The first solo exhibition of Slavs and Tatars in France is taking place at the Villa Arson in Nice.
Works by Janek Simon and by Slavs and Tatars are being shown at the Centre Pompidou in Metz at the museum’s exhibition Folklore.
The Pickle Politics show by Slavs and Tatars launches the exhibition activity of Sugar, a new curatorial project in Toronto.
Slavs and Tatars are participating in the main exhibition of 58th Venice Biennale.
“Movaland” exhibition by Slavs and Tatars at Ў Gallery in Minsk, Belarus.
exhibitions abroad 2018
An exhibition by Slavs and Tatars opened at Dresden’s Albertinum museum under the melodious title Made in Dschermany. The main theme is German Orientalism—the ties between German culture and Islam—and the key is in the first four letters of the title: DSCH.
The “Wripped Scripped” book by Slavs and Tatars, offers a journey into the sound world of nasals and voiceless gutturals, supplemented this time by an analysis of the consonant dʒ (the German tetragraph dsch).
exhibitions abroad 2018
On the occasion of their first solo institutional exhibition in Germany, the artists turn to the enigmatic writer and philosopher Johann Georg Hamann.
After being shown at Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art, Warsaw, Pejman Foundation, Tehran, and SALT Galata in Istalbul, the collective’s first mid-career survey “Mouth to Mouth” is presented at CAC Vilnius.
After being shown at Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art, Warsaw and Pejman Foundation, Tehran, the collective’s first mid-career survey “Mouth to Mouth” is presented at SALT Galata.
Slavs and Tatars’ mid-career survey “Mouth to Mouth” evolves into “Nose to Nose” in Teheran
We’re happy to inform that Slavs and Tatars won the audience award in the Nationalgalerie contest for young artists
One of the biggest solo exhibitions by Slavs and Tatars so far – Mirrors For Princes – in Abu Dhabi’s NYU Art Gallery.
The autumn of 2014 was teeming with good news for Slavs and Tatars: after two critically acclaimed solo shows in Kunsthalle Zurich and Dallas Museum of Art, Raster presented collective’s works at Frieze Art Fair London where their “Love Letter (No. 7)” tapestry was acquired by Tate.
One of few outdoor installations of 8th Berlin Biennale, “Ezan Çılgıŋŋŋŋŋları” was built into the lawn of picturesque Haus am Waldsee villa. This critically acclaimed work offers an transcultural journey from the past – to the present by restoring the velar nasal ŋ via a computer-generated re-recording of the Turkish call to prayer.
EXHIBITIONS IN POLAND
Slavs and Tatars presents exhibition “Long-legged linguistics. The Naughty Nasals” in Arsenal Gallery in Białystok.
The latest Slavs and Tatars book “Friendship of Nations: Polish Shi’ite Showbiz” is available now at the Raster Gallery bookstore.