The contemporary art scene in the Czech capital is booming. Discover the top up-and-coming galleries and off-spaces in the city here. hunt kastner Founded in 2006 by Camille Hunt and Katherine Kastner, hunt kastner Gallery may have been the first gallery in Prague to respond to a lack of platforms for emerging Czech […]
viennacontemporary Magazine reports on the activities of viennacontemporary and provides you with in-depth insights into what’s going on in the art world. We publish interviews with gallerists, collectors, artists, and art lovers. Our main focus is Austria, but we also explore the art scene in Southern and Eastern Europe and beyond. viennacontemporary is not only a reflection of the contemporary art landscape in the region. It’s about people, society, trends, and dialogue.
Summer break my a**: July is full of biennials and exciting exhibitions. From Spain to Italy and Poland: We share – no, not the best vacation destinations, but the most important art exhibitions focusing on the CEE regions of the month. This much we can already say: It’s going to be hot!
Insider tips from us to you: This month, while the art world is looking westwards, we take you east, from Romania to Poland, Lithuania and Croatia for the most relevant biennales and exhibitions with focus on Central and Eastern Europe – Discover here exciting highlights of the international art scene that might not have been […]
In May, numerous artists from Central and Eastern Europe and beyond will address highly relevant topics ranging from spirituality in dealing with ecological crises to the topics of resource extraction, energy distribution, and data collection.
Radical, unsettling, important – discover this month’s highlights of the international art scene with a focus on artists and works from the up-and-coming CEE region, brought to you by the team of viennacontemporary.