Cultural center Údolia Bodvy a Rudohoria brings the exhibition Party in the 21st Century to Košice, April 4-29, 2018

Košice, Slovak Republic

The emphasis on every detailed painting of the project proves that the Party in the 21st Century represents a project of a mighty artistic and historical legacy.

The project Party in the 21st Century Art Exhibition, which is open to the public in Košice,  Kasárne / Kulturpark – Bravo building from April 4 to 29, is a part of this 19th and 20th century folk clothing from today’s point of view.

Part of the exhibition will be the author’s days in the days 5 – 8 April and 26 – 29 April 2018 in opening hours from 11:00 to 18:00. At the meetings with the visitors of the authors, they discuss the creation of the project, parts, art, accompanying music and everything that people are interested in. There will always be at least one ethnologist and one of the authors of the project.

Interview in Radio Regina Východ: http://www.rtvs.sk/radio/archiv/1541/902043

Web: http://www.k13.sk/udalosti/party-v-21-storoci-vystava/

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Exhibition at Slovak Institute in Prague, March 5 – 28, 2018

Prague, Czech Republic

After a successful presentation of Slovakia at the Winter Olympic Games 2018 in South Korea, the exhibition Party in the 21st century was again returned to Europe, this time to Prague on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of Czechoslovakia.
The limited collection of paintings, created during the three-year intensive collaboration between photographers Zuzana Sénášiová and Ľubomír Sabo, painter Sarah I. Avni, as well ethnologist Katarína Chabrečeková, presented by the gallerist Norbert Šlachta and the evening host, Vladimír Valovič.

On the vernissage were presented three new paintings for the first time and were placed to the collection. The unique atmosphere of this gala evening culminated in an original musical performance by singer Veronika Strapková.

Opening hours:

Mon – Fri : 12.00 – 18.00

Weekends: closed

Free entry!

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Winter Olympic Games 2018, South Korea, february 9-25th

Pyeongchang, South Korea

February 9, 2018 entered into history as the day of the official opening of the 23rd Winter Olympic Games. As is customary, the Olympics offers a great platform for the presentation of the cultures of the participating nations. In South Korea, the Party project in the 21st century has the opportunity to represent Slovak culture and traditions. The whole exhibition was part of the decoration “Slovak House” throughout the whole WOG 2018.

“We believe, judging by the reactions, that Slovakia may be proud of its presentation in South Korea,” said team of authors of the project Party in the 21st century.

Ešte jeden letmý pohľad na atmosféru otvorenia Slovenského domu 🙂

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Symbolic opening ceremony of the Winter Olympic Games 2018 in Jasna

Jasná – Biela Púť

On the occasion of the Winter Olympic Games in 2018, held in South Korea’s city Pyeongchang, the Slovak Olympic Committee with partners brought a taste of the Olympic atmosphere to the slopes of the Jasná ski resort.
The symbolic opening of the Arena of the Slovak Olympic Team in Jasná had a unique touch of the world event, it was an unforgettable experience of the winter season 2018. We experienced the arrival of torches and the fires of the Olympic Fire, met many famous athletes and showed a unique folklore show with the project “Party in the 21st century”. This project was decorated with an extraordinary fashion show, as well as a musical-dance performance with an audiovisual accompaniment featuring decorative traditional “party”. These periodic and original elements of the feasting of the hair were presented on the Biela Púť. The project addresses the modern form of the contemporary viewer in order to recognize or remind the diversity of the cultural heritage of Slovakia.
Video: Michal Tarabík
Photo: Peter Reefe Kováč

“Slovensko v obrazoch” and Party in the 21st Century

At the beginning of December 2017, you could see us in the program “Slovensko v obrazoch”, where we informed you about the latest opening our exhibition of the “Dom umenia” Piešťany and presented to you the novelty of the CD Party in the 21st century.

You can find the entire report at: http://www.rtvs.sk/televizia/archiv/11756/142434

Limited edition of signed Fine Art Prints with CEO

Limited edition of signed Fine Art Prints from collection Party in the 21st Century already on Sale! You can come to see it in our studio in OC Central personally, the pieces on the picture are immediately available. From each visual, only 100 pieces of Fine Art Prints printed on a 100-year color-saving gallery paper, with CEO, will be available in four sizes:
A3 – 350EUR
A2 – 500EUR
A1 – 750EUR
A0 – 1000EUR
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For more information please contact us: 0905 260 564 (Ľubo) or 0903 926 330 (Zuzana).

Exhibition at House of Art Piešťany, November 2017 – January 2018

On Friday, November 10, 2017, a ceremonial opening of the exhibition Party in the 21st Century, dedicated to Professor Štefan Nosáľ, took place at the House of Art Piešťany. During the opening, which was attended by about 80 invited guests, baptism was made with a CD of the same name, and singers Katka Ivankova and Veronika Strapková sang four songs accompanied with pianist Matúš Ferko. The evening’s host was the House of Art Director mrs. Edita Bjeloševičová and the exhibition opened by the curator mr. Norbert Šlachta.

The sale limited edition of 30 signed Fine Art Prints can be viewed from 2.11.2017 to 31.1.2018 in the exhibition hall of the House of Art Piešťany and you can also buy CD Party in the 21st Century – Selection of the most beautiful Slovak folk songs with love and wedding theme of rearranged into modern music genres.

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Exhibition at Slovak Institute in Vienna, November 8, 2017

On November 8, 2017, the Slovak Institute in Vienna, with the participation of all the authors of the project, took a part in the opening of the Party in the 21st century, attended by approximately 100 guests. Moderator and host of the evening p. Alena Heribanová presented 10 original paintings and 8 Fine Art Prints to the Austrian audience, the interview with the authors or a performance by Veronika Strapková and Katka Ivankova. The exhibition can be visited from 9 November to 9 December 2017 at the Slovak Institute after a telephone call.


Invitation to the exhibition at Slovak Institute in Vienna, November 9 – December 8, 2017

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Slovak Institute in Vienna

9.11.2017 – 8.12.2017

Wipplingerstrasse 24-26, 1010, Vienna, Austria


Mon – Thur 9.00 – 12.00, 13.00 – 17.00

Fri 9.00 – 12.00, 13.00 – 15.00

Please arrange a date for the tour: si.wien@gmx.at

web: https://www.mzv.sk/documents/1190119/2629006/003+program+SI+Vieden+september+-+december+2017

Invitation to the exhibition in Dom umenia Piešťany, November 2, 2017 – January 31, 2018


Umelecký súbor Lúčnica – Dom umenia Piešťany present:
Party in the 21st Century
An exhibition devoted to the memory of professor Štefan Nosáľ  

Dom umenia Piešťany,  2.11.2017 – 31.01.2018

Opening hours:

Thu – Fri 2pm – 5pm

Sat – Sun 2pm – 6pm

Monday and holiday  – closed

19.12.2017 – 8.1.2018 – closed

“Meet the authors” days:

11. 11. 2017/ 09. 12. 2017 / 20. 01. 2018

web: http://domumenia-piestany.sk/events/event/party-v-21-storoci-vernisaz-vystavy/


Slovak Day – Ottawa Welcomes the World, October 1, 2017

After a September presentation in New York, the paintings went to Canada, directly at the Embassy of the Slovak Republic in Ottawa, which on October 1, 2017 organized a full-day event called Slovak Day – Ottawa Welcomes the World. The authors of the project presented an exhibition of 11 original paintings and 22 Fine Art Prints with almost 7,000 people and discussed the creation and social and artistic benefits of the project. The amazing atmosphere of the whole day was supplemented by FS Vranovčan, a great attraction was the Slovak ice hockey stars Peter Bondra and Marián Hossa. The fact that Slovakia is a country of good ideas and skilful people has also confirmed other presentations focused on tourism, innovation from the Slovak Republic, modern art and Slovak gastronomy.

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Invitation to Slovak Day at Ottawa Welcomes the World


“Party” in United Nations , New York, September 2017


Couture Fashion Week New York, September 9, 2017

Slovak Fashion Night (SFN) is an original project that became the most important presentation of Slovak culture and art on the American continent. The 12th Annual Slovak Fashion Night was held during Couture Fashion Week at the Crowne Plaza Times Square, Manhattan, during the Fall NewYorkFashionWeek.

The project was initiated by the +421 Foundation in cooperation with the Consulate General of Slovakia in New York and the NY Couture Fashion Week. Its aim was to present Slovakia in the center of world trade, finance and the fashion industry in an attractive and modern way. The event is a chance for young artists and designers who are courageous, reject artistic stereotypes, and use their creative ideas to enrich individual genres of culture and art – not just in Slovakia, but also in settings where they can command attention in a great international forum at the center of the world, like New York City.

A dominant part of this year’s Slovak Fashion Night 2017 with the subtitle “Blue Danube Romance” was a presentation of unique artwork from Party in the 21st Century. “Parta,” –  wedding headband, were once a traditional part of festive Slovak folk clothing. Now they’ve been transformed into a central element of this unique artistic project that recreates traditional, historical Slovak jewels and reveals our folk traditions in the process. The artistic group of Zuzana Senášiová, Ľubomír Sabo, Katarína Chabrečeková and painter Sarah I. Avni shot and created this limited collection of paintings of our rare historical jewels.


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Folk Expo Slovakia 2017, June 10, 2017

On Saturday, 10.06.2017 you could have seen various presentation of projects, events and demonstrations of traditional folk culture as well as contemporary artist in the SĽUK presentation space. “Party in the 21st Century” project exhibition also had its presence, and you could see a part of the collection of these original portraits live. Photographers Ľubomír Sabo and Zuzana Sénášiová together with the ethnologist Katarína Chabrečeková and Patrik Rago personally came to talk about the reasons for creation of this special project trying to raise public awareness about these already forgotten Slovak jewels.

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Exhibition in REDUTA /Bratislava/ June 6, 2017

In the beautiful areas of Bratislava Reduta we exhibited at the beginning of June as part of the performance of the Slovak folk themes and folklore of a foreign company. Ten unique paintings from “Party in the 21st Century” Project, together with the dancing group “Čarovné ostrohy”, created the vibrant atmosphere of this extraordinary evening. Guest were able to see a part of this unique exhibition along with the participation of the authors of the project.


Thank you !

We would like to thank you all who came to our event and especially partners for enormous support and cooperation. Thanks to you we have managed to start something new and exceptional.

As you may already know, a limited collection of photographs of almost extinct bridal partas and wreaths was created during the three-year intensive collaboration between Zuzana Sénášiová and Ľubomír Sabo from LSZ Photography, painter Sarah I. Avni and ethnologist Katarína Chabrečeková. The expert patronage of the project was accepted by ethnologist Oľga Danglová, CSc.

The ceremonial opening, which took place on the 1st of April, 2017 in the gallery of NRSR at the Bratislava Castle, was attended by 250 VIP guests. An exceptional evening was moderated by Diana Hágerová and the unique atmosphere was emphasized by exclusive folk music with elements of modern music composed by Matúš Ferko together with Veronika Strapková’s singing performance. Wines „Vila Rača“ and „Palugyay“ were served at the vernissage. Sound and lighting effects were provided by PartyLive.eu., and design of promotional materials was created by Design Service.

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The exhibition itself, which took place from the 2nd until the 17th of April 2017 was attended by approximately 6,000 people. This success has also been achieved thanks to a strong media campaign, mostly: Topky.sk partners, Feminity.sk and EXclusive magazine: http://feminity.zoznam.sk/c/899846/video-toto-zvyraznilo-krasu-nasich- Sloveniek-este-more-yourself to-People’s Subjects-of-individual-region-Slovakia
The campaign was supported by billboards and citylights. Online facebook fanpage „Party v 21.storočí“ has been created online, which currently has over 5,000 fans. The reach of posts during the entire 3-week campaign was up to 196,000, and for videos we had 41,000 views: https://www.facebook.com/party21art/videos/1370485832997136/. You can also learn about our show thanks to „Smotánka“ on TV Markíza

In the course of two years, the „Party v 21. storočí“ project will be exhibited throughout the world. Exhibitions are planned in cooperation with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in New York, Vienna, Prague, Dubai, and many others.

In Slovakia, besides galleries in Košice, Banská Bystrica and Žilina, we want to present this exceptional project also at folklore festivals such as: „Východná“, „Podpolianske slávnosti“, „Hontianska paráda“ and others.


„Party v 21. storočí“ team

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Exhibition at Western terrace of Bratislava Castle

From 2 April  to 17 April 2017 / FREE ADMISSION /


Opening hours

Daily including holidays 10.00 – 19.00
Mondays CLOSED

Exhibition partners

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Exhibition in Brussels

November – December 2016

One of the cultural events of the Slovak Presidency of the EU Council in Brussels, was the exhibition of unique paintings. An impressive execution of those paintings brought outstanding perspective on Slovak culture, as the exhibition was given the honor to symbolically conclude a special year for Slovakia. During the exhibition in the building of the Permanent Representation of the Slovak Republic to the European Union, there were  held various receptions and banquets, attended by representatives of institutions from all 28 EU Member States. The exhibition was open to the public and  the opening was attended by the authors.