Additional entrance examinations

in the study programs Architecture, Painting, Intermedia - specialisation Sculpture. Its no longer possible to submit applications. Admission conditions and course of the admission procedure for bachelor's studies starting in 2024/2025

  1. Who can submit an application for additional admissions for Bachelor´s degree program
  2. When to submit an application for additional admissions for Bachelor´s degree programs
  3. Important admission deadlines
  4. How to submit an application for Bachelor´s degree programs
  5. Fee
  6. Admissions procedure
  7. Requirements of the individual study programs
  8. Are the conditions of admission interviews inclusive?

1. Who can submit an application for additional admissions for Bachelor´s degree program Applied arts, specialisation GLASS

An application for additional admission interviews for the study program can be submitted by an applicant who did not take part in the admissions for the Applied Arts study program in the regular term.

Only the applicant who takes part in an admissions procedure can become a student for bachelor´s degree programs at AFAD.  The student who has completed an advanced level of secondary education or has achieved a vocational qualification, can apply for admissions at AFAD as required.

If the admission procedure at AFAD takes place before the date of the school-leaving exam of the applicant, the applicant is admitted to studies conditionally. The final admission to study is conditional upon a successful completion of the school-leaving exam. The secondary school leaving certificate must be submitted within ten days after the completion of the school-leaving exam and no later than the date of enrolment for studies.

All foreign applicants must master Slovak language at the level B1 (except for Czech applicants) before their admission.

The foreign applicants, who studied abroad, are admitted, only if they provide a decision on the recognition of the diploma issued abroad no later than the deadline for the enrolment (September 2024).

If the university issues diplomas after the enrolment date (after September) we do not recommend students that they submit an application, instead we recommend submitting it in the next academic year.

For more information check the following links:

How to have a foreign high school diploma recognized

Recognition of foreign diplomas in general

2. When to submit an application for additional admissions for Bachelor´s  study

In the period from March 21, 2024 till May 20, 2024 an applicant for a Bachelor´s degree program at AFAD fills out and submits an electronic application.

Subsequently, the application is to be printed out, signed and sent by post together with required annexes no later than May 21, 2024.

3. Important admission deadlines

  • from March 21 to May 20, 2024 – application 
  • until May 20, 2024 – latest date to pay the application fee
  • by May 21, 2024 – latest date to send the application and attachments physically by post
  • until May 30, 2024, 4 p. m. CET - submit homework - first round of admission procedure
  • 1st round: 3 – 6 June 2024 – the admissions committee will meet and assess homework sent by May 30, 2024, 4 p.m. CET at https://ulozisko.vsvu.sk/
  • June 12, 2024 – applicants who advance to the 2nd round will receive a notice of advancement to the 2nd round and an invitation with instructions for the 2nd round
  • 2nd round - takes place face-to-face and lasts two days: 27 – 28 June 2024 - applicants work on tasks for 2 days (2 whole days)

 4. How to submit an application for Bachelor´s degree programs

1st step:

The electronic application can be found on the AFAD webpage
Link to webpage with electronic application

The applicant fills out the application

The applicant submits the application

2nd step:

The applicant then prints the application out, signs it and sends it by post no later than 21/05/2024, together with the following annexes:

  • signed professional CV
  • certified copy of the secondary school leaving certificate
  • The applicant who in his/her senior year must have his/her results (transcripts of records and grades) confirmed by his/her school in the printed application. In case of a bad pandemic situation (closed schools) he/she attaches a copy of his/her last school certificate (e.g. from the 3rd grade)
  • proof of payment of the fee (the date of payment and the account number from which the fee was paid should be visible in the document)
  • declaration of medical fitness signed by the applicant:
    Declaration of medical fitness
    I, the undersigned, ......born on ......domiciled in .....hereby declare that my health condition is good and I do not suffer from any diseases which could adversely affect the contact with chemical or biological substances used throughout the education process.
    In ......................    on ......................
    Signature .....................................
  • recognition of educational qualification can be issued by the Regional Office of School Governance (Regionálny úrad školskej správy) (in case of documents certifying the completion of studies published by a foreign state school).

    For more information check the following links:

    How to have a foreign high school diploma recognized

    Recognition of foreign diplomas in general

  • to the following address:
    Vysoká škola výtvarných umení, študijné oddelenie, Hviezdoslavovo nám. 18, 814 37 Bratislava

3rd step

Digital version of homework - portfolio with attachments (see the requirements of the individual programs), will be uploaded by the applicant after submitting the electronic application and attachments in the period from 5/28/2024 from 12:00 p.m. CET until May 30, 2024 at 4:00 p.m. CET via the website: https://ulozisko.vsvu.sk/; access data and instructions will be sent to the email addresses listed in the application no later than 28 May 2024 until 12:00 p.m. CET.

5. Fee

Fee of € 50 must be paid by bank transfer  no later than May 20, 2024.

Applicants from Ukraine are exempted from paying admissions fees.

  • Account number: IBAN: SK42 8180 0000 0070 0007 2516
  • SWIFT: SPSRSKBAXXX
  • Variable symbol: 648 003
  • Specific symbol: a six-digit number starting with the number 24, followed by a four-digit number consisting of the registration number of the application, before which it is necessary to add zeros.
    Example: if the registration number of the application is 37, the specific symbol will be 240037
  • Additional information: applicant’s surname

In case of payments from abroad, it is necessary to provide the following details:

  • Account owner: Vysoká škola výtvarných umení, Hviezdoslavovo nám. 18, 814 37 Bratislava, Slovenská republika
  • Bank: ŠTÁTNA POKLADNICA, Radlinského 32, 810 05 Bratislava, Slovakia
  • SWIFT: SPSRSKBAXXX
  • IBAN: SK42 8180 0000 0070 0007 2516
  • Purpose of payment: variable symbol 648 003
  • Specific symbol: a six-digit number starting with the number 24, followed by a four-digit number consisting of the registration number of the application, in front of which it is necessary to add zeros.
    Example: if the registration number of the application is 37, the specific symbol will be 240037
  • Additional information: applicant’s surname, Pk, if it is not possible to indicate the Variable and Specific symbol when paying from abroad, the applicant will indicate as additional information the Specific symbol generated according to the previous paragraph. Example of additional information: Abraham Lincoln Pk 240037.

6. Admissions procedure

Digital version of homework - a portfolio with all required parts or tasks listed according to study programs in point 8. "Requirements of individual study programs", will be uploaded by the applicant after submitting the electronic application and attachments in the period from May 28, 2024 from 12:00 p.m. CET until May 30, 2024 at 4 p.m. CET via the website: https://ulozisko.vsvu.sk/; access data and instructions will be sent to the email addresses listed in the application no later than May 28, 2024 until 12 p.m. CET

First  round – 3 – 6 June 2024 – the  admissions committee meets and assesses the portfolio of works sent to https://ulozisko.vsvu.sk till May 30, 2024, 16:00 p.m. CET.

Second round – 27 – 28 June 2024 – is conducted in person for all study programs and lasts for two days.

AFAD determines further conditions for the admission to the individual study programmes in order to ensure that only applicants with necessary skills and potential are admitted. The determined conditions and the method of verification of their compliance must allow to choose applicants who show the highest level of talent, knowledge and skills to study the individual study programmes realized at AFAD.

Admissions committee

The assigned tasks and parts of the entrance examination are evaluated by at least five members of the admissions committee appointed by the Rector from among the university teachers performing a study programme at AFAD with an art-academic title of professor, associate professor or assistant professor. A university teacher teaching within another study programme at AFAD can also become a member of the admissions committee.

The members of the admissions committee evaluate the tasks in both rounds using a point system on a six-point scale (0-5 points) or on an eleven-point scale (0-10 points). Each task (including homework) is scored separately. In the case of the second round with a full-day assignment, the admissions committee can evaluate using a system on an eleven-point scale (0-10 points). The condition for advancing to the second round is to obtain at least 50% of the maximum possible number of points for the tasks of the first round. Depending on the situation (e.g. a small number of applicants), the commission can move the advancement limit to 45% of the points earned.

For detailed specification according to individual study programs see in point 7., "Requirements of individual study programs" point "Further details of individual tasks during the admission procedure".

The applicants who pass to the second round of the admissions procedure are informed as follows:

  • If the first round of the admission procedure is carried out by the distance method, the results are published on the AFAD webpage no later than 30 days from the date of the first round. The successful applicants also receive an invitation to the second round of the admissions procedure.

Whole school admissions committee

Admissions committees present the results of the evaluation of both rounds as well as applicants’ art works to the whole school committee appointed by the AFAD Rector. The members of the whole school admissions committee may be the AFAD Rector, AFAD Vice-rectors, the head of the AFAD Academic Senate, heads of the AFAD departments, heads of AFAD studios, teachers leading preparatory courses and members of the departments’ admissions committees, while the chairman of the committee is the Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs.

The whole school admissions committee assesses the results of the evaluation and order of the candidates presented by each departmental admissions committee, thus verifying the results of the admissions procedure. The whole school admissions committee has the right to change the order of candidates based on the evaluation of the departmental admissions committee, by open vote which requires a simple majority of the votes of the present members of the whole school admissions committee.

The whole school admissions committee has the right to propose to the AFAD Rector to increase or decrease the number of the admitted applicants for individual study programmes, or not to admit any of the applicants due to the low level of their performance. The final decision on the admission or non-admission of the applicant is made by the Rector of the school who considers the proposal of the whole school committee. The final decision is sent to the applicant by the AFAD’s office of Study Affairs by post no later than 30 days after the end of the admissions procedure.

Decision on the Admission/Non-admission

The applicant, who receives a decision on the non-admission to study, can request the review of the decision. The request must be sent to the AFAD Rector no later than 8 days after the date of the reception of the decision. If the rector does not find any infringement, the request is forwarded to the AFAD Academic Senate. The Senate does not evaluate the quality of works but the procedural side of the proceedings. The decision of the AFAD Academic Senate is final. The reply to the request to review the decision must be sent to the applicant no later than 30 days after the date of the reception of the request to review the decision of non-admission to study at AFAD.
The conditions of admission and the course of the admissions procedure for Bachelor´s degree programs are stated in detail by the Internal Regulation on the Admissions Procedure at AFAD.


7. Requirements of the individual study programs

7.1. Architecture

7.2. Painting

7.3. Intermedia - specialisation Sculpture

 


8. Are the conditions of admission interviews inclusive?

AFAD guarantees equal opportunities to every applicant who demonstrates the necessary prerequisites for graduating. If the applicant needs to create specific conditions for admission interviews, he must contact the study department in this matter. AFAD applies an individual approach to applicants with specific needs.

 

 


7.1. Architecture

*Requirements for entrance examination. Home assignments, further details of individual tasks, necessary tools. The requirements are current for the admission procedure at Academic year 2024/2025.

Requirements for portfolio

1/2 of the applicant’s portfolio features a wide variety of artistic skills and interests

  • For example: still lives, outdoor spaces, bust, painting, photography, sculpture, design, printmaking...
  • Properly marked authorship and whether the applicant’s work was done under teacher´s guidance (art course, preparatory course, high school and others etc.) or it is a result of the applicant’s individual work

1/2 of the applicant’s portfolio features specific assignments documenting his/her intense interest in architecture

  • drawings and sketches from life – interior, exterior, object
  • analytical drawings revealing thinking about structure, construction, textures, materiality, compositionality, formal procedures and transformations
  • designs of simple architecture, architectural objects, constructions or structures represented in sketches, drawings, technical drawings (floor plans, cross sections, perspectives), spatial representations (perspective, axonometry...), physical models (photo documentation of the result and construction methods), 3D digital models (photo documentation of modelling stages, visualization, defining parametric relationships)

Architectural self-portrait

  • a self-portrait creatively capturing the character, interests and physical appearance of the applicant in the context of architecture. any technique (graphics, drawing, painting, collage, comics, technical drawing, or 3D display...) and degree of abstraction. A3 format, in the case of a three-dimensional work, model - its photographic record (in this case, more photos are possible)

How to submit works:

  • Digital version of homework - portfolio will be uploaded by the applicant after submitting the electronic application and attachments in the period from May 28, 2024, 12:00 p.m. CET – May 30, 2024, 4 p.m. CET via the website: https://ulozisko.vsvu.sk/; access data and instructions will be sent to the email addresses listed in the application no later than 12 p.m. CET on May 28, 2024. The portfolio and motivation letter must be included in one joint PDF format (maximum up to 10 MB) titled as name_surname_study architecture. Individual works must be marked by topic, title.

Further details of individual tasks during the admissions procedure:

1st round

  • by the distance method, without the applicant’s physical presence
  • assessment of all portfolio components listed in homework requirements (portfolio). Each member of the admissions committee evaluates on a six-point scale (0-5 points)
  • assesment of the Architectural self-portrait. Each member of the admissions committee evaluates on a six-point scale (0-5 points)

2nd round

  • In person, with the participation of the applicant who passes to the second round from the first round. The second round of the admissions procedure lasts for two days.
  • The assignments can have the nature of designing simple architectural, structural, spatial objects, complexly dealt with at different levels of representation.
    • Problem analysis/text, essay, sketches, drawing...
    • Concep /text, sketches, drawings...
    • Physical model
    • Technical drawings
    • Spatial representation
    • Text
  • Or they can have the nature of several shorter assignments which focus on examining individually the applicant’s abilities, skills and swiftness.
    • Drawing of architectural space from life or speculative, analytical drawing
    • Modelling of spatial structures
    • Graphic assignments
    • Conceptual assignments
    • Spatial interpretation of text, graphics or painting
  • Completed assignments are submitted in person – as drawings on hard paper and as spatial models.
  • Each member of the admissions committee evaluates each task on a six-point scale (0-5 points), if a full-day task is assigned, it is evaluated on an eleven-point scale (0-10).

 

  • An interview with the applicant before the departmental committee, where the applicant demonstrates his/her knowledge of the field he/she is applying for; a discussion about housework is part of the interview. Each member of the admissions committee evaluates the interview on a six-point scale (0-5 points).
  • Part of the interview is aimed at finding out an overall overview of the high school curriculum in history, literature, history of visual arts and orientation in contemporary art and socio-cultural overview. It is evaluated on a six-point scale (0-5 points) separately by two members of the commission designated for this part of the admission interviews from among internal and external teachers of the Department of Theory and History of Art.
  • Applicants from abroad will be allowed to complete the interview in English, but in the case of successful acceptance, they will continue their studies in the Slovak language (minimum level B1 is required).

Tools needed at the admission exam:

drawing board in A2 size, drawing tools (pencils, a charcoal stick, ruddle and others), modelling tools – cutter, pair of scissors, glue, triangle/ruler

Note: material for graphic and spatial assignments—paper, cardboard and other—will be given to the applicants at the
admissions

Literature

  • Pijoan, J.: Dejiny umenia 1 – 10. Bratislava, 1982 – 1986.
  • Pijoan, J.: Dejiny umenia 11 – 12. Bratislava, 2002.
  • Gombrich, H. E.: Príbeh umenia. Bratislava, 2000.
  • Frampton, K.: Moderní architektúra. Praha: Academia, 2004.
  • Gossel, P., Leuthauserova, G.: Architektura 20.století. Taschen, 2003.
  • Haas, F.: Architektúra 20.století. Praha: SPN, 1985.
  • Hollingsworth, M.: Architektura 20.století. Bratislava: Columbus, 1993.
  • Kusý, M.: Architektúra na Slovensku 1918 – 1945. Bratislava: Pallas, 1971.
  • Kusý, M.: Architektúra na Slovensku 1945 – 1975. Bratislava: Pallas, 1976.
  • Moravčíková, H., Dulla, M.: Architektúra na Slovensku v 20.stor. Bratislava: Slovart, 2003.
  • Rusinová, Z. (ed.): Dejiny slovenského výtvarného umenia – 20. storočie. Bratislava, 2000.
  • Tichá, J. (Ed.): Architektura v informačním věku. Zlatý řez, 2006.
  • Tichá, J. (Ed.): Architektura na prahu informačního věku. Zlatý řez, 2001.
  • Koolhaas, R.: Třeštící New York. Praha: Arbor Vitae, 2007.
  • Ročenka slovenskej architektúry 2014/2015, 2016/2017, 2017/2018. Slovart.
  • Mitášová M., Ševčík J., Česká a slovenská architektura 1971 – 2011, Akademie výtvarných umění, 2013
  • Švácha R., Tichá J., Sršňová M., Euroamerické architektonické myšlení 1936-2011, Zlatý řez, 2019

Magazines

Architekt (CZ), ERA21 (CZ), Arch, Architektúra a Urbanizmus, Projekt, príp. AD (UK), Domus (IT)

Web

archinfo, dezeen, divisare, afasia

Consultations – Architecture

 


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7.2. Painting

*Requirements for entrance examination. Home assignments, further details of individual tasks, necessary tools. The requirements are current for the admission procedure at Academic year 2024/2025.

Requirements for home assignments – portfolio

  • The applicant presents himself/herself primarily via the originals of his/her own works and free creation in the medium of painting in the range from 20 to 30 works (any format and technique). The content of the applicant´s presented works and digital portfolio should not consist solely of study drawings and works created as secondary-art-school assignments. The applicant’s works should present his/her interest in the study programme of painting. Overlaps into other media are acceptable if they complement the applicant’s artistic thinking.

Special assignment:

  • Topic: "Why painting today?"
  • 1. List the painting that most interested you and justify your choice.
  • 2. Describe in detail the art exhibition that impressed you the most.
  • Recommendation for developing a topic: tasks can be linked to each other. Try to do without a simplified like-dislike rating. The scope and form of the text is unlimited.

How to submit works:

  • Digital version of homework - portfolio will be uploaded by the applicant after submitting the electronic application and attachments in the period from May 28, 2024, 12:00 p.m. CET – May 30, 2024, 4 p.m. CET via the website: https://ulozisko.vsvu.sk/; access data and instructions will be sent to the email addresses listed in the application no later than 12 p.m. CET on May 28, 2024. The portfolio and special assignement must be included in one joint PDF of 50 - 70 slides (maximum up to 10 MB altogether) titled as name_surname_study painting. Individual works must be marked: year, medium, measurements, title.
  • Original version of the works-portfolio should be showcased in the second round of the admissions procedure.

Further details of individual tasks during the admission procedure:

1st round

  • the first round is carried out by the distance method, without the applicant’s physical presence
  • assessment of all portfolio components listed in homework requirements (portfolio). Each member of the admissions committee evaluates on an eleven-point scale (0-10 points).
  • assesment of the special assignment. Each member of the admissions committee evaluates on a six-point scale (0-5 points).

2nd round

  • the second round is carried out in person and lasts for two days, the applicant passes to the second round from the first round
  • specific topics examining different aspects of creativity and artistic thinking
  • Each member of the admissions committee evaluates each task on a six-point scale (0-5 points), if a full-day task is assigned, it is evaluated on an eleven-point scale (0-10).

 

  • an interview with the applicant in front of the admissions committee, where he/she will demonstrate his/her knowledge of the field to which he/she is applying; a discussion about housework is part of the interview. Each member of the admissions committee evaluates the interview on a six-point scale (0-5 points).
  • Part of the interview is aimed at finding out an overall overview of the high school curriculum in history, literature, history of visual arts and orientation in contemporary art and socio-cultural overview. It is evaluated on a six-point scale (0-5 points) separately by two members of the commission designated for this part of the admission interviews from among internal and external teachers of the Department of Theory and History of Art.
  • Applicants from abroad will be allowed to complete the interview in English, but in the case of successful acceptance, they will continue their studies in the Slovak language (minimum level B1 is required).

Tools required for entrance examination:

a drawing board in A1 size, pushpins, paper adhesive tape (white or yellow), glue, a cutter, pair of scissors, pencils of different hardness, charcoal sticks (natural or artificial), kneaded eraser, acrylic paints (obligatory), tempera paints, watercolour paints, brushes of different sizes, palette, water container.

Literature

  • Pijoan, J.: Dejiny umenia 1 – 10. Bratislava, 1982 – 1986.
  • Pijoan, J.: Dejiny umenia 11 – 12. Bratislava, 2002.
  • Gombrich, H. E.: Príbeh umenia. Bratislava, 2000.
  • Rusinová, Z. (ed.): Dejiny slovenského výtvarného umenia – 20.storočie. Bratislava, 2000.
  • orientation in periodical specialised press on contemporary art, architecture, applied arts and design, culture and politics

Consultations concerning the admission procedure

 


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7.3. Intermedia - specialisation SCULPTURE

In the VŠVU electronic application, enter "Intermedia" as the name of the program you are looking for, and then select the item INTb.21S: Intermedia (specialization Sculpture) from the menu.

Requirements for portfolio

  • Records of author´s thinking: sketchbooks, notations, diaries, essays, poems, photographs
  • Self portrait
  • Spatial assembly (work created by joining various objects and materials, three-dimensional version of collage)
  • freeform technique and material, including a possibility of classical head modelling in clay. (photo documentation in the PDF portfolio, see below)
  • works can be sent within 3D modelling in various computer programs. (in the screen shot form in the PDF portfolio see below, or as a short animated recording in the H.264 format or Windows media format, max. resolution HD 1080p 25fr., which can be played on common PCs.
  • creative, free-form author´s works (e.g. small sculptures, modelled situations, land art intervention in the country or in a public space)
  • drawing – (e.g. head portrait or self-portrait, half figure, whole figure, preparatory drawings, also school assignments are allowed (at least 7 pieces)
  • drawing – a half-figure, a whole figure – at least 3 pieces
  • a motivation letter

How to submit works:

  • Digital version of homework - portfolio with motivation letter will be uploaded by the applicant after submitting the electronic application and attachments in the period from May 28, 2024, 12:00 p.m. CET – May 30, 2024, 4 p.m. CET via the website: https://ulozisko.vsvu.sk/; access data and instructions will be sent to the email addresses listed in the application no later than 12 p.m. CET on May 28, 2024. The portfolio and motivation letter must be included in one joint PDF format (maximum up to 10 MB + in case of 3D animated record in the format H.264 or Windows Media, max. resolution HD 1080p 25fr. and less – which can be played on common PCs). Max up to 350 MB titled  name_surname_study program and specialization sculpture.  Individual works must be marked.
  • The applicant brings the original versions of his/her home assignments – his/her portfolio printed in A4 size, together with his/her original drawings (the real ones, not digital copies), to the second round of the admissions procedure.

Further details of individual tasks during the admission procedure:

1st round

  • by the distance method, without the applicant’s physical presence
  • assessment of all portfolio components listed in homework requirements (portfolio). Each member of the admissions committee evaluates on an eleven-point scale (0-10 points).

2nd round

  • in person, with the participation of the applicant who advances to the second round from the first round. The second round lasts for two days.
  • 1. self-portrait - free technique and material, including the possibility of classical modeling in clay
  • 2. spatial assemblage - free technique and material
  • 3. creative assignment / drawing + modeled relief /
  • 4. creating an object from cardboard
  • 5. free composition - taking from a plaster cube
  • Each member of the admissions committee evaluates each task on a six-point scale (0-5 points), if a full-day task is assigned, it is evaluated on an eleven-point scale (0-10).

 

  • an interview with the applicant in front of the admissions committee, where the applicant or the applicant demonstrates her interest and insight in the field she is applying for; a discussion about housework is part of the interview. Each member of the admissions committee evaluates the interview on a six-point scale (0-5 points).
  • Part of the interview is aimed at finding out an overall overview of the high school curriculum in history, literature, history of visual arts and orientation in contemporary art and socio-cultural overview. It is evaluated on a six-point scale (0-5 points).separately by two members of the commission designated for this part of the admission interviews from among internal and external teachers of the Department of Theory and History of Art.
  • Applicants from abroad will be allowed to complete the interview in English, but in the case of successful acceptance, they will continue their studies in the Slovak language (minimum level B1 is required).

Tools required for entrance exam:

spatulas, pencils, charcoal sticks, ruddle sticks, loop tools, pliers, knife, handsaw, rasp, flat chisel, hammer, carver’s mallet, sandpaper, paper sheets of different colours, different materials (cardboard, cork, textile, pieces of wood, polystyrene, etc.)

Literature

  • Pijoan, J.: Dejiny umenia 1 – 10. Bratislava, 1982 – 1986.
  • Pijoan, J.: Dejiny umenia 11 – 12. Bratislava, 2002.
  • Gombrich, H. E.: Príbeh umenia. Bratislava, 2000.
  • Rusinová, Z. (ed.): Dejiny slovenského výtvarného umenia – 20.storočie. Bratislava, 2000.

 

The list of recommended literature below is intended for inspiration, it is not necessary to have studied everything:

Publications

  • CHATELET, Albert: Svetové dejiny umenia. Praha: Ottovo nakladatelství, 2004.
  • František Novosád: V zrkadle kultúry. Iris 2016.
  • Nicholas Mirzoeff: Jak vidět svět. Artmap 2019.
  • Gibson, W. : Neuromancer
  • Liou Cch’-sin: Problém tří těles
  • FOSTER, Hal - KRAUSSOVÁ, Rosalind - BOIS, Yves-Alain - BUCHLOH, Benjamin: Umění po roce 1900: Modernismusm, Antimodernismus, Postmodernismus. Praha: Slovart, 2007.
  • LUCIA-SMITH, Edward: Art Today. Současné světové umění. Praha: Slovart, 1996.

Art magazines

  • Profil, Jazdec, Flash Art Czech and Slovak Edition, Kapitál

Online platforms and databases

Consultations – Sculpture

 


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