Are you craving some culture this week but you don’t know where to go? If yes is your answer, check Art of Prague’s subjective selection of events this week.
Czech Press Photo 2018
What: Exhibition presenting nominees of 24th Czech Press Photo contest. It’s focused on the best pictures and documentary films covering various topics like global and social issues, everyday life or culture.
When: 21st Nov 2018 – 30th Jan 2019
Where: Staroměstská Radnice / Old Town Hall Gallery
Civilization at the Crossroad: Engineers of Scientific-Technical Revolution
What: Interdisciplinary exhibition of 14 Czech and Slovak artists presenting their works dedicated to the topic of civilization on the crossroads.
When: 4th Dec 2018 – 17th Feb 2019
Israeli Street Moments
What: Photographs showing Israel from the perspective of everyday life, captured by 3 different photographers: Alex levac, Gabi ben Avraham and lan Ben Yehuda.
When: 2nd Nov 2108 – 6th Jan 2019
Where: Leica Gallery Prague
Sny jiných / Dreams of The Others
What: A show about people and communities facing fast climate changes. The exhibition will focus on the communities which currently celebrate a century of existence. The whole event is organized in collaboration with Polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage within the framework of Multiannual Programme “NIEPODLEGŁA 2017-2021”.
When: 5th Dec 2018 – 12 Jan 2019
Where: INI Project
Klára Hosnedlová: Sedící Žena / Seated Woman
What: The artist will present works inspired by theater costume and historical scenography.
When: 6th Dec 2018 – 27 Jan 2019
Where: Karlin Studios
Public presentation of Justin Fitzpatrick’s works
What: Exhibition will present Justin Fitzpatrick’s works influenced by symbolism and art nouveau ornaments. His paintings are focused on metaphors or human’s body and the way it’s influenced by social concepts, especially in context of sexuality.
When: 6th Dec 2018
Bonjour, Monsieur Gauguin: Czech artists in Brittany 1850–1950
What: In the end of 19th century Pont-Aven school (inspired by Paul Gauguin) was one of the most important centres of modern art also for Czech artist. The exhibitions presents works by Czech artists (such as Toyen, Antonín Chitussi, Alfons Mucha, Josef Čapek, František Kupka, Jan Zrzavý) in comparison to paintings of Paul Gauguin, Paul Sérusier and Émil Bernard.
When: 16 Nov 2018 – 17 Mar 2019
Where: National Gallery Prague – Kinsky Palace