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Prague can look forward to a world premiere exhibition of posters from the collection of Alphonse Mucha Ivan Lendl, which opened in Prague’s Municipal House on Wednesday 10 April. It will be clearly a cultural event of the year. – Translated by Google Translate
Price: CZK 90 – 180 Koupit lístky
Living and working in the Czech Republic, this artist-couple concentrate on subjective documentary photography and fashion photography and also on photographing the works of Czech designers and architects. In the past they made various conceptual series (Beauty Fashion, Mimolimit, Space Cowboys), and in 2005 they completed a project funded by a grant from the City of Prague on the topic of the Prague district of Karlín. Their works were chosen by the renowned German publisher Taschen for a book called Best Portfolios (2005).
Saturday 25th May be held at NoD first official round of the second year of Secret Walls x Czech, illustrator secret battle taking place around the world. Against each other to build Marek Max Hero aka Rotrou and Jan Gruml alias Slakinglizard. Visitors to Prague nod experimental space where the wheel replacement, will see 90 minute battle of two established illustrators. – Translated by Google Translate
Price: CZK 100 Koupit lístky
Eugene Šimera have a student at the Academy of Fine Arts devised own art technology New Dripping – Dripping images when only a drop of paint along with the force of gravity form geometric shapes. This experiment is introduced, inter alia, the finalists of Henry Chalupeckého and after exposure velvet in the House of the Golden Ring. A separate exhibition Spirit of the substance shows new works that are the result of further research possibilities conceptual approach to the medium of painting and finding its borders. – Translated by Google Translate
Price: CZK 20 – 40 Koupit lístky
National Gallery in Prague is in the Exhibition Palace of another outstanding artist of the generation that began on the Czech art scene strongly promote the sixties of the 20th century. After a retrospective of the painter and costume designer Theodor followed by Big Show Art Studio Hugo Demartini. Both artist’s longtime friend from their days at the Academy. – Translated by Google Translate
From 11 June at Polagraphu exposes young Czech photographer Elizabeth Kyselková - twenty-two student pictures, which has had a huge success … and her portfolio can also enjoy the Polaroids. – Translated by Google Translate
Price: Free Koupit lístky
What is “disability”? And what is “normal”? The biggest show this spring called normality of the hardest hit, which was created in collaboration with the Jedlička Institute on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of its founding, trying to uncover and questioning the notions of normality and disability as images of them affect everyone’s life – limiting ourselves or vice versa favor. – Translated by Google Translate
The exhibition is a fashion icon and cultural phenomenon of Marilyn Monroe through all available materials, many of which are open to the public for the first time. – Translated by Google Translate
Price: CZK 120 – 240 Koupit lístky
The exhibition will present the work of sculptor John Křížek one of the most important and neoriginálnějších Czech artists who had settled in France. Cross lived there from 1947 until his death and created a substantial part of his work.
Curator: Anna Pravdová – Translated by Google Translate
A retrospective exhibition of Viktor Kolar presents a comprehensive view of the distinctive photographic work with exclusive and distinctive lifelong Ostrava-Canadian issue. Includes photographic images from 1959 to the present, which conveys the specificity of the place and time of a strong accent cut out of the flow of human existence.
Price: CZK 60 - 120 Koupit lístky
Residents MeetFactory to represent. Not only can you look into their workshops, but also to meet with them and talk about their work. – Translated by Google Translate
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The Exhibition SHO has been organized by the Association for International Advancement of Calligraphic Culture from Tokyo under the auspices of the Japanese Embassy in Prague and the Czech Embassy in Tokyo. It is sponsored by major Japanese newspaper companies – the Mainichi and the Tokyo Shinbun.
Price: CZK 30 - 50 Koupit lístky
Vladimir Kokolia claims that solves nothing, and simply paints what he sees. What actually see if it’s really that simple, and how it relates to a unique light-Topic parlor to see his show.
Young Italian artist Simone Fugazzotto incorporates monkey figures into most of his paintings with the intention to reflect human beings. There is hardly a better comparison of a human than a monkey, but Fugazzotto goes further while using monkey-figure to shift a subject’s point of view. According to his opinion, art should not be only a mirror of reality or of the artist’s inner world, but should provide its receptors an imaginary glasses through which they can look through.
Price: Free Koupit lístky
Through his exhibition Transformations of Landscape, Patrik Hábl, one of the most prominent artists on the contemporary domestic painting scene, fully shows the strength and beauty possessed by traditional art forms even in the current multimedia era. Over the three stories of exhibition space of the Tower, the winner of the Visitors’ Prize of the DOX Centre for Contemporary Art at the 2012 Art Salon for painting has you climb from the Concept of Originality up to the Chapel of Meditation.
Exhibition of recent graduates eighteen studios of the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague is traditionally ceremonial finish the regular academic year and study time 66 students. Graduates studios paintings, drawings, prints, sculpture, restoration of schools, architecture, conceptual, the monumental and the intermediate formation of his works are very varied installation, hosted this year by curator George Petrbok and Petr Vaňous, educators drawings Fine Arts Studio. – Translated by Google Translate
The largest exhibition of current tendencies of Czech photography and art work exploatující photographic paper from the period after 2000 is focused on a wide range of works with motifs of the “inner circle” - authorial self, family, closest people and things. Whereas in Western European, American or Japanese photograph many authors have long been in the works show even the most intimate moments of his life and the lives of their families and friends, in Czech photography with a few exceptions such autoroflexivní open shots or photographic diaries emergence recently too.
Curator: Vladimir Birgus – Translated by Google Translate
Price: CZK 60 – 120 Koupit lístky
Works to be featured in this exhibition are looking for certain “in-betweenness”, for order that is reversed by a simple act, which disturbs the original cleanliness and opens a window into “the other world” of illogic behavior, obscurity, deviation or even madness.
Nowadays the increasing interest of the general public, not only about the 19th century, but also of Dutch art. National Gallery and the successful exhibitions devoted Roelant Savery and less successful exhibition Rembrandt & Co… are followed by an exhibition of romantic Dutch and Belgian painters, today we may have almost unknown, but who in their time fulfill exhibition halls, houses and art dealers were jewel in private collections emerging social strata. – Translated by Google Translate
Iveta Pilařová, to whom the first exhibition of the cycle is devoted, is a middle-generation artist. Her work is inspired by her personal experience of a life with multiple sclerosis. The disease first presented while she was studying during the second half of the 1990s and inevitably found its way into the core of her artistic practice. The exhibition Relay is both an overview of Pilařová’s work and at the same time an attempt to connect up a series of previously isolated works and projects into one whole, one narrative.
Galerie Rudolfinum is preparing a representative profile of the works of Carlos Relvas, a founding figure of Portuguese photography. The exhibition is conceived as a tour exhibition, and after its premiere in Prague it will head to other European cities.
For the fourth part of medallions Collections Exhibition 19th century the National Gallery in Prague loaned Gallery Kodl one of the most famous works of Jaroslav Cermak – Simon Lomnický žebrá na pražském mostě z roku 1853. It is the first image of the Czech author, exhibited at the famous Paris Salon, which had třiadvacetiletému artists from Prague secure a place among the prominent personalities of the French art world. – Translated by Google Translate