Promotion of the three-year program catalogue NMG@PRAKTIKA 2013 – 2015 will be held in the gallery Praktika, Dom mladih in Split.
The collective art exhibition in Rijeka's Mali salon derives from an exchange of critical views and thoughts about incipient contemporary emergencies.
INTANGIBLE – Institutions need to be constructed is an artistic event organized by BADco., Croatian Designers Association and the Upgrade! platform.
Zagreb's Museum of Contemporary Art presents the works of Tadej Pogačar and the P.A.R.A.S.I.T.E. Museum of Contemporary Arts.
Displacement caused by war and civil unrest needs to be addressed urgently and thoughtfully, says AIA President Elizabeth Chu Richter.
A survey conducted by the European Federation of Journalists revealed disparities in conditions freelancers face and in the levels of their social rights’ protection.
In his book The Bourgeois, Franco Moretti offers an analysis of the development of the novel, positing it as the literary genre inseparable from the rise of the bourgeoisie.
Neli Ružić concentrates her entire body of work around issues of overlapping personal and collective, remembering and forgetting, in the context of migration and transition id/entities.
The exhibition titled Tomato Tourists is the result of cooperation between SIZ Gallery in Rijeka and the Podroom Gallery of the Cultural Centre of Belgrade.
A Retrospective by Appointment is an offbeat overview of David Maljković’s past work.
Traveling exhibition Vis and the Anatomy of Islands, the result of a years-long program of symposiums and workshops, opened in Paris.
Mirta is an institution for adult education, whose work involves peace, democracy, civic self-organizing, volunteer and youth education.
The Return of the Same by Igor Eškinja is an atmospheric and abstract video installation, showing the sporadic shifts of space from darkness to visibility.
Vuk Ćosić is giving a lecture entitled The Collapse of the Context 2.0 in Zagreb’s Multimedia Institute.
The Chronotope of Croatian Performance Art is the first comprehensive overview of Croatian performance art in the period from the 1920s to the 2010 death of Tomislav Gotovac.
Rad portala Kulturpunkt.hr podržavaju: Ministarstvo kulture i medija Republike Hrvatske; Grad Zagreb; Hrvatski audiovizualni centar;Fond za poticanje pluralizma i raznovrsnosti elektroničkih medija (AEM); Europska unija