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Kassaboys 

(Radovan Čerevka, Tomáš Makara, Peter Vrábeľ, Kassa Boys)
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Kassa Boys Group was established in 2006 under the programs of contemporary art, Art 06, which was joined by three artists Radovan Čerevka Kosice / 1980 /, Tomas Makara / 1982 / and Peter Vrabel / 1982 /, who are also the founders and members. Group session for Boys Kassa 06 Art / Art now 07 / prepares reports that provide information about events in the East-Slovak art scene.

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2014
   Private Nationalism - Kunsthalle Kosice, Kosice

2013
   Contextual Art - Cyprian Majernik Gallery, Bratislava
   Ŕ la rechere de la bohčme perdue - CAN - Centre d'Art Neuchâtel, Neuchâtel

2012
Description, image and works of art  Zero Years - Slovak Visual Art between 1999 and 2011 from Four Curatorial Perspectives - MODEM Centre for Modern and Contemporary Arts, Debrecen

2011
   Zero Years - Národné osvetové centrum - Dom umenia/ National Culture Centre - House of Art, Bratislava
   Zero Years - Museum of Art Zilina, Zilina

2009
Description, image and works of art  Prague Biennale 4 - Prague Biennale, Prague

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Last update: 19 May 2014
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