HERITO, No. 4: Art is changing (a) place
Art changed its location – it left the studio, but it also escaped somewhere beyond the galleries, beyond museum rooms. What does it mean for the institutions and to what extent the thinking about the infrastructure for art should be changed? And does the new venue for art also change? What is happening in the cities, the landscape, the public and private space subjected to the influence of art?
In the issue:
In the issue:
- Anda Rottenberg, Joanna Rajkowska, Katarzyna Kozyra, Katarzyna Jagodzińska, Magdalena Ujma, Michał Wiśniewski on art that uses social space as its medium, on the sometimes under-exploited potential of biennials, and on the impact of art institutions on the urban fabric;
- Piotr Piotrowski and László Beke talk about the question of Central Europe, about whether it may still be useful as a concept, about the global change caused by the events of 1989, and about contemporary art history;
- Joanna Sanetra-Szeliga and Zoltán Bencze objectively and subjectively about the European Capital of Culture Pécs 2010;
- Łukasz Galusek, Paweł Jarosz, Katarzyna Kotyńska, Bela Tsipuria, Wojciech Wilczyk share their impressions from exhibitions they saw and books they read in Brno, Lviv, Krakow, Tbilisi, Katowice and Potsdam;
- Mykola Ryabchuk on the unreciprocated Ukrainian longing for Austria and Europe.