Sunday Rest exhibition introduces the Hard-boiled School of Slovak graphic art

The current exhibition of one generation of Slovak graphic artists offers a special event for English-speaking art lovers.

Hard-boiled School (of Slovak graphic art) in SNG Bratislava. Hard-boiled School (of Slovak graphic art) in SNG Bratislava. (Source: TASR)

On September 3, an irregular guided tour of the exhibition, called Sunday Rest, will take place at 16:00, on the third floor of the Esterházy Palace of the Slovak National Gallery (SNG) in Bratislava.

Meant specifically for foreigners or those who would like to listen to insights into Slovak visual art and artists in English, this event explores the exhibition called Hard-Boiled School and subtitled “Contemporary Graphic Art Confronting History, which introduces a generation of influential graphic artists who created works with an exceptionally strong visual point of view.

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“The lecture will be focused on the individual approaches of the artists but also on the common features of the so-called “rough style”, the SNG informs. Admission for this lecture, as well as more generally for the SNG exhibitions in Bratislava, is free.

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