Art Prospect

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About this app

Art Prospect is an annual international public art festival founded by CEC ArtsLink in 2012. The festival changes the usual urban landscape and fills streets, courtyards, parks and other public spaces with works of contemporary art.

The Art Prospect Festival showcases innovative art projects that activate public space and facilitate international collaboration and community engagement. Art Prospect invites artists from around the world to transform familiar urban landscapes with temporary, site-specific, and participatory art works and performances addressing local concerns, histories, and cultures. This annual event promotes innovative forms of creative interaction, challenging artists and local residents to reexamine the urban environment, local history and cultural practices.

The Art Prospect Festival in 2023 will be conducted in Bishkek (Kyrgyzstan) in collaboration with the locally initiated Trash Festival organized by the Bishkek School of Contemporary Art and Tazar Kyrgyzstan.  Entitled ART PROSPECT & TRASH-5 - Interpreting the History of Pollution, the Festival brings together more than twenty artists from Kyrgyzstan, Russia, U.S., Switzerland, Georgia and Kazakhstan to collaborate on the creation of site-specific installations and performances dedicated to the problem of waste. 

The Art Prospect App helps you find information about projects created as part of the festival and its programming
Updated on
Oct 6, 2023

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What's new

- added numbers for pins
- fixed safe zone view
- fixed localization bugs