"Private Nationalism" at Ostrale 2014

Karol Radziszewski: Studie für eine(n) verwundete(n) Aufständische(n), 2010, Photo: Johannes Göbel

From 18th July 2014 through 28th September 2014,  the 8th edition of "Ostrale - Exhibition of contemporary arts" opens its gates to visitors from around the world. The Foundation of arts & music for Dresden promotes the international project 'Private Nationalism' at Ostrale 2014. Executive director Martina de Maizière explains: "The exhibition 'Private Nationalism', joining art works by 41 artists from 12 countries, has convinced the foundation board especially because it copes critically and through multiple lenses with the rise of nationalism in post-socialist countries. Thus, it conveys a decidedly international focus to the 2014 theme 'Around you' at Ostrale. The Foundation of arts and music for Dresden aims to to open up the cultural discourses in Dresden to the world. We believe that 'Private Nationalism' is setting an example of an artistically inspired intercultural dialogue at Ostrale 2014."

"Ostrale - Exhibition of contemporary arts" opens Tuesdays through Sundays from 11 am to 8 pm. Address: Messering 20, 01067 Dresden. For more information see www.ostrale.de.

Alban Muja: Mein Name ihre Stadt, 2013, Photo: Johannes Göbel Martin Plaček: Die größten Schanden der Slowakischen Geschichte seit 2007, Photo: Johannes Göbel Kassaboys: Kuntsuniformen, 2011, Photo: Johannes Göbel   Karol Radziszewski: Studie für eine(n) verwundete(n) Aufständische(n), 2010, Photo: Johannes Göbel Gökce Suvari: Der Höchste Kampfplatz, 2013-2014, Photo: Johannes Göbel

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