Bojan Salaj: INTERIORS III.
November 24 - December 19, 2008
Salaj preserves the consistent characteristics of his previous series: large dimension colour photographs produced using large-format analogue cameras and even a camera obscura.
November 15 - December 5, 2008
Two decades passed since the Berlin Wall fell, the line of demarcation between East and West, symbolically concentrated in the former front-line city. Since the reunification, Berlin has changed radically.Numerous photographers have accompanied those processes of change – and had a share in shaping it visually. In this compilation, the photographic view is focussed on the people and their spaces.
October 29 - November 22, 2008
Noosphere term refers to the "realm of human thought. " Intelligent Coating "around the globe, covering all the intellectual processes. Gyula Fodor does not follow the theological reference of the term, nor one that leads to virtual reality. Tries to create a new artistic reference for "noosphere". This is the euphoria that promotes life and is characterized by "the liberty of migrant "and the pain that remains due to the loss.
Gerhard Gross: SEATTLE WORKS
October 29 - December 2, 2008
Six photographic series made in the summer of 2003 in Seattle, represents the architectural designs in smaller series of 3-4 images. Subjective selection of the design, combined with technical skills, allowing in this way to stage at first glance inconspicuous objects that lie outside the normal aesthetic criteria.
Ernst Logar: NON PUBLIC SPACES
October 29 - November 18, 2008
Non Public Spaces deals with areas that are normally not open to ordinary citizens. These selected areas have special political, economic or social significance. The selection of these places mortuaries of forensic medicine, the records that constitute state identity.
PHOTONIC MOMENTS IV
October 23. - November 16, 2008
In year 2008 we have selected artists from 6 countries: Croatia, Greece, Hungary, Slovenia, Serbia and Turkey.