He is a self-taught artist researching through a mix of participatory and durational art practices both local and global in scale. He lives and works in Prague, Czech Republic and in UK.
Several basic motifs appear and are developed in the work of Jaroslav Varga. His main theme is the city and its transformation, deformation and elements of disappearance. He works with history but always connects, confronts and reflects upon it in light of the present, which he places within a broader historical framework. He investigates contemporary […]
speakers: Tomáš Dvořák, Michaela Fišerová, Jussi Parikka, Susan Schuppli, Birgit Schneider While machine-readable images have by now become a constant reference point for photographic theory and contemporary visual media studies, our event turns to the question: what are the specialised expert-readable image practices that cater to the technical specifities, institutional demands, and particular knowledge-roles of […]
She studied at the Villa Arson in Nice and attended the Gerrit Rietveld Academie at Amsterdam. In 2012-2013, she was part of le Pavillon, the research laboratory of le Palais de Tokyo. In 2018, she was nominated for the Prix AWARE women art prize. She is represented by Gallery Joseph Tang (Paris) and gallery Polansky […]
He studied Marketing, Communications and Advertising (BA) in Athens and received a MA in fine art photography from the Film Academy (FAMU), in Prague. He also holds a degree in Media and Multimedia design from The Hague University, in the Netherlands. He is an Alexander S. Onassis Public Benefit Foundation scholar (1999 – 2001) and […]
She is a visual artist who likes to pursue self-imposed, large-scale endeavors. For the next 25 years, she will be scuba diving through Europe, entering the Rhine River at the mouth of the North Sea until she hits the Main River in Mainz, Germany, through to the Main-Danube-Canal, diving through the Danube River all the […]
She belongs among the group of front representatives of Czech art who work with the politics of a moving image. Her work is anchored primarily in the media of film, which the artist uses to examine and observe aspects connected with the truth and perspective – or the subjectivity of storytelling, personal and collective memories, […]
His dissertation project traces the history of freak show culture in the 19th- and 20th-century Prague and the Czech lands from the perspective of disability theory.
Art historian and curator. His main interests are contemporary art and documentary photography. Assistant professor at the University of Arts in Poznan. Founder and chief editor of “Postmedium” magazine, founder and editor-in-chief of “Blok” magazine.