hunt kastner

Zbyněk Baladrán

The Beginning of Something Yet to be Determined

hunt kastner, Prague [opening Friday 30 August, until 9 November 2019]

– solo

Carnations and velvet / art and revolution in portugal and czechoslovakia 1968–1974–1989

curated by Sandra Baborovská (GHMP) & Adelaide Ginga (MNAC, Lisbon)

Prague City Gallery (GHMP) at the Municipal Library of Prague [30 April - 29 September 2019]

– artists: Adriena Šimotová, Eva Kmentová, Květa Válová, Jitka Válová, Jiří Kovanda, Petr Štembera, Karel Miler, Jan Mlčoch, Milan Knížák, Václav Havel, Jiří Kolář, Július Koller, Ľubomír Ďurček, Mária Bartuszová, Jana Želibská, Helena Almeida, Lourdes Castro, Ana Vieira, Ana Hatherly, Fernando Calhau, Manuel Alvess, António Barros, Silvestre Pestana, Alberto Carneiro, Ernesto de Sousa, Álvaro Lapa, José de Guimarães, Zbyněk Baladrán, Carla Filipe and Ana de Almeida.

Temporary Structures 5

curated by Jakub Adamec, Daniela & Linda Dostálková, Michal Novotný

Plato, Ostrava [from 7 March 2019]

Photobloc. Central Europe in photobooks (XX-XXIcc)

Międzynarodowe Centrum Kultury (International Cultural Centre) in Krakow, PL [22 November 2019 - 3 March 2020]

– The exhibition and accompanying publication is devoted to photobook culture in the region and will explore the way photographic publications reflect complex identity of Central Europe, both in terms of artistic development and its socio-political history. Presenting about 100 books from the beginning of the 20th century until today from Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary and Romania.

FotoNoviembre- Festival Internacional de Fotografía de Tenerife

curated by Laura Vallés Vílchez

TEA Tenerife Espacio de la Arte, Cabildo Insular de Tenerife [7 November 2019 - 31 January 2020]

Dalibor Chatrný

carnations and velvet / art and revolution in portugal and czechoslovakia 1968–1974–1989

curated by Sandra Baborovská (GHMP) & Adelaide Ginga (MNAC, Lisbon)

Prague City Gallery (GHMP) at the Municipal Library of Prague [30 April - 29 September 2019]

– artists: Adriena Šimotová, Eva Kmentová, Květa Válová, Jitka Válová, Jiří Kovanda, Petr Štembera, Karel Miler, Jan Mlčoch, Milan Knížák, Václav Havel, Jiří Kolář, Július Koller, Ľubomír Ďurček, Mária Bartuszová, Jana Želibská, Helena Almeida, Lourdes Castro, Ana Vieira, Ana Hatherly, Fernando Calhau, Manuel Alvess, António Barros, Silvestre Pestana, Alberto Carneiro, Ernesto de Sousa, Álvaro Lapa, José de Guimarães, Zbyněk Baladrán, Carla Filipe and Ana de Almeida.

Anna Hulačová

Aichi Triennale, Taming Y/Our Passion

artistic director: TSUDA Daisuke

Toyota Municipal Museum of Art, Nagoya, Japan [1 August - 14 October 2019]

– artists: Monira AL QADIRI [Senegal/Germany] / Candice BREITZ [South Africa/Germany] / James BRIDLE [UK/Greece] / Miriam CAHN [Switzerland] / The Center for Investigative Reporting [USA] / dividual inc. [Japan] / Ayşe ERKMEN [Turkey/Germany] / FUJII Hikaru [Japan] / Regina José GALINDO [Guatemala] / Dora GARCÍA [Spain/Spain, Norway] / ICHIHARA Satoko (Q) [Japan] / IMAMURA Yohei [Japan] / KATO Tsubasa [Japan] / KOIZUMI Meiro [Japan] / Kyun-Chome [Japan] / LIM Minouk [South Korea] / Mónica MAYER [Mexico] / MURAYAMA Goro [Japan] / NAGATA Kosuke [Japan] / Reynier Leyva NOVO [Cuba] / Pangrok Sulap [Malaysia] / PARK Chan-kyong [South Korea] / pascALEjandro (Alejandro JODOROWSKY and Pascale MONTANDON-JODOROWSKY) [France] / Stuart RINGHOLT [Australia] / Saeborg [Japan] / TAKAMINE Tadasu [Japan] / TAKAYAMA Akira (Port B) [Japan] / TANAKA Koki [Japan] / Javier TÉLLEZ [Venezuela/USA] / USUI Yui [Japan] / YUAN Goang-Ming [Taiwan] / YUMISASHI Kanji [Japan]

I Dreamed I was a House

curated by insitu, Berlin

Casino Luxembourg, Luxembourg [7 June - 8 September 2019]

– artists: Ulla von Brandenburg, Anna Hulačová, Julie Favreau, Aurora Sander, Markus Selg, Alvaro Urbano.

SCOOTER IV

curated by Vladimír Beskid

Galéria Jána Koniarka, Trnava, SK [13 June - 25 August 2019]

– Triennal of young artists from Central Europe

NOSZTROMO

ASHES/ASHES, New York [13 September – 27 October, 2019]

Eva Koťátková

Performance | Eva Koťátková: Asking the Hair about the Scissors

Swiss Institute, N.Y., NY [Thursday, August 8th at 7pm]

– On the occasion of the exhibition Harald Szeemann | Grandfather: A Pioneer Like Us

Eva Koťátková

curated by Henriette Bretton-Meyer

Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen [21 September 2019 – 16 February 2020]

– solo exhibition

Eva Koťátková

Kestner gesellschaft [7 December 2019 - 9 February 2020]

– solo exhibition

16th Istanbul Biennial

The Seventh Continent, curated by Nicolas Bourriaud

Istanbul, Turkey [14 September - 10 November 2019]

– "The Seventh Continent is an anthropology of an off-centred world and an archaeology of our times. It defines today’s art as an archipelago of diverse enquiries into global life, tracking the prints of human activity on the earth and our impact on its non-human inhabitants."

Basim Magdy

A Peacock and a Hippo Walk Into an Existential Debate

curated by Sandrine Wymann

La Kunsthalle Mulhouse - Centre d'art contemporain [6 June - 28 August 2019]

– solo

Daniel Pitín

Paper Tower

curated by Petr Nedoma

Galerie Rudolfinum [26 September - 29 December 2019]

– solo

Retina

curated by Emma Hanzliková

8smička, Humpolec [18 October 2019 - 16 February 2020]

– group exhibition

Zorka Ságlová

Zorka Ságlová

curated by Lenka Šimková

Galerie Miroslava Kubíka, Litomyšl [16 June - 1 September 2019]

– solo

Jiří Skála

VLADÍMIR BOUDNÍK

curated by Ondřej Chrobák & Petr Ingerle

Moravská galerie, Brno [12 April - 11 August 2019]

– artists: Vladimír Boudník with work by Jiří Černický, Jiří Skála, Pavel Mrkus, Matěj Al-Ali + Filip Turek, and J. H. Kocman

Jan Šerých

Orient 2

curated by Michal Novotný

Kunsthalle Bratislava [12 July - 6 October 2019]

– artists: Argišt Alaverdyan, Rada Boukova, Zuzanna Czebatul, Marek Delong & Anna Slama, Anna Daučíková, Wojtek Doroszuk, Lucia Elena Prusa, Anders Gronlien, Kaspars Groshevs, Tomáš Hlavina, Martin Horák, Baptiste Charneux, Šimon Kadlečák, Shifra Kazhdan, Alina Kleytman, Lenka Klodová, Adam Kokesch, Martin Kohout, Ieva Kraule, Marlena Kudlicka, Kwiekulik, Marek Meduna, Daria Melnikova, Maria Metsalu, Vlad Nanca, Deimantas Narkevicius, Richard Nikl, Jan Pfeiffer, Jaakko Pallasvuo & Anni Puolakka, Lucia Elena Prusa, Jan Šerých, Jiří Thýn, Ondřej Vicena.

Retina

curated by Emma Hanzlikova

8smička, Humpolec [18 October 2019 - 16 February 2020]

– group exhibition

Michaela Thelenová

Labyrinth

curated by Tereza Nováková

Pragovka Gallery [14 August - 8 October 2019]

– artists: Miroslav Hašek, Julie Hrnčířová, Radek Jandera, Moře Klidu, Jakub Korselt, Martin Krupa & Lucie Růžičková & Klára Kelovská, Klára Míčková, Alexandra Naušová & Simona Patelisová, Barbora Ondřichová-Halamová, Gabriela Procházková, Anna Roubalová & Karolína Votýpková & Terezie Adamová, Marie Sheerbaumová & Gabriela Kronďáková, Petra Sklenářová, Barbora Šimková, Michaela Thelenová, Hana Vysloužiová

Jiří Thýn

Orient 2

curated by Michal Novotný

Kunsthalle Bratislava [12 July - 6 October 2019]

– artists: Argišt Alaverdyan, Rada Boukova, Zuzanna Czebatul, Marek Delong & Anna Slama, Anna Daučíková, Wojtek Doroszuk, Lucia Elena Prusa, Anders Gronlien, Kaspars Groshevs, Tomáš Hlavina, Martin Horák, Baptiste Charneux, Šimon Kadlečák, Shifra Kazhdan, Alina Kleytman, Lenka Klodová, Adam Kokesch, Martin Kohout, Ieva Kraule, Marlena Kudlicka, Kwiekulik, Marek Meduna, Daria Melnikova, Maria Metsalu, Vlad Nanca, Deimantas Narkevicius, Richard Nikl, Jan Pfeiffer, Jaakko Pallasvuo & Anni Puolakka, Lucia Elena Prusa, Jan Šerých, Jiří Thýn, Ondřej Vicena.

Tomáš Vaněk

VLADÍMIR BOUDNÍK

curated by Ondřej Chrobák & Petr Ingerle

Moravska Galerie, Brno [12 April - 11 August 2019]

– artists: Vladimír Boudník with work by Jiří Černický, Jiří Skála, Pavel Mrkus, Matěj Al-Ali + Filip Turek, and J. H. Kocman

Penetration (Fluid Painting)

curated by Jiří Černický

Pragovka Artdistrict, Prague [11 June - 6 August]

– artists: Tomáš Vaněk, Jiří Franta, Petra Švecová, Michaela Černická, Jakub Choma, selected students and graduates of atelier Malby UMPRUM