Issue #26, 2007

My Domain – Your Space
Little Warsaw

Little Warsaw is a two person working team. András Gálik and Bálint Havas – they both born and grew up in Budapest through the 70’s and 80’s. After they finished their academic training of visual arts in the mid 90’s they set up the Little Warsaw initiative as a self-developed umbrella unit for their collaborative activities.

Residencies: 2006 Kunstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin. 2004 Artists at Glenfiddich Program, William Grant & Sons, Glenfiddich. 2002 Hungarian Institute, Rome. 2000 Duende, Rotterdam.

Selected exhibitions: 2007 3rd Prague Biennale, Karlin Hall, Prague; Made in, Made by, Lada Project Space, Berlin; Société Anonyme, Frac Île-de-France Le Plateau, Paris; Tranzit – Auditorium, Stage, Backstage, Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt. 2006 Patriotism Tomorrow, Wyspa Gallery, Gdansk; Locally Believed, Gallery Bergstubel, Berlin; How to Do Things (In the Middle of (No)where), Kunstraum Bethanien, Berlin, Nikolaj, Copenhagen; Re_dis_trans – Voltage of Relocation and Displacement, Apexart, New York; A Complete Guide to Re-writing Your History, Sparwasser Hq, Berlin; Eine Person allein in einem Raum mit Coca-Cola-farbenen Wänden, Grazer Kunstverein, Graz; The Peninsula, artist film – video anthology, Singapore History Museum, Singapore. 2005 Little Warsaw 2002–2004, CCA, Vilnius. 2004 „Who if not We.“/ Time and Again, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; Interrupted Game, Galerie für Zeitgenössische Kunst, Leipzig; Travelling without Moving, W139, Amsterdam. 2003 Dreams and Conflicts, 50th Venice Biennale, Venice; Hungary Unplugged, Cotthem Gallery, Brussel; 1st Prague Biennale, National Gallery, Prague.

Chus Martínez, critic and curator, currently director of Frankfurter Kunstverein.