Opening: October 27th, 2017 | 7 p.m.
Live performances at the exhibition opening: Marko Brecelj (SI) | "Wailing with a grill in a press conference"
Oleg Kulik (RU) | "Fountain"
Curators: Peter Tomaž Dobrila, Nina Jeza, Sanja Kojić Mladenov
Curators: AES+F (RU), antiAtlas of Borders (FR), Žarko Bašeski (MK), Mirsad Begić (SI), Marko Brecelj (SI), Bureau d’Etudes (FR), Julijana Božič (SI), Matej Čepin (SI), Ksenija Čerče (SI), Tina Dobrajc (SI), Jusuf Hadžifejzović (BA), Marko Jakše (SI), Jovan Joca Jovanović/Stanoje Ćebić (RS), Adela Jušić, Andreja Dugandžić (BA), Stojan Kerbler (SI), Aleksij Kobal (SI), Herlinde Koelbl (DE), Oleg Kulik (RU), Zbigniew Libera (PL), Vessna Perunovich (RS/CA), Ale de la Puente (MX), RIGUSRS (SI), Jože Slaček (SI), Zora Stančič (SI), Mladen Stilinović (HR), Dragoljub Raša Todosijević (RS), Dragan Vojvodić (RS), Tanja Vujinović (RS/SI), Uroš Weinberger (SI), Brigitta Zics (HU/UK), Srdjan Živulović (SI)
MIG 21, an international art exhibition on the topic of migrations, proposes an entirely humanist response to a clearly political question, thus connecting more than 30 exhibiting artists from Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia Herzegovina, Serbia, Macedonia, France, Germany, Russia, Poland, Hungary, UK, Mexico, etc.
Opening: Thursday, September 28th, at 8 pm
Curator: Danijela Halda
Text: PhD Miško Šuvaković
Artists: Dragomir Ugren, Slobodan Knežević Abi, Zdravko Santrač, Petar Lolić, Miroslav Knežević, Ivo Ćorković, Dragan Šijački, Bosiljka Zirojević, Marija Sarvan, Jovana Čajović.
Geometric art, one of the two main branches of abstract art (the other being non-geometric abstraction), has, before the introduction of autonomous and self-referential elements of visual language, such as colors, geometric shape, light, rhythm, and other art elements, gone through a dramatic journey until the appearance of new media artistic practices. A particularity of this expression represents a consistent tautological strategy of its sustainability. Geometric abstraction as an art phenomenon directly explores a relationship between art and science, primarily due to its algorithmic character.
The aim of this exhibition is to show and analyze current incidences in the area of geometric art abstraction in Vojvodina in the past 17 years, as well as to prove that the appearances on Vojvodina art scene after year 2000 do not represent innovations, but rather a constant grounded in global artistic practices.