The Chisinau and Berlin based artist and filmmaker Pavel Braila created this year the Moldovan pavilion for the Expo Milano 2015 in collaboration with the architect studio ”Gorgona”. Reflecting on the topic of the expo Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life, the installations of the pavilion are concerned with the theme "Shine the Light - Energy of Sun, Energy of Earth, Food for People".
At the 56th Venice Biennale Ukraine was represented by the group exhibition Hope! that gave voice to personal hopes as well as critical opinion and refelctions of artists on the present situation and future perspectives of the country.
The Budapest based photographer and photo-journalist Lilla Szász is mostly known of her photo series that focus on socially sensitive issues and tells stories of human vulnerability.
The Timisoara based Jecza Gallery participated for the first time at Art Safari Bucharest. The founder and curator Andrei Jecza told us more about his impression of the fair.
The young Romanian art fair, Art Safari aims to provide platform for emerging as well as well-known Romanian galleries and artists from the country. Ioana Ciocan and Silvia Rogozea, the directors of Art Safari 2015 told us more about their strategies for the second edition and their future visions.
Belarus is represented by a special photographic project, the War Witness Archive at the 56th Venice Biennale. We asked Aleksei Shinkarenko, the author of the project to tell us more about it.
Based on the idea of János Sugar's project, the Fire in the Museum a fire was set and kept alive for twenty-one days in frame of OFF-Biennale Budapest.
From the occasion of the second edition of Bookmarks exhibition organized in frame of OFF-Biennale Budapest we invited Tamás Kaszás for a talk.