6PM Your Local Time Europe is Getting Closer – Stay Tuned!

6PM Your Local Time Europe is Getting Closer – Stay Tuned!

On July 22, from 6pm (CET), the Link Art Center will launch the event 6PM Your Local Time Europe: a distributed contemporary art exhibition, taking place all over Europe in art institutions, galleries and artist studios at the same time, and documented online under the same hashtag: #6pmeu. The list of confirmed participants includes at the moment 100+ events, featuring 350+ artists, and it’s growing fast.


How does it work?
Invited participants and applicants from all over Europe will open together at 6PM (their local time). The events can either be ongoing exhibitions or one night art shows specially organized for this occasion. Participants and their audiences are invited to take pictures and videos, and share them on Twitter and Instagram using the hashtag #6pmeu. The images feed will be transmitted in real time to www.6pmyourlocaltime.com.


How to attend?
To attend your local 6PM Your Local Time Europe events, check out the participants list on the website www.6pmyourlocaltime.com and look for participants in your city / country.
The event can be followed in all its messiness on the website, but you can also consider to make a nice trip to Brescia (I), where it will be streamed – from 6pm to 1am – in real time to the people coming to the Castle for theMusicalZOO festival, which is hosting the event, in a spectacular setup designed by architect Gabriele Falconi.


The list of confirmed participants currently features 100+ events from 23 European countries. More events are still on the way to be confirmed. The event is curated by Fabio Paris for the Link Art Center, and organized with the help of four amazing collaborators: Chiara Chiarelli, Chiara Rigolli, Linda Rocco and Miriam La Rosa. It’s done in collaboration with Gummy Industries and the festival MusicalZOO, with the support of Comune di Brescia, Fondazione Brescia Musei, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Fondazione ASM, Brescia and Aksioma, Ljubljana and kindly sponsored by Pressytal.
6PM Your Local Time is a format by the Link Art Center, developed in collaboration with Abandon Normal Devices (AND), Manchester andGummy Industries, Brescia. The project is part of Masters & Servers. Networked Culture in the Post-Digital Age, a joint project by Aksioma (SI),Drugo more (HR), Abandon Normal Devices (UK), Link Art Center (IT) and  The Influencers (ES) that was awarded with a Creative Europe 2014 – 2020 grant. For 24 months from September 2014, Masters & Servers will explore networked culture in the post-digital age.



This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This communication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.



Schermata 07-2457205 alle 16.17.19


Confirmed participants / Partecipanti confermati


AUSTRIA | Station Rose at Kunsthaus Wien, Wien | Dr. Annette Huennekens and Mario Gasser at Austrian Culture Club and MOJA | CYM at Wd8 Art Center Walkersdorf | UBERMORGEN.COM, Vienna | CROATIA | Igor Eskinja with Drugo More, Rijeka | CYPRUS| NeMe Arts Centre | CZECK REPUBLIC | Kurzor_kolektiv, Prague | Tereza Darmovzalová at PAF – Festival of Film Animation, Jeseníky | DENMARK | X and Beyond, Copenhagen | ESTONIA | Kilometre of Sculpture, Võru |FINLAND | Monia Amoeba | FRANCE | Annabelle Arlie & Pierre Clement at Glassbox, Paris | Vincent Broquaire at XPO Gallery, Paris | Evan Roth, Paris | Galerie Charlot, Paris | Violette Bule and Miyö Van Stenis, Paris | Alexandra Pignol and Stephane Mroczkowski at Art Center Apollonia, European Art Exchanges, Strasbourg | Annie Abrahams & Martina Ruhsam with OUDEIS, Le Vigan | Dustin Cauchi, Paris | GERMANY | Ana Alenso, Ilaria Biotti, Marisa Benjamim, IOCOSE, Rubén D’éhrs, Valentina Jager at João Cocteau, Berlin | Peter Beyls at DAM Gallery, Berlin | Aram Bartholl, Berlin | Constant Dullaart, Berlin | Florian Freier, Munich | GREECE| Christina Androulidaki at Can Gallery, Athens |Fritz Laszlo Weber, Athens | HUNGARY | Ephemeral Transfer Station (ETS) Art Gallery, Budapest | ISLAND | Mengi, Reykjavik |ITALY | Elena Radice and Enrico Boccioletti, Milan | Mara Cassiani at Centrale Fies, Dro | Marco Cadioli, Alessandro Capozzo, Matteo Cremonesi, Kamilia Kard, Marco Mendeni and Flavio Scutti at WeMake, Milan | Roberto Fassone and Valeria Mancinelli, Asti | Guido Segni at Studio Fitz, Carrara | Marco Signorini at Metronom, Modena | Pastificio Cerere Foundation, Roma | Fondazione Mondo Digitale, Roma | Athur Cravan Foundation, Milan | Elisa Giardina Papa at Island of Alicudi | AplusB, Brescia | Bruno Muzzolini, Brescia | Filippo Minelli at Fondazione Francesco Fabbri, Pieve di Soligo | Carloalberto Treccani, Brescia | Giovanni Fredi from Shanghai, Cina | Tonylight, Brescia | Museo Civico Castelbuono | Eventi-Arte-Venezia, Mestre, Venezia | Label201, Roma | Spazio ULTRA, Udine | Postinterface at Università di Teramo | Vincenzo Marsiglia at Spazio ICAS, Crema | FOIL, Milan | Tea Andreoletti, Gromo | Jacques Bonhomme, Milan | Mauro Ceolin, Milan | Max Serradifalco, Palermo | Alberto Frigo, Valle delle Cascate | Barbara and Ale at B/A Studio, Saronno | G.A.P. Glurns Art Point, Glorenza | Alice Bachmann, Milan | Casa Museo Asger Jorn, Albissola Marina | The Cool Couple & Alessandro Sambini at Forma Meravigli, Milan | Nik Barte and Antonio Comini, Milan | Nicola Evangelisti, Brescia | dispari&dispari project, Reggio nell’Emilia | Localedue, Bologna | Lucia Cristiani, Guido Sbattella, Marco Secondin and Nicolò Tedeschi, Milan | S.a.L.E. Docks, Venice | Miltos Manetas from Bogota | ROMANIA | KORUNK Studio Gallery, Cluj Napoca | SERBIA | Iva Kontic, Belgrade | THE NETHERLANDS | Jan Robert Leegte, Radovan Misovic, Rosa Menkman, Rad0 and Vera Hoveling, Budapest – Amsterdam | Peter Luining, Amsterdam | Martine Neddam (Mouchette), Amsterdam | Max Dovey for All Together Now, Rotterdam | MAMA, Rotterdam | POLAND| Tymek Borowski, Warsaw | Oliwia Blawat, Bydgoszcz | SLOVENIA | Maja Smrekar at Aksioma Project Space, Ljubljana | Robertina Sebjanic, Ljubljana | Jernej Čuček Gerbec and Luka Komat, Cela nad Vardo, 45.510062, 13.864698 | Emil Kozole, Ljubljana | Borut Jerman, Izola | SWITZERLAND | HeK, Basel | Pier Giorgio De Pinto, Bellinzona | Alan Bogana for Kunsthaus Langenthal | RUSSIA | Vasily Zaitsev, Stalingrad | SPAIN | Inti Romero, Barcelona | Bernardo Villar, Madrid | LABoral Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial, Gijón | Cristina Garrido at L21 Gallery, Palma de Mallorca | Myriam Solar, Madrid |SWEDEN | Sachiko Hayashi, Fridensberg | Epic Unidragon Gallery, Gothenburg | TURKEY | Mert Keskin a.k.a HAYDIROKET, Istanbul | Mixer, Instanbul | UNITED KINGDOM | Arcadia Missa, London | Five Years, London | amaCollective & David Price, London | RES, London | The Museum of Contemporary Commodities (MoCC) at Furtherfield, London | Studio Manifold, London | THE LOST SOUL AND STRANGER SERVICE STATION, London | Maciej Blazejewsk at London Metropolitan University, London | Dafna Ganani from Washington DC | AND at Somerset House, London | Simone Monsi, Frederique Pisuisse, Andrea Williamson at Area 51, London | Rory Laycock, Langholm, Scotland | Margot Bowman, Huntingdon | Valentina Fois, London


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