Michal Moravčík’s exhibition Alexander the Hero critically reflects the concept of a hero and his status in the contemporary society. The title refers to Alexander the Great and his historical greatness that connects all the works presented – such as an ancient memorial plague bearing the name of a Alexander that now forms a part of a memorial in Tbilisi or the Incheba building façade that was rebuilt in order to give its owner Alexander Rozin a view from his office.

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