Successful Exhibition “fragilités” Extended Until January 29

Don’t miss the last guided tour in English with a co-curator Elena Sorokina on January 12! 

The notion of fragility as a key concept that is coming to the fore, especially in recent years, is explored as a theme of an international group exhibition fragilités in approximately one hundred works by seventeen artists.

The curator duo Elena Sorokina and Silvia Van Espen present a selection, which includes artists and works that are being exhibited in the Czech Republic for the first time.

The exhibition fragilités has been extended by Galerie Rudolfinum until 29 January 2023. The last exhibition guided tour in English with a co-curator Elena Sorokina takes place on Thursday, January 12 from 6 pm. Admission to the exhibition and the additional program is free.

Participating artists: Francis Alÿs, Michael Armitage, Maria Bartuszová, Bianca Bondi, Louise Bourgeois, Geta Brătescu, Edith Dekyndt, Susanna Fritscher, William Kentridge, Kapwani Kiwanga, Dominik Lang, Luboš Plný, Anri Sala, Vivian Suter, Alina Szapocznikow, Barthélémy Toguo, Anna Zemánková

Fragility has emerged in recent years as a key concept through which to reimagine both human and ecological conditions.

The exhibition fragilités unfolds the concerns, visions, and sensibilities expressed by artists who have engaged deeply with fragility and reflected on its tensions, complexities and paradoxes.

The traditional meaning of fragility – weakness, powerlessness, passivity – is challenged, and claimed instead as a source of force and agency that encourages sustaining interdependencies.


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