February 2008, edited by apollonia, european art exchanges. 40 pages, English / French Texts: Franck Balland, Aurélien Bayon, Maryse Bernardy-Maret, Sylvie Charleroy, Helen Hirsch, Geir Tore Holm, Dimitri Konstantinidis, Julie Portier, Mélanie Propeck The publication is a part of the project “Triste Arctique. One critic, one artist, one artwork” which has taken place in Strasbourg […]
residence / workshops / exhibition / publication 29 October – 14 December 2007 Apollonia venue, Strasbourg Art critic: Helen Hirsch Artist: Geir Tore Holm Residence: Triste Arctique Apollonia entrusted the Triste Arctique project to the art critic Helen Hirsch, who has chosen to present the cultural and artistic world of the Sami people whose territory […]
Dialogues – Bosnia-Herzegovina February 2008, edited by apollonia, european art exchanges. 80 pages, French / English Texts: Dimitri Konstantinidis, Ivana Udovicic, Sarita Vujkovic This catalogue is the follow up of the project “Relations. Dialogues – Bosnia-Herzegovina” that has taken place in Hégenheim (Alsace) in October – November 2008.
Dialogues: Bosnia-Herzegovina Residence: Relations Artists: Mladen Miljanovic et Damir Niksic Art critics: Ivana Udovicic et Sarita Vujkovic During 10 days FABRIKculture, located in a former textile mill at Hegenheim (Alsace, France), will present two artists from Bosnia-Herzegovina who were chosen by apollonia during a research trips in Sarajevo and Banja Luka. Their two projects are […]
Residence 11 October 2007 – 20 October 2007 FABRIKculture60, rue de Bâle, 68220 Hégenheim (France) Residence – Relations Dialogues : Bosnie – Herzégovine Artists: Mladen Miljanovic and Damir NiksicArt critics: Ivana Udovicic and Sarita Vujkovic For 10 days in a former spinning mill converted into an exhibition space, the FABRIKculture in Hégenheim (Alsace) welcomes two […]
10 October – 30 December 2007 When artists think out loud… The Creative Dialogue? project is an invitaion to European artists and art critics to an open dialogue among themselves but above all with the public in three gatherings. All of them are strongly committed to the flowering of society declined in the plural. They […]