image text special shop

'HOPE IS BAD' by Zofia Palucha at Berlinskej Model, Prague

Hope Is Bad is the title of the show as well as one of the newest paintings by Zofia Pałucha. The artwork, like most of the artist’s paintings, escapes simple interpretations and meanings. Pałucha is an artist who, having the world literally at hand, on the screen of a laptop and smartphone, actually uses its complexity in her art. Her work characterizes non-linear and non-obvious thinking. By using the language of contemporaneity in painting, it she evokes a specific fear and excitement of the unknown. The fear that I like so much because it introduces me to a state of confusion and when digested with time, opens up new areas in my head. The more progressive and bold actions in the space of culture, the faster we treat them as everyday life and the more our mentality changes. A rebellion against conventions and a lack of imagination is a rebellion against nationalisms and all diseases plaguing modern societies. Only those who create with the eagerness to change improve the world. They change how we view and evaluate reality, making us more open, sensitive and simply better.

— Krystian Truth Czaplicki

13.10.21 — 16.10.21

Photo by Tomáš Souček

Berlinskej model

'dwelling3' by Philip Hinge at 427, Riga

Kubilay Mert Ural at Money Gallery, Saint-Petersburg

'Hard Counter Club', Group Show at Zape, Alboraya

'Discounts' by Egon Van Herreweghe at CONVENT, Ghent

'Never Early but Always On Time', Group Show at Apartment 13, Providence

'Daybreak' by Elisa Barrera at Lucas Hirsch, Dusseldorf

'Hat Box' by Julie Malen at Catbox Contemporary, New York

'19742 Ceremony' by Dishon Yuldash at Daipyat, Voronezh

'STILL MAGIC', Group Show at Redkie Iskusstva, Saint-Petersburg

'Methods for Regional Stewardship' by Will Bruno at Smart Objects, Los Angeles

'In Flames' by Inside Job at Lily Robert, Paris

'Spas Setun Dystopian Party Collection', Group Show at Spas Setun, Moscow

Money Gallery at BIENVENUE ART FAIR, Hotel La Lousiane, Paris

'Ok boomer', Group Show at Plague Space, Krasnodar

Greg Meza at ANDNOW/​WAREHOUSE, Dallas

'Von der schenkenden Tugend', Group Show at Zarinbal Khoshbakht, Cologne

Matthew Peers, Max Ruf at Lady Helen, Berlin

'Green changed to white, emerald to opal, nothing was changed' by Vadim Murin at

Next Page