Kata Krasznahorkai represented C&C at the conference “Censored & persecuted: Culture under pressure”, a joint event organised by the Evangelische Akademie (Evangelical Academy) Tutzing and the Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung (Federal Agency for Civic Education). The chairwoman of the association spoke on the topic “The Art of Resistance” | Evangelische Akademie Tutzing | 6-8 September, 2019
ARTIST TALK & DISCUSSION
Artist talk and public discussion “If you are manipulated, manipulate back! Strategies of Contemporary Artists from Hungary“, organised by the Chimera-Project and the Kunstverein KunstHaus Potsdam | Moderated by Kata Krasznahorkai | 16 Dec, 2018
COOPERATION & WORKSHOP
Critique&Culture proudly announces its participation in the Seminar “Doing participation!” hosted by La Red – Vernetzung und Integration e.V.
Critique&Culture supports with its ideas and reflections the realization of the workshops „Coalition Building – Partizipation und Demokratie in Europa (Demokratie praktisch machen)“ | 21-22 Nov 2018
Kati Simon and Zsolt Vásárhelyi represented C&C and participated at the “Art Power: Land, Labour in Moments of Crisis” cross disciplinary conference, organised by Dr. Izabel Galliera, at McDaniel College, Westminster, MD, USA | 4 Oct 2018
Critique&Culture is proud to announce presenting the exhibition Taking Time, curated by Kati Simon and Zsolt Vásárhelyi, in Rice Gallery at McDaniel College in Westminster, Maryland, USA
October 4th – November 2nd, 2018
opening reception on Thursday, October 4th starting at 5:30pm
The exhibition will participate in the program of a 2-day conference on art and justice, a satellite event of Creative Time Summit 2018. The conference has been organised by Izabel Galliera, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Modern and Contemporary Art History and Theory, Curator, Rice Gallery, Department of Art and Art History, McDaniel College.
Critique&Culture is proud to announce its cooperation with the planned HERA international project “Plea for Access:urban Public Space in the Age of Securitization in Europe” hosted by the Herder Institute for Historical Research on East Central Europe.
Participating in a workshop and an online exhibition, represented by Kata Krasznahorkai, as an associated partner, Critique&Culture supports with its ideas and reflections the realization of the research project 2019-2022.
GREY ROOM | Unsichtbare Communities – Stadt, Migration und Digitalisierung am Beispiel der ungarischen Migration in Berlin++++25 Feb 2018++++Club der Polnischen Versager
GREY ROOM | Alexander Manuiloff : The State++++23-24 Feb 2018++++Ballhaus Ost
GREY ROOM | Das ist kein Film – Kritik der Zensur | Filmreihe++++29 Jan 2018 | Kino Krokodil++++5 Feb 2018 | KINO Brotfabrik++++13 Feb 2018 | Z-bar Z-inema
GREY ROOM | “Don’t save your skin, get it off your back!” – potentials of artistic intervention in the public space++++27 Jan 2018++++Archive Kabinett
GREY ROOM | O.K. (Offenes Kunstlabor) / Open Art Lab – from 15 Nov 2017 running until 24 Jan 2018 | Wednesdays 2-4pm
Am 16.12.17 findet in der Ausstellung Taking Time das interdisziplinäre Forschungstutorium und Seminar der Humboldt-Universität: „Demokratie auf Abwegen? – Ein Blick nach Ungarn“ in Zusammenarbeit mit den Ausstellungskurator_innen statt. | 16. Dezember 2017, 10–14 Uhr
Im Anschluss ab 16.00 Uhr Kuratorenführung und Finissage | 16. Dez. 2017, 14–22 Uhr
GREY ROOM | Christiania, the Fiat Factory and the Schulfarm Insel Scharfenberg – three remarkable democratic attempts of self-government, communication and education. The exhibition TAKING TIME at the Zönotéka gives you the chance to prepare for democratic strategies for the future – open until 16 Dec 2017 | Opening hours : Thursday-Friday 3-7pm, Saturday 2-6pm and by appointment
Critique&Culture proudly participated on the OFF-Biennale Budapest | Sept – Oct 2017
Kati Simon represented C&C and participated in the discussion “Offenes Berlin: Ungarische Berlinerinnen und Berliner – Diskussionsrunde über die aktuelle Migration nach Berlin”, organised by Minor Berlin | 20 Sept 2017
Kata Krasznahorkai represented C&C at the event “Political Activism in Emigration” of the Freie Ungarische Botschaft | 13 July 2017
Critique&Culture curated and organised private screenings of the film by Szabolcs Hajdu “It’s Not The Time of My Life” | May – June 2017
TRANS #FORMERS workshop, 2017
Enikö Márton and Critique&Culture collaborated with Zönotéka for organising and realising the workshop TRANS #FORMERS in the framework of the project “Labor Perspektiven” at Zönotéka | 10-16 April 2017