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Published on Oct 25, 2010
www.roham.hu Decadence Now 30.9.2010 - 2.1.2011 film by akos banki akosbanki.blogspot.com
kurátor: Otto M. Urban www.decadencenow.cz
Exhibitions presenting works of decadent art evoke enthusiastic reactions, just as they provoke public scandals. It turns out that even themes that would seem to be no longer topical and out-of-date, such as censorship, are once again being considered in the context of the new political correctness. This exhibition presents contemporary artists and their works in the fields of painting, sculpture, photography, and videos in five main areas, including Pop, extended by an independent installation, "Room No. 13," in the Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague, which indicates current trends in fashion or design.
Parts of the exhibition: Excess of the Self: Pain Excess of the Body: Sex Excess of the Beauty: Pop Excess of the Mind: Madness Excess of the Life: Death
Exhibited artists: Boaz Arad, Nobuyoshi Araki, Matthew Barney, David Bailey & Damien Hirst, Marc Bijl, Josef Bolf, Ondřej Brody, Jake a Dinos Chapman, Jiří Černický, David Černý, Wim Delvoye, Martin Gerboc, Gilbert & George, Steven Gregory, Keith Haring, Gottfried Helnwein, Damien Hirst, Václav Jirásek, Zsófia Keresztes, Jeff Koons, Jürgen Klauke, Nick Knight, Alexander Kosolapov, Robert Mapplethorpe, Alexander McQueen, David LaChapelle, Zbigniew Libera, Joachim Luetke, Robert Miller, Ikuko Miyazaki, Yasumasa Morimura, Niba, Shimon Okshteyn, Erwin Olaf, Catherine Opie, Jan van Oost, ORLAN, Pierre et Gilles, Ivan Pinkava, Genesis Breyer P-Orridge, Jamie Reid, Terry Rodgers, Comenius Roethlisberger, Tsang Kin-Wah, Anders Serrano, Cindy Sherman, Paolo Schmidlin, Andreas Sterzing, Géza Szöllősi, Mark Ther, Maciej Toporowicz, Joel-Peter Witkin, David Wojnarowicz, Zhang Peng
As a part of the Decadence Now! Visions of Excess exhibition there will be a broad range of accompanying programmes including films, theatrical performances, music festivals, concerts, lectures, discussions, and publications.