ACAX cooperates with numerous partners to realize different international art projects. Firstly, we participate in those exhibitions, conferences, public events and other projects that will enable the strengthening of professional networks in accordance with ACAX’s vision and activities. Such networking is necessary for supporting the presence of the Hungarian contemporary art community on the various forums of the international art scene. Furthermore, we feel it is equally important to provide information to those foreign institutions and experts who would like to collaborate with Hungarian artists and curators. Sometimes just a little help or information is enough to forge the appropriate partnership, through which a successful collaboration may emerge.

Kriszta Nagy x-T

Till Now
exhibition

3 March 2007 – 18 April

WAX

vernissage: 2 March 2007. 19.00
                    x-Tereskova performance

curator: Barnabás Bencsik

Kriszta Nagy is one of the most well-known Hungarian contemporary artists. Apart of her provocative art projects, she uses the advantages of the mass-media for reaching out to bigger crowds. 
Although her works were exhibited at numerous exhibitions since her 1998 introduction, she hasn't been given yet the opportunity of a large-scale, summarizing exhibition. The current exhibition is a prospect for filling this gap.
The unique architectural facilities of the ex-factory building of the WAX offer a great location for the exhibition programs organised by ACAX | Agency for Contemporary Art Exchange.

Catalogue...

H3 / Belgrade

exhibitions

Date: November 2006

Venues: KCB - Kulturni centar BeogradaRemont galerijaGalerija SKCYUBIN International Culture Center

Exhibitions:
Home Museum (Remont Gallery), participating artists: Katarina Sevic - Gergely László, curator: Sasa Janjic
With or Without Me (SKC), participating artist: Miklós Erhardt, kurátor: Stevan Vukovic
Hungarian Plays (YUBIN), participating artists: Marcell Esterházy, Szabolcs Kisspál, András Ravasz, Andrea Schneemeier; curators: Mara Prohaska, Maida Gruden

Revolution is not a garden party

exhibition, talks, seminar

26 October – 26 November, 2006
Trafó Gallery
vernissage: 26 October 2006. 19.00

3 – 27 February, 2007 
Holden Gallery, Manchester

Participating artists: Michael Blum, Nick Crowe, Igor Grubić, Sanja Iveković, Little Warsaw, Gergely László – Péter Rákosi, Nils Norman, Adrian Paci

Curators: Maja and Reuben Fowkes

Art in Space

panel discussion

Date: 3 October 2006.  15.00

Venue: Art Forum Berlin Talks - Messe Berlin

Participating in the panel discussion: Nina Möntmann (Hamburg), Vanessa Joan Müller (Köln/Düsseldorf), Barbara Steiner (Leipzig), Sebastian Cichocki (Bytom)

Moderator: Franciska Zólyom (Budapest/Dunaújváros)

Generally Believed

exhibition

Date: 28 September – 25 October 2006.

Venue: former building of the Mongolian Embassy, Berlin

Vernissage: 27 September 2006.  20.00

Participating artists: Emese Benczúr, András Braun, Anna Fabricis, János Fodor, Gábor Gerhes, Tamás Komoróczky, Gergely László, Hajnal Németh, Katarina Šević, János Sugár, Pál Szacsva y, Attila Szűcs

Curator: Peter Lang

Urban Contact Zone

exhibition, residency, conference

Date: May – August 2006.

Venues: DeichtorhallenFRISE AbbildungszentrumWestwerk, Hamburger Gastatelier

High-Angled Lowlands

exhibition

Date: 11 March – 23 April 2006

Venue: Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, Berlin

Vernissage: 10 March 2006

Participating artists: Emese Benczúr, Marcell Esterházy, Pál Gerber, Gergely László – Péter Rákosi, Anikó Loránt

Curated by: Barnabás Bencsik, Lívia Páldi