Ella Littwitz’s solo exhibition “And a third of the waters became wormwood”, opening on Wednesday, April 18th, 2018 from 17:30 to 20:30
Ella Littwitz’s first solo exhibition with Harlan Levey Projects, which opens during the Art Brussels Gallery Night, continues a line of investigation into cultural, political and natural geographies established throughout her past work. Work presented in the exhibition specifically addresses human migration and nationalism in the Mediterranean area, investigating the dual nature of this geographic feature to the extent that it connects and separates, acting as both a junction as well as a barrier between the Global North and South.
With the kind support of Israeli embassy in Belgium and Luxembourg.
Ella Littwitz, De facto, international water, Coca Cola bottle, 31 x 8.5 x 8.5 cm, 2018
Radek Szlaga is among the 24 contemporary artists in the group exhibition The Travellers: Voyage and Migration in New Art from Central and Eastern Europe at KUMU in Tallinn, Estonia. The exhibition runs from August 25, 2017 until January 28, 2018.
“The Travellers showcases the enriching value of travel and simultaneously problematises the tensions that inevitably arise between the poetics of the travelling experience and the political situations that condition it.”
Radek Szlaga, Travellers, 2017
Artists from our current double exhibitions, Hardscrabbled by Zach Bruder, and From One Moment to Another by Anouk Ines have been featured in an article in BRUZZ magazine. Check it out here!
Zach Bruder, Previous Universal Moment, 16×12 in, 2016-2017
Our non-profit partner NNE announced that the Six Tunnels public art project launched 3 new open calls. Have a look and apply now! First deadline is 5th of June!
Jordan Seiler, Public Ad Campaign