14. 9. 2012
“Václavák“ Features Young Photographers
Artwork created by FAMU and Tomáš Bata University students is displayed in the upper part of Wenceslas Square until the end of September.
16. 8. 2012
Mucha’s Posters Exhibition
Although Alfons Mucha allegedly didn’t boast about his poster works, the fact is that his posters influenced the whole Art-Nouveau period. Prague will soon have the opportunity to see the largest collection of his posters, owned by Ivan Lendl.
23. 7. 2012
Charles Bridge – New Findings
The most recent Prague City Museum exhibition, Centuries Under Water – Judith and Charles Bridges, confirms that we still know very little about both Charles and Judith bridges, as it unveils more secrets.
13. 7. 2012
Prague and Its People 50 Years Ago - Jovan Dezort’s Photo Exhibition
Jovan Dezort’s exhibition of photographs taken fifty years ago is held in the basement of the Old Town Hall. It shows Prague as you won’t see it anymore.
18. 6. 2012
ČTK Reporters Exhibit Photographs of Václav Havel
About one hundred photographs of the former president Václav Havel are exhibited in the Old Town Hall cloister from 15th June to 6th July. The photographs were chosen by Czech News Agency (ČTK) reporters from their archives. They had captured Václav Havel during his presidential acts, foreign trips, as well as in more informal situations. Many of the exhibited photographs have never been published.
7. 6. 2012
Prague Museum Night – Museums Open Until 1 a.m.
Prague Museum Night will be held on Saturday 9th June. The total number of 39 institutions open their doors to 65 of their buildings from seven o’clock in the evening until one o’clock in the morning.
25. 5. 2012
The Slav Epic in Prague
Mayor Bohuslav Svoboda has officially launched the exhibition of 20 canvases of the Slav Epic at the Exhibition Palace in Prague.
16. 5. 2012
Slav Epic Opens to the Public
The entire Slav Epic is now on display, for a period of at least two years, in the exhibition hall of Veletržní Palác. This is the site where the Epic was first displayed in 1928.
24. 4. 2012
Jakub Schikaneder as Beautifully Mysterious as Ever
Jakub Schikaneder’s melancholic paintings of Prague can probably be seen in just about every publication on the Capital City. The current exhibition, however, also features many works which fall into the context of European art of the late 19th century.
17. 4. 2012
A Painter of Pre-history and the Future
Galerie U Betlémské kaple (Bethlehem Church Gallery) presents an exhibition of 64 paintings by Zdeněk Burian. The exhibition will offer works for sale, and comprises of paintings from private collections, some of which were previously exhibited in a Burian retrospective in 2005.