David Hanvald – KEEPING ABOVE WATER!

21.06.2022 - 04.09.2022

David Hanvald, a painter and a patriot of the Czech town of Liberec is one of the key figures of the middle generation of Czech art. He specializes in re-interpretations of various construction templates and artwork of Modernist visual art movements, in both 2D and 3D. He also plays with classical wooden building blocks for children, transforms philosophical-aesthetic maxims, visualizes semantic notions and plays a gestural theater of text images. Hanvald’s distinctive colors, which work on a controlled accident strategy, support his painting, which is always based on a well thought out abstract” concept. His transformed and variously mixed modernist aesthetics steeped in equally postmodernist principles of deconstruction and construction and conceptual techniques, play a key role. He designs every exhibition for a specific space and this is also the case of the above the water” Danubiana. The combination of physical characteristics of the space and its mental dispositions given by the uniqueness of the venue and the windows on the Danube waters have guided the artist and curator to a relatively radical exhibition gesture, which is his quintessential artistic approach.

Curator: Martin Dostál

Venue: Danubiana, Čunovo, Slovakia
Date: from 21.06.2022 – 04.09.2022
Opening hours: 10:00 – 18:00
Admission:
Adults – 10 €
Family (2 adults and 2 students) – 20 €
Pensioners (over 62 years old) – 5 €
Students – 5 €
Children (under 6 years old) – Free
Danubiana Club Members – Free
Disabled persons, persons over 75 years of age – Free

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Venue

Danubiana, Čunovo, Slovensko

Price

10 € EUR

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