Shadi Harouni: Žena . Život . Svoboda
Iranian artist Shadi Harouni's exhibition Žena . Život . Svoboda, a body of work created specifically for Artwall Gallery, is a tribute to this ongoing struggle for freedom from oppression. The work speaks the language of protest in public and private spaces.
Ulf Aminde: Outlet
The panels of Artwall Gallery are covered by fields of colour. A closer look reveals that we are looking at painted shop windows.
Robert Gabris: Insectopia
The focus of Insectopia is the artist's own body, through which he records the experience of dehumanization based on his Roma and queer identity.
Adam Tománek: Darkness under the Sun
In the middle of a hot summer, he squeezes his body into a miniature shade on a concrete patch in the suburbs. He walks through the center and the periphery, searching for the possibilities of hiding from the sun. He interacts with passers-by and the space and his search for a shadow takes on different forms and meanings.
Exhibiting artists: Yurii Ivantsyk, Dmytro Krasnyi, Kinder Album, Tasha Levytska, Sestry Feldman
Rufina Bazlova: Belarusian Folklore
Rufina Bazlova's exhibition Belarusian Folklore captures the alarming situation in contemporary Belarus.
Andy Singer: CARtoons
On the panels of Prague's Artwall gallery, located by a busy road on the Vltava embankment, there are drawings of a city overwhelmed by cars. The exhibition by American cartoonist and comic artist Andy Singer draws attention to the unsustainability of the current mode of mobility.
Zdena Kolečková: Eroica
Zdena Kolečková's exhibition Eroica captures in six photographs the story of an encounter with a heavily tested industrial landscape.
The visual language of PXS is cultural codes from many disciplines, which capture the spirit of the time and act as links. Underpasses and passages in the city are filled with emptiness. The wind blows through their bowels and spreads leaves everywhere with pieces of paper, notes, fragments of slogans.
Marie Lukáčová: Vagina Fantasy
If the vaginas had dreams, they could take the form that Marie Lukáčová comes up with in a series called Vagina Fantasy. The vaginas in the images acquired wings, tentacles, braids and mouths.