Laco Teren – Nothing Will Stop Us

The exhibition of Laco Teren (born in 1960 in Bratislava) presents the key points of his artistic program and comprehensively captures his unique artistic and genuinely “versatile” personality. He was one of the leading figures of the post‑Modernist generation, which in the mid‑1980s appeared on the art scene with a program of Neo‑Expressionist painting inspired by the Italian trans‑avant‑garde and German Neue Wilde movement. »


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Here Comes Youth. The First Krakow Group

The exhibition tells the story of a short yet vivid existence of the first Krakow Group, of the life and works of colourful and outstanding youths, whose intertwined fates were part of the history of Polish avant‑garde. Aleksander (Sasza) Blonder (pseudonym André Blondel), Blima (Berta) Grünberg, Maria Jarema, Franciszek Jaźwiecki, Leopold Lewicki, Adam Marczyński, Stanisław Osostowicz, Szymon Piasecki, Mojżesz Schwanenfeld, Bolesław Stawiński, Jonasz Stern, Eugeniusz Waniek, Henryk Wiciński, Aleksander Winnicki – these are the members of the first pre‑war Krakow Group. »


“I am an artist of the world…” Philip de László (1869–1937)

This small but significant exhibition will mark the 150th anniversary of Philip de László’s birth in Budapest. Organised in collaboration with The de Laszlo Archive Trust, the display will show some 15 of the artist’s most distinguished international portraits. It is nearly 100 years since a solo exhibition of Philip de László’s work was held in Budapest, so this tribute is long overdue.  »


Original Bauhaus

The Bauhaus existed for only 14 years in Germany, but for 100 years its ideas have been passed on and its products relaunched, imitated, and further developed. Marking the centenary of the Bauhaus’s founding, the Bauhaus‑Archiv and the Museum für Gestaltung’s exhibition at the Berlinische Galerie is presenting famous, familiar, and forgotten Bauhaus originals and recounting the history behind the objects.  »


Alberto Giacometti

The retrospective presents the works by one of the major 20th‑century artists, sculptor and painter Alberto Giacometti (1901–1966). His main theme was the human figure. He became well known for compelling elongated figures done after the Second World War, but no less important are his artworks from the interwar period, when he was a key member of the Paris avant‑garde. »


Caravaggio & Bernini

In fall 2019, a lineup of singular masterpieces is coming together in Vienna: paintings by Caravaggio, sculptures by Bernini, and other main works of early Roman Baroque will be shown at the Kunsthistorisches Museum. The Special Exhibition entitled Caravaggio & Bernini shows how stirring emotions all of a sudden came to be a subject matter for painting and sculpture. The show combines spectacular loans from all over the world with masterpieces from the holdings of the Kunsthistorisches Museum. »


Skopje. City, Architecture and Art of Solidarity

It is not the first time that the International Cultural Centre has been discovering the treasures of Polish art, on this occasion uncovered in the Macedonian capital – Skopje. In 1963 the tragedy of the city that was left in ruins by an earthquake shocked entire world. Poland offered assistance in rebuilding the city, while the experience of architects who had earlier rebuilt Warsaw proved invaluable.  »