2017. 09. 30. – 2017. 11. 05.

Art Encounters

Life User's Manual
Art Encounters 2017
Timisoara, Romania

curated by Ami Barak and Diana Marincu

2017. 09. 27. – 2017. 11. 25.

TÜkÖr Által / A Mirror Dimly
1061 Budapest, Paulay E. u. 25-27.

Opening: 2017. 09. 27. 7 PM

solo show by István Csákány

2017. 12. 06. – 2017. 11. 11.
Opening: 15.09.2017.

La borie

A Throw Of The Dice Will NEver AboliSh Chance
Château de la Borie
87110 Solignac

curated by Ardie Poels

2016. 12. 06. – 2017. 03. 29.

Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2016

Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2016
Kerala, India

curated by Sudarshan Shetty

2016. 03. 11. - 05.18.

Cassini Cruise IV
popup exhibtion curated by Ardi Poels (the ridder.com)
at Vrijthof 21 Maastricht (NL)

2015. 04. 25. - 05.13.

Krisztina krt. 7, Budapest

Participationg artists: András Blazsek, István Csákány, Ádám Kokesch, Beatrix Szörényi, randomroutines

More information

2015. 03. 19. - 03.05.

Speakers' Corner
Akademie Schloss Solitude
Solitude 3, Stuttgart (D)

2015. 03.05. - 06.07.

Adam, Eve & the Devil
Marres - House for Contemporary Culture
Capucijnenstraat 98, 6211 RT Maastricht (NL)

A shimmering (hidden) diamond, an artist hanging upside-down, enchanting lapis lazuli, steps that are counted for a whole week, a slowly wilting rose, and a day that passes by in 7 hours and 23 minutes. It's a feast for the senses!
Including: Charbel-joseph H. Boutros, stanley brouwn, David Claerbout, István Csákány, Dario D’Aronco, Thomas Grünfeld, Jos de Gruyter & Harald Thys, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, Jean Haincelin (Dunois Master), Rodrigo Hernández, Sofia Hultén, William Hunt, Alicja Kwade, Wolfgang Laib, unknown medieval masters, Astrid Mingels, Carlo Mollino, Christopher Orr, Thomas Ruff, Stéphanie Saadé, Anri Sala, Oscar Santillan, Gregor Schneider and Conrad of Toul (Master of the Munich Golden Legend).

The exhibition is curated by Ardi Poels.

2015. 01.23. - 2015. 02. 20.

donumenta: "14 x 14 - Vermessung des Donauraumes. - Momentaufnahmen"
Pécsi Galéria
Széchenyi tér, Pécs (H)

2015. 01. 30. - 03. 13.

Trapéz Gallery
Henszlmann Imre street 3., Budapest, Hungary, 1053

Do you hear what I hear? Do you see what I see?
Galerie Krinzinger
Seilerstätte 16, 1010 Wien

2014. 09. 12. - 2015.01.11

Invisible Viloence
ARTIUM - Basque Museum Center of Contemporary Art
Francia 24
01002 Vitoria-Gasteiz

2014. 09. 12. - 10. 19.

Trafo Gallery
Liliom utca 41, 1094 Budapest (H)

(...) The genre of the diorama, which can be defined as a staged, artificial environment, creates further intentional disturbances in the perception of the exhibition space. For the time of this exhibition such premises of reality as space and time become unlocalizable, together with the spatial relation of inside and outside. A once organic plant is presented on an abstract metal frame in the interior of a sterile gallery, which is redefined by strong lights coming from behind of curtains of seemingly new windows and doors created by the artist. The aforementioned interventions are crucially altering the perception of the space of Trafó Gallery, as they open new perspectives for the diorama. The installation entitled Shadow Space on the other can remind the viewers on such constructions as security towers of historical prisons over which one’s senses can’t have complete control. ...
(excerpt of the exhibtion handout)

 2014. 06.28. - 2015. 02.01.

ISTVÁN CSÁKÁNY - Bernsteinzimmer
Mudam - Luxembourg - Musée d'Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean
Park Dräi Eechelen, 1499 Luxembourg (LU)

Bernsteinzimmer (2010) by the Romanian-born Hungarian artist István Csákány is a detailed and complex reconstruction, completely in wood, of a private atelier. The effect of artistic alienation brought about by the completely wooden construction gives the untidy cellar room, which seems to have been just recently abandoned, something of the effect of a metaphorical mise en abyme, a figurative repetition: an interior reflecting the everyday, ordered chaos of a man who takes refuge in his tinkering and who has portrayed his own prosaic reality at life size.

In fact, with this atelier, Csákány recalls that of his father, the memory of which is today as rough to him as the wooden design of the work. At the same time, this highly elaborate and skilfully built replica of a typical kind of refuge seems to move within the deep-blue space of the museum pavilion like an interstellar time capsule detached from space and time, which the viewer looks into as into a foreign world.

With Bernsteinzimmer, Csákány additionally underlines how important skilled artistic work carried out in a collective is for art, as he also does with the title's reference to the famous Amber Room. This masterpiece of Baroque craftsmanship, which has become almost legendary owing to its mysterious disappearance in the Second World War, was sent to Saint Petersburg from Berlin in 1716 as a present by the Prussian King Frederick William I to Czar Peter the Great. It was not just the perfect product of a masterly collaboration between now-forgotten amber carvers with its creator, Andreas Schlüter: its material and its history also gave the work a complicated temporal structure that was interesting for the Hungarian artist.

14 x 14 – Vermessung des Donauraumes. Fotografische Positionen.
Edwin Scharff Museum
Petrusplatz 4, 89231 Neu-Ulm (D)

14 zeitgenössische, international renommierte Künstlerinnen und Künstler aus den 14 Ländern des Donauraumes wurden anlässlich der donumenta Jubiläumsausstellung 2012 in Regensburg eingeladen, ihr Land, ihre Gesellschaft, das Leben ihrer Mitbürger zu erkunden und zwei Fotos für diese Ausstellung zur Verfügung zu stellen.

Die Formel „14 x 14 – Vermessung des Donauraumes.“ gleicht einer Einladung, die Kunst als Parameter zu wählen, um am Beispiel des Donauraumes individuelle, europäische und globale Wirklichkeiten und Utopien kennenzulernen und zu reflektieren. Darüber hinaus wird mit „14 x 14“ die Fähigkeit von Künstlerinnen und Künstlern zur Übernahme von Verantwortung und Transformation von Wirklichkeit bezeichnet. Denn es ist der Künstler, der in seinen Werken die Welt neu vermisst. Sein unvoreingenommener Blick auf den Anderen und das Andere eröffnet neue Perspek-tiven. Die Makroregion ‚Donau’ präse

ntiert sich insofern als Riesenlabor mit einzigartigen Entwicklungsmöglichkeiten. Eine Kooperation mit dem Donaubüro anlässlich des internationalen Donaufestes, kuratiert von Regina Hellwig-Schmid, der künstlerischen Leiterin und 1. Vorsitzenden des donumenta e.V.

  2014. 05.09. - 06.30.


MoCAB Salon, Heritage House, Institute Cervantes – Belgrade, Serbia
Ušće 10, blok 15, 11070 Novi Beograd, Serbia

The Belgrade exhibition includes: Kader Attia (FR), Itziar Barrio (ES/US), Ursula Biemann (CH), Rossella Biscotti (IT/NL) & Kevin van Braak (NL), Sarah Browne (IE), Declan Clarke (IE), István Csákány (EU), Willie Doherty (UK/IE), Harun Farocki (DE), Daniel García Andújar (ES), Marta Jovanović (RS/IT), Dejan Kaludjerović (RS/AT), Vladimir Miladinović (RS), Locky Morris (UK/IE), Christodoulos Panayiotou (CY), Garrett Phelan (IE), Nikola Radić Lucati (RS), María Ruido (ES), Francesc Ruiz (ES), Fernando Sánchez Castillo (ES/NL), Jonas Staal (NL), Milica Tomić (RS) and Katarina Zdjelar (RS/NL)

Curators: Zoran Erić, Blanca de la Torre and Seamus Kealy

A multi-disciplinary project co-produced by the Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade (MoCAB) and ARTIUM Basque Museum-Centre of Contemporary Art

The project explores “invisible violence” as it is discernable within quotidian, domestic, work-related, and everyday life; administrative and bureaucratic violence; visual violence in advertising and media; as well as subtle forms of sectarianism and community animosity arising from recent historical circumstances. These are forms of violence that are arguably globally omnipresent. These comparisons of violence shall be explored by bringing together artists’ work that are problematizing territorial, nationalistic, mythological and identity-related topics in a topical fashion, without being bogged down by dualistic, partitioned or oppositional representations.
The theme of violence as a subject for an exhibition is naturally a sensitive and often provocative one, and sometimes generative of Manichean definitions of “us and them.” Therefore, with this project, it is an aim to resist undue focus on issues of war, genocide and extreme violence, while enabling these to be a tangible, if unseen backdrop to the project. The violence being predominantly explored – that which is depicted or investigated in the invited artists’ work - is forms of violence within language, within representation, as a result of shifting socio-economic conditions, and shifting ideas and policies that may be identified as enacting a “cultural” violence upon geo-political bodies and individuals. This does not mean that these more topical and more pronounced forms of violence (terrorism, war, ethnic cleansing and genocide) are explicitly avoided in this exhibition, but that instead they do not dominate the field of references, which itself aims to cast several beacons on different forms of cultural and contemporary violence simultaneously. Additionally, a variety of obstacles that appeared during the production of this overall project, which ironically may be defined as key examples of invisible violence, will be presented and deciphered alongside the exhibition and its discourses. Originally a three-country project, and now touring between Serbia and Spain without an Irish partner, the processes of this project’s development had unexpectedly and inadvertently uncovered forms of invisible violence.

2014. 02.20.

Les Statutes Meurent Aussi
2014, Publisher: Bonnefantenmuseum, Authors: Hajnalka Somogyi, Livia Paldi, Nikloett Erőss, Stijn Huits, 33 pages

The publication gives an overview of István Csákány's recent artistic production, the large-scale 2012 installation Ghost Keeping and his new installation Les Statutes Meurent Aussi (in cooperation with Hajnalka Somogyi) shown at the Bonnefantenmuseum. The publication is a presentation of a group of artworks and projects by Csákány and a survey of the artistic and social issues they explore.
"His works present transformations, disappearances, and lingering late-modernist myths. Not a stranger to physical labour and building construction himself, his projects explore various notions of work: that of an artisan, of an industrial worker, and of a contemporary artist; through the figure of the worker – who is either absent or modeled of the artist – he points to endgames of modernity, and to empty spaces and new constellations that might as well be activated in the near future. At the same time, his practice of sculpturally transposing objects (often machines) and whole environments into a single material, as if freezing them in time, as well as the extremely laborious, time-demanding process of producing some of these installations, manifests a strong need to remember, and to take care of memories."

Publication is available on Bonnefantenmuseum's webshop for €9.50!

  2014. 02.14. - 04.13.

Beating Around the Bush - Episode #1
Avenue Céramique 250, Maastricht

Starring: István Csákány, Camille Henrot, Mark Manders

Opening: 13.02. 2014, from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.

Beating Around the Bush is an exhibition programme for 2014, in which the Bonnefantenmuseum will be presenting its collection in an investigative way. In four episodes, both the fixed values and the ‘quiet reserve’ of the collection will be brought into dialogue with new and proposed acquisitions. In addition, interventions in the form of small solo presentations will function as mirrors to reflect new content-related insights and perspectives. Each episode has a different thematic angle, through which the individual artists’ practices will be explored, as well as the museum collection as a whole and associated movements. Beating Around the Bush Episode #1 explores how contemporary artists deal with universal and timeless questions about the condition humaine, or human condition; questions about the origin of things, as well as their loss or disappearance. How does art relate to visible reality, and what other realities are depicted? What personal mythologies do artists develop in their work, and what overlap is there with religion and mysticism?

Co-starring: Francis Alys, Joan van Barneveld, Jean-Marc Bustamante, Patrick Van Caeckenbergh, István Csákány, Hugo Debaere, Jan Dibbets, Peter Doig, Luciano Fabro, Fons Haagmans, Camille Henrot, Anselm Kiefer, Piet Killaars, Suchan Kinoshita, Hans Lemmen, Claude Léveque, Mark Manders, Keetje Mans, Rik Meijers, Navid Nuur, Neo Rauch, Aldo Rossi, Ray Smith, Roman Signer, Susana Solano, Johan Tahon, Luc Tuymans, Sandra Vásquez de la Horra, Toon Verhoef, Helen Verhoeven, Han van Wetering, Bas de Wit.

  2013.09. 06. - 09.26

Lofoten International Art Festival - LIAF 2013
in Kabelvåg and Svolvær, Norvegia

Artists:Bani Abidi, Sven Augustijnen, Anne Böttcher, István Csákány, HC Gilje, Pedro Gómez-Egana, Shilpa Gupta, Leslie Hewitt in collaboration with Bradford Young, David Horvitz, Adelita Husni-Bey, Sinisa Ilic, Adria Julia, Mahmoud Khaled, Karl Larsson, Laida Lertxundi, Britta Marakatt-Labba, Nana Oforiatta Ayim, Oliver Ressler, Allen Ruppersberg, Walid Sadek, Natascha Sadr Haghighian, Lisa Tan, Olivier Zabat and Knut Asdam.

  2013.05. 31. – 06. 07.

Hidden visions - Rejtett viziók
Csepel művek, Budapest

Artists:Albert Ádám, Igor és Ivan Buharov, Csákány István, Faa Balázs, Farkas Roland, Gruppo Tökmag, Ipsics Barbara, Oláh Mátyás, the Randomroutines, Soós Kata, Szemző Zsófia

   2013.09. 06. - 09.26

The Other Half of the Sky. Selected works from the Ludwig Museum's Collection
Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest

Within the exhibition István Csákány's Ghost Keeping (2012) is displayed.

Curated by Szipőcs Krisztina

  2012.11. 05. – 11. 25.

Individual Views - Moment Aufnahemen 2012
Donau-Einkaufszentrum, Weichser Weg 5, 93059 Regensburg

Artists: Ivan Bazak, Pavel Braila, Anetta Mona Chisa & Lucia Tkácová, Alexandra Croitoru, István Csákány, Biljana Djurdjevic Igor Grubic , Pravdoliub Ivanov, Magdalena Jetelová, Mladen Miljanovic, Julian Palacz, Lazar Pejovic, Tadej Pogacar, Herbert Stolz

2012. 10. 31. – 11. 30.

A.I.R. HUNGARY, Petőmihalyfa 2011/12
Krinzinger Projekte, Wien

Artists: Steffi Alte, Nicola Brunnhuber, Tamas Kaszas, Adi Matei, Bernd Oppl, Stela Vasileva, Istvan Csakany, Markus & Roswitha Hanakam & Schuller, Little Warsaw, Wendelin Pressl, Anja Ronacher, Kamen Stoyanov, Steven Guermeur

2012. 10. 11. – 10. 14.

Frieze Art fair
Frieze Art Fair, in 'Frame' section with kisterem, Regent's Park, London (GB)

2012. 09. 28. – 11. 04.

donumenta 2012: 14x14 - Vermessung des Donauraumes. Positionen aktueller Kunst.
Kunstforum Ostdeutsche Galerie, Regensburg

Artists: Marina Abramovic | Montenegro, Ivan Bazak | Ukraine, Pavel Braila | Republik Moldau, Anetta Mona Chisa & Lucia Tkácová | Slowakische Republik, Alexandra Croitoru | Rumänien, István Csákány | Ungarn, Biljana Djurdjevic | Serbien, Igor Grubic | Kroatien, Pravdoliub Ivanov | Bulgarien, Magdalena Jetelová | Tschechische Republik, Anselm Kiefer | Deutschland, Mladen Miljanovic | Bosnien und Herzegowina, Tadej Pogacar | Slowenien, Ars Electronica: Future Lab, Ryota Kuwakubo, Julian Palacz | Österreich

  2012. 06. 09. – 16. 09.

Nahe Ferne
Collegium Hungaricum Berlin (D)

Artists: Beatrix Szörényi, István Csákány, Lilla von Puttkamer, Oliver Oefelein

2012. 06. 09. – 16. 09.

venue: Hauptbahnhof (Eastern wing)

  2012. 06. 22. – 08. 04.

Haunting monumentality
GaleriaPlan B, Potsdamer Strasse 77-87 Berlin (D)

Artists: Imre Bukta I István Csákány I Thobias Faldt I János Fodor I Ádám Kokesch I Little Warsaw I Svatopluk Mikyta I Tamás St.Turba I Miklós Surányi

Curated by Áron Fenyvesi

  2011. 09. 09. – 10. 09.

Lost Stories
BWA SOKÓŁ Gallery of Contemporary Art, ul.Kościuszki 34, Nowy Sącz (PL)

Artists: István Csákány | Hubert Czerepok | Zuzanna Janin | Helmut & Johanna Kandl | Eva Kotátková | David Maljković |Ciprian Mureşan| Lucia Nimcová | Société Réaliste | Katarina Šević & Tehnica Schweiz | Mladen Stilinović | Miroslav Tichý

Curator: Barnabás Bencsik

2011. 06. 11 - 09. 23.

GrafiTri - XXV. Miskolc Graphics Triennial
Gallery of Miskolc Museum, Rákóczi u. 2. Miskolc (H)

2011. 04. 29. - 06. 16.

ICA-D (Institute for Contemporary Art), Vasmű út 12., Dunaújváros

Artists: Bukta Imre, Csákány István, Csáki László Imre Mariann, Kaszás Tamás, Palkó Tibor
Kurátor: Mélyi József

2010. 09. 16. - 11. 16.

Donumenta 2010 UNGARN
Städtische Galerie - "Leerer Beutel", Bertoldstr. 9 93047 Regensburg

2010. 09. 09. - 10. 03.

EASTgoesEast (KrakÓw: Jonathan O'Dwyer, Simon Liddiment, Tom Cox-Bisham, KrisztiÁn KristÓf, IstvÁn CSÁKÁNY , Beatrix SZÖRÉNYI)
Bunkier Sztuki - Plac Szczepański 3a Kraków, (PL)

2010. 09. 03. - 10. 03.

make up gallery - Kasárne Kulturpark,Kukucinova 2 Kosice

2010. 07. 16. - 08. 08.

joy and disaster. notes on the economy
Hausgalerie - Künstlerhaus, Karlsplatz 5, 1010 Wien

Artists: Tamás Kaszás, istván Csákány, Miklós Erhart, Csaba Nemes

2010. 07.09. - 08. 07.

EASTgoesEast(Budapest: IsTvÁn CsÁkÁny / KrisztiÁn KristÓF / BEATRIX SZÖRÉNYI)
Outpost Gallery Norwich - 10b Wensum street Tombland, Norwich, Norfolk England

Artists: istván Csákány, Krisztián Kristóf, Beatrix Szörényi

2010. 05. 26. - 2011. 02. 27.

Unmistakable Sentences. The Collection Revisited
Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art, Palace of Arts Komor Marcell u. 1, Budapest

The Ludwig Museum`s 2010 exhibition of the permanent collection displays works which focus on the complex, conflictual and often ambiguous relationship between aesthetics and politics. Within this vast theme are such concrete topics as the destiny of social and artistic utopias, the functioning of cultural memory, the borders of creativity, the various usages of urban public space, the role of the artist and his/her relationship to politics, etc.

2010. 04. 28. - 06.24.

The Science of Imagination | International Group Exhibition
Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art, Palace of Arts Komor Marcell u. 1, Budapest

Contributors: Ervin Csákány, Ninni Wagner, sculptors: József Tamás Balázs, Andrea Gombos

Artists: Pawel Althamer, Gerard Byrne, István Csákány, Marine Hugonnier, Tamás Kaszás, Ádám Kokesch, Chris Marker, Anna Molska, Deimantas Narkevicius, Panamarenko, Daniel Roth, Saso Sedlacek, Jane and Louise Wilson

Curators: Hajnalka Somogyi

The exhibition of the works by international contemporary artists deals with the European and North-American culture of the 1945–1989 period, in order to present how the atmosphere of the Cold War era with its scientific facts, ideologies or apocalyptic visions has become a deep and inspiring source of artistic creativity and contemporary culture.

2010. 04. 09. - 05. 30.

 SZ&D - contemporary art from Hungary
 Künstlerhaus Dortmund, 44147 Dortmund, Sunderweg 1

 Contributors: Tamás Kaszás, Ervin Csákány, Martin Varga, Caspar Walbeck

 Concept and Organization: Willi Otremba, Hajnal Szolga, Hannes Woidich

 Radio broadcasts about the show (in German): WDR 5

2010. 03. 28. - 05. 02.

An exhibition of the Derkovits Fellowship awardees 2009
Ernst Museum Nagymező u. 8 Budapest

2010. 02. 18. - 03. 28.

Sok sikert! (Good luck!) - with Beatrix Szörényi
Budapest Galéria Kiállítóháza, 1036 Budapest, Lajos utca 158.

2009.09. 03. - 16.

Aviva Art Award 2009
Műcsarnok, 1146 Budapest, Dózsa György u. 37.

2009. 06. 03.
Open studio
Ke Sklárne 3213/15 150 00 Praha 5 I www.meetfactory.cz

It is possible to visit the installation until the 19th of June 2009. For a visit please register yourself, via email. Send a date and a time when you would like to come!


2009 April - June

Artist-in-residency at Meetfactory, Prague (CZ)
Ke Sklárne 3213/15 150 00 Praha 5 I www.meetfactory.cz

2009. 02. 06 - 2009. 03. 29

Trafo Gallery, 1094 Budapest, Liliom str. 41

Artist: Doa Aly, CHEN Chieh-jen, Csákány István, Harun Farocki, Isa Rosenberger, Artur Zmijewski

The artistic concepts behind the works featured at the exhibition have been shaped along the lines of motivation which changes social and human situations. Change, the possibility for change, becomes achievable as a result of a gesture, a minimal measure of intervention, on the part of the artist. It is just sufficient to flash us a glimpse of the imagined, if only for a moment, while also placing reality in a new light, and, in a sense, building a bridge between the two.

5. – 18. 2. 2009

iconoclasm, building-up, criticism of public space sculpture
Atelier of L. Saloun: Slovenská ul. 4, Praha 10.

Curators: Ivana Moncolová, Anton Cierny Vystavující umelci a umekyne

Artists: Tomás Dzadon, Radovan Cerevka, Pavlína Fichta Cierna, Anton Cierny, Anetta Mona Chisa a Lucia Tkácová, Ola Horavová, Jaroslav Kysa, Dorota Kenderová, Ján Gasparovic, Radko Macuha, Stefan Papco, Martin Piacek, Jan Pfeiffer, Karin Patúcová — Lunterová a Peter Zalman, István Csákány, Dusan Dobias, Beatrix Szörényi

2008. 11. 01

Gallery by night 2008
with Tomás Dzadon
Studio Gallery, 1077 Budapest, Rottenbiller u. 35.

exhibition images on photoblog

2008. 09.17. - 10.17.

Coincidental meetings MÁrta PÁn and young sculptors
Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts, Barcsay hall, 1062 Budapest, Andrássy út 69-71.

Exhibiters: Borsos Róbert, Cseh Lili, Csákány István, Kovách Gergely, Pán Márta, Pintér Balázs, Szabó Ádám, Szász György, Takács Szilvia.

2008. 07. 10. - 08. 31.

Exhibition of the 2007 Studio Prize-winners
Studio Gallery, 1077 Budapest, Rottenbiller u. 35.

Exhibiters: Csákány István, Kokesch Ádám, Németh Hajnal

exhibition images on photoblog

2008. 07. 10. - 08. 31.

The mechanics of the canvas
Ernst Museum, 1065 Budapest, Nagymezo utca 8.

Exhibiters: Albert Ádám, Borsos-Lorinc Lilla, Bodó N Sándor, Csákány István, Dénes Ágnes Dóra, Fischer Judit, Gyorffy László, Halász Péter, Karácsonyi László, Kis Róka Csaba, Kokesch Ádám, Kovács Budha Tamás, Kupcsik Adrián, Navratil Judit, rajzlap / Fodor János, Szörényi Beatrix, Mécs Miklós, Fischer Judit, Horváth Tibor, Josef Bolf, Eva Kot'átková, Société Réaliste, Sugár János /, Société Réaliste, Szabó Eszter, Szucs Levente, Surányi Miklós, Tarr Hajnal, Tibor Zsolt, Uglár Csaba, Verebics
curator: Fenyvesi Áron

2008. 08. 23.

Monument for a Monument
CeremoniAl dedication

Stanica Zilina-Zariecie, Zavodska cesta 3, 010 01 Zilina, Slovakia

2008. 08. 23.

Models of Provincia
solo show
Stanica Gallery, Zavodska cesta 3, 010 01 Zilina, Slovakia

2007. 10. 09. - 11. 02.

Dear painter, please paint me… with heart and mind
http://www.trafo.hu/programs/1604House of Contemporary Arts, Lilliom utca 41, Budapest

Artists: CSÁKÁNY István, NAGY Judit, KASZÁS Tamás, FISCHER Judit, MÉCS Miklós, KRISTÓF Krisztián, LORÁNT Anikó, CANOILAS Hugo, SZÖRÉNYI Beatrix

2007. 08. 31. - 09. 20.

Kapitalistische Freundschaft
Collegium Hungaricum Berlin, Karl-Liebknecht-Str. 9, 10178 Berlin


2007. 24. 03. - 14. 09.

3. PrAGUE BiennAle: Globals and outsiders: Connecting cultures in central Europe
Thamova 8, Prague 8, Prague

HUNGARIAN PROJECT (Curated by Kati Simon and Gergely László):
An exploration of new Hungarian art.
Istvan Csákány, Andrea Schneemeier, Aniko Loránt, Marcell Esterházy, Zsolt Fekete, Miklos Mécs, Borbala Sárai, Csaba Vándor