain, 2014 / videopresentation
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