NEWS | 31. 3. 2016
On Tuesday, April 5 will be guests of the Deep Flows of the Running Sea conference experts from the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland and Hungary. The conference is organized by CEAD (Central European Art Database). The conference initiates a cycle of regular interdisciplinary meetings focusing on the research of the socio-cultural environment within the Visegrad Region countries in the second half of the twentieth century. This intention derives from a long-term research interest of the curators of the Olomouc Museum of Art, in terms of exhibitions, acquisitions, and research activities of the Olomouc Central European Forum and the recently launched Central European Art Database.
The Conference begins at 9.30 AM and ends at 9 PM. The program will open Peter Zajac (1946) - cultural historian, essayist, journalist, researcher in the Institute of Slovak Literature in Bratislava. „Will give a presentation entitled The Myth of Central Europe, which will be dedicated to understanding the transformations of Central Europe in the twentieth and twenty-first century,“ said Barbora Kundračíková, Coordinator of Project CEAD. The conference will close Zuzana Bartošová from the Institute of Art History in Bratislava. The renowned specialist will talk about strategies of Slovak conceptual artists around 1968.