Juraj Gábor: Right Now

The Sight Pyramid, a monumental wooden object by artist Juraj Gábor, has been created on a hill above Súľov, Slovak Republic, while its intellectual background is simultaneously assembled in the Plusmínusnula gallery: composed still life, visual material unused at the Súľov construction, pictures by mechanical pencils on a pantograph board where the object design has been made as an analogy to a single and yet changing view of the country.

The exhibition opens on Sunday, 6 December 2015 at 6 p.m. and lasts until ± 8 January 2016, at the Gallery ± 0,0 Hurbanova 11, 010 01 Žilina, Slovak Republic.

For more photos and details about the exhibition, have a look here.

Juraj Gábor (1985) is a visual artist, graduate of VŠVU in Bratislava, the winner of Igor Kalný Prize 2012 awarded by Regional Gallery of Fine Arts in Zlín. The object entitled The Sight Pyramid was a part of his solo exhibition Dívka před domem in the same gallery in autumn 2014.

Photo by: Richard Kohler