The exhibition Everyday Sexism by Slovak artist Ivana Šáteková at the Artwall Gallery shows situations that women in our society face on daily basis. Comments regarding their appearance, maternity, behavior or means of expression accompany women from childhood to the old age.
Ján Triaška's exhibition Live Long and Prosper displays hand gestures expressing different ideological as well as general human attitudes and approaches. It depicts symbols that are phenomena of today's reality.
In this extensive photographic series, the artist deconstructs stereotypization of Roma women in order to present the viewer with images produced from within the lived Roma experience rather than about it.
Rudolf Sikora: The Earth Must Not Become a Dead Planet
The exhibition of a prominent Slovak artist Rudolf Sikora in Artwall Gallery focuses on the dangers caused to our planet by human activity. The exhibited series “The Earth Must Not Become a Dead Planet” originated more than forty years ago (in 1972) yet it message is more pressing than ever before.