The Bratislava BAK Summer School: Art in a Time of Interregnum

is a  collaborative and intensive learning week in Bratislava from 18‑21 September 2018, organized in partnership with BAK (basis voor actuele kunst) in Utrecht, Open Studio/Studio IN – Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava, APART Collective in Bratislava, and initiated by Kristína Országhová.

Работай Больше! Отдыхай Больше! 2018

invites you to join a week of events from 25 June to 1 July where we will navigate along the axes of several "parameters": extensions, national academy of sciences as witch, High-Tech Park, pharmachoreography, places of transparency, political dancefloor, protocols of self-organisation, sanatorium, self-destructing structures, speculative synthesis, terror of relationship, tongue and teeth of creativity, etc.


ed. by APART collective
ALCN #019
Published by Apart & Krokus Galéria 2018


curated by Apart collective
Krokus Gallery, Bratislava

15 Feb - 29 Mar 2018

Continuously growing horizontal underground stems: Geopoetics in times of anthropocene

APART collective with Matej Gavula, Chaosdroid, Lukáš Likavčan
Plusminusnula gallery, Žilina
15 Dec 2017

Jonáš Gruska – Live

10 Dec 2017 8pm
Apart studio
Račianska 71, Bratislava

Martin Kohout – SLIDES

9 Dec 2017 6pm
Apart studio
Račianska 71, Bratislava

Reading of xenofeminist manifesto

with Kristína Országhová, Ivar Smaho
including screenings of works by Diann Bauer and Patricia Reed
12. Nov 2017 - 18:00
Apart office

What can we do?

conference about art education
organized by Studio Without Master
6.11. 2017
10:00 - 19:00
Moderní Galerie AVU

Apart collective – A part of Monolith

20. 9. – 22. 10. 2017
vernisáž / opening 20. 9. 18:00
Karlin Studios, Prague

Ján Ballx – x

photos: Eva Benková, Peter Sit
design: Magda Schery
published by APART Label
ALCN #018

Ján Ballx – A U T O G E N *

3. August, 18:00
Welding Research Institute

Babi Badalov​ – Electronic Dadaist Poetry

text by Kristina Orszaghova​
design David Kalata​
edition: 202
published by APART LABEL
ALCN #017

Babi Badalov – Electronic Dadaist Poetry

curated by APART
Exhibition opening / performance
16th June 7 pm @ HIT Gallery
The exhibition continues until July 7th 2017

Drawing a Line through Landscape (Part 2: On the Road)

Nikhil Chopra and his performance for documenta 14 will take place in Bratislava as a part of his journey from Athens to Kassel. Project commissioned by documenta 14.

APART – Possibility of Preserving

by APART spolu / with Parallel Practice, PLURAL, Kristína Országhová, Karaoke Tundra, András Cséfalvay, Aleš Čermák, Josef Dabernig, Nicoline van Harskamp, Marianna Simnett, Lucia Gavulová

Otvorenie / Opening

30/3. 2017 od 18:00 do 20:00 hod.

Trvanie / Through: 25/6 2017.

31/3 – 25/6 2017

Anton Vidokle and Arseny Zhilyaev – Art Without Death: Russian Cosmism

13th April 2017, 5pm, Kunsthalle Bratislava, lecture and screening

Mehraneh Atashi – SAFE LANDING

curated by APART
Opening + Book launch
November 18, 2016 7pm
HIT Gallery, Bratislava
The exhibithion continues until December 6th 2016

Milan Adamčiak – Panphilia

curated by Daniel Grúň
guests: Matej Gavula, APART
opening 28 October 6 - 8 pm
duration until 16 December 2016

Lesson of relativity

21. 9. - 16.10. 2016 @ ZOYA Gallery, Bratislava, SK
Curated by Nina Gažovičová

Rocket Launch and Reflections on The School of Kyiv

Hedwig Saxenhuber, Josef Dabernig, Boris Ondreička
Lecture, screening, discussion

13.09.2016, 5:30 pm – 7:45 pm

Cinema Mladosť, Hviezdoslavovo námestie 171/17, 811 02 Bratislava
The event is organized by in collaboration with APART.


26.6. 2016 @ Red Gallery, London

Introducing art press publications from Magazine X, APART Label, Sputnik Editions, Banská St a nica , PORT No. 21 and music labels LOM and Proto Sites.

27th Brno Biennial 2016

27. international biennial of graphic design Brno 2016
16/6 – 30/10/2016

Zbigniew Liber – WALSER

15.6. 8 pm, cinema Mladosť, Bratislava

A Forming of Inevitable Blue

June 9, 7pm
Galéria HIT, Hviezdoslavovo námestie 18

presented artists: Mehraneh Atashi, Ján Gašparovič, Floris Kaayk, Martin Kohout, Zbigniew Libera, Tavi Meraud, Pavel Sterec