Cities and Velo(cities), De Markten, Brussels, Belgium Neighbourhood Boogie-Woogie, Žižkov, Prague

The current exhibition of Dušan Zahoranský at Drdova Gallery will be open until July 16. After that, the gallery will be open by prior arrangement.

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We would like to invite you to the opening of the Neighbourhood Boogie – Woogie on Friday, July 15 at 4 pm at Škroupovo Square.

Neighbourhood Boogie – Woogie is a summer project of allied galleries at Prague’s Žižkov district: hunt kastner artworks, Drdova Gallery, Nevan Contempo, 35 m2 Gallery and City Surfer Office which have installed artworks at unexpected places for you. These include Monika Žáková’s painting on the facade of the building at Křížkovského 10 and Václav Kopecký’s video at Malkovich bar at Bořivojova 10.

For more information about the individual interventions and the opening schedule, please, go here:


Cities and (Velo)cities at the De Markten in Brussels, Belgium 

The exhibition is part of the Summer of Photography biennale and and also part of the Czech presidency of the Visegrad group.

The Czech and Slovak chapter Beyond the City, curated by Václav Janoščík, features works by Radek Brousil, Paul Chaney, Pavlína Fichta Čierna, Petra Feriancová, Valentýna Janů, Václav Kopecký, Eva Koťátková, Jan Maštera, Lucia Nimcová, Kateřina Šedá


Date: 18.6.–10.7. and 2.–28.8. 2016 
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 12:00–18:00
Venue: De Markten, Oude Graanmarkt 5, Brussels


Cities and (Velo)cities

Beyond the apparent city of street buildings, there is a second one – a space of motion, passage, time and velocity. Setting such rhythm is what makes the city into an environment that is specific, prolific and historically important on one hand, and environmentally not self-sufficient, or prone to consumerist culture, on the other hand. It is this (velo)city we enter and attune ourselves to every day; it determines the rhythm of our life and conversely it allows us to participate, transform and thus realize the city itself.

The exhibition is co-financed by the International Visegrad Fund and the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic.

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