Exhibition of contemporary art
Mo–Fr 14:00–21:00, Sa–Su 11:00–21:00
21.5. 16:00 – Walk through exhibition with curator Jiří Ptáček
It is difficult to face anxiety and skepticism today. We are actors of the climate collapse, whose consequences seem to be more threatening; we live in polarized societies, in which it is more difficult to find agreement on the basic conditions for coexistence. The tools designed for bringing people together start to fight back, so we feel lonely, isolated, and excluded. It is a paradox that we are getting better at realizing the complexity of the systems and processes we are part of.
They touch upon the established categories of reality, which requires rephrasing the roles we play. The exhibition Everything’s Everybody’s aims to take a stand based on the awareness of the interconnectedness of seemingly separated sets. Art that overcomes isolation contains elements of idealism as well as possibilities rather than impossibility. Art that overcomes futility, but does not deny the anxiety, uncertainty, and fears.
Curated by: Jiří Ptáček
Argišt Alaverdyan, David Böhm a Jiří Franta, Anna Černíková, Dávid Čerťanský, David Čumalo, Kateřina Drahošová, Václav Girsa, Marián Grolmus, Vladimír Havlík, Pavel Havrda, Petra Herotová, Martina Horáková, Tomáš Hrůza, Institut Institut, Šimon Kadlčák, Lukáš Karbus, Stanislava Karbušická, Krištof Kintera, Samuel Kollárik, Václav Kopecký, Jan Kostohryz, Martin Kubica, Denisa Langrová, MINA, Radek Mužík, Filip Nádvorník, Karolína Netolická, Hedvika Ocásková, Jiří Pitrmuc, Julius Reichel, Žaneta Reková, Tomáš Roubal, Rudolf Samohejl, Lucia Sceranková, František Antonín Skála, Sára Skoczková, Gabriela Slaninková, Matěj Smetana, Václav Stratil, Petr Strouhal, Barbora Šemberová, Jan Šerých, Marie Štefáčková, Gabriela Těthalová, Agáta Tichá, Jan Turner, Tereza Velíková, Šárka Zahálková, Aleš Zapletal.