EUROpART
Contemporary Art from Europe

Dec. 26, 2005 – Jan. 31, 2006
Co-curator: Ursula Maria Probst

Artists: 
0100101110101101.org, Carla Åhlander, Carlos Aires, Ana Laura Aláez, Jesper Alvaer, Agostino Baldacchino, bankleer, Begoña-Muñoz, Marc Bijl, Richard Billingham, Erik Binder/Kunst-fu, Bitter/Weber, Inês Botelho, Tomo Brejc, Jiří Černický, Richard Crow, François Curlet, Hubert Czerepok, Jonas Dahlberg, Călin Dan, Oskar Dawicki, Simone Decker, Michelle Deignan, Plamen Dejanoff, Luka Dekleva/Martin Bricelj, Dora Economou, Chilo Eribenne, Esra Ersen, VALIE EXPORT, Maria Friberg, Miklos Gaál, Gints Gabrāns, Petra Gerschner, Kaspars Goba, Margarida Gouveia, Jens Haaning, Lise Harlev, Laura Horelli, Sanja Iveković, Ann Veronica Janssens, Ivan & Laura, Adrienn Kiss, Ki wa, 


Jakob Kolding, Martin Kollár, Juozas Laivys, Antal Lakner, Lia Lapithi, Guillaume Leblon, Little Warsaw, Maria Lusitano, Ursula Mayer, Trish Morrissey, Katrina Neiburga, Melik Ohanian, Paulina Ołowska/Joanna Zielinska, Tanja Ostojić, Markéta Othová, Massimo Palazzi, Maria Papadimitriou, Anu Pennanen, Sarah Pierce, Antoine Prum, Ella Raidel/Channel_A, Ene-Liis Semper, Maya Schweizer, Alma Skersyte, Laura Stasiulyte, Kamen Stoyanov, Herkki-Erich Merila/Arbo Tammiksaar, Christophe Terlinden, Salla Tykkä, Aleksandra Vajd/Hynek Alt, Vangelis Vlahos, Marijke van Warmerdam


EUROpART reflected the historical, social and political changes that have taken place within Europe and their resultant constructions of space in a mental, private or public respect. It brought into focus models of a progressive art 

practice which can be characterized as reverse statements on hegemonic structures and which emphasise the heterogeneity of social and cultural practices in Europe.


© Ursula Mayer

1 Carlos Aires
2 VALIE EXPORT
3 Tanja Ostojić
4 François Curlet
5 Kamen Stoyanov
6 Erik Binder/Kunst-fu