Everything will work until January 13, 2019.
Bratislava, November 18 (TASR) – Four Danish exhibitions of Slovak artists opened in Bratislava on Saturday (November 17). Besides the photographs of Karol Kállay, there is the work of Adam Szentpétery and two sculptors Milan Lukas and Peter Roller. Everything will work until January 13, 2019.
"We are opening four at the same time to a great interest in the exhibitions, while we remember the Day for the Fight for Freedom and Democracy." Vincent Polakovic, in the presence of the Dutchman Gerard Meulensteen, founder of the Museum of Modern Art of the Danube.
Katarina Feldeková composed the prayer of Martha and the anthem of the Danube. Jaroslav Filip wrote the music of Jaroslav Filip. Subsequently, the curators of the exhibitions presented each artist and his work.
The first floor was filled with Adam Szentpétery's large-scale paintings. Oil paintings on canvas are Geometric Noise, Compressed Space, Structural Deformation, Horizontal, Composition in Straight Angle and others. According to the curator of the exhibition, the line, color and area of Vladimir Beskid are the basic building blocks of his painting system. Over the course of four decades, Szentpétery built a program of monolithic painting in the area of geometric abstraction, the essence of mental abbreviation, rational procedures, and economics of the Protestant form.
From the closed work of Karol Kállay, there is a selection of black and white photographs called Unforgettable. The curator Marián Pauer chose portraits of personalities from the Slovak culture. Artists Viera Kraicová, Vladimir Kompanek, Fulludovít Fulla, Vincent Hložník, Tibor Bartfay, Ladislav Vychodil, Jan Mudroch, Albin Brunovsky, Alexander Trizuljak and others alternate with actors, writers and musicians. The exhibition features dozens of books by Kállay, both at home and abroad.
"Milan Lukáč is one of the most exposed elements of our artistic scene and resonates in the broader context of European art, thanks to the universal discourse of his works of painting and sculpture, he can reach an extremely wide audience, creating a convincing vision of the state of world in its infinite forms "or even a philosophical burden with a distinct human subtext, sometimes interpreting the fragile subject of human relations. It often brings a clear-eyed look to the world of nature, its mysteries and metamorphoses. His sculptures are full of serious and smiling stories and links, said curator Mária Horváthová.
This is confirmed by the works of metal Persona grata, Kráčavec, Pád, Kozlič, Flower for donkey of charge, Good Sweet, Kohút, Triangel or Sovereign, where the seven owl made of butterflies and buds rests in the circular building of two meters.
Making the most exquisite exhibition – The message is Peter Roller. It has a selection of sculptures, objects and drawings in various areas of the ground floor. Sculptural works with distinctive messages, connections and symbolic signs were created from 2000 to the present. They were preceded by drawings from 1994 to 1998. In them he created his own world, combining the philosophy of ancient cultures and East Asia with the Slovak tradition, where intense shadows alternate with clear lines and precisely guided lines.
"It is the third year of this year and the largest jubilee exhibition of native Bratislava. There is its largest Petrogramy project, which already contains more than 20,000 works worldwide"explained the curator of the exhibition Dagmar Kudoláni Srnenská.