Jakub Špaňhel (1976) is a significant representative of Czech contemporary visual art. During his studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague, led by Milan Knížák and Jiří David, he already began to be a sought-after author among collectors. In his works he displays traditional themes that have a strong personal value for him. It confronts them with a natural gesture and a reduced form, thus rendering the essence and energy of the things depicted. The painter's abbreviation and the manuscript brilliancy are the determining and cognitive features of the artist's paintings. Špaňhel painted in cycles in which he always takes on one theme and is always presented in a painting way, whether it is a temple space, flowers, acts, gas stations, banks, chandeliers, chairs or butterflies. As a master, most of his work is photography or image reproduction, which allows him to work in studios in large formats.

In many images, the distinctly-painted background becomes as important as the "main" motif. in Jakub's paintings we often fail to distinguish the boundary separating the foreground from its surroundings, the "main" motif dissolves in its space, and both have the same validity. At the same time, Jakub's works also deal with the possibilities and means of painting in general, as well as some metamorphoses. With their spontaneity and action they follow the specific variant of the abstract art of the middle of the last century - the tashism. Painter has a rare ability to capture the characteristic shape, including a number of details, with several quick moves and the viewer will be conquered by his style. There is a boom in the big gesture, yet looking for fine details. And it does not matter that the big brush detail can not actually do. The places of Jakub's paintings show us the perfect technical skill, and yet as he says: "... something on the picture makes me mad, there is not something perfect about it. It's a manual job with a mistake."

ROBERT BIELIK (*1963, Levice)

Robert Bielik is a Slovak visual artist inspired by pilgrimage and residence in Buddhist monasteries with an interest in philosophy, which makes it for him ideal to connect his personal fascination and frustration, the inner desire for freedom and independence with feelings of inertia, uncertainty and fear. His painting is characterized by a stylistic and conceptual virtuosity, which is characterized by painting precision, captivating hyper-realistic records of the apocalyptic earthly to ethereal world, sarcastic analysis of characters, and philosophical and religious superstructure of scenes. Robert's characters are predominantly specific people, expressing or suggesting a story, often unreal, at times he also connects conflicting relationships and situations, e.g. fire can not exist in the clouds as the child can not sit with tigers. The contrast of the child and the beast is a representation of the ideal prototype he carries within, as he further explains: "I do not know if there is any perspective ahead of us, but if so, then it could be a world in which every sentient being is happy, or a world in which a child can play with tiger without any fears."

Robert works on questions of light, shadow, clair-obscure, harmonizes composition, uses the principles of renaissance and baroque painting. Obvious is the inspiration of mannerism, and he turned to the forerunners of romanticism, the pre-Raphaelites, with whom he associates nostalgia, sadness, but also questions of death. His work also has a therapeutic purpose for him. He paints forests, hills, animals, figures or mortuary self-portraits, topics in which he is mentally resting. In his works often appear people he knows and has a close relationship with while he rather paints for pleasure than for the art itself.


*08.01.1935 Semeteš, Czechoslovakia (Municipality: Vysoká nad Kysucou; District: Čadca)

  • 1953-1955 College of Education, Bratislava (Field: Visual Art, Slovak Language)
  • 1955-1961 University of Visual Arts, Bratislava (Atelier: Prof. Dezider Milly; Prof. Ladislav Čemický; Prof. Vincent Hložník; Prof. Peter Matejka)
  • 1958 First illustrated book of Ľubomír Feldek: Hra pre tvoje modré oči (Game for your blue eyes) due to censorship this has not been released
  • 1962-1968 Study travel in Europe and Egypt
  • 1966 Foundation of the Club of Graphic Designers
  • 1968 Event committee Bienale DANUVIUS Bratislava
  • 1969 First solo exhibition in Palaco Bellas in Havana (Cuba)
  • 1971 Expertise in the Publishing Children´s Book Trust in Nai Dillí (India)
  • 1972 Award The Golden Eagle at the Festival du Livre de Nice (Festival of books in Nice (France) (Illustrations for Aristofanes: Lysistrata)
  • From 1986 Exhibitions abroad (France, Germany, Japan, Belgium, United Kingdom, USA, Hungary, Romania, Austria, China)
  • Until 1999 Participation in numerous illustration competitions (also as a Referee); Awards for the artworks. Working visits in Europe, Asia and America
  • 2010 Exhibition in DANUBIANA Meulensteen Art Museum, Bratislava
  • 2013-2014 Exhibition in Galéria mesta Bratislavy, Bratislava
  • 2017 Exhibition in Turcianska Galéria, Martin
  • 2018 Exhibitions in Tatranská Galéria, Poprad and Bellart Gallery, Vienna

Miroslav Cipár is married with Vilma (born Lang) in 1959 and they have two children, son Vladimír and daughter Tatiana.

LUBA BAKIČOVÁ (*1985, Ilava)

Luba Bakičová was born in Ilava, Slovakia, graduated from the Secondary Industrial School in Lednicke Rovné, Slovakia. She is currently studying for the fifth year at the glass studio at the Faculty of Fine Arts and Design of the University of J.E.Purkyně in Ústí nad Labem. Her creative potential has wide ranges and includes large-scale graphic works and sculptures whose active agent is glass.

Luba's three-dimensional works have the features of an exact, objective experiment. It examines the methodological behavior of materials, their properties in extreme situations, and their physical transformations, often on the basis of destruction, are the subject of its artistic activity. A technological scenario of a planned happening, in which the assumed coincidence is incorporated, is part of its artistic reflection. In the latter, he uses refractory materials, which let the glass melt flow into the joints and holes. Glass ceases to be a reproductive material and becomes an experimental medium, actively completing the author's intentions.

ILJA BÍLEK (*21.12.1948, Liberec)

Ilja Bílek, Associate Professor and Academic Painter, was born in 1948 in Liberec in Northern Bohemia. He graduated from the Secondary Industrial School of Glassmaking in Železný Brod, where he studied hot-forming of glass. Afterwards, he enrolled in the Academy of Applied Arts in Prague, where he attended the Glass Studio headed by Professor Stanislav Libenský. Immediately after completing his university education, he joined the Železnobrodské sklo glassmaking enterprise, in the capacity of designer of hot-formed glass and created there small mould-melted glass sculptures. From 1996 he has headed the Glass Studio at the Faculty of Art and Design of the J. E. Purkyně University in Ústí nad Labem. In the 1980s, Bílek became involved in glass sculpture. He explores the possibilities of its spatial arrangement, frequently using segments made of mould-melted and flat glass. His compositions are often based on construction principles that are inherent in architecture. He employs techniques and methods derived from various industrial fields. Elements of industrial thinking are anchored in his creative approaches. Bílek participates in exhibitions held in the Czech Republic and other countries, and enjoys presenting his glass art in collective exhibitions together with his students’ creations. His works are represented in art collections both at home and abroad.

IGOR FAŠKO (*1967, Treuenbrietzen)

1985-1991 • studying at Faculty of Architecture, Slovak Technical University, Bratislava, Slovakia
1990 • postgraduate course Hochschule für Angewandte Kunst, Wien, Austria
lives and works in Slovakia and Germany

Selected group exhibitions

Bratislava, Salon of freelance artists, 2006 - 2014, Slovenská umelecká beseda, Dom umenia • Bratislava Memory Day, Slovenská umelecká beseda • Chemnitz - Projektraum CKB e.V. "Neuaufnahmen" • Castle Holíč, Slovakia 2007 • Chemnitz Herbstsalon, Augustusburg, 2007 - 2011 • Merseburg, Kunst aus Deutschland Mitte • Bratislava, Picture in Music, Slovak Radio • Chemnitz, Projektraum CKB e.V. 2008 exhibition 20x20 • Bratislava, Chopin exhibition, Slovak Radio Gallery • Oelsnitz, Galerie HHH "Wegzeichen 10" • Chemnitz Projektraum CKB e.V. Zeitgleich 2010 • Chemnitz, Neue Sächsische Galerie, 20 Jahre Kunsteverein Laterne • Leipzig Freiluftgalerie Parcours 2011 and 2012 • Zukunftsvisionen 2013, Görlitz, Germany • Bratislava - Devin, Hommage a Peter Strassner • Chemnitz, Galerie Laterne, Pleineir • Chemnitz, Werkschau - Auf den Punkt 2014 • Bratislava, Galéria RTVS, Abstrakcia versus figúra 2015 • Chemnitz, Galerie Turm, Augustusburg - 25 Jahre Laterne 2015 • Chemnitz , Projektraum CKB e.V. K.A.M. 2015 • Martin, Turčianska galery, 6 bienale at freelance fine art, 2016 • Chemnitz, Galerie Laterne, Maske und Gesicht, 2017 • Praha, Slovak Institut, Chaos - Univers, 2017

Selected solo exhibitions

Wien, Waluso Verein • Chemnitz, Galerie Schauspielhaus • Banská Bystrica, Gallery Museum of Slovak National Uprising • Poprad, Tatra Gallery • Bratislava, Gallery BCPB • Bratislava, Pálffy Palace • Zvolen, Zvolen Castle Slovak National Gallery • Leipzig, Art-Domain Gallery • Liptovský Mikuláš, J. Kráľ Museum, former synagogue • Blankenfelde, Alte Aula - Galerie Leiga • Paris, Galerie A.O.T.S. rue de Bachelet 6 • Chemnitz, Galerie Laterne • Bratislava, K-Gallery, Made in Myto • Bratislava, Slovak Radio Gallery, Made in Myto II • Mönchengladbach, Kunst im Zenturo, Made in Slovakia • Berlin - Galerie Della Rovere - Made in Slovakia • Bratislava, GUBA Gallery • Dolný Kubín, Orava Gallery 2012 • Dresden, Haus der Architekten 2013 • Chemnitz, Galerie Laterne 2014 • Berlin - Galerie Vinogradov, 2015 • Liptovský Mikuláš, Gallery P. M. Bohúňa 2016 • Martin, Turčianska galéria, Unconcret realistic, 2017

JÁN HRČKA (* 5.10.1988, Bratislava)

2009 – 2015 Academy of Fine Arts and Design, Bratislava, Painting, The Fourth Studio
2004 – 2008 Josef Vydra School of Applied Arts, Bratislava, The department´s curriculum
(focus, selection of subjects and their structure, etc.)

Solo Exhibitions:
2017 Nevídané toalety – Spot 12, Trnavské mýto (subway), Bratislava
2017 School days, Gallery Sumec, Bratislava
2017 Just 13, Atelier XIII, Bratislava
2016 Black & white or die, GMAB, Trenčín ( w/ P. Cvik and A. Kopecka)
2016 Legendy z podpivníka, Gallery Čin čin, Bratislava
2015 Tekutý sveter, Gallery Hvězdárna, Zlín (CZ)
2015 Parketový lev a barový romantik, Flatgallery, Bratislava
2015 Z fabriky do krčmy (diploma work), AFAD, Bratislava, (w/ F. Sabol)
2014 Full house, Žumpa gallery, Bratislava
2013 Spot, Spot, Bratislava (w/ A. Kopecka)
2012 Road to ruin, Tranzit - Hangar, Bratislava
2012 Buran Buran, Hopkirk, Bratislava (w/ A. Kopecka)
2012 Carnival of destruction, Pod kamenným stromom, Bratislava (w/ A. Kopecka)

Group Exhibitions:
2017 Wratislavia pro Bratislava / Bratislava pro Wratislavia, Gallery Miejska, Wroclaw(PL)
2017 Art Talent, Gallery Umelka, Bratislava
2016 Decembrové stop/y 5, Gallery Čin čin, Bratislava
2016 Winter selection 4, Flatgallery, Bratislava
2016 DOT. 2016. ( bodka za prvým rokom), Dot gallery, Bratislava
2016 Maľba 2016, Gallery Nedbalka, Bratislava
2016 Modern Art Slovakia, Landesgalerie Burgenland, Eisenstandt (A)
2016 Doteraz, Dot gallery, Bratislava
2016 DOM 2, Nemecký kultúrny dom Rača, Bratislava
2015 Decembrové stop/y 4, Galéria Ćin čin, Bratislava
2015 Winter selection 3, Flatgallery, Bratislava
2015 SadiL, The Gallery on the Corner, London (UK)
2015 Výstava umelcov z Cvernovky, Connect, Bratislava
2015 BAnda - Mikroklima, Industra gallery, Brno (CZ)
2015 BAnda - Obrazorovnost, Gallery Caesar, Olomouc CZ)
2015 Od maľby k objektu, od objektu k maľbe, Gallery Gagarinka, Bratislava
2015 BAnda - Naporcovaní, Gallery Jána Koniarka, Trnava
2015 BAnda - Péčko, Gallery Artatak, Praha (CZ)
2015 BAnda - Starým médiem přítomní, Gallery Magna, Ostrava (CZ)
2014 Slovenský inštitút, Wien (A)
2014 Retrospectivepreview, Keglevich palace, Freshmens Gallery, Bratislava
2014 Maľba 2014, Gallery Nedbalka, Bratislava
2014 999, River Gallery, Bratislava
2014 Winter selection 3, Flatgallery, Bratislava
2014 Winter Urban Market, Stará tržnica, Bratislava
2014 BAnda, SPP gallery, Bratislava
2014 Mladé kone, Koniareň gallery, Trebišov
2014 Guláš, River Gallery, Bratislava
2014 Grape festival, Pieštany
2014 Spring Urban Market, Stará tržnica, Bratislava
2014 Solitude, River Gallery, Bratislava
2013 Christmas Bestseller vol.5, SODA gallery, Bratislava
2013 Galéria Presents, Gallery Dunaj a ja, Bratislava
2013 Winter Urban Market, Stará tržnica, Bratislava
2013 Maľba 2013, Gallery Nedbalka, Bratislava
2013 Dotyky, Student gallery, Plavecký Štvrtok
2013 Tedx, Slovenské narodné divadlo, Bratislava
2013 Sppirit, SPP gallery, Bratislava
2013 KE-BA- BB 13, PGU, Žilina
2012 Soyart, Spot, Bratislava
2009 Reč figúry, Gallery Artotéka, Bratislava

2016 finalist, VÚB Prize for Painting
2014 finalist, VÚB Prize for Painting
2013 finalist, VÚB Prize for Painting

Gallery Čin čin, Bratislava
Ateliér XIII, Bratislava
Hvězdárna, Zlín (CZ)
Flatgallery, Bratislava
Gallery Jána Koniarka, Trnava
Gallery Magna, Ostrava (CZ)
River gallery, Bratislava
Student gallery, Plavecký Štvrtok
VŠVU, Bratislava

2016 Internacional workshop of public art, Gallery 19, Bratislava
2014 Šamorín
2013 Plavecký Štvrtok
2010 Tihany (HU)


Martin Iman is a Slovak artist who is successfully devoted to painting and artistic photography. He presented his works at many foreign exhibitions in Czech Republic, Germany, France, Italy, Portugal - where he exhibited at the prestigious La Fabrica in Lisbon 2012. In 2011, he took part in an exhibition in Paris, and in 2015 at the WorldEXPO 2015 exhibition in Milan. Since March 2017, he has been included in the global database of contemporary art ARTSTAQ and in the same year he participated in ART PRAGUE FAIR CZ. Since 2015, Martin Iman has been featured in the list of artists of the cultural section of the Slovak Ministry of Foreign Affairs, whose members officially represent Slovak art and culture abroad.

Characteristic of his work is an incessant experiment with color, mass and structure. Through this experiment, he organizes and discovers the surface of the image. He is particularly interested in the linear and contrarotated drawing, by which he emphasizes the clarity of the forms and chromatic concreteness in an aesthetically balanced composition in abstraction. In Iman's work, acrylic painting predominates on linings using various grinding techniques.


Born - 19 December 1968, Bratislava, Slovakia

Education 1975 - 1983 Elementary School, Kremnica, Slovakia
1983 - 1987 Graphical Design, School of Applied Arts, Bratislava
1987 - 1993 Academy of Fine Arts and Design, Bratislava
(professors Lebiš, Rumanský, Kállay)
Creation - Painting, Drawing, Sculpting, Printmaking, Book Illustration

Important Profile Exhibitions (Selection)

  • 2011 Atelier - Vote, Vienna, Austria, "Request"
  • 2012 Bratislava City Gallery, Pálffy Palace, "Saints beyond the village" + "Procession"
  • 2013 Gallery of Art Critics, Prague, Czech republic "Purgatorio"
  • 2013 Jozef Kollár Gallery, Banská Štiavnica, Slovakia "Prague selection"
  • 2014 Gallery of M. A. Bazovský, Trenčín, Slovakia, "VL"
  • 2014 Kortil, Rijeka, Croatia, "Selection of Works"
  • 2015 Center of Contemporary Art, Vitebsk, Minsk, Belarus, "Diary supplicant"
  • 2016 Klein House, Subotica, Serbia, "Gray"
  • 2016 Synagogue, Stupava, Slovakia "W.O.L.F."
  • 2017 ZOYA Gallery, Bratislava, "Table and Fence"
  • 2017 Gallery M1 - Kunstzone, Gera, Germany, "Painting"
  • 2017 Gallery Statua, Bratislava, "Story-Hope-Hopeless" (with Milan Ormandík and Mišo Ormos)
  • 2017 MUO, Zagreb, Croatia "Trans Portion" (with Lydia Patafta)

Important Joint Exhibitions (Selection)

  • 2015 Cite Internationale des Arts, Paris, France, "Dialogues"
  • 2015 Gallery Paradiso, Rab, Zagreb, Croatia
  • 2016 Nitria Gallery, Slovakia, "The Mass Ornament" (with Gerboc, Špaňhel, Kintera, Pinkava, Stipl...)
  • 2016 Museum of Modern Art, Olomouc, Czech republic "Murmur of angel wings"
  • 2017 Cite internationale des arts, Paris, "l' art slovaque"

Awards (Selection)

  • 1994 Grand Prix for Painting, Mandrač 94, Opatija, Croatia
  • 2007 Meulensteen Art Award, Slovakia
  • 2008 Martin Benka Award, Slovakia
  • 2011 Crystal wing, Award for Art, Slovakia

Important Publications (Selection)

  • 2005 Jiří Olič, Peter Michalovič, Ľudo Petránsky ml., “Marek Ormandík – Half - life decay”, monograph, 2005, Edition Ryba
  • 2010 Peter Michalovič, Tomáš Janovic, “Big Things by Marek Ormandík”, monograph, 2010, SLOVART Publishing
  • 2010 Jiří Olič, Milan Lasica, Martin Gerbóc “Purgatory by Marek Ormandík”, monograph, 2010, SLOVART Publishing

JOZEF SRNA (*04.03.1979, Bratislava)

Jozef Srna's paintings are characterized by somewhat gruesome, sometimes bizarre figural compositions whose work is located in the present streets and squares, shopping centers, harbors, various exteriors or interiors. They are marked by ongoing drama, closing the individual into existential loneliness or expecting a better future. Cities combine into often surrealistically appealing entities. It points to social problems, but also to the in-game match of the characters depicted. In recent years, his painting has been radicalized: the situations he sees are urgent, worrying, sometimes depressing or, on the contrary, full of hope.

The genre is based on historical painting, not attempting to hide his admiration to Francis Goya, W. M. Turner and C.D. Fridrich. There is a lot of people and not only in romantic times: in Renaissance, Baroque and modern painting. In landscapes that are still the most appreciated by the professional and lay public, it goes from lyrical expressions to expressive ones. Part of the landscape is a lonely figure in the center of the picture or on the horizon. In the cycle of the latest paintings of an individual in the country is replaced by a larger group of people. Everyone is heading towards the light of the roundabouts, the circle of history. Light and carousels metaphorically form a chain of stories that remain hidden. The symbolics are "the future" - they are images full of hope.

Another line of Jozef Srna's work is a complex figure of monumental dimensional composition focused on current socio-social events. Many of these images are the bearers of an unexpected character: the vision of the apocalypse. While at the stage of drawings and sketches they play playfully and carefree, by embedding in the colorful atmosphere of the canvas, the environment is radically changing: disturbance, tension, chaos, anticipated anticipation of the end without the possibility of a new beginning. These features are supertemporal, or more accurately, timeless.

The third subject is the people on the outskirts of the city, as if they were astray from the world. Alone in the sense of social, social, spiritual. This range of images is closest to the creation of the author's father, Jozef Srň st. (1930 - 1992), which belongs to the unforgettable figures of Slovak art of the 70s and 80s of the 20th century. Isolated landscape, multi-compositional composition or lonely character - based on the background is mostly created an atmosphere of detachment, uninterrupted views capture sadness, anonymity, coldness. Even at this point, the author continues with the father's painting tradition: without the stench he captures the surrounding world and society that change over the years, but man remains unchanged.

1998 - 2004 Academy of Fine Arts, Bratislava, Open atelier of prof. Rudolf Sikora
2000 - 2001 Academy of Fine Arts, Prague, Painting School of doc. Antonín Střížek
1994 - 1998 Josef Vydra School of Applied Arts, Bratislava, Department of Restoration and Conservation of Wooden Monuments (Prof. Michal Staudt)

Solo exhibitions
2012 In the New Light, Pálffy Palace, Bratislava City Gallery
2009 Selection of works, M ++ Gallery, Bratislava
2007 Light and Drama, Považská galéria umenia in Žilina
2006 Pred obrazom, Nitrianska galéria - Galéria mladých, Nitra

Publishing for exhibitions
In the new light, GMB / Beauty, 2012
Der Mensch. Der Fluss. Malerei der Donauländern, 2011, p. 62-65
spaces of Gravity, Aircraft Gallery, Bratislava, 2010, p. 152-155
Tolerance in Art, Danubiana Meulensteen Art Museum, Čunovo, 2009, p. New blood. Young Slovak Paint., GMB, 2007, p. 90-97

2006 Prize of the Slovak Fine Arts Union, 1st Biennial of Free Visual Art of the Slovak Academy of Fine Arts

JÁN VASILKO (*1979, Humenné)

Date of birth 1979 Humenné, Slovakia

Study 1999-2005 Faculty of Arts, Košice

Painting studio doc. A. Szentpétery, prof. R. Sikora

Residence 2005 ISCP Studios, New York USA
2010 Studio C3 – FKSE Budapest Hungary
2010 Strabag Artstudios Wien Austria

2005 Winner O. Čepan award for young artist in Slovakia under 35, GMB, Bratislava, Sk
2008 2.Prize VÚB Maľba- Slovak painting prize, Bratislava, Sk
2009 Winner Strabag International Artaward, Wien, At
2010- Finalist prize NG 333 and group ČEZ , National gallery, Veltrzni palace, Praha, Cz
2012 2.Prize VÚB Maľba- Slovak painting prize, Bratislava, Sk

Solo exhibitions-selection
2016- Strict Machine, Kabinet, Bratislava,SK
Neue Arbeiten, Maltator- Stadtgalerie, Gmund in Kärnten, AT
2015- Hindustriálne Posoľstvá a Povesti, Kunsthalle Košice, SK
All can be better, Auction house Soga, Bratislava, Sk
From Dusk Till Dawn , Galéria Z, Bratislava, Sk
Structure in Bewegung, Stadtgalerie, Gmund in Kärnten, AT
2014- Geometrical Code 2, spolu s A.Szentpéterym Galéria Médium, Bratislava, Sk
Strana železných, Galéria Koňiareň, Trebišov, Sk
Old Future, Pyecka Gallery, Košice, Sk
2013- KEometry. GMB Palffy Palace. Bratislava, Sk
For my dear Praguens, Dea Orh Gallery, Prague, Cz
2012- Geocode, Slovak Kultur Institut, Berlin, Ger
2011- La Citta, Gallery Anteprima Contemporary, Rome, It
Five years Plane, Gallery of City Blansko, Cz
2010- Design for1.Museum of contemp. art in Slovakia,Kulturpark Kasárne,Košice, SK
Desing for1.Museum of contemp. art in Slovakia,Wannieck gallery, Brunn,CZ
Visions / Suppan Contemporary, Wien AT
Selection / Space gallery, Bratislava SK
2009- Remarkable paintings of exotic Eastern Slovakia / Galerie AM 180, Prague CZ
Utopy and Visions from Eastern Europe / Strabag House, Wien AT
2008 Ideal City / Subteren Gallery, Michalovce SK
Struction of vessels flying gear lever and coconut compote bought four-wheel
bicycle / Kasárne Kulturpark, Košice SK
2007 Wander the Ruhr area / City Gallery, Miskolc HUN
Party of the Iron celebration / Nitra Gallery, with P. Králik, SK
Replace / Siemens ArtLab, Wien, with T. Džadoň and B. Klimová AT
2006 Kingkong played in Honkong pingpong / Museum V. Loffler, Košice SK
Study for the utopian towers / Mirbach Palace, City Gallery Bratislava SK
2005 Party of the Iron / AM 180 Gallery, Prague CZ

Group exhibitions (selected)
2016- Slovenska (New Generation) , Galeria d Italia- Piaza di Scala, Milano
Slovak Art Days, Badhuis Theater, Amsterdam
Expedition 8 , Fabrica d arte dela Cubana, Havana
2015- Soft Codes (Concept. tendencies in Slovak art) , Museum of Cont. art, Wroclaw, Pl
2014- Vítej doma príteli, Richard Adam gallery, Brno, Cz
VUB Maľba 2014, Galéria Nedbalka, Bratislava, Sk
Cassovia expres, Zemplin museum, Michalovce, Sk
2013- Zero Years- Nuller Jahre In Slowakische Kunst, Freies Museum, Berlin
2013 -Triennal of Contemporary Image, East Slovak Museum, Kosice, Sk
La Belle Peinture, France and Slovak Contemp. Painting, Pisztory Palace, Bratislava, Sk
2012 -ObrazSKovo nanovo, Slovak Contemporary Painting, Tatras Gallery, Poprad, Sk
2011 -Obrazskovo, Slovak Contemporary Painting, Wannieck Gallery, Brunn, CZ
Zero Years, Slovak Contemporary art 2000-2010, Haus of Arts, Bratislava, Sk
Slovak Geometrical Art 2, City Gallery Pilsen, Cz
2010- Painting after painting, Slovak National Gallery, Bratislava, SK
Viennafair, with SPACE Gallery Bratislava,Wien, Austria, At
2009 Zlín Youth Salon 5 / Regional gallery of Fine art, Zlín CZ
Praguebienalle 4 / Karlin Halls, Prague CZ
Erased Walls / Freies museum, Berlin GER
Strabag International Artaward 2009 / Strabag Haus, Wien AT
Winter Austellung / Suppan Contemporary, Wien AT
2008 East of Eden / Karlin Studios, Prague CZ
From west to east / VSG Košice, SK
CZ-SK Young painting / Wannieck Gallery, Brno CZ
2007 Pitoreska / Wannieck Gallery, Brno CZ
Bienale Skuter / J. Koniarek Gallery, Trnava SK
Viennafair /,with Bastart Gallery Wien AT
Save as new / Wannieck Gallery, Brno CZ
2006 Man Hero Spirit Machine/ Gallery Médium, Bratislava SK
Zlín Youth Salon 4 / Regional gallery of Fine art, Zlín CZ
2005 Final O. Čepan award / Palffy Palace, Bratislava SK
Young Art from Eastern Europe and Finalists J. Chalupecký award / City Gallery, Prague CZ

CHRISTIAN ZILLNER (*1959, Dornbirn)

Dr. phil, visual artist, writer, editor and philosopher. Lives in Vienna.

Exhibitions: Oslo, Budapest, Rome, Vienna, Dornbirn.

Books: Spiegelfeld Versepos (Austrian National Epic) I to VIII;

Volumes of poetry: escapism; rutum erat; Awoke from sleep, abandoned; From everyday life (with Nora Fuchs); Dead white men (in work).

Magazine: around 70 different titles for domestic companies and institutions.

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