Exhibition: ‘All the Rivers That Flow Through Me’ New Works by Míla Fürstová

Míla Fürstová’s intricately spiritual works explore intimate portrayals of the human soul, expressed through various artistic media. Her practice is complex and varied, including the use of mirrors and paper cut outs—often combining several processes in one piece of art. Míla’s recent journey into motherhood has influenced the new work exhibited at Eames Fine Art.…

Julia Secklehner | 14/06/2018

Ukraine: One Year to Presidential Elections: How to Rescue the Achievements of the Revolution of Dignity? Talk with Serhiy Leshchenko

Ukraine is at the crossroads: geopolitical, value-based and generational. Four after following the revolution of Kyiv’s Maidan, it boasts a list of achievements and a litany of failures. The discussion if the glass is half-full or half-empty, rages on. With just one year to go to the presidential elections, Ukraine stands up to new challenges:…

Julia Secklehner | 28/05/2018
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Event Review: Ukrainian 1930s avant-garde taking the stage in London – meet the team behind ‘Maklena’ and become part of the story!

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Armed secret police were everywhere during the dress rehearsal for Maklena Grasa – in the dressing rooms with the actors, in the wings and members of the notorious Cheka were crammed into every seat of the theatre. Written by Mykola Kulish in 1932, MaklenaGrasa was seen as a deviation of Ukrainian culture by the Ukrainian Politburo.…

Alison Miller | 25/05/2018

Exhibition: ‘Family Values: Polish Photography Now’

Family Values: Polish Photography Now is a unique season of photography and events examining Polish visual culture from the second part of the 20th century and the current creative landscape of a nation with deep historical and emotional links to the UK. At the centre of the season sits the first exhibition devoted to Polish…

Julia Secklehner | 25/05/2018

Theatre: Chamkoria

The Bulgarian Cultural Institute London and The Embassy of the Republic of Bulgaria London PRESENT: The star of Bulgarian cinema and theatre, the actor Zachary Baharov, in London in the theatrical production of “Chamkoria”, based on the novel of the same name by Milen Ruskov. “Chamkoria” had its premiere at Theatre 199 in Sofia on…

Julia Secklehner | 21/05/2018

Exhibition: 60 Years of the Association of Polish Artists in Great Britain

The exhibition ’60 Years of APA, the Association of Polish Artists in Great Britain’ showcases the art of its present members. APA holds two or three exhibitions a year in the POSK Gallery, which was originally incorporated in the design of POSK – the Polish Social and Cultural Association building as a gallery for Polish…

Julia Secklehner | 20/05/2018

Exhibition: Almost News| George Rosu

‘While in Germany for the opening of an exhibition, I was invited to speak about my country in front of a person who knew nothing about it. I found myself in a great dilemma: either PR for Romania, while looking a bit naive and idealistic or be very critic, and risk seeming a hater. Whilst…

Julia Secklehner | 18/05/2018

Hysteric Glamour: Book Launch

Czech artist duo Daniela and Linda Dostalkova present their new book Hysteric Glamour. Published by In Other Words and designed by OK-RM the book will be launched at the Offprint art publishing fair at Tate Modern. The two-act eco-drama proposes a postromantic, authentic way of knowing and caring for nature that requires a radical reconstruction…

Julia Secklehner | 18/05/2018

Sylva Fischerová at European Literature Night 2018

Join us for the annual European Literature Night – a chance to discover the best voices in translation – as we bring together a panel of inspiring writers from across the channel to read from their work, and discuss key artistic themes and the countries that shape them. This year, we consider questions of identity…

Julia Secklehner | 10/05/2018