Tag Archives: Eastern Europe

Before and After Schengen as part of Marchland Season

Inspired by Ignacio Evangelista’s photography sequence After Schengen; we have brought together three artists to create an interdisciplinary event exploring notions of the vanishing border. In front of a screening of his work, Ignacio will be talking about his fascination with Europe’s disused border posts. This talk will be interwoven with poems by Hungarian born poet George Szirtes; written in…

Nikos Baroutsakis and Fran & Flora; as part of Marchland Season

This double bill of music and conversation presents Nikos Baroutsakis and Fran & Flora, exploring the musical culture of the Balkans and Eastern Europe. For the first part of the evening, Nikos Baroutsakis will be reprising his Marchland matinee for us – a programme of work from Armenia, Turkey and the former Yugoslavia. The second half will be filled by…

Review: The Land of Roses

This month Bulgarian Art from the Collection of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs had been exhibited at the Europe House in London. In essence the exhibition was a display of Bulgarian artists over the last 50 years, nevertheless ‘The Land of Roses Exhibition’ presents more then just one lifetimes worth of work and therefore only partially conceptualizes what Bulgarian art has achieved over half a century.  Being that the…