A photographic exhibition presenting the designs for and actual exemplars of a series of birdhouses and feeders constructed on the basis of pensioners’ memories of the country and town houses where they once lived.
DEPO 20121, Pilsen, Czech Republic
DOX Center for Contemporary Art, Prague, Czech Republic
Curator: Otto M. Urban
Czech centrum in Munich, Germany
Online discussion with Martin Hák (Český Krumlov), Prof. Dr. Harald Pechlaner, Georg Steiner (Linz Tourismus) and Kateřina Šedá.
The Brno artist Kateřina Šedá will present Herzlich Willkommen, a project she has been working for the last two years, as a special guest of the Pilsen Design Week, which is devoted to the theme “How to live in a nutshell.”
DEPO2015, Plzeň, Czech Republic
Scala Cinema, Brno
Austrian Cultural Forum in Prague, Czech Republic
Magnus Art Gallery, Prague
An installation of unique dolls by Liběna Rochová from a series of auctions for the UNICEF Children’s Fund in 2010–2020 which renowned artists and designers used to tell their stories in the shop windows of the Czech Design Arcade.
Czech Design Arcade, Prague
Czech centre in Munich, Germany
Kateřina Šedá’s Master Class is part of the GROUP THERAPY exhibition and will take place during her residency at Schaubmar’s Mill in Pezinok, Slovakia
Schaubmarov Mill is part of the Slovak National Gallery.
Brno, Czech Republic
8SMIČKA, Humpolec, Czech Republic
Exhibition conception for the Tanec Praha [Prague Dance] Festival
Troja Castle, Gallery of the City of Prague, Czech Republic
Pflege-und Betreuungszentrum Hainfeld Regionalsprecherin Zentralraum, Hainfeld, Austria
The project was the winner of a public competition announced in 2018 by the organization “Kunst im öffentlichen Raum” in Austria. The subject of the competition was to create a work of art for the gardens of the Hainfeld Care and Assistance Center in Lower Austria that would mobilize the senior citizens and their families while also helping the center’s residents to identify more with the place.
Kunst(Zeug)Haus, Rapperswil-Jona, Schwitzerland
Curator: Magdalena Deverová
Gallery of Modern Art Roudnice nad Labem, Czech republic
Vaska Emanouilova Gallery (City Art Gallery) Sofia, Bulgaria
White Box, Zeppelin University, Lake Constance, Germany
An exhibition project with Agnes Denes (USA), Arava Institute (ISR), Orkhan Huseynov (AZE), Michael Pawlyn/Exploration Architecture (GB), Oliver Ressler (A), Levi van Veluw (NL) & Pinar Yoldas (T/USA)
Environment: Kateřina Šedá (CZ)
Brno, Czech republic
Kancelář architektury města Karlovy Vary
Kateřina Šedá in conversation with Charles Quick, Professor Public Art Practice, UCLAN + Co- Curator In Certain Places + Chair of Arts and Place Consortium
Focus: For Every Dog A Different Master
DANCING MUSEUMS – The democracy of beings is an action research project (2018 – 2021) designed to support and build long-term collaboration between dance organizations, museums, universities and local communities, and to develop inspiring and long-lasting artistic and cultural programs that people in these communities are interested in getting involved in.
Goethe institut Germany in Tallin, Estonia
Kunsthalle Mainz, Germany
Czech centrum in Wien, Austria
Times Museum, China
Gallery of Fine Arts in Ostrava, Czech republic
Somerset House, London
DOES TOURISM KILL THE CITY?
How you can plan a sustainable presence of the tourist phenomenon in the historic cities of Europe and Latin America.
Kateřina ŠEDÁ, Brno-Líšeň, Czech Republic, Josep Maria BOTEY, Barcelona, Spain, Paulo ORMINDO DAVID DE AZEVEDO, Salvador de Bahia, Brasil, Handel GUAYASAMÍN, Quito, Ecuador, Andrés GRIBNICOW, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Rinio BRUTTOMESSO, Venice, Italy
In this context, the Architecture Biennial of Buenos Aires, in this XVII edition, will put a space for conferences and opinion, on some paradigmatic cases of this phenomenon, those of Barcelona, Venice and Český Krumlov (Czech Republic, World Heritage Site of the Unesco), in Europe. and Salvador de Bahía, Quito and Buenos Aires, in Latin America.
Whitechapel Gallery, London, UK
Konsthallen MEKEN in Smedjebacken, Švédsko
Egon Schiele Art Centrum, Český Krumlov, Czech republic
National Gallery in Prague, Salm Palace, Czech republic
The exhibition os Sammlung Hoffman Berlin is presented by the National gallery Prague in cooperation with Staatlichen Kunstsammlungen Dresden.
Amramovic, Basquiat, Haring, Chapmans, Stella, Warhol, Kintera, Kolíbal, Skála, Šedá, Šimotová, Švankmajer a další.
MOCAD / Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, USA
Nová Cvernovka, Račianska 88, Bratislava, Slovakia
4 + 4 DAYS IN MOTION, Desfours Palace
What is artistic research and why does it exist? What forms does artistic research take on abroad and here, in the Czech Republic? Is artistic research a fully-fledged scientific discipline, or is it just a currently popular short-term trend? ArteActa’s editors and members of the magazine’s editorial board, together with other experts in the field, will try to answer all of these questions.
TRAM / Train Gallery and Cultural Center
Mori Art Museum, Japan
Göteborgs Konsthall in Sweden
Stedelijk Museum Schiedam, the Netherlands
Luna Cinema in Český Krumlov
Vestjyllands Kunstpavillon, Videbæk, Denmark
Galleria Michela Rizzo, Benátky, Itálie
The Swissnex Gallery, San Francisco, USA
Galerie Uffo, Trutnov, Czech Republic
NoD Experimental Space, Dlouhá 33, Prague
The Linhart Foundation and NoD Gallery in cooperation with Artedu.cz have prepared another titbit. This time you can enjoy a “Little Indian” pastry with Vladimír Kokolia and Kateřina Šedá. What is it going to be about?
Kateřina Šedá studied with Kokolia for six years. He claims he has never taught her. Katka’s diaries from that period reflect the dilemma well-known to young artists: not let oneself be influenced – and not to miss any influence. A teacher and a student, two artists of international renown, two friends will get together and talk about what they believe in, what they do for it, and whether or not it is only their own concern. And why did each of them elaborate their own “Dictionaries”, issued as a joint publication just now by the AVU Publishing House. Moderated by Tereza Jindrová.
Vögele Kultur Zentrum in Pfäffikon, Switzerland
Karlín Barracks, Prague
AM I THE ONE THAT I WOULD LIKE TO BE?
Debate of Adam Gebrian with Kateřina Šedá, Krištof Kintera and Petr Babák
The Jury Statement
Kateřina Šedá is one of the most interesting contemporary artists. Her projects have an outreach in the public space, and first and foremost directly influence the public life. The purpose of architecture is to provide a space framework for the most varied manifestations of life. Analogically, the purpose of public space is to enable the most varied manifestations of public life.
Josef Pleskot, one of the jury members, says: What Kateřina Šedá does is not architecture. Kateřina is concerned with human relationships, and this is where architecture grows up from. This is an extremely important activity, and architects should know about it. The jury have decided to use the freedom granted by the generous rules of the competition, and to award for the first time in history, regardless the title “Architect of the Year”, the prize to someone who did not graduate from a school of architecture. It is because they hold the work of Kateřina Šedá in high esteem and they hope that this award will contribute to spread the information about her activities.
5th Odessa Biennale of Contemporary Art, Ukraine
In her lecture, the artist will introduce her key projects and show the forms and limitations of achieving the local population’s participation in community life of a given site through artistic action.
Geographic Institute of the Faculty of Science, Masaryk University
Kotlářská 2, Brno
Enjoy this year’s busking at the Marathon of Music in the original concept of Kateřina Šedá. She has prepared the first no-street festival. Do you want to know what these performances are about? On August 11 and 12 you will get a unique opportunity. You may see and hear a number of outstanding musicians performing at unexpected places in the centre of Brno, without being in direct contact with the streets. Busking will take place on balconies, in cars, at the swimming pool U Stopaře, and even when crossing the street.
Kunsthalle Mainz, Germany
The final stage – on June 3, 2017! Czech artist Kateřina Šedá works on the project in Slavutych, which involves as many inhabitants as possible applying for a visa, so that the city may get to the Guinness Book of Records. Moreover, one citizen will be selected from each hundred applications, and he or she will receive an official invitation from the Czech Republic including the covering of all costs of travel and accommodation. It will happen as follows: All the citizens of Slavutych will receive an official invitation from Kateřina Šedá to take part in a common cultural event in the Czech Republic. Then they will fill in the visa applications, and officially submit them, with the attached photographs, on June 3, 2017, on the Slavutych City Day. The event will constitute one of the highlights of the celebrations that have a long tradition in the city. The record will then get the Book of Records readers and fans from all over the world to know about Slavutych city. Slavutych may become a place that will inspire other cities around the world. A city that proves how necessary it is to do something together.