Július Koller, More, ink on paper, 1963, photo: Daša Barteková
Roman Ondák, Measuring the Universe, 2007, Performance in Museum as Medium, Museo de Arte Contemporánea, Vigo, 2008
photo: Enrique Touriñ
Alex Mlynárčik, Manhattan Gardens, New York, 1977
photo: archive of author
Ilona Németh, 27 m, Interactive sound installation,
Wireless headphones, iPod Shuffle, sound recording, tracks on the floor, photographs, 2004 - 2006,
photo: Museum of Contemporary Art – Tokyo
Ľubomír Ďurček, May 1, 1987.PKO (Culture and Recreation Center),
bw photograph, 28 x 37,1 cm, 1987.
Courtesy of artist.
Art Criticism in Central and Eastern Europe After 1989 - round table discussion
The Boards of Regional Sections of AICA in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania and Slovakia strongly condemn all acts of military violence undertaken on Ukrainian territory by the forces of Russia and Belarus. We also declare solidarity with the victims of the onslaught and look with hope at their heroic defense of their country. СлаваУкраїні! Glory to Ukraine!
At the same time, we appeal to all artists, cultural workers and institutions in the region, but also in all other democratic countries, to take immediate steps within their capacities to support the citizens of Ukraine and their culture. The hospitable attitude of each and every one of us – as individuals – is crucial in the face of the influx of refugees from lands affected by the tragedy of war. Institutions can also do plenty on their own part. Organizations that already engage in ongoing humanitarian assistance to war victims should become role models for galleries, museums and festivals across Europe. We also support public and private actors in the cultural sector who cease all forms of support for the Moscow regime and its allies. In the face of the war declared by Russia, it is unacceptable today to cooperate with the country's state institutions as well as the oligarchs who support President Putin's actions, nor to accept the presence of Russian representation at international art events.
Práve vychádza nová publikácia „Slovenský a európsky kunsthistorik Tomáš Strauss. Idey a reflexie“ (editovala prof. Mária Bátorová, Vydavateľstvo VEDA). Publikácia je zborník príspevkov z konferencie, ktorá sa konala na BISLE v apríli 2021 pri príležitosti jeho nedožitej deväťdesiatky.
WEDNESDAY 9 JUNE, 2021, 16.00 – 17.30 EUROPEAN CENTRAL TIME.
A discussion in English, to mark the publication of the third volume in the series, Art Critics of the World, jointly published by AICA Press, Paris and Les presses du réel, Dijon.
Introduced by Lisbeth Rebollo Gonçalves (Brazil), International President of the International Association of Art Critics (AICA), Paris.
Moderated by Henry Meyric Hughes (UK), Hon. President of AICA, with the participation of the publication’s three editors: Daniel Grŭń (Bratislava), Jean-Marc Poinsot (Series Editor, Rennes), Henry Meyric Hughes (London).
Featuring a dialogue between Andrea Euringer Bátorová (AICA Slovakia), whose review of this publication, in English, appears on AICA’s website (International News), by kind permission of the author and ARTMargins (5 February 2021) and the AICA member (Slovakia), Daniel Grŭń.
Andrea Euringer Bátorová is Assistant Professor at the Institute of Cultural Studies, Faculty of Arts, Comenius University, Bratislava. Her research focuses on alternative and unofficial art and its societal contextualisation, between the 1960s and the 1980s, in Eastern Europe and, especially, in former Czechoslavakia. She has published extensively in this field, most recently in her books, The Art of Contestation: Performative Practices in Slovakia in the 1960s and 1970s (2019) and Art as Life and Life as Art: from Ready-Made to Street Art, Comenius University, Bratislava, 2020
Daniel Grŭňis an art historian, curator, writer and AICA member, working as Associate Professor at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design and the Institute of Art History, Slovak Academy of Sciences, in Bratislava. His conducts research in the fields of artists’ archives, the legacy of neo-avant-gardes, and contemporary arts.
He co-curated the international retrospective, Július Koller: One Man Anti Show in mumok, Vienna (2017). Recently he co-edited the volumes White Space in White Space, 1973−1982. Stano Filko, Miloš Laky, Ján Zavarský (Vienna, 2021), and was editor of Subjective Histories. Self-Historicisation as Artistic Practice in Central-East Europe (Bratislava, 2020). He is in charge of the Július Koller Society, lives and works in Bratislava.
Registration by Tuesday 8 June: firstname.lastname@example.org
N.B. This event will be recorded.
Dear colleagues and friends,
dear participants of the XLVI. AICA International Congress, pre-congress and post-congress!
In the name of all XLVI. AICA International Congress Slovakia 2013 organizers. I would like to thank you very much for your active participation at the congress.
Our wish was to organize meaningful, incentive and memorable congress and to anticipate future possible discussions, cooperations and exchange.
All official photo documentation from the Congress is available at the moment at AICA Slovakia Facebook account.
All recorded lectures and discussions will be available at two weeks on the website of AICA Slovakia.
It was my pleasure to meet you in Bratislava and Kosice thanks you very much for coming and i am looking forward to see you again!
9:00 AM - 6: 00 PM
XLVI. AICA International Congress in Bratislava
(Dom umenia / Kunsthalle Bratislava, Nam. SNP 12)
6:00 - 7:00 PM
Opening of Exhibition Zero
(Dom umenia / Kunsthalle Bratislava, Nam. SNP 12 )
8:00 AM : Registration
9:00 AM-6:00 PM: XLVI. AICA Congress in Košice – DAY 1. (Kasárne / Kulturpark, Kukučínova 2)
8:00 PM-2:00 AM: Getty Reception (Hala umenia – Kunsthalle Košice, Rumanova 1)
We are pleased to announce world famous French artist ORLAN as the evening headliner.
Would you like to participate at the XLVI. AICA International Congress Slovakia 2013?
We have EXTENDED REGISTRATION until 8th September.
If you have forgotten to register you still have a chance: http://www.aica.sk/participation.html
Congress Theme: WHITE PLACES – BLACK HOLES
The Congress Theme White Places – Black Holes sets out to analyse the strategies by which lesser-known regions have been and are reflected in the global history of art. How is the local history of art perceived from the centres, and how is the global history of art perceived on the periphery? White Places – Black Holesis a problem permanently present in art history, and features in its own way in every attempt at critical reflection on visual art
Confirmed keynote speakers:
James Elkins (US)
Piotr Piotrowski (PL)
László Beke (HU)
Noemi Smolik (CZ)
Tomáš Pospiszyl (CZ)
Iara Boubnova (BG)
Ellaine King (US)
Aharon Amir (UK)
Maria Luz Cardenas (YV)
Maja & Reuben Fowkes (HU)
Belinda Grace Gardner (DE)
Lisbeth Rebollo Gonçalves (BR)
Richard Gregor (SK)
Henry Meyric Hughes (UK)
Olena Chervonik (UA)
Valeria Ibraeva (KZ)
Beata Jablonská (SK)
Katarzyna Jagodzinska (PL)
Emese Kürti (HU/RO)
Min Ling (RC)
Trinidad Perez (EC)
Henry Périer (F)
Verlle Poupeye (JA)
Lena Prents (BY)
Igor Spanjol (SI)
Andrzej Szczerski (PL)
Karen VonVeh (ZA)
Nadja Zgonik (SI)
We are proud to inform you that the selection committee of XLVI. AICA International Congress Košice Bratislava 2013 selected for participation at the congress following art critics:
Fowkes Maja & Reuben
Garden Belinda Grace
/The list of successful candidates is in alphabetical order/
The members of committee composed of Marjorie Allthorpe-Guyton (President, AICA UK), Marek Bartelik (International President, AICA), Brane Kovic (general secretary AICA International), Niilofur Farrukh (President, AICA Pakistan), Klara Kemp-Welch (Member of AICA UK), Henry Meyric Hughes (Honorary President, AICA) and Patrick Schaefer (Member of AICA Switzerland), Iara Boubnova (President AICA Bulgaria), Richard Gregor (Vice-president AICA Slovakia), Vladimír Beskid (Member of AICA Slovakia, director of EHMK Košice 2013) and Juraj Čarný (President AICA Slovakia, Vice President AICA International) selected 7 candidates out of all registered applications.
The selected contributors will publicly present their work at XLVI. AICA International Congress Košice Bratislava 2013.
Congratulations to the winners
Call for papers is now closed. Thank you to all authors who submitted an abstract for the Call for papers for the XLVI. AICA International Congress in Košice/ Bratislava 2013.
The results will be publish on the 15th May at our website www.aica.sk.
XLVI. AICA International Congress - White Places – Black Holes, Košice / Bratislava 2013, 24 - 27 September 2013 invite emerging and established art critics, members, as well as non members, of AICA to submit a short text of 15-20 lines (maximum one page) outlining their proposed approach to the theme of the Congress.
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