SODA

SODA gallery

Alex Selmeci&Tomas Kocka Jusko

May 11 - July 4, 2021

first solo emerging artistic duo

SODA gallery

Art Fair

Frieze New York OVR

May 5-14, 2021

solo Lucia TALLOVA

New York

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SODA gallery PARIS location 

7-20, June, 2021
group exhibition

35 Rue Debelleyme, Paris, France

Current artfair

Lucia TALLOVÁ

Frieze New York 2021

Viewing Rooms

May 5 - 14,  2021

 

SODA gallery present Lucia TALLOVA for the first time and solo exhibition at Frieze New York.

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Prepating in 2021 solo exhibition

Katalin LADIK​

For Ladik, born in Novi Sad, Serbia, in 1942, is a poet (1). However, she finds paper—poetry’s traditional medium—too static, and replaces it with her (often naked) body: sensual, individual, and political. Her controversial poetic performances were accompanied by graphic scores—collages arranged in evocative images that she then interpreted in situ. Her vocal compositions were constructed around the material quality of sound. Stripping language of meaning, the artist broke it down to phonemes to expose the primeval, instinctive, and mechanical aspects of language. 

Katalin Ladik, Hairself, performance at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade, 1982

photo: Milomir Bošković.

Courtesy of the artist and acb Gallery, Budapest.

SODA Exhibition

Separation of trust

16.12.2020 - 30.1.2021

group exhibition

SODA gallery

Exhibition

Lucia Tallova Looking through

10. February -28. February 2021

solo exhibition

Pragovka gallery

SODA Online

Marek Kvetan

September 30 - October 3,0 2020
solo exhibition

SODA gallery

PAST

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Review

Frieze Masters London

Culture Whisper:
...We were also very taken by the cosmic-inspired works of Stano Filko at Soda Gallery. Frisk the entire section if possible; you won't regret it. 

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Review

The 6 Best Booths

at Frieze Masters

SODA gallery

Bratislava’s Soda Gallery presents a body of work by the legendary Slovakian artist, Stano Filko. Filko’s work reflected many of the major artistic trends of his age, and this booth demonstrates a fascination with space exploration. As well as substance, this booth has a monochromatic sensory appeal, which transcends material and media.  

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Review

Frieze Masters SODA gallery

SOLO BOOTH – Sezione SPOTLIGHT: Henrique Faria con Mirtha Dermisache, Massimo Minini con Titina Maselli, Gregor Podnar con Ivan Kozaric, Galerie 1900-2000 con Pierre Molinier, Soda Gallery con Stano Filko, Garth Greenan con Rosalyn Drexler, Giò Marconi con Valerio Adami

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Le Quotidien de l'Art:

10/2017

  

Le côté labyrinthique de Young International Art Fair
a du bon. On peut s’y perdre, déambuler sans contrainte
pour découvrir, ici et là, des stands souvent surprenants.
Autant avouer qu’il est agréable de s’égarer, notamment pour l’éclectisme des propositions, toutes d’assez bonne tenue. Autre mérite indéniable : les stands. Beaucoup de galeries ont fait de
réels efforts de présentation et de design, en particulier Soda (Bratislava) qui présente un accrochage collectif très maîtrisé d’artistes historiques ou contemporains
slovaques (pièces de 1600 à 16 000 euros).

 

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10 Great Reasons to Visit London's START Art Fair 

1. SODA Gallery (Bratislava)
The top position of this edition of START goes to the Bratislava-based gallery SODA, which showcased a wonderful group presentation of artists from Slovakia and the Czech Republic, including a fantastic selection of works by avant-garde legend Július Koller, as well as pieces by Stano Filko, Jan Šerych, and Ilona Németh.

The director of the gallery, Tomáš Umrian, had arranged a number of works on paper, prints, and photographs by Koller on several rows of wooden shelves, giving the individual pieces a curated sense of unity. One almost wished she could have bought them all, en masse.

 

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Le Quotidien de l'Art:

 

Pour sa cinquième édition, YIA Art Fair poursuit son extension tentaculaire dans le Marais, à Paris. Au-delà de l’espace du Carreau du Temple, où 65 exposants sont réunis jusqu’à dimanche, un parcours hors les murs se déploie dans 14 institutions du quartier, du musée national Picasso-Paris à la Maison de la poésie.

 

Sur YIA Art Fair, nombre de galeries françaises et européennes exposent des artistes et projets à suivre. Ainsi, la Slovaque SODA (Bratislava) qui vient tout juste d’ouvrir une antenne à San Francisco, présente sur son stand une sélection d’œuvres de Július Koller mises en regard de celles d’autres artistes slovaques influencés par son travail, et notamment Stano Filko, qui a bénéficié d’un solo show chez Emanuel Layr (Vienne) à Frieze London la semaine dernière.

 

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