Secondary Archive join Manifesta 14 Prishtina 2022

Secondary Archive join Manifesta 14 Prishtina 2022

Secondary Archive join Manifesta 14 Prishtina 2022!
We are happy to announce that this unique project initiated by Katarzyna Kozyra Foundation is on the programme of Manifesta Biennial that this year will take place in Pristina, Kosovo. The 100-day programme will be spread across the city in different venues including the former industrial site of the Brick Factory and the Grand Hotel or an iconic hotel built during the Yugoslav period. is an online platform that showcases voices and profiles of three generations of women artists from Central and Eastern Europe. During the last two years the archive has gathered hundreds of artistic statements from women from the region both internationally recognised and those who remain unknown. With the help of Manifesta 14, we want to go beyond the current condition of the archive which is tied to its virtuality, and present the archive in a narrative environment.
Manifesta 14 Prishtina is set to open July 22. More information about the Secondary Archive exhibition will be revealed gradually as the opening of the biennale approaches.

Secondary Archive project at Manifesta 14 Prishtina is organised by: Katarzyna Kozyra Foundation (Poland) along with international partners: Tirana Art Lab (Albania), Ambasada Kultury (Belarus), MeetFactory (Czech Republic), Easttopics (Hungary), Oral History Kosovo(Kosovo), CZKD (Serbia), BJÖRNSONOVA (Slovakia), Галерея Артсвіт (Ukraine).
Secondary Archive is supported by the International Visegrad Fund

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