Difference between revisions of "Stano Filko"

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Stano_Filko_and_Alex_Mlynarcik_Happsoc_I_1965_Bratislava.jpg|With [[Alex Mlynárčik]], ''Happsoc I'', 1965, Bratislava.
 
Stano_Filko_and_Alex_Mlynarcik_Happsoc_I_1965_Bratislava.jpg|With [[Alex Mlynárčik]], ''Happsoc I'', 1965, Bratislava.
Stano_Filko_Environment_Univerzal_1966-1967.jpg||''Environment Univerzál'' [Environment Universal], 1966-1967.
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Stano_Filko_Environment_Univerzal_1966-1967.jpg|''Environment Univerzál'' [Environment Universal], 1966-1967.
 
Stano_Filko_Biography_1937-2037.jpg|''Projekt myslenia – mentality'' [Project of Thinking – Mentality], c2000.
 
Stano_Filko_Biography_1937-2037.jpg|''Projekt myslenia – mentality'' [Project of Thinking – Mentality], c2000.
 
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* ''Šesťdesiate roky'', Bratislava: Slovak National Gallery, 1995. (Slovak)
 
* ''Šesťdesiate roky'', Bratislava: Slovak National Gallery, 1995. (Slovak)
 
* ''Stano Filko II., 1965-69'', Bratislava, 1971. (Slovak)
 
* ''Stano Filko II., 1965-69'', Bratislava, 1971. (Slovak)
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* Vít Havránek, [http://www.divus.cz/umelec/article_page.php?item=834 "Cloned Identity"], ''Umelec'' 3, 2001. (English/Czech)
 
* Jan Verwoert, "World as Medium: On the Work of Stano Filko", ''e-flux'', 2011.
 
* Jan Verwoert, "World as Medium: On the Work of Stano Filko", ''e-flux'', 2011.
 
* Claire Bishop, [http://monoskop.org/log/?p=4791 ''Artificial Hells: Participatory Art and the Politics of Spectatorship''], Verso Books, 2012, pp 140-143.
 
* Claire Bishop, [http://monoskop.org/log/?p=4791 ''Artificial Hells: Participatory Art and the Politics of Spectatorship''], Verso Books, 2012, pp 140-143.

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Born June 15, 1937(1937-06-15)
Veľká Hradná, Czechoslovakia
Based in Bratislava, Slovakia

Artist. Born 1937 in Veľká Hradná, Czechoslovakia. Studied at College of Fine Arts, Bratislava (1956-59), and monumental painting at Academy of Fine Arts (MA), Bratislava (Prof. Milly and Prof. Matejka, 1959-65). In the early 1960s he took upon figural post-cubist painting, also making structuralist painting and graphic works. Gradually he included elements of collage and assemblage. Filko exhibited in Bratislava (1964, 1967, 1993), Prague (1967, 1994) and abroad. He emigrated from Czechoslovakia in 1981 and until 1990 lived in Germany, Canada and United States. He is based in Bratislava.

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