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aktualita Zdzisław Jurkiewicz. Occurrences25|06|2021 - 21|10|2021
MWW – Wrocław Contemporary Museum

The exhibition additionally juxtaposes this contemplative aspect of Jurkiewicz’s practice with selected works by artists such as Les Levine, Dóra Maurer, Robert Morris, Philippe Van Snick, Miloš Šejn or Margita Titlova-Ylovsky, which were also created on the basis of careful observation of everyday life. 
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Zdzisław Jurkiewicz. Occurrences
22.06. – 11.10.2021 | MWW / Wroclaw Contemporary Museum
pl. Strzegomski 2a, 53-681 Wrocław, Poland

curator: Marika Kuźmicz

MWW / Muzeum Współczesne Wroclaw

Artists: Zdzisław Jurkiewicz & Les Levine, Dóra Maurer, Robert Morris, Philippe Van Snick, Miloš Šejn, Margita Titlová-Ylovsky

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ART, MELANCHOLY AND LAUGH FACES IN THE FACE OF ABSURDITY
22.05. – 03.10.2021 | AJG - Ales South Bohemian Gallery
Hluboká nad Vltavou, CZ


curated by Tomáš Vlček

The exhibition ART, MELANCHOLY AND LAUGH FACES IN THE FACE OF ABSURDITY presents works which, in response to the crisis of modern times, sought and discovered new possibilities of fine art. The exhibition includes selected artifacts by important authors born in the years 1939 - 1953. 
 
Milos Šejn: BLOUDĚNÍ BAŽINAMI DYJE / WANDERING THROUGH THE DYJE RIVER SWAMPS, event, 1969
 
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FOR THE LAST FIFTY YEARS
27.11.2020  – 01.10.2023 | Galerie moderního umění
Hradec Králové

curated by Tomáš Pospiszyl 
 
Zbyněk Baladrán, Veronika Bromová, Anna Daučíková, Anetta Mona Chisa & Lucia Tkáčová, Matyáš Chochola, Michal Gabriel, Vladimír Houdek, Anna Hulačová, Ladislav Jezbera, Václav Jirásek, Lenka Klodová, Milan Knížák, Vladimír Kokolia, Milan Langer, Markéta Othová, Daniel Pitín, Michal Rittstein, Jaroslav Róna, Zorka Ságlová, Václav Stratil, Miloš Šejn, Margita Titlová-Ylovsky, Martin Zet

 

Milos Šejn: Present, 1970, performance, slideshow, digitalised, THE GALLERY OF MODERN ART IN HRADEC KRÁLOVÉ collection
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Art Is Here: New Art
19.02. 2019 – 26.12.2021 | Moravská galerie
Brno, CZ


This second form of the exhibition of the same name brings selected chapters and stories of art after 1945. Its axis is made up of the art collection and archive of Jiri Valoch - a key personality in cultural Brno and beyond. The exhibition documents the ground-breaking exploits of new art and will map out its local developments and international outreach.
Jiri Valoch acted as the central node in an art network of Czech and foreign artists such as Dalibor Chatrny, Radek Kratina, Jiri Hynek Kocman, Dick Higgins, Ben Vautier, Heinz Gappmayr, Imre Bak, Dora Maurer and many others. Remarkable evidence of the rich mutual contacts - established and maintained in spite of the sealed borders - is the Invisible Sculpture by Joseph Beuys, which he sent to Jiří Valoch in the form of a picture postcard at the end of 1979. The title of the permanent exhibition itself: ART IS HERE was taken from the postcards which Valoch would send to his friends.
The exhibition is spread over twelve rooms on the first floor of the Prazak Palace. The dominant attraction is a room with a chute. To the exhibition room showing the work of Dalibor Chatrný visitors can slide from a re-hung permanent exhibition of Modern Art on the second floor. Other rooms present post-surrealist works, land-art realizations and geometrical abstractions. A separate room is dedicated to text installations by Jiri Valoch, which he used to place directly on the walls of galleries. Another room faithfully reconstructs the situation in his flat overflowing with art. The exhibited artists will include Milan Knizak with his post-modern furniture and collages from vinyl records. Space will also be provided for the work of Marian Palla featuring his processual paintings on display together with the photographic documentation of their origins in the studio on Kotlarska St.
A surprise taking on the appearance of a Tatraplan awaits visitors at the end of the permanent exhibition. The Tatraplan car on show received an artistic facelift for the legendary theatre play Ananas directed by J. A. Pitinsky. 

In permanent exhibition New Art you can see a intervention from Katerina Seda - For Every Dog A Different Master, interventions by Barbora Klimova entitled REPLACED and by Pavel Hayek Photograms.

Milos Šejn: Found pigments, colected from 1956

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SOLAR MOUNTAIN
2008-2014 – Earth work | House of Nature of Litovelské Pomoraví / Sluňákov - The Olomouc Centre for Ecological Aktivities, 783 35 Horka nad Moravou, The Czech Republic


Solar Mountain, 2008-2014
earth work, 12 x 32 x 32 m

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GRANDE TERRE
1997 – Processual work | Le Hameau de la Brousse, Sers, France

Grande Terre, 1997
tinted sandstone cliff, 3 x 100 m
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PLACE OF JUSTICE
1999 – Permanent installation |  The ridge between the Veliš Hill and Staré Místo nearby Jicin town, Czech Republic

Place of Justice, 1999, sandstone, two linden trees
50°24'15.06"N /  15°19'18.70"E

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