„Löcher in der Wand“. Anachronische Annäherungen an die Gegenwart

opening: Wednesday , 7. February 2018, 7PM, Kunsthalle Exnergasse, Vienna

Kathi Hofer | Katrin Hornek | Dejan Kaludjerovic | Tatiana Lecomte | Miklós Erhardt & Little Warsaw | Walid Raad | Vladislav Shapovalov | Slavs and Tatars | Johanna Tinzl & Stefan Flunger | UBERMORGEN.COM

Curated by Gudrun Ratzinger
08.02. - 24.03. 2018


Dejan Kaludjerovic
EUROPOLY – The European Union Identity Trading Game
@Volkskunde Museum, Vienna, Austria
opening: 12 December 2017


+Dejan Kaludjerovic (solo)
@Kunsthalle - MuseumVilla Rot, Burgrieden, Germany
opening: 5 November 20017


Good Childhood - Evil childhood
@MuseumVilla Rot, Burgrieden, Germany
opening: 5 November 20017


Dejan Kaludjerovic
@Weltmuseum Vienna
until 30. 09. 2018


Migration of Fear
@KGLU, Slovenj Gradec, Slovenia
opening: 12 October 2017

Azra Akšamija, Nika Autor, Lana Cmajcanin, Petya Dimitrova, Dejan Kaludjerovic, Daniela Kostova, Luiza Magran, Emil Mirazchiev, Alban Muja, Oliver Ressler, Škart, Kamen Stoyanov, Ute Richter, Borjana Ventzislavova, Clara Wildberger


Dejan Kaludjerovic - Artist Talk
Indonesian Institute of the Arts, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
15 July 2017 3:30 pm


Dejan Kaludjerovic was nominated for the
MUMOK - Kapsch Contemporary Art Prize 2017

6th Athens Biennale 2017 – 2018
Waiting for the Barbarians

Curated: by Heart & Sword Division



15 December 2016 - 1 February 2017

curated by: Fani Zguro

Hamra Abba | Klodiana Aliaj | Luca Bolognesi | Guri Bulovari | Erik Bünger |Kajsa Dahlberg | Nico Dockx | Jakup Ferri | Urlika Ferm | Regina Jose Galindo | Rä di Martino | Dora Garcia | Manuela Garcia | Zllka Gjolesha | Khaled Hafez | Pablo Helguera | Dejan Kaludjerovic | Ilir Lluka | Edson Luli | Christoph Milne | Haroon Mirza | Museo Aero Solar | Bruno Muzzolini | Ferhat Özgür | Klodin Pasku | Steve Piccolo | Leonard Qzlafi |Pipilotti Rist | Damien Roach | Karl Inger Roys | Anri Sala | Tomas Saraceno | Mariette Schiltz and Bert Theis | Ajran Shehaj | Bert Theis | Josephine Turalba | Esme Valk | Danielle Van Ark | Desmond Xhixha | Shingo Yoshida | Ergin Zaloshnja |

Dejan Kaludjerovic
@ Art Cube Artists' Studios Jerusalem
01 December 2016 @ 8pm
curated by: Maayan Sheleff

As part of the Art Cube Artists’ Studios International Residency Program, Dejan Kaludjerovic (Serbia/Austria) has created the project Shelters, from the series Coversations: Hula Hoops, Elastics, Marbles and Sand (2016)- an installation and Audio piece based on interviews he conducted with children from Israel in Hebrew and Arabic.

Dejan Kaludjerovic was selected to participate in the LowRes Jerusalem artist residency for 2016, along with Florencia Levy (Argentina). Levy’s residency outcome can be seen on the opposite wall- Pashkevils based on interviews with locals, hung in Jerusalm’s public sphere. The two were selected from 177 candidates from 45 nationalities. LowRes Jerusalem invites artists who explore social, political and economic conflicts to reflect upon their environment in a critical manner during their temporary residence in Jerusalem.


curated by Anamarija Batista, Dejan Kaludjerovic and Karolina Radenkovic

Opening: 9th of June at 6PM
Herrengasse 13, 1010 Vienna
Opening Hours
Tue.-Fri. 11am - 7pm
Sat. 11am - 3pm
Mon., Sun. and public holidays closed

Marianne Flotron | Anna Hofbauer | Vlatka Horvat | Dejan Kaludjerovic |
Ferhat Özgür | Markus Proschek | Stefanos Tsivopoulos |


opening: June 16th at 7PM
im Ersten, Sonnenfelsgasse 3, 1010 Vienna

Maria Anwander | Johanna Braun, | Thomas Ballhausen | Zoë Charlton | Mary Early | Rachael Gorchov | Anna Khodorkovskaya | Elke Silvia Krystufek | Dejan Kaludjerovic | Roberta Lima | Maggie Michael | Muntean / Rosenblum | Michael Niemetz | Linus Riepler | José Ruiz | Elisabeth von Samsonow | Kelly Sena | Dan Steinhilber | Erwin Wurm |

After Show

Mo.ë Vienna
Thelemangasse 4/1-3, 1170 Vienna, Austria

18. Feb. 2016, 18h

Brishty Alam | Shayan Assadi | Christine Auinger | Sophie Dvorak | Georg Feierfeil | Sandra Fockenberger | Maria Grün | Paul Gründorfer | Cristóbal Hornito | Eva Kadlec | Dejan Kaludjerovic | Michael Koch | Reka Kutas | Bianka Oravecz | Diana Peutl | Christine Schörkhuber | Franz Schubert | Axel Stockburger | Darren Sutton | Julia Tazreiter | Malin Walleser | Miel Wanka | Anna Watzinger | Lena Wicke-Aengenheyster | Hui Ye . . .


opening: October 11th, 5-9PM

Eastside International
602 Moulton Ave, Los Angeles, California 90031

Maria Anwander | Johanna Braun, | Thomas Ballhausen | Zoë Charlton | Mary Early | Rachael Gorchov | Anna Khodorkovskaya | Elke Silvia Krystufek | Dejan Kaludjerovic | Roberta Lima | Maggie Michael | Muntean / Rosenblum | Michael Niemetz | Linus Riepler | José Ruiz | Elisabeth von Samsonow | Kelly Sena | Dan Steinhilber | Erwin Wurm | Paul W. Evans | Kim Tucker | Jane O'Neill Steven Frost | Liz Nurenberg | Alice Lang | Emily Silver | Julio Panisello | William Bacarella |

Traditionally in the form of a wooden trunk or box, the hope chest contained the dowry of a young woman. The chest and its content played an important part not only in the business transaction between two families, but served as a survival kit for the new life the Girl was about to enter. The Hope Chest didn’t just contain the objects that would secure a young women’s future but comprised her heritage and her sense of belonging. With this in mind the Hope Chest will travel from the Old World to the New World and then back again. This gesture highlights the intellectual exchange within the European - North American Art community.

We gave Our Best, Now the Rest is Up to the Hope Chest is a traveling exhibition from Vienna created by Johanna Braun. It will travel to NYC, DC and LA. In each city a curator is asked to curate an exhibition around the Hope Chest with artists from that city. Molly Shea invited a group of nine Los Angeles-based artists to participate in this international exchange.

For more information please visit:


Representative portrait of the childhood in the Socialist Yugoslavia

Opening: September 24th 2015, 7pm
Lothringer13 Halle, Munich, Germany
Lothringer Str. 13, 81667 München

September 24th 2015 - January 13th 2016

Dušica Dražic | Dejan Kaludjerovic | Irena Lagator Pejovic | Mladen Miljanovic |
Renata Poljak | Dubravka Ugrešic | Grupa Škart | Ana Adamovic |


Alanica. The Experimental Method

in the framework of the
6th Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art

Curator: Gala Tebieva

Alisa Gokoeva | Temmo Kaganashi Timur Musaev-Kagan | Maite Cajaraville | Tatiana Badanina | Vladimir Nasedkin | Kazbek Tedeev | Khaled Hafez | Emanuela Baldi M.Pistoletto, Love&Difference | Ivan Egelsky | Mikhail Gulin | Sergey Bratkov | Magdi Mostafa | Umida Akhmedova | Taus Makhacheva | Alexandra Mitlyanskaya | Yuri Vasiliev | Dejan Kaludjerovic | Ferhat Özgür | Sabina Shikhlinskaya | Vladimir Migachev | Stanislav Kharin | Aslan Gaisumov | Maria Marshall | Marko Markovic | Onno Dierker | Alexander Ugay | Jamshed Kholikov | Aikaterini Gegisian | Damir Muratov | Yesim Agaoglu | Khoroshilova Anastasia | Ana Riaboshenko | Eugeny Granilshchikov | Homayoun Sirizi | Elmas Deniz | Nazrin Mammadova | Bouillon Group | Savage | Oscar Santillan | Anna Zholud | Aladdin Garunov

Opening: September 25th at 7pm
September 25 – October 23, 2015

Museum and Exhibition Center "The Worker and the Kolkhoz Woman"

Address: Mira pr-t, 123b, Moscow, Russia

It is for nine years that in Vladikavkaz, the capital of the Republic of North Ossetia-Alania, a lively polylogue on contemporary art has been going on – it is the annual Symposium "Alanica." The language of this conversation is the experiment, which involves all Symposium participants – artists, curators, critics and even the public, for which everything they see in "Alanica" become a continuous discovery and the trigger point for the transformation of their world vision.
Public workshops, performances, master classes convert the Symposium not only into the space for the realization of artistic ideas and projects, but into the actual ground for educational information. Communication of the artists from different countries, with different professional backgrounds allows transmitting new art ideas, which is crucial for the communication of the older generation with the younger one. In this respect, the Symposium serves as an original school of modern art, the art, which is created today, now.
During its nine seasons, "Alanica" accumulated a large collection of works that have never been exhibited outside Ossetia. Now, the best works of contemporary art - the most unexpected results of this ongoing experiment called "Alanica" - will be displayed in the framework of the 6th Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art in the Museum and Exhibition Center "The Worker and the Kolkhoz Woman". This exhibition site was not chosen occasionally: once Vera Mukhina's sculpture became an engineering and artistic experiment, which was significantly ahead of its time - and up till now the figures of the Worker and the Kolkhoz Woman are perceived as looking to the future.

Organizers: North Caucasus Branch NCCA
With the support of Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation, The Department of Culture of Moscow, Museum and exhibition association MANEGE, Museum and Exhibition Center ‘Worker and Kolkhoz Woman’ noncommercial Fund of support of culture Nonprofit fund of support of culture "Art Caucasus"


Mature and Angry
Week of Contemporary Art - Plovdiv, September 2015
Curator: Boris Kostadinov

Opening: September 9th 2014, 7pm
The exhibition will be hold until October 3rd 2014

Center for Contemporary Art - Plovdiv
The Ancient Bath
179, 6-ti septemvri Blvd.

Borjana Ventzislavova | Kamen Stoyanov | Vasilena Gankovska | Daniela Kostova | Oliver Ressler | Angelika Krinzinger | Pravdoliub Ivanov | Ivan Moudov | Olaf Osten | Susanne Schuda | Juliane Ebner | Miryana Todorova | Jos Diegel | Luiza Margan | Emil Mirachiev | Luchezar Boyadjiev | Nemanja Cvijanovic | Dejan Kaludjerovic |



pop-up gallery space, Penelope, New York City (US)
August 28 - September 12, 2015

Austrian Cultural Forum, Washington D.C
September 14-25th 2015
curator: Johanna Braun

| Maria Anwander | Johanna Braun | Thomas Ballhausen | Anna Khodorkovskaya | Elke Silvia Krystufek | Dejan Kaludjerovic | Roberta Lima | Muntean / Rosenblum | Michael Niemetz | Linus Riepler | Elisabeth von Samsonow | Kelly Sena | Erwin Wurm | Natalie Baxter | Rachael Gorchov | Angela Hoener | Siobhan Landry | Heidi Norton | Aiden Simon | Kate Steciw | Jamie Steele |


Je me souviens du génocide arménien…
I remember the Armenian genocide…

Opening on September 16th
LA TRAVERSE - Centre d'art contemporain d'Alfotville, France
September 17th to November 21st, 2015

Lawrence Weiner | Esther Shalev-Gerz |Mounir Fatmi | Jonathan Monk | Dejan Kaludjerovic |
Sophie Bouvier-Ausländer | Viet Bang Pham | Lorenzo Puglis | Triny Prada | Özlem Günyol & Mustafa Kunt | Aikaterini Gegisian | Pierre Petit | Feorgios Xenos |


Dejan Kaludjerovic
@SAZMANAB - Platform for Contemporary Art, Tehran, Iran

opening July 24th at 19h
July 25th - August 13th 2015

Artist Residency @ SAZMANAB - Centre for Contemporary Art, Tehran, Iran
July 2015


Fairy Tales
Museum of Contemporary Art in Taipei, Taiwan
opening: April 25, 2015.
April 25th - June 14th 2015
curated by:Haily Grenet and Martin Schulze

Lida Abdul | Said Atabekov | Mohamed Bourouissa | Chen Chieh-Jen | Cao Fei | Yang Fudong |
Cyprien Gaillard | Dejan Kaludjerovic | Mari Kim | Kamin Lertchaiprasert | Taus Makhacheva | Almagul Menlibayeva | Mariko Mori | Ahmet Ogut | Adrian Paci | Public Delivery | Wang Qingsong | Walid Raad | Cheng Ran & Item Idem | Taps & Moses | Guido van der Werve | Erwin Wurm |


Je me souviens du génocide arménien…
I remember the Armenian genocide…

Sobering Galerie, Paris
April 16th to May 5th, 2015
Opening on April 16th, from 6 to 9pm

Lawrence Weiner | Esther Shalev-Gerz | Jonathan Monk |Mounir Fatmi | Antoine Agoudjian |
Dejan Kaludjerovic | Sophie Bouvier-Ausländer | Viet Bang Pham | Lorenzo Puglis | Triny Prada | Davide Bertocchi | Michèle Sylvander | Özlem Günyol & Mustafa Kunt | Aikaterini Gegisian |

Hidden Subjects:Parallax
Gallery Arte -Ankara, Turkey
04. 04. - 30. 04. 2015

Hüseyin Arici | Sevket Arik | Ali Boran | Servet Cihangiroglu | Deniz Cosar | Serkan Demir | Burcu Sultan Demir | Erdal Duman | Mustafa Duymaz | Eda Gecikmez | Khaled Hafez |
Dejan Kaludjerovic | Ferhat Özgür | Amin Simimaran | Fatih Tan | Emre Zeytinoglu |


The Cultural Centre of Belgrade
02.04 - 25.04.2015

Mrdjan Bajic, Natasa Kokic, Ana Krstic, Ivan Grubanov, Darinka Pop-Mitic, Paula Muhr, diSTRUCTURA, Mladen Bizumic, Dragoljub Rasa Todosijevic, Zoran Todorovic, Mileta Prodanovic, Dusica Drazic, Dubravka Sekulic, Vladan Caricic, Maja Rakocevic Cvijanov, Vladimir Nikolic, Dejan Kaludjerovic, Kiosk, Vladimir Miladinovic, grupa Skart, Balint Sombati, Milica Tomic


Plameni pozdravi: reprezentativni portret detinjstva u socijalistickoj Jugoslaviji /
Fiery Greetings: A representative portrayal of childhood in socialist Yugoslavia

Muzej istorije Jugoslavije, Beograd
Museum of Yugoslav History, Belgrade
28. 02 - 19. 04. 2015.

Dusica Drazic | Dejan Kaludjerovic | Sasa Karalic | Irena Lagator |
Mladen Miljanovic | Renata Poljak | SKART | Dubravka Ugresic | Ana Adamovic |


Salzburger Kunstverein - Salzburg, Austria
February 13th, 2015

Curators: Zoran Eric, Blanca de la Torre and Seamus Kealy

Kader Attia (FR) | Itziar Barrio (ES) | Ursula Biemann (CH) | Rosella Biscotti (IT/NL) - Kevin van Braak (NL) | Sarah Browne (IE) | Declan Clarke (IE) | Willie Doherty (IE/UK) | Eva Engelbert (AT) & Katharina Schniebs (DE/AT) | Harun Farocki (DE) | Daniel García Andújar (ES) | Eva Grubinger (AT) | Dejan Kaludjerovic (RS/AT) | Vladimir Miladinovic (RS) | Locky Morris (UK/IE) | Adrian Paci (AL/IT) | Christodoulos Panayiotou (CY) | Garret Phelan (IE) | Nicola Radic Lucati (RS) | María Ruido (ES) | Francesc Ruiz (ES) |


Dejan Kaludjerovic

@YAY Gallery, Baku
28.11.2014 - 19.01.2015
opening November 27th at 19h


The winners of the 55th October Salon Award are Dejan Kaludjerovic and Meggy Rustamova.
The price is awarded on the occasion of 'Disappearing Things' a group exhibition curated by
Vanessa Joan Müller and Nicolaus Schafhausen for the 55th October Salon in Belgrade, Serbia, 2014.


@ Galleria Bianconi

Andrea Contin | Dejan Kaludjerovic | Cheryl Pope

opening: Friday 3rd October 7pm
3rd October - 3rd November 2014

Catalogue curated by Eugenio Viola

Galleria Bianconi
via Lecco 20 , Milan, Italy


2. to 5. October 2014, Messe Wien
Independent Art from Serbia

Aleksandrija Ajdukovic / The Street Gallery - Micro Art
Dejan Kaludjerovic / BLOCKFREI
Mane Radmanovic / The Big Gallery - KC GRAD
Siniša Ilic/ TkH – Walking Theory
Žolt Kovac / Supervizuelna
Contemporary Art Data Base / REMONT - Independent Artistic Association


The Dignity of Man
@ The Brno House of Arts, Brno
opening: 23.9.2014
24. 9 – 16. 11. 2014
Curators: Maja Abdomerovic, Berthold Ecker, Roland Fink, Terezie Petišková, Jana Vránová

Maja Bajevic, Tanja Boukal, David Cerny, Matthias Herrmann, Anna Jermolaewa, Dejan Kaludjerovic, Eva Kotaktova, Mladen Miljanovic, Edin Numankadic, Gruppe Podebal, Corina Vetsch, Peter Weibel u.a.


Ferne Nähe – Contemporary Art from Middle-Europe and Danube Countries
@ Stift Lilienfeld, Austria

opening: September 17, 2014, 7 p.m.
18.09 – 12.10.2014
curated by Carl Aigner

Ana Adamovic | Uli Aigner | Inge Dick | Robert Hammerstiel | Dejan Kaludjerovic | Michael Lechner | Marco Lulic | Erwin Redl | Ivan Suletic | Milica Tomic


<< Rewind. meditations on film and memory

@ Smac
19.09.2014 – 28.09.2014
curators: Maria McConaghy and Charlotte Van Buylaere

Ana Adamovic | Arnold Dreyblatt | Dejan Kaludjerovic | Anne-Mie Van Kerckhoven | Jasper Rigole | Susan Youssef

Linienstraße 57

Disappearing Things – 55th October Salon Belgrade
Opening: September 19th , 2014
20.09. – 02.11.2014
curated by: Nicolaus Schafhausen and Vanessa Joan Müller

Federico Acal | Ana Adamovic | Darko Aleksovski | Jelena Bokic | Igor Bošnjak | Edith Dekyndt | Simon Denny | Dušan Djordjevic | Doplgenger (Isidora Ilic and Boško Prostran) | Dušica Drazic | Sandra Djukic | Liam Gillick | Jelena Marta Glišic | Ibro Hasanovic | Informal Curatorial & Art Group (Sonja Vrkatic, Nikola Djordjevic, Marko Djordjevic) | Leon Kahane | Dejan Kaludjerovic | Luka Knezevic – Strika | Susanne Kriemann | Boris Lukic | Marko Lulic | Nikola Markovic | Milorad Mladenovic | Andrea Palašti | Goran Petrovic | Danilo Prnjat | Mileta Prodanovic | David Pujado | Leonard Qylafi | Meggy Rustamova | Pedrag Terzic |Dragana Zarevac


ARTIUM, Basque Museum-Center of Contemporary Art – Vitoria, Spain
September 12th, 2014 to January 11th, 2015.

Curators: Zoran Eric, Blanca de la Torre and Seamus Kealy

Kader Attia | Itziar Barrio | Ursula Biemann | Rosella Biscotti-Kevin van Braak | Sarah Browne | Declan Clarke | István Csákány | Willie Doherty | Harun Farocki |Daniel García Andújar | Dejan Kaludjerovic | Vladimir Miladinovic | Locky Morris | Adrian Paci | Christodoulos Panayiotou | Garret Phelan | Nicola Radic Lucati | María Ruido | Francesc Ruiz | Jonas Staal | Nedko Solakov | Zoran Todorovic | Milica Tomic


Put za Evropu - Hocu da govorim o ratu
Voyage to Europe - I want to speak about the war
@ Galerija Klovicevi dvori, Zagreb
Curators: Mia David, Zorana Djakovic Minitti

Radoš Antonijevic | Janko Baljak | Boogie | Ivan Grubanov | Uroš Djuric | Sinisa Ilic | Aleksandar Jestrovic Jamesdin | Dejan Kaludjerovic | Srdjan Keca | Marko Lulic | Vladimir Miladinovic |
Mladen Miljanovic | Ana Nedeljkovic & Nikola Majdak Jr | Darinka Pop-Mitic | Reflektor-knjige za slušanje | Milica Tomic | Ibro Hasanovic | Vlatka Horvat | Nemanja Cvijanovic | Lana Cmajcanin i Adela Jušic

Galerija Klovicevi dvori
Jezuitski trg 4, Zagreb
4 – 26. 9. 2014.

Organized by the Cultural Centre of Belgrade
The project is dedicated to 100th anniversary of the WWI

Supported by: Umetnici/ Artists


Ljudsko dostojanstvo
@ National Gallery of Bosnia and Herzegovina in Sarajevo
opening: 28.6.2014
29. 6 – 2. 8. 2014
Curators: Maja Abdomerovic, Berthold Ecker, Roland Fink, Terezie Petišková, Jana Vránová

Maja Bajevic, Tanja Boukal, David Cerny, Matthias Herrmann, Anna Jermolaewa, Dejan Kaludjerovic, Eva Kotaktova, Mladen Miljanovic, Edin Numankadic, Gruppe Podebal, Corina Vetsch, Peter Weibel u.a.


Museum of Contemporary Art Belgrade
9th of May - 30th of June 2014

Curators: Zoran Eric, Blanca de la Torre and Seamus Kealy

Kader Attia (FR), Itziar Barrio (ES/US), Ursula Biemann (CH), Rossella Biscotti (IT/NL) & Kevin van Braak (NL), Sarah Browne (IE), Declan Clarke (IE), István Csákány (EU), Willie Doherty (UK/IE), Harun Farocki (DE), Daniel García Andújar (ES), Dejan Kaludjerovic (RS/AT), Vladimir Miladinovic (RS), Locky Morris (UK/IE), Christodoulos Panayiotou (CY), Garrett Phelan (IE), Nikola Radic Lucati (RS), María Ruido (ES), Francesc Ruiz (ES), Fernando Sánchez Castillo (ES/NL), Jonas Staal (NL), Milica Tomic (RS) and Katarina Zdjelar (RS/NL)

Museum of Contemporary Art Belgrade


Altered Connections: Recent Art From Serbia
@ Cecille R. Hunt Gallery - Webster University, St.Louis, USA
21.03 2014 - 19.04.2014

Curator: Jeff Hughes

Dejan Kaludjerovic | Tanja Ostojic | Vesna Pavlovic | Ivan Petrovic | Vahida Ramujkic | Zoran Todorovic | Katarina Zdjelar |


@ MUSA - Museum auf Abruf, Vienna
opening: 31.3.2014, 7PM
01.4.2014 – 31.5.2014
Curators: Maja Abdomerovic, Berthold Ecker, Roland Fink, Terezie Petišková, Jana Vránová

Gordana Andjelic-Galic, Jiri Anderle, Maja Bajevic, Tanja Boukal, Nin Brudermann, Margarete Cech-Munteanu, David Cerny, Vendula Chalankova, Christian Eisenberger, Manfred Erjautz, Matthias Herrmann, Lore Heuermann, Dagmar Hochova, Jochen Hoeller, Barbara Holub, Alfred Hrdlicka, Anna Jermolaewa, Dejan Kaludjerovic, Johanna Kandl, Erfan Khalifa, Armin Klein, Marius Kotrba, Eva Kotatkova, Antonin Kratochvil, Olga Alia Krulisova, Marc Mer, Michail Michailov, Mladen Miljanovic, Barbara Musil, Anna Musilova, Gregor Neuerer, Damir Niksic, Eva Novakova, Edin Numankadic, Drago Persic, Jiri Petrbok, Gruppe Podebal, Lisl Ponger, Arnold Reinthaler, Oliver Ressler, Gue Schmidt, Deborah Sengl, Milomir Kovacevic Strasni, Tsolak Topchyan, Borjana Ventzislavova, Corina Vetsch, Christian Wachter, Peter Weibel.


After all @ Mahal, Çanakkale, Turkey
24.01 - 15.02. 2014
“Mahal Art Space”, supported by the Çanakkale Biennial

Çigdem Borucu, Amie Dicke, Nezaket Ekici, Róza El-Hassan, Dejan Kaludjerovic, Emre Koyuncuoglu, Sitki Kosemen, Monali Meher, Mircea Nicolae, Daniele Pezzi, Sumer Sayin, Roland Stratmann, Adrien Tirtiaux, Johannes Vogl


11 September 2013
Forum: “City, Active Citizenship, Arts and Culture”

Organized by European Cultural Association
Siemens Art, Istanbul, Turkey

Eugen Panescu | Çaglar Keyder | Emre Koyuncuoglu
Mürteza Fidan | Emre Zeytinoglu | Johanna Reiner | Dejan Kaludjerovic | Bahar Aksel | Elke Krasny | Shams Asadi | Ata Ünal | Vittorio Urbani | Glenn Alteen | Seyhan Boztepe | Hülya Karakas | Isin Önol | Kevser Üstündag | Yesim Dizdaroglu | Vecdi Sayar | Yücel Canyaran


EXPANSION @ Siemens Art Gallery Istanbul
11th September - 13th November 2013

Atil Kunst, Adrien Tirtiaux, Shilpa Gupta, Mircea Nicolaeu, Maria Papadimitriou,,
Roza El-Hassan, Dejan Kaludjerovic, Monali Meher, Nezaket Ekici, Francis Alys, Ashley
Hunt, Sitki Kosemen, Cigdem Borucu, Amie Dicke, Emre Koyuncuglu, Metahaven, Daniele
Pezzi, Johannes Vogl, Roland Stratmann, Sumer Sayin, Berglind Hlynsdottir, XsentrikArts


7th International Contemporary Art Exhibition in Vladikafkaz, North Osetia, Russia

Painting / Installation / Objects / Sculpture / Photography / Video Art in Public Space
1 – 15 August 2013; exhibition opening on 15 of August
Curator: Beral Madra

Dilara Akay (Turkey); Sophia Cherkezishvili (Georgia), Ivan Egelski (Russia), Alaadin Garunov (Dagestan) Aikaterini Gegisian (United Kingdom), Khaled Hafez (Egypt), Dejan Kaludjerovic (Serbia/ Austria), Stas Kharin (North Ossetia-Alania), Taus Makhacheva (Dagestan), Natalia Mali (Dagestan), Marko Markovic (Croatia), Mediterranean Carpet Project of Michelangelo Pistoletto (realized by Emanuella Baldi and Filippo Fabrica) (Italy) , Damir Muratov (Russia), Ferhat Özgür (Turkey), Rivka Rinn (Germany/Israel), Sabina Shikhlinskaya (Azerbaijan), Johannes Vogl (Germany) , Kazbek Tedeev (North Ossetia-Alania)


An enlarged social horizon will bring advantages /
Es wird Dir Vorteile einbringen, wenn Du Dein soziales Umfeld erweiterst

Ekaterina Shapiro-Obermair and Dejan Kaludjerovic with Selma Doborac and Milan Mladenovic

opening 24 5 2013 @ 8pm
25 05 – 7 06 2013 8pm – midnight

Zirkusgasse 38, 1020 Vienna, Austria


Dejan Kaludjerovic - The Future Belongs To Us? @ Gallery Van De Weghe, Antwerp
01.February - 02. March 2013
opening: 31. January 2013

Gallery Van De Weghe
Pourbusstraat 5 - 2000 Antwerpen


@Remont Gallery, Belgrade

15. january - 8. february 2013
curatos: Sasa janjic, Miroslav Karic and Slobodan Jovanovic


Safe European Home
Gallery KCB, Belgrade's Cultural Center
from 14. 11. 2012

Sinisa Ilic (SRB), Dejan Kaludjerovic (SRB/AT), Aleksandar Macasev (SRB/USA), Nikoleta Markovic (SRB/HR)

curated by Marina Martic

Title of this exhibition is borrowed from the song Safe European home (1978) by British band The Clash. This song is an ironic comment on the ideological stereotype of safe, opulent society based on economic prosperity and concern for human rights.

More than thirty years latter, revision of European project become one of the most common motifs in contemporary theory, but also in popular culture and contemporary art. The most often posed question is if the discourse of European identity has an ideological role, are “European values” just a euphemism used in order to legitimize policy of discrimination, intolerance and repression. In his article Europe is a dead political project, French philosopher Etienne Balibar anticipates that the next phase of European disintegration will be characterized by racisms, xenophobia and violence. In Serbia, however, it is noticeable that European concept is excepted as an ideological stereotype, and is rarely critically questioned or revised.

The aim of this exhibition is to initiate critical dialog about that stereotypical perception of European concept.

During the exhibition there will be several debates and round tables, as well as the publication that will be presented at the opening.


EUROPOLY - "The European Union Identity Trading Game"
@ Santa Maria delle Croci, Ravenna
in the frame of
Capitale Europea della cultura: il treno della candidatura

8. - 17. 10. 2012, Ravenna, Italy

September 15th, 2012
8.30 pm, free entrance
Z-BAR Bergstr. 2, 10115 Berlin

BELGIE art centre is pleased to present BELGIE NIGHT #2 at Z-Bar, September 15th, 2012. This is the second in a series of film – and video nights in which several international artists are presented in the cinema room and the café of Z-Bar and is taking place during the first BERLIN ART WEEK and the art fairs Preview, Liste, etc.
This BELGIE NIGHT will be showing the works of AES+F (RUS), Rebecca ARMSTRONG (USA) and Lauren Redhead (UK) , Dejan KALUDJEROVIC (SRB/AT), Alexei KOSTROMA (RUS), Stanislas LAHAUT (BE), Adam LEECH (USA), Bjorn MELHUS (DE), Michelle OWEN (AUS), Steve SCHEPENS (BE), Johan TAHON (BE), The After Lucy Experiment (BE) and Andy WAUMAN (BE)

an infraspecies exploration

Venue: Baba Vasa's Cellar
Marica 22 Street
Shabla, Bulgaria

Opening: 10.08.2012

Curator: Axel Stockburger


Søren Engsted (DK)
Karine Fauchard (FR)
Julie Gufler (DK)
Jane Heiss (DE)
Nicolas Jasmin (FR)
Dejan Kaludjerovic (AUT/RS)
Barbara Kapusta (AUT)
Isabella Kohlhuber (AUT)
Lazar Lyutakov (BG)
Johannes Porsch (AUT)
Franz Schubert (AUT)
Signe Ross (NZ)

In 1970 the Belgian concept artist Marcel Broodthaers decided to conduct an interview with a cat, asking numerous slightly esotheric questions about trends in the the art market and issues of aesthetics. Naturally the cat answered in her appropriate way, miaowing and purring after every question. Nearly thirty years later, the French Philosopher Jacques Derrida similarly positioned the encounter with a cat as an event signifying the complex relationship between human and animal. Following a scene where his cat observes him stepping out of the shower he asks: "before the cat that looks at me naked, would I be ashamed like an animal that no longer has the sense of nudity? Or on the contrary, like a man who retains the sense of his nudity? Who am I therefore? Who is it that I am (following)? Whom should this be asked of if not of the other? And perhaps of the cat itself? (Jacques Derrida, 1997).

These two positions became the starting point for the exhibition humanimals - an infraspecies exploration, which showcases a range of international artists who approach the emergence of the dividing line between human and animal. In his book "the open" Giorgio Agamben traces the history of the philosophical operation aimed at bringing about what it means to be human, a process he calls "the anthropological machine". This process has seen many different stations, from Descartes characterisation of animals as mechanical entities lacking a soul, over Jakob von Uexkülls declaration of a multitude of different parallel lifeworlds, towards Donna Haraway's notion of animals as "significant others". The artists in humanimals - an infraspecies exploration engage with this "anthropological machine" according to their respective practices, ranging from photography over painting, drawing, video and installation.

About the curator:

Axel Stockburger is an artist and theorist who lives and works in Vienna. He studied at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna with Peter Weibel and holds a PhD from the University of the Arts, London. His films and installations are shown internationally. Among other projects he has initiated the independent art television channel TIV in Vienna in 1998 and collaborated on international projects with the London based media art group D-Fuse (2000-2004). At present he works as scientific staff member at the Department for Visual Arts and Digital Media / Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna.

Founded in 2002, «Baba Vasa's cellar» is a non-commercial space for contemporary art, located in Shabla, a town in Northern Bulgaria with 4500 inhabitans. The 10 square meters of exhibition space are situated in the cellar of an old house and follow the architectonic principles of the white cube. «Baba Vasa's cellar» exists due to the hospitality of an 82 years old woman and the entusiasm of a permanently growing group of artists from different nationalities. During its first 10 years of existence the Cellar presented works of over 30 artists and the yearly openings are supported by a garden party with DJ line.
«Baba Vasa's Cellar» is not trying to be what it is not and doesn't pretend of importance. The smallest space in a small provincial town in a small country searches for its public in the first place among the local people, speaks in dialect, works with tiny budget, improvises and enjoys the nature. The Cellar finds its satisfaction mainly in the pleasure of creating and amusing, not forgeting about the responsability of contributing in someones development and decentralising the still unshaped scene for contemporary art in the country.


Italia/Serbia: Crossing, 18th & 19th of July 2012

participating artist:
Ana Adamovic
Dejan Kaludjerovic
Iva Kontic
Goran Micevski
Boba Mirjana Stojadinovic
Saša Tkacenko
Milos Tomic
Karin Andersen
Alberto Boccardi/Enrico Venturini/ aBP anybetterPlace
Valeria Borrelli
Gemelli Kessler
Futura Titteferrante
Carlo Pucci


Dejan Kaludjerovic
What Did Tomorrow Bring Us?

@ HDLU/ Galerija Karas, Zagreb
Opening: 26th of June 2012 at 19h
Galerija KARAS
Praška 4, Zagreb
T + 385 (0) 1 4811 561


"tracing paper" @ Charim Galerie

Opening: 19. June .2012, 19h
20. Juni to 15. September 2012

Ivan Bazak -Erwin Bohatsch - Katharina Gruzei - Joe Hardesty - Franziska Klotz -
Moussa Kone - Dejan Kaludjerovic - Nora Kurzweil - Roberta Lima - Paula Mueller -
Robert Muntean - Chloe Piene - Daniel Pitín - Alfons Pressnitz - Hubert Scheibl -
Adriane Wachholz - Jens Wolf - Ralf Ziervogel

Charim Galerie
Dorotheergasse 12/1
1010 Vienna

Megacool 4.0. Jugend und Kunst
Mega cool 4.0 – youth and art

curated by Prof. Dr. Birgit Richard
Opening: 14. June 2012

Exhibition runs from June 15th until October 7th, 2012 at Künstlerhaus k/haus in Vienna, Austria
karlsplatz 5
1010 vienna
open daily 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
thursdays until 9 p.m.

The exhibition at Künstlerhaus k/haus highlights the life worlds and creative productions of various youth cultures as reflected in international contemporary art.
"MEGACOOL 4.0 - Youth and Art" presents photographs, interactive installations, video art, paintings, street art and sculptures made by visual artists (incl. Erwin Olaf (Vermeer award laureate 2011), Charlie White, Rinneke Dijkstra and Slinkachu) from across Europe, Russia, China and the USA. The exhibition is supplemented by objects and everyday items from Jugendkulturarchiv Frankfurt and a focus on young art from Vienna (incl. an installation developed by wienxtra-medienzentrum in collaboration with youngsters).
"MEGACOOL 4.0" presents fundamentally different types of youths: normal ones, assimilated hipsters, altar servers, drag kings, fat ones, thin ones, twins, celebrities, goths, hiphops, metalheads, ravers, cosplayers, avatars, aggressive girls. From installations such as "Mindless living" by LA Raeven and "Pitbull" by Martin Brand, Cao Fei's "Cosplayer", Andreas Gursky's "Mayday I", Michael Schmellings Serie "Atlanta HipHop" to Nan Goldin's "Jimmy Paulette after the Parade". The exhibits takes visitors on a visual foray through young people's picturescapes and theme areas such as online cultures, light / dark, body and gender performances as well as their choreographies, fashion, games, sport and party. In addition to the fundamental questions in young people's identity search, the creative minds of a generation are invited to take centre stage, those who use Web 2.0 platforms such as YouTube, Facebook, flickr, deviantart or animexx as a source of inspiration for aesthetic-creative experiments, explore creative freedom and produce new forms of art. "MEGACOOL 4.0" shows fundamentally different takes on "youth", their movements, their poses, their objects and their fashion.

AES + F, Andreas Amrhein, Nadine Arbeiter, Petra Arnold, Aram Bartholl, Christian Bazant-Hegemark, Sabine von Bassewitz, Lars Borges, Martin Brand, Kimberly Clark, Robbie Cooper, Denis Darzacq, Diana Deu, Rineke Dijkstra, Dennis Dirksen , Ruud van Empel, Cao Fei, Franziska Fiolka, Matthias Fritsch, Daniel & Geo Fuchs, Nan Goldin , Andreas Gursky, Cosima Hanebeck, Marlene Hausegger, Anna-Lena Heidrich, Olaf Heine, Max Holicki, Anna Jermolaewa, Dejan Kaludjerovic, Sebastian Keitel, JK Keller, Angelika Loderer, Mark Leckey, Jocelyn Lee, Ulrike Lienbacher, Birte Svea Metzdorf, Matthias Meyer, James Mollison, Mareike Müller, Erwin Olaf, Ann-Sophie Paul, Hana Pesut, Jan Poppenhagen, Marion Poussier, Wendelin Pressl, Daniel Puhe, Jussi Puikkonen, L.A. Raeven, Birgit Richard, Römer & Römer, Rebecca Sampson, Michael Schmelling, Oliver Sieber, Carolin Simon, Katja Gunkel, Philipp Ries und Julia Thiemann, Sauli Sirviö, Slinkachu, Cornelia Sollfrank, Klara Petra Szabo, Alexander Tilgner, Albrecht Tübke, Ari Versluis, Ellie Uyttenbroek, Nadine Wagner, Andreas Weinand, Charlie White, Daniel Zerbst


Ausstellungsstrasse 53
1020 Vienna

21.April 2012 to 10.June 2012

Ovidiu Anton, Johanna Braun, Eva Chytilek, Emma Maud Corrall, Hélène van Duijne, Dejan Dukic, Chilo Eribenne, Karine Fauchard, Karin Ferrari, Denise Herz, Zorana Janjic, Christine Kofler, Kris Lemsalu, Lazar Lyutakov, Jakob Neulinger, Michael Niemetz, Parastu, Stefan Reiterer, Stefanie Sargnagel, Niki Weitzer

18.Mai: Filmabend
Ovidiu Anton, Eva Chytilek, David Eisl, Chilo Eribenne, Christian Falsnaes, Karin Ferrari,
Dejan Kaludjerovic, Kris Lemsalu, Roberta Lima, David Roth, Marianne Vlaschits, ...


Sofia City Art Gallery
in collaboration with MUSA Museum Vienna and Institute of Contemporary Art Sofia presents:
Curators: Iara Boubnova and Roland Fink

14 March 2012 - 15 April 2012
opening March 13, Tuesday, 6 pm

The exhibition “Common History and Its Private Stories. Geschichte und Geschichten” is an attempt to honour the twentieth anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall not so much as the main event of recent European history but as an event with massive implications; an event, which triggered a succession of political events with global impacts that are defining our lives in the last 20 years.

The exhibition was conceived on the basis of the collection of MUSA Museum Start Gallery Artothek in Vienna. It pays special attention to the typical for this institution ability to keep close track of the artistic production in Vienna. The defining principles of the museum collection form the basis of the exhibition – it is a composition of personal reactions on the changes; of individual political and social engagement with the process; of witness accounts, reflections, and self-analysis of
artists from various generations and background.

Due to the strong increase in dialogue and cooperation in the world of politics, business, art and culture, it has become necessary to readjust and fine-tune our attitude towards everything that is different. National and international aspects have been increasingly intermingled, public entities have been privatised – all these aspects have shaped the recent common history in Europe and beyond.

Common history tends to generalise matters, create myths and stereotypes. It needs a greater distance to finally calm down and be analysed. However, none of us who have witnessed and/or participated in the process have such a distance.

“We lack objectivity … but we still remember … we remember the rush of freedom, the fraternisation with former enemies, the experience of terrorist acts and violence. We are the ones who have both won and lost by the transformation from a society that was permanently confronted with shortcomings to a consumer society. Ours are the pains of the slow realisation – the realisation that freedom is not a habitual drug but a social contract with shared responsibilities. We are the ones who have travelled the way from a bipolar model of the world to a political world order to ... well, to what?”

The exhibition deals with the common history all generations have experienced in the past 20 years. Each of these generations have their own traumas and have made their own experiences, observations and conclusions based on the constant daily comparison of “before” and “after” as well as “here” and “here”. The most obvious comparisons can be made between the Europe that was separated by the Iron Curtain and the European Union and its enlarged “family” of candidate
countries that are united by common political and economic interests.

The artists who present their works in the exhibition come from different countries and different cultural backgrounds, but they are all witnesses of the change, the transition, and the unification.

Roland Fink, curator of “Common History and Its Private Stories. Geschichte und Geschichten”: “Due to their experiences with the transition process the artists broach the issue how society deals with romanticised non-remembering and the reflexion on the phenomenon. Childhood memories, (outlived) traditions, desires, maintained legends and myths, and a search for orientation become instruments in the exhibition as well as objects of artistic analysis.”

The exhibition unites different approaches and ways of dealing with these transformation processes. “Common History and Its Private Stories. Geschichte und Geschichten” presents works of 30 artists.

With works by:
Hildegard Absalon, Armin Bardel, Sabine Bitter/ Helmut Weber, Luchezar Boyadjiev, Libia Castro/ Ólafur Ólafsson, Josef Dabernig, Marianne Greber, Matthias Herrmann, Christine Hohenbüchler, Robert Jelinek, Anna Jermolaewa, Ulrike Johannsen, David Jourdan, Dejan Kaludjerovic, Johanna Kandl, Martin Kitzler, Oleg Kulik, Marko Lulic, Ken Lum, Anna Meyer, Michail Michailov, monochrom, Lisl Ponger, Peter Sandbichler, Katharina Struber, Martina Stuffer, Magda Tothova, Gernot Wieland, Alexandra Zaitseva...

A catalogue about the exhibition is available in Bulgarian, English and German.


Mestna galerija Nova Gorica, Slovenia
Dejan Kaludjerovic
Indigo. Let's start from this
(A small retrospective)

03.02. - 24.02. 2012

curator: Petja Grafenauer



Participant artists: Harun Farocki, Ulla von Brandenburg and Dejan Kaludjerovic

Gallery KCB, Belgrade's Cultural Center
from 27. 01. 2012 - 20. 02. 2012.

The exhibition is part of the Prague Quadrennial Intersection and implemented with the support of
the program "Culture" of the European Commission.

Author of the project: Sodja Lotker, artistic director of Pracue Quadriennale.

17. 01. 2012, 19h
Dejan Kaludjerovic
What Did Tomorrow Bring Us?

'Dienstag Abend' von Ludwig Kittinger & Fernando Mesquita

Ve.Sch - Verein für Raum und Form in der bildenden Kunst, Schikanedergasse 11, A-1040 Wien

Project "Europoly - The European Union Identity Trading Game" by Dejn Kaludjerovic is shortlisted for Bank Austria Kunstpreises 2011


Donetsk goes Contemporary
Exhibition curated by Andrei Loginov and Steve Schepens for Donetsk Art Point, Donetsk, Ukraine. The exhibition will open on 11.11.2011.
Dates 12.11.2011 – 12.12.2011

Participating artists at Green Palza:
AES+F group, Blue Noses, Sergey Bratkov, Igor Gusev & Natascha Trandafir, Dejan Kaludjerovic, Andrei Loginov, Matt Mullican, Franz Rodwalt, Liddy Scheffknecht,
Steve Schepens, Santiago Sierra, Vadim Vosters

Participating artists in art parcours in the city:
Daya Cahen, Happy Famous Artists, Philip Grözinger, Clement Page

SCM and Art Point Donetsk are pleased to invite you to the press conference and opening of the exhibition Donetsk goes Contemporary, curated by Andrei Loginov and Steve Schepens. On the occasion of the exhibition a text is published by Dr. Ekaterina Rietz-Rakul.


FAST - International Festival of Contemporary Creation
Terni, Italy

from 15-Sep-11 to 25-Sep-11

Participating Artist in the Intersection program:
Dace Dzerina
Dejan Klaudjerovic
Hans Rosenström
Joao Galante / Ana Borralho
Paul Divjak

18.08 - 03.09. 2011
Europaaeisches Forum Alpbach, Austria @ Otto-Molden-Foyer

For the last decade Dejan Kaludjerovic has been preoccupied with childhood as a leitmotif in his paintings, drawings, photography and videos. A central theme in Kaludjerovic’s oeuvre is how we deal with the present and therefore how it manifests itself in the future. The artist strives to bring to our consciousness the choices we are making today and how they affect life that comes. The exhibition is curated by Walter Seidl and supported by ERSTE Foundation.
The exhibition will remain open until 3 September 2011.

EUROPOLY- The European Union Identity Trading Game
Serbian artist Dejan Kaludjerovic addresses the situation of European immigrants in an unusual manner. Kaludjerovic uses the well-known board game Monopoly to convey the problems and challenges faced by immigrants in Europe. In order to obtain Europoly citizenship and win the game, players not only have to apply for papers such as residence and work permits, but also have to invest in their position in society by buying different identities. Is your will to integrate enough to make you part of a country which is not your own? Or are fortune and money the pivotal factors which ultimately decide whether you will be a prostitute or a doctor?
Europaaeisches Forum Alpbach, Austria @ Otto-Molden-Foyer

opening: 27th of August at 8PM
Inaugural exhibition of Esc Art Centre in Lviv, Ukraine 23.07.-30.08.2011: Opening 23. July

Participating artists: AES+F (RUS), Daya Cahen (RUS), Philip Grözinger & Christian Pundschus (DE), Happy Famous Artists (BE), Dejan Kaludjerovic (SRB/AUT), Andrei Loginov (BLR), Matt Mullican (USA), Clement Page (UK), Steve Schepens (BE).

The range of the artists represented in this exhibition includes both internationally established as well as the young and hip. It is focused on video works to be shown in different locations in the city out of the context of the arts, namely in restaurants, shops, discotheques, etc. This inaugural exhibition does not have a theme and is nomadic in its representation.

With the support of the Honorary Consul of the Kingdom of Belgium, L’viv.
Esc would also like to thank Triumph Gallery and Volker Diehl Gallery.


ESc is a new art centre located in the city of Lviv, in the West of Ukraine. ES contemporary manifests most recent and future augmentations of the art world and of art theory to the broadest possible audience. The art centre focuses on visual arts on international level. It includes an apartment exhibition space, an open air parking lot as exhibition space and also occupies flat screen TVs throughout the city. The TVs will be screening videos and films during the day in stores, libraries, the academy, the university, etc. and at night in clubs and discotheques. The function of ESc is to get Lviv out of its slumbering cultural coma, to consult collectors and to manage lectures. The art centre will also host artist residencies. The aim is to cooperate with the foreign consulates, as well as the officials of the city of Lviv and the province of Galicia. Parallel the art centre aims to work together with different important museums in the city such as The Lviv Art Gallery and the Center for Urban History of East Central Europe. In 2012, ESc will be hosting a thematic exhibition dedicated to the UEFA European Football Championship and aims to consult the UEFA for a parcours of contemporary art and sport.

ESc was founded by Dr. Ekaterina Rietz-Rakul (UA) and Steve Schepens (BE) in 2011 and is based in Lviv, Ukraine and Berlin, Germany. Dr. Ekaterina Rietz-Rakul is PhD in contemporary literature and Steve Schepens is a visual artist. They are co-authors and write for several international art magazines. Their book Contemporary Art Berlin was published in 2010 and Berlin…Aber Sexy in 2011. As curators they founded the collective APES and recently curated the Berlinaire exhibition in Belgium.

The art centre has an international board of advisors including art historians, art critics and museum curators such as Elena Sorokina, Harlan Levey, Volker Diehl and many more. It is chaired by Pavlo and Tajana Rakul.
22. 06. - 03. 07. 2011
Festival THEATERFORMEN Hanover

Brett Bailey | Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller | Dejan Kaludjerovic | Philippe Quesne | Anna Rispoli mit Lotte Lindner & Till Steinbrenner | TricksterP | Béla Pintér und Compagnie | Toshiki Okada - chelfitsch | Mokhallad Rasem / Monty | Philippe Quesne - Vivarium Studio | Massimo Furlan - Numéro 23Prod. | Aitana Cordero - Het Lab Utrecht | Jetse Batelaan - TG Max | Yan Duyvendak, Omar Ghayatt and Nicole Borgeat | Lina Sanehand Rabih Mroué | Elevator Repair Service | Amir Reza Koohestani / Mehr Theatre Group | De Utvalgte | Zachary Oberzan | Velma | hub:kunst.diskurs |

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16.06 - 26.06.2011
Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space

Intersection: Intimacy & Spectacle -undisciplined art inhabiting the very center of Prague in June 2011

Participating artists: Romeo Castellucci / Socìetas Raffaello Sanzio // Josef Nadj // Anna Viebrock / Till Exit // Nathaniel Mellors // Ana Borralho & João Galante // Markus Schinwald // Mareunrol’s // Brett Bailey // Hooman Sharifi // Ilya and Emilia Kabakov // Monika Pormale // Hans Rosenström // Josef Bolf // Guerra de la Paz // Monika Pormale // Terike Haapoja // Egon Tobiáš // Elevator Repair Service // Ioana Mona Popovici & Simon Vincenzi // Ulla von Brandenburg // Caroline Evans & Hansjorg Schmidt // Bohdan Holomízek & Eva Hrubá // Abbey Theatre // Harun Farocki // Dace Džerina // Paul Divjak // Dejan Kaludjerovic // Katerina Fojtíková // Tomáš Vanek // Tomáš Džadon // Pavla Sceranková // Dušan Záhoranský // Jan Haubelt //Ivars Gravleys // Petra Petiletá // Daniela Barácková // Vasil Artamonov // Alexey Klyuykov // Alice Nikitinová // Tomáš Moravec // Matej Al-Ali // Jan Pffeifer // Jan Komárek // Tomáš Svoboda // Stage Code & La grande bande // Handa Gote // Jan Lepšík // Alice Nellis // Árpád Schilling / Krétakör // Claudia Bosse / theatercombinat

The Intersection project is organized by the Prague Quadrennial (CZ) in cooperation with New Theatre Institute of Latvia (LV) // Escrita na Paisagem Festival de Performance e Artes da Terra (PT) // the Victoria and Albert Museum (GB) // Kiosk (RS) // Krétakör (HU) // the National Theatre in Prague (CZ) // MiBAC-Direzione Generale per lo Spettacolo dal vivo (IT) // Kiasma Theatre, Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art (FI).

Following the Prague Quadrennial, during 2011 parts of the Intersection project will travel to Santacangelo (IT), Munich (DE), Évora (PT), Bergen (NO), Riga (LAT), Nitra (SK), Terni (IT), Belgrade (RS), Helsinki (FI), and Budapest (HU).

Artistic Director Sodja Lotker // Architect Oren Sagiv // Executive Director Daniela Parízková // Production Director Jakub Matejka

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11/06/2011 - 10/07/2011
Contemporary Art Spaces Tasmania, Hobart, Australia

Dejan Kaludjerovic, Claire Lambe, Nancy Mauro-Flude, Sally Rees, Noel Skrzypczak, Ben Terakes, Paul Emmanuel
curator: Sarah Jones

CAST Gallery, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
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06. 03. - 03. 07. 2011.

400 Jahre Kinder im Porträt

Curators: Nicole Fritz and Hans-Peter Wipplinger

Von Engeln und Bengeln. 400 Jahre Kinder im Porträt
AES+F / Friedrich von Amerling / Sofonisba Anguissola / Monika Baer / Charles Beaubrun / Joan Mestre i Bosch / Antonio Carnicero / Jake and Dinos Chapman / Lovis Corinth / Gustave Courbet / Jim Dine / Cornelis Theodorus Marie Dongen / W[illem] van der Eertbruggen / Barbara Eichhorn / Josef Engelhart / Manfred Erjautz / Peter Fendi / Judy Fox / Karin Frank / Johann Freund-Kampmann / Hans Frick / Peter Friedl / Marianna Gartner / Gortzius Geldorp / Bruno Gironcoli / Adriaen Hanemann / Gottfried Helnwein / Uwe Henneken / Martin Honert / Franz Howanietz / Ursula Hübner / Christian Jankowski / Dejan Kaludjerovic / Gustav Klimt / Ernst Klimt / Oskar Kokoschka / Käthe Kollwitz / Elke Krystufek / Sir Thomas Lawrence / Marie Luise Lebschik / Franz Lenbach / Max Liebermann / Loretta Lux / Haruko Maeda / Maria Marshall / Micha Payer und Martin Gabriel / Paula Modersohn-Becker / Ernst Christian Moser / YoshitomoNara / Nicolas Neuchâtel / Emil Nolde / Max Oppenheimer / Pablo Picasso / Gabriel Reinés Pocoví / Andrés López Polanco / Frans Pourbus the Younger / LoisPregartbauer / Augustin Quesnel / Hans Rabeiler / Johann Gualbert Raffalt / Diana Rattray / Matthias Ranftl / Tobias Rehberger / Fideli Reinstadler / Johann Baptist Reiter / Joshua Reynolds / Anton Romako / Francisco Ignacio Ruiz de la Iglesia / Fumie Sasabuchi / Christian Schad / Friedrich Wilhelm von Schadow / Egon Schiele / Markus Schinwald / Martin Johann Schmidt / Hans Schmidt /