Too Soon Too Late, May 26–27, 2018, Brussels

Too Soon Too Late, May 26–27, 2018, Brussels

As part of the project, we are exhibiting works which are not obvious, distinctive, and embarrassing. Truly independent.
published April 6 2018
Too Soon Too Late – a performative exhibition created by artists from Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, and Slovakia explores the cultural and political legacy of the interwar era. The artistic intervention performed on May 26–27, 2018 in the Bozar Centre for Fine Arts belongs to the 1918 European Dreams of Modernity. 100 Years On program

 

As part of the project, we are exhibiting works which are not obvious, distinctive, and embarrassing. Truly independent. Artistic independence is not only the freedom of creators from external limitations, it is also freedom from our own limitations, or at least endeavouring and aspiring towards it. Perhaps this is the point where different European memories of 1918 meet – the year that made the Old Continent aware of its limitations and at the same time a year of regaining independence. The related challenges are for sure, not a thing of the past.

Publication about Polish artists

 

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