Šedá’s book is a mosaic of images and scenes, which leads to a quick rejection of the whole work as a racist pamphlet.
I followed the ONR march facing a barrier of howls.
By putting up an image of a huge cockroach, the Džuvle collective made the billboard reflect the reality of the housing shortage in Brno.
Feminist art for me is to speak to white males in a position of equality but also to appropriate universal terms like power or justice, that they think only belong to them.
The scene turned out to be like a hot pan brimming with a fried post-political mix: sermons, threats, singing bards, odd costumes, seasoned with sucker punches, flares, and finished with a stink bomb.
Women are representing Poland at the Venice Biennale this year.
Set in Bratislava, a new Slovak film focuses on the rape committed of seventeen-year old Lena by her mathematics teacher.