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Milan Adamčiak


Milan Adamčiak

1946 born on December 16th
1962 - 1968 Conservatory Žilina (violoncello)
1968 - 1973 Faculty of Arts, Comenius University, Bratislava (Music Science)
1989 founded association Transmusic comp.
1990 founded Association for Unconventional Music (SNEH)                                                                                                           1991 and 1992 organized the Festival of Intermedia Work-production (FIT) in Bratislava
1992 invites John Cage to Bratislava                                                                                                                                                     2017 died in Bratislava

Solo exhibitions

1970 Visual Music. V-klub, Cultural Ceter, Bratislava
1991 Gallery ARTDECO, Nové Zámky
1992 Gallery Gerulata, Bratislava
1992 Musical graphics and objects, Gallery N 2, Berlin, Germany
1994-1995 Gallery Médium II., Ružomberok
2000 Nitrianska galéria, Nitra
2001 Považská galéria, Žilina
2009 Working Memory: The Day of Encounter, Ateliers Tranzit, Bratislava
2009 open works, Gallery Linea                                                                                                                                                               2011 Playfull, Gallery Školská 28, Prague                                                                                                                                         2012 EX-PO, Gallery Gandy, Bratislava                                                                                                                                            2016 Panphilia, Zahorian & Van Espen Gallery, Bratislava                                                                                                                2017 Adamčiak, Begin!, Slovak National Gallery, Bratislava                                                                                                             2018 Adamčiak, Begin!, Ľ. Fulla Gallery - SNG, Ružomberok

Collective Exhibitions (selection) 

1960 Scores, Prague, Brno                                                                                                                                                                1970 I. open atelier, Bratislava
1995 The Sixties, Slovak National Gallery, Bratislava
2001 Action Art 1965 – 1989, SNG, Bratislava
2002 Slovak Visual Art 1970 - 1985, SNG, Bratislava
2002 New Slovak Art, WUK – Kunsthalle, Wien, Austria
2007 Slovak Graphic of the 20th Century, GMB Bratislava
2008 Selection from Slovak Conceptual Art, Slovak Institute, Budapest, Hungary
2008 Between Concept and Action, Sonia Rosso Gallery, Torino, Italy
2009 The Eighties, the Slovak National Gallery, Bratislava
2010 NIPAF 10, The 17th Nippon International Performance Art Festival, Tokyo, Osaka, Nagano – Japan                                    2011 NIPAF 10, The 18th Nippon, Japan                                                                                                                                            2012 Sounding The Body Electric, Muzeum Sztuki, Lodž, Poland                                                                                                    2015 Conceptual Art and Communism, BBLA Gallery, New York, USA                                                                                            2017 CS Conceptual Art of the 70s, Fait Gallery, Brno

Not exhibited presentations
1966-1967 Our Daily Bread, events accompanying the distribution of bread in Liptov
1968 And Lead Me Not to the Temptation, painting event in filature of the Cotton Factory of V. I. Lenin in Ružomberok
1968 Repentence, event on the ridge of Prašivá
1968 Participation in an event of Alex Mlynárčik - Friction, Vysoké Tatry
1969 I. Evening of New Music. Dom osvety, Ružomberok (with Róbert Cyprich and Jozef Revallo) 
1970 I. Festival of Snow, High Tatras (with Alex Mlynárčik, Róbert Cyprich and Miloš Urbásk)
1970 Water Music, the swimming place of the student center of Juraj Hronec, Bratislava (with Róbert Cyprich and Jozef Revallo)                                                                                                                                                                                             1970 Kánon 5x1/4, concert on I. Open Atelier, Bratislava (with Róbert Cyprich, Bohuš Bubelka, Marián Lucký)


Appears in collections – the Slovak National Gallery, Bratislava; the Collection of the First Slovak Investment Group, Stredoslovenská Gallery, Banská Bystrica; private collections in Slovakia and abroad

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