As we already know, UMPRUM is not just a good art school, but it is also place that has a role of gallery. In these days, it presents Open Call exhibition which is focused on the concept of competition in a connection with artworks. It is mainly associated with film industry and it creates the… Read More Open Call – UMPRUM – March 4 – April 9, 2016
Futura is a centre for contemporary art, which can be found in Smíchov, Prague. The inconspicuous entry is contrasting to the huge place that is hidden there. This gallery is well-know due to the exhibitions of famous artists from around the whole world. Its labyrinth-like space makes authentic representation of many mysterious artworks. Futura holds… Read More A new State is established in FUTURA
Art critique is a very significant part of an art world, because it helps us think about the intentions of artists and their impact on the critics and audience as such. It is important to observe certain artworks and also to learn what others think about it. The comparison between our opinions and the opinions… Read More This Metacritique is so meta…and so critical!
Galerie Nod is a part of Experimental Space Nod, which is a connection of “bold and off-beat theatre and dance performances, art exhibitions, audiovisual events and a café.” It consists of theatrical Teatro NoD, artistic Gallery NoD and Events NoD. This place is associated with many famous names and Pavel Korbička is no exception. He is an… Read More Event of Space – Pavel Korbička –Galerie NoD – March 4 – April 6, 2016
DOT Gallery is a very nice place in Bratislava, where you enter the stylish café at first, and then, it leads you downstairs into the magic art space. It focuses on contemporary art of well-known, but also budding artists. This gallery offers a lot of additional programs like lectures, discussions or commented tours. One of… Read More AFTER – Erika Miklóšová – DOT Gallery – February 10 – February 27, 2016
Venuše ve Švehlovce is a small Prague theatre, in which you will probably not find some kind of opera, ballet, or classical plays, but you will certainly find a pleasure due to the alternative scene with many contemporary productions. However, this place is used not only as a theatre venue, but it is also a very good space… Read More Free Art Friday – Venuše ve Švehlovce – March 4, 2016 (Petra Tůmová)
Galerie Václava Špály is a Prague gallery which is named according to Czech artist Václav Špála (1885 – 1946). This place looks like a recently opened center for contemporary art, however it was established in 1957. Galerie Václava Špály held a lot of exhibitions of very well known artists like Veronika Šrek Bromová, František Skála,… Read More Jakub Špaňhel – Obrazy 1648 – 2016 – Galerie Václava Špály – January 29 – March 13, 2016