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Tomáš Vaněk

Tomáš Vaněk

area: Fine Arts

© Tomáš Vaněk

© Tomáš Vaněk

© Tomáš Vaněk

© Tomáš Vaněk

© Tomáš Vaněk

© Tomáš Vaněk

© Tomáš Vaněk

© Tomáš Vaněk

© Tomáš Vaněk

© Tomáš Vaněk

© Tomáš Vaněk

© Tomáš Vaněk

© Tomáš Vaněk

© Tomáš Vaněk

© Tomáš Vaněk

© Tomáš Vaněk

© Tomáš Vaněk

© Tomáš Vaněk

© Tomáš Vaněk

© Tomáš Vaněk

© Tomáš Vaněk

Key Facts

nationality

Czech Republic

area

Fine Arts

residence

Prague

recommending institution

tranzit.org/ERSTE Stiftung

time period

November 2003 - November 2003

* 25.7. 1966 in Pocatky, Czech  Republic

1990 – 1997 Academy of Fine Arts in Prague

Exhibitions (selection):

Solo Exhibitions: 2002 – Skoda is not Lada, gallery Display in Prague
2001 – Participe no. 15, the Library of the Museum of decorative arts in 
Prague
Group Exhibitions: 2003 – Czechoslovaky, National museum in Bratislava
2002 – Fair, project of PAS, Royal college in London, UK
From Prague, Strasburg, France
Art dance la ville, St. Etienne, France
2001 – Finale of Award of J. Chalupecky, Trade fare palace in Prague

Award : Prize of J. Chalupecky for year 2001

2002 Residency at Headlands Center for the Arts in San Francisco, California

Projectinfo

Project Proposal

I would like to make contact with the contemporary Vienna art scene and find out what hapens. Also try to transfer my project Participe no. 15,  to the city library in Vienna.
Participe no.15 is described in my catalogue on the page no. 24.

Instant Fusion

Opening: Wednesday, November 26th 2003 from 6 PM to 10 PM
Duration: the exhibition will be open only during the opening day
Place: Museums Quartier Wien - artist studios at MQ Ovaltrakt, Museumsplatz 1/5, A - 1070 Vienna, Austria
Detailed info about the project: +436507510054


Project description:
Instant Fusion is common author project of Tomáš Vaněk (CZ) and Juraj Čarný (SK), particularly designed for space of Vienna’s Museums Quartier. During their monthly residential stay in qurtier21/MQ artist Tomas Vaněk and curator/galerists Juraj Čarný has decided to use minimalist loft studio for founding of Vienna´s brand of Gallery Priestor held in Bratislava and realize in its space one day lasting exhibition project. Project Instant Fusion is based on opening of private space, assigned to be a space for short time usage, and on intervention to the renowned context of MQ.

A goal of Instant Fusion project is to initiate closer cooperation between institutions and artists from Austria, Czech Republic and Slovakia.

Project of „post-conceptual sprayer“ Tomáš Vaněk will present his latest artworks, realized directly for space of Juraj Čarný´s residential studio.


Tomas Vaněk (1966) was nominated on stay “q21-artist in residence” by civic association Tranzit, Juraj Čarný (1974) by Austrian section of AICA.

Documentation

quartier21 Artist-in-Residence Program

Project  Tomáš Vaněk and Juraj Čarný
Instant Fusion

Opening: Wednesday, November 26th 2003 from 6 PM to 10 PM
Duration: the exhibition will be open only during the opening day
Place: Museums Quartier Wien - artist studios at MQ Ovaltrakt, Museumsplatz 1/5, A - 1070 Vienna, Austria
Detailed info about the project: +436507510054


Project description:
Instant Fusion is common author project of Tomáš Vaněk (CZ) and Juraj Čarný (SK), particularly designed for space of Vienna’s Museums Quartier. During their monthly residential stay in qurtier21/MQ artist Tomas Vaněk and curator/galerists Juraj Čarný has decided to use minimalist loft studio for founding of Vienna´s brand of Gallery Priestor held in Bratislava and realize in its space one day lasting exhibition project. Project Instant Fusion is based on opening of private space, assigned to be a space for short time usage, and on intervention to the renowned context of MQ. A goal of Instant Fusion project is to initiate closer cooperation between institutions and artists from Austria, Czech Republic and Slovakia.
Project of „post-conceptual sprayer“ Tomáš Vaněk will present his latest artworks, realized directly for space of Juraj Čarný´s residential studio.


Tomas Vaněk (1966) was nominated on stay “q21-artist in residence” by civic association Tranzit, Juraj Čarný (1974) by Austrian section of AICA.

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