The exhibition is dedicated to the oeuvre of the most prolifi c member of the “Boissonnas dynasty”, Fred Boissonnas (1858-1946). It sheds light on a whole aspect of his career that is both underappreciated and crucial: his journeys on the Mediterranean Sea, which he spent the fi rst three decades of the 20th century roaming in search of light, of the Great Greece and free Egypt, of Homeric settings and Biblical landscapes.

Scalable Skeletal Escalator is an experimental live art work conceived by Isabel Lewis in the form of a holobiont, a multi-organismic assemblage, like the human body itself, shuddering and shaking into being.

Zastoupení autoři: Milan Adamčiak, Peter Bartoš, Juraj Bartusz, Mária Bartuszová, Milan Dobeš, Stano Filko, Milan Grygar, Jozef Jankovič, Igor Kalný, Michal Kern, Július Koller, Otis Laubert, Denisa Lehocká, Juraj Meliš, Alex Mlynárčik, Ilona Németh, Roman Ondak, Rudolf Sikora, Dezider Tóth / Monogramista T.D, Jana Želibská

Lina Bo Bardi — A Marvellous Entanglement is an exciting tribute by the English artist and filmmaker Isaac Julien to the great Italian-Brazilian architect.  It is an impressive nine-channel video installation, accompanied by a photographic series, filmed in several locations in Brazil, including the Sao Paulo Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art in Bahia and the Teatro Gregario de Matos by Salvador de Bahia.

For over three decades, the New Zealand-born artist Michael Stevenson, who lives and works in Berlin, has developed a practice that is at once research based and materially dedicated. His artworks operate at the confluence of economics, technology, belief, and the infrastructural systems that enable them.

This exhibition presents a new body of work by Kapwani Kiwanga, who lives and works in Paris. The work revolves around the epistemologies of botany, its histories and their relation to acts of resistance. The artist examines the role of plants in self-medication, subsistence, and self-protection, while considering plants as witnesses to human history.

As a mother, wife, and artist, Seejarim brings into attention the unequal distribution of labor attributed to women as useful and controllable subjects. While the issue of female subjectivity is prevalent throughout her work, Seejarim explores the complex tensions surrounding everyday household rituals done by women and their desire and dilemma to escape such roles.

The photographs by the British-Dutch photo journalist Merlin Daleman tell the poignant story of a divided Great-Britain.