Fotograf Festival – Archeology of Euphoria: 1985–1995 Orient V

The continuation of the international exhibition project within the Fotograf Festival,that is a meditation on the existence of an Eastern European identity, focuses on film and video by three artists generations. The five rooms structure continues in the developed line of oscillating positions of shame, desire for belonging and proud arrogance as definitional positions of a wounded identity. The five-room museum of infamous national histories, therapeutic reenactment of surprise, disappointment and humiliation, freely reprises the evolution of the past thirty years through a series of false liberation feelings.

Exhibited authors:
Matei Bejenaru, Piotr Bosacki, Pavel Brăila, Darja Bajagić, András Cséfalvay, Anetta Mona Chisa a Lucia Tkáčová, Jiří Černický, Chto Delat?, Anna Daučíková, Marek Delong a Anna Slama, Lizaveta Hrydziushka, Zhana Ivanova, IRWIN, Anna Jermolaewa, Shifra Kazhdan, Alina Kleytman, Kwiekulik, David Maljković, Marek Meduna, Marge Monko, Ciprian Muresan, Vlad Nancă, Deimantas Narkevičius, Jiří Skála, Mark Ther, Viktor Timofejev, Jerzy Truszkowski, Alicja Żebrowska, Jana Želibská

Marge Monko, Shaken not Stirred, 2010
Marge Monko, Shaken not Stirred, 2010


Fotograf Festival – Archeology of Euphoria: 1985–1995 Orient V

from: 27. 9. 2019
to: 27. 10. 2019

Tue-Sun 10 a.m.–6 p.m.

Curator: Michal Novotný

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The exhibition takes place as part of the Fotograf Festival #9 Archeology of Euphoria: 1985–1995

Important warning
Content of some videos is not suitable for children and youth


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Colloredo-Mansfeld Palace
Karlova 189/2
110 00 Prague 1 – Staré Město

The building is not barrier-free.

Sub A (Staroměstská station)
trams n. 2, 17, 18 (Karlovy lázně or Staroměstská stop)


full 120 CZK
reduced 60 CZK

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