• Culture, Invitation

    Maja and Reuben Fowkes / Green Dreams and Red Realities on the Blue Planet

    Ecological Perspectives in East European Art Lecture 16 February 2016, 5 pm, Berlinka, Slovak National Gallery Square Ľudovíta Štúra 4, 81102 Bratislava A collaboration project between tranzit.sk and Studio IN (Department of Intermedia and Multimedia, Academy of Fine Arts and Design, Bratislava) in the context of the Open Studio program. The first images of Earth […]more
  • Culture, Invitation

    urban_roma @ tranzit.ro/ Bucharest

    “urban_roma” is a collection of more than 300 family photographs, selected by feminist Crina Marina Morteanu from the personal archives of her family and friends, mostly in Bucharest’s 5th district. The photographs show Roma people from the urban environment, in their familiar setting and through different moments of their lives, throughout a few generations, from […]more
  • Culture

    Artists in Residence, February 2016: Iulia Toma & Claudiu Cobilanschi

    Iulia Toma and Claudiu Cobilanschi from Romania are the Artists in Residence at the quartier21 / MuseumsQuartier in Vienna for the month of February 2016: “The principal inspiration behind this residency research is the availability of two different collections – of natural science and of contemporary art respectively, that don’t have a real counterpart in […]more
  • Culture

    Srebrenica Today on Tour

    We are happy to announce that our SREBRENICA TODAY exhibition is part of the official programme of the Austrian Embassy Sarajevo during the Cultural Year Austria – Bosnia and Herzegovina 2016. The exhibition will travel to 12 cities around the country, the first stop being at the Historical Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina, from 11 […]more
  • Culture, Open Calls

    PATTERNS Lectures 2016/2017 – Open Call

    We have launched a new call for PATTERNS Lectures to develop university courses in the fields of artistic research, art history, cultural theory and cultural studies. The fourth edition of the programme focuses on new artistic and activist practices, new social movements and their significance for the recent cultural history in Central and South Eastern […]more
  • Culture, Events

    Parallax Views. Repositioning the East (2)

    It has been a good 25 years since “West” and “East” experienced a decisive shift in real political terms. And it has been nearly as long since the still-ongoing process of overcoming the narrow and restrictive notional corset of “art from the former Eastern Bloc” got underway. Articulating oneself in a more freely chosen, expanded […]more
  • Culture


    The Austrian Cultural Forum New York is pleased to present ‘Normalities’, a show starring artists from the Western Balkan region (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, and Serbia), Croatia, as well as from Austria and the United States. Artists include Flaka Haliti, Armando Lulaj, Damir Očko, and Irena Lagator Pejović, whose works were featured […]more
  • Culture

    Visualizing the Nation: Post-Socialist ImagiNations. A conference on nationalism in Budapest

    Last weekend in Budapest an exhibition closed that was very much appreciated by media and public alike. IMAGINED COMMUNITIES, PERSONAL IMAGINATIONS was the last show of the international „Private Nationalism Project“ and united contemporary artists who deal with the topic of nationalism. The right place for such an exhibition, one might say. And it spoke […]more
  • Culture, Open Calls

    Open Call: Paul Celan Fellowships for Translators 2016/17

    “Reality is not simply there, it does not simply exist: it must be sought out and won.” Paul Celan, Romanian poet and translator A new call for applications is open for the Paul Celan Fellowships for Translators, a programme of the Institute for Human Sciences (IWM) supported by ERSTE Foundation. The fellowship programme encourages the translations of canonical […]more