Martin Papcún (1979) graduated on Akademie der Bildenden Kunste in
Munchen/ prof. Otto Kunzli (2009-2014) and he obtained M.F.A. in Academy of
Art, Architecture and Design in Prague in 2007. Large site-specific installations he realized was several times funded by CEC ArtsLink NYC, and The Rockefeller Foundation's NYC: *W 45tth,* (Cleveland, USA, 2009); *House, turned inside out, *(Cleveland, USA, 2009); *...We carry it on, *(New York, USA, 2013).
His work has been featured in numerous group exhibitions in countries including USA, South Korea, Italy, Germany, Czech Republic and Canada. His latest exhibitions include: Museum of Art and Design, New York (2014); Cheongju, South Korea (2013); Noel Guyomarc'h Gallery, Montreal (2013); Museum fur Angewandte Kunst Leipzig, Germany (2013), DOX - Centre of Contemporary Art, Prague, Czech Republic (2013), Gallery Baum, Heyri, Paju, South Korea (2013), via San Pietro, Padua, Italy (2013).
Martin Papcun explores private relationships with public spaces and the spaces we inhabit, in works both monumental and miniature. His work is continuously focused on relationships, definitions of private/ public space, and gaps between. Generally, the author examines the differences between communication systems (states, nations, subcultures and individuals) and their own language systematically interprets the broad