Curatorial guided tour in English – Trade Fair Palace

Katalin Erdődi & Aleksei Borisionok (c) Karolina Frank

NGP – Trade Fair Palace – Grand Hall

Length: 01 hours 30 minutes

EN Grand Hall Katalin Erdődi Aleksei Borisionok
Date Time
Saturday 06. 07. 2024 16:00
Wednesday 17. 07. 2024 16:00
Saturday 03. 08. 2024 16:00
Saturday 24. 08. 2024 16:00
Saturday 21. 09. 2024 11:00
Saturday 28. 09. 2024 16:00

There will be a guided tour of the Biennale Matter of Art 2024 exhibition at the National Gallery Prague in the Grand Hall of the Trade Fair Palace. The tour will be led by the curators and conducted in English. Further tours in both Czech and English will be taking place until the end of September. Free entrance.

6. 7. Aleksei Borisionok

17. 7. Katalin Erdődi

3. 8. Katalin Erdődi

24. 8. Aleksei Borisionok

21. 9. Aleksei Borisionok

28. 9. Aleksei Borisionok & Katalin Erdődi

Aleksei Borisionok (*1992, Belarus) is a curator, writer, and organizer who currently lives and works in Vienna. He is a member of the artistic-research group Problem Collective and the Work Hard! Play Hard! working group. He writes about art and politics for various magazines, catalogs, and online platforms such as e-flux Journal, L’Internationale Online, Partisan, Springerin, and Paletten, among many others. He is currently a fellow at the Vera List Center in New York.

Katalin Erdődi (*1980, Hungary) is a curator, dramaturg, and writer based in Vienna and Budapest. Her cross-disciplinary practice spans socially engaged art, experimental performance, and artistic interventions in rural and urban public spheres. As a curator, she has worked for steirischer herbst (Graz), brut (Vienna), and GfZK – Museum of Contemporary Art (Leipzig), among others, and she co-founded PLACCC Festival (Budapest), an international festival for site-specific performance and art in the public space. In 2020 Erdődi received the Igor Zabel Award Grant for her locally embedded and inclusive curatorial practice. She is currently a member of the working group SALT. CLAY. ROCK., a two-year artistic-curatorial research project at nGbK Berlin (2023–2024). She was recently appointed the new director of Trafó House of Contemporary Arts (Budapest) from 2025.