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  • Metronome Festival

    19.06.2020 00:00 - 20.06.2020 00:00 Large multi-genre festival in Prague Metronome Festival Prague is an international music festival, which has been held since 2016 each year at the Exhibition Grounds in Holešovice, not far from the centre of Prague. It offers performances from the most impressive international stars along with the best of the Czech music scene. Besides quality music and top sound, the festival also offers an atmospheric amphitheatre and sheltered concerts. The festival stage has been performed on by some of the most popular world artists, such as Sting, and British rock group Kasabian.  

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  • Beer at Prague Castle

    12.06.2020 00:00 - 13.06.2020 00:00 More than 140 kinds of beers at a single place in Prague! Microbreweries are the waters of life and a modern phenomenon of brewing skills. Twenty-five years ago there only existed one microbrewery in the Czech Republic, the brewery U Fleků; today there are approximately one hundred and seventy. Several dozen microbreweries will present their unique beers at a special degustation held for the third time on Střelecké Way under the Royal Summer Palace at the Royal Gardens at Prague Castle in Prague. You will learn about different kinds of beers and styles along with the historical roots of Czech and Moravian brewing. The price of admission includes a testing glass and an extensive catalog with a variety of information about the participating microbreweries and the beer specials being offered.

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  • Carnival in Český Krumlov

    22.02.2020 00:00 - 25.02.2020 00:00 A great folk festival in the charming South Bohemian city of Český Krumlov. Carnival season, meaning the period from the Epiphany to Ash Wednesday, was the holiday of feasting. Banquets were held at the royal court, dances in the cities, and hog roasts in the countryside – all of it culminating in a masquerade on Shrove Tuesday, i.e. the Tuesday before Ash Wednesday. Among the Czech cities and villages celebrating the most charming carnival traditions is Český Krumlov. The medieval streets are the scenes of masked processions accompanied by street theater, jugglers and musicians, dancing and lavish hospitality.

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  • The Jizerská 50 ski race

    07.02.2020 00:00 - 09.02.2020 00:00 Come and enjoy the unique atmosphere of a prestigious ski race! The mountains of the Czech Republic have not seen an event more famous than the Jizerská 50. This race offers a challenge for many, along with a great experience, enjoyment of sporting performance and also tradition.

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  • Grand Restaurant Festival

    15.01.2020 08:44 - 28.02.2020 08:44 Taste sumptuous delicacies in the best restaurants at discounted festival prices! Grand Restaurant Festival takes place right in the interior of selected establishments from the Maurer's Grand Restaurant Selection  gastronomic guide. People can sample sumptuous delicacies at discounted festival prices.Once again both traditional and original dishes conceived by the best chefs in the country will await you. You can sample dainties such as fillet of crocodile, quail legs on pancetta stuffing, half a Canadian lobster prepared according to the Maine style or grilled fillet of Litomyšl trout.The unique gastronomic event is being held by the organizers of the successful project Prague Food Festival. The idea of the festival is to enable anyone who is interested in high-quality cuisine to visit the best and also often the most expensive Czech etablishments, for a symbolic price.   

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  • Ice Hockey World Junior Championship

    26.12.2019 10:45 - 05.01.2020 10:45 Top world ice hockey is coming back to Czech Republic. The 2020 IIHF World Junior Championship will take place from 26th December 2019 to 5th January 2020 in Ostrava and Trinec. It is one of the most important events in world ice hockey - regarding its importance, it takes the third place after the Olympic Games and the men’s World Championship. The games with the best ten U20 national teams will be played at Ostravar Arena (with a capacity for almost 10,000 fans) in Ostrava and Werk Arena (can hold 5,200 fans) in Trinec. Both cities are located in the Moravian-Silesian Region in the east of the country close to the border with Poland and Slovakia.  

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  • Christmas Markets in Prague

    30.11.2019 00:00 - 06.01.2020 00:00 The unique atmosphere of the most charming Christmas markets in the world. Christmas and Christmas markets are the best things about the winter. Those held in Prague can pride themselves on having been voted the most beautiful of these events by the USA Today readers in an extensive opinion poll.

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  • Prague Beer Fest

    29.11.2019 09:18 - 30.11.2019 09:18 Come and taste autumn, winter and Christmas special beers At Prague Beer Fest you can taste great beer specialties of Czech brewers and sample new gastronomic specialties matched to beers. The exhibition will be up to 30 Czech and foreign brewers who will present the best of their production. The event will take place in the iconic Pragovka areal which is located on the premises of the former Praga factory.  

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  • Austerlitz – Commemoration of the anniversary of the Battle of Austerlitz

    29.11.2019 00:00 - 01.12.2019 00:00 The Battle of Austerlitz is annually recalled in a reenactment and a tour of the château with Napoleon and Mass. You can commemorate the most famous Napoleonic battle, Austerlitz, at the château in Slavkov near Brno, at the Peace Monument, and other places every year in late November and early December. It took place on December 2nd, 1805, and using ingenious tactics the French emperor was able to defeat a much greater force in a more strategic position. One of the most attractive points of the program is a battle reenactment near the village of Tvarožná with nine hundred soldiers in period uniforms. There will be an evening parade with fireworks in Slavkov, with a final act of piety taking place at the Peace Monument. The commemorative event will include military camps, concerts, and an advent crafts fair on Slavkov Square and in the courtyard[…]

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  • Advent & Christmas Český Krumlov

    29.11.2019 00:00 - 06.01.2020 00:00 Let yourself be charmed by the beautiful Christmas atmosphere of the city of Český Krumlov! In Český Krumlov you can enjoy the picturesque streets, traditional Czech Advent market with lots of scented good things to eat, Christmas concerts, and a live nativity scene. The magic of the city during Advent is clear from the program: the public lighting of the Christmas tree, singing carols, St. Nicholas Day, Advent photo shoot at the Museum of Seidel Photo Studio, a Christmas cruise on a raft, or letters to baby Jesus. The big attraction you won’t experience anywhere else is the Bear's Christmas, when the bears from the Krumlov castle moat celebrate Christmas Eve as well!

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  • Christmas in Brno

    29.11.2019 00:00 - 05.01.2020 00:00 Come experience the true Advent atmosphere of the Christmas markets in the heart of Brno Christmas in Brno means Christmas markets and cultural programmes on Liberty Square and throughout Brno – the Cabbage Market, Moravian Square, and Radnická Street. Dozens of sellers offer their handicrafts, various sweet delicacies, pork specialties, hot punch, mead, and other Christmas goodies.  

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  • Advent and Christmas in Plzeň

    23.11.2019 12:00 - 23.12.2019 12:00 Enjoy the magical atmosphere of Plzeň decorated for Advent Every year, there is a Christmas market on Republic Square in Plzeň. The square is full of Christmas atmosphere and the scents of mulled wine, punch, and Christmas cookies. There is also a rich cultural programme, including carols, a Christmas tree lighting, and a living nativity scene. There are dozens of stalls with craft products and craft demonstrations, as well as refreshments and tasty regional specialties. During Advent, there are also special guided Advent tours in the centre of Plzeň that take you through the history of Christmas and regional Christmas customs and traditions. The Gothic St Bartholomew’s Cathedral is the main sanctuary in the city, and, in addition to regular church services throughout the Advent season, there are concerts and a nativity scene on display. The cathedral tower offers an interesting view of the city[…]

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  • Christmas markets Olomouc

    22.11.2019 00:00 - 24.12.2019 00:00 Traditional Christmas markets in the historic center of Olomouc. You can enjoy different types of punch, mulled wine, and other hot drinks at every Christmas market, but hardly so many as you will find in Olomouc, where punch and Nuremberg wine have become a Christmas favorite. Whoever comes to the Olomouc Christmas markets and in particular to “punch town” on the Upper Square can enjoy wine and punch with various spices, sweet and bitter, improved with rum, cherry brandy or orange. The Christmas markets are naturally accompanied by a colorful program. Popular bands of all genres will be performing, as will a theater for children and adults, and Advent traditions and contemporary attractions will be on display, not to mention a carved nativity scene and outdoor skating rink.

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  • Havel For President! The Year 1989 In Photographs

    13.11.2019 11:20 - 16.02.2020 11:20 Exhibition of photographs in the Trade Fair Palace commemorates the fall of Communism. Czech documentary photography had a special position in the 1980s. In opposition to official art, which favoured decorativism and superficiality, photography had a reputation for truth and moral heroism. Documentary photographs offered a chance to retain the purity of one’s integrity in the gloomy political situation and find a place in the world. Defiance and non-conformism but also official disgrace were natural parts of such manifestations. In spite of that, many artists photographed symbols of the regime (Lubomír Kotek), shop windows testifying to the dismal economic and political situation (Iren Stehli) or they critically reflected the official holidays (Vladimír Birgus, Jaroslav Bárta, Dana Kyndrová), activities of the underground scene (Bohdan Holomíček, Tomki Němec), protests against the regime (Radovan Boček, Karel Cudlín, Jan Jindra, Jaroslav Kučera, Pavel Štecha, Jiří Všetečka etc.) or the[…]

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  • 1796–1917: Art Of The Longest Century

    13.11.2019 10:52 - 31.12.2020 10:53 New display of the collections of the National Gallery Prague in the 4th floor of Trade Fair Palace The exhibition’s concept is based on important themes characteristic for the art of the given period (portrait, landscape, history, religion etc.). Displayed are also the artworks housed in the National Gallery Prague that have never been shown at exhibitions, although they represent major examples of contemporary art, such as those by Caspar David Friedrich, Lovis Corinth, Max Klinger, Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky, Anton Romak and many others. The exhibition also shows the artworks from the so-called French Collection, which have always been displayed separately, e.g. those by Eugène Delacroix, Camille Corot, Paul Gauguin, Vincent van Gogh or Pablo Picasso and André Derain. Visitors can see also sculptures by Václav Levý, Josef Václav Myslbek, Josef Mařatka, Ladislav Šaloun, František Bílek, Stanislav Sucharda, Michael Powolny, Constantin Meunier and Auguste Rodin.[…]

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  • St. Martin Jihlava

    11.11.2019 00:00 - 11.11.2019 00:00 The light outside may be waning, but the light within us must be constantly enhanced. The feast of St. Martin, coupled with brotherly compassion and distance from suffering, is the traditional celebration of autumn. The theme of mercy in a dark time of year with cold, emptiness and loneliness is a glimmer of hope and consolation. One of the most beautiful St. Martin’s processions, led by St. Martin on a white horse, marches through the city of Jihlava every year. Music is played, the night is lit up by fireworks over the city, and the people in the parade and in the streets glow with lanterns, called Martin Lights. These glowing lanterns are reminiscent of the stars in heaven, which enhances the light in people and the warmth in their hearts.

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  • Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival

    24.10.2019 00:00 - 29.10.2019 00:00 The festival of independent documentary films, the largest of its kind, in Central and Eastern Europe. The International Documentary Film Festival in Ji.hlava pays tribute to courage and risk. Documentary films strike viewers as works of art, which encourage thinking about the world from different perspectives. The basis of the festival program are four competitions: Opus bonum for worldwide documentaries revealing for their themes and film language; Czech Joy for the latest domestic production; Between the Seas for striking scenes from the countries of Central and Eastern Europe; and the fourth section is Fascination, which is intended for experimental documentaries. In addition to screenings, you can look forward to exhibitions, discussions with filmmakers, writers, and film theorists and historians, meetings with industry professionals, and more.

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  • Wine Festival Český Krumlov

    18.10.2019 10:28 - 23.11.2019 10:28 Celebration of wine in Český Krumlov Český Krumlov Wine Festival brings yet again an enticing mosaic of wine experiences. Their special menu will be served during November. St. Martin traditionally arrives on his white horse on the 11th day in November bringing not only the first snow but also first wine of the year. This marks the beginning of the Feast of St. Martin in Český Krumlov. Selected local restaurants will offer St. Martin´s wine, roast goose and other specialties. The Český Krumlov Wine Festival culminates in a Castle Wine Celebration, where you can taste over 300 wine samples of the Czech and foreign wineries.  

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  • November 1989 in Pilsen

    17.10.2019 12:41 - 12.01.2020 12:42 Exhibition The ehibition "November 1989" takes us to a last phase the normalization period of the Czechoslovakia history. This period terminated in the fall of the communist regime on 17th November 1989. The exhibition focuses primarily on the Pilsen region. This period is documented by artifacts, documenta, posters and photographs and reminds not only life in real cosialism, but also of its revolutionary conclusion. Another interesting feature of the exhibition concepts is the fact that the direct participants of the November Revolution in Pilsen collaborate in general design of the exhibition.

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  • Designblok Prague

    17.10.2019 00:00 - 21.10.2019 00:00 The largest design event in the Czech Republic will introduce you to the latest trends in contemporary design! Designblok is one of the largest and most prestigious events of its kind in Central Europe and Prague offers a good example of it to other European cities. This selective show is dedicated to design in all its forms. This indoor exhibition offers a fashion show, displays of jewelry, clothing, furniture, home furnishings, lighting, and industrial and utilitarian design from top Czech designers. Designblok represents not only individual creators, but also design studios, schools, and visionary projects from international brands. You can also enjoy a show with the works of the winners of the National Award for Student Design, which has taken place in various forms since 1991.

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  • Strings of Autumn Prague

    15.10.2019 00:00 - 13.11.2019 00:00 Exceptional figures are again preparing for this 21st international music festival. Every year members of the current international music scene of various genres, from classical music to jazz, crossover and old music to world music come to this Prague festival in autumn. The Strings of Autumn seeks a broad perspective to convey the immense diversity of the music world to audiences, regardless of the well-traveled ruts of certain genre.

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  • Technology & Dictatorship

    09.10.2019 13:06 - 03.03.2020 13:07 Exhibition commemorating the 30th anniversary of the Velvet Revolution The exhibition commemorating the 30th anniversary of the Velvet Revolution will showcase technological means used by the former communist state to suppress basic human freedoms and also the means used by individuals and groups to express their resistance or illegally leave the country. Main focus is put on the time of the so called normalization in the 1970s and 80s. The exhibition was prepared in cooperation with the Institute for the Study of Totalitarian Regimes and the Military Institute Prague.

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  • Václav Hollar And The Art Of Drawing

    04.10.2019 10:19 - 05.01.2020 10:19 Exhibition in Kinsky Palace Wenceslaus Hollar (1607 Prague – 1677 London) has mainly been presented at exhibitions and in books as a graphic artist, but less as a draughtsman. This exhibition will be the first to focus almost exclusively on his drawings, their artistic quality and significance enhanced by the comparison of Hollar’s artworks with those by his predecessors, contemporaries and followers, such as Joris Hoefnagel, Matthäus Merian the Elder, Rembrandt van Rijn, Lambert Doomer or Francis Place and others. On display will also be several prints and paintings by the artists, who had a relationship to Hollar’s work. The exhibition will present a number of first-quality artworks loaned from major European collections, such as the British Museum in London, Kupferstichkabinett in Berlin, the Albertina in Vienna and many other museums and private collections.

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  • Outdoors Film

    04.10.2019 00:00 - 06.12.2019 00:00 The International Festival of Outdoor Films. The Outdoors Film Festival is the largest traveling showcase of films not only in Czech Republic but throughout the world. It regularly travels to more than forty Czech cities, stopping also in Slovakia and Russia. These films take us to different places on the planet, often to an environment where ordinary “mortals” never make it to. Besides adventure and travel films, the festival program also includes scenes focused on extreme and adventure sports, mountaineering and mountain films, as well as scenes dedicated to water sports.

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  • November 1989 in the Streets of Prague

    25.09.2019 12:02 - 26.04.2020 12:03 The exhibition features photographs revealing events preceding the Velvet Revolution. Featuring posters, leaflets, photographs, and film shots, the exhibition presents the City of Prague in November and December 1989. Visitors will learn about the principal events and leading figures of this historical moment which actively contributed to the dismantling of the totalitarian regime, dominated by the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia thirty years ago. The exhibition covers the period of political changes in Czechoslovakia between 17 November and 29 December 1989.  

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  • Prague 1989 – The Path to Freedom

    25.09.2019 10:08 - 29.12.2019 10:08 Outdoor panel exhibition The exhibition introduces to the visitors the crucial moments of our modern history which took place in Prague and heralded the end of the communist regime in Czechoslovakia. Historical photographs, leaflets, and posters show the social and political situation in Czechoslovakia at the end of the 1980s and especially the most significant moments of the critical year 1989 on the path to the desired freedom.  

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  • Petr Sís: On Flying and Other Dreams

    13.09.2019 11:54 - 20.01.2020 11:54 Enter the world of internationally renowned artist, author, and illustrator Petr Sís. Enter the fantasy world full of adventurous journeys, dreams, memories, travellers, seafarers, aeronauts. The exhibition project On Flying and Other Dreams features five books by Petr Sís that focus on the subject of “inner” and “outer” freedom. The award-winning autobiographical book The Wall – Growing up Behind the Iron Curtain (2008) tells of imaginary and real walls, of a world where freedom remains a mere dream. In The Three Golden Keys (2007), the author returns to the Prague of his childhood. But this time it is a city that in a child’s eyes comes alive with legends, dreams, and stories. His version of the Persian poem The Conference of Birds (2011) as well as the books The Pilot and the Little Prince (2014) and Robinson (2017) touch upon universal questions concerning human freedom and its importance.  

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  • Old Masters

    13.09.2019 10:01 - 31.12.2020 10:01 A new permanent exhibition of the Collection of Old Masters in Schwarzenberg Palace The exhibition Old Masters in the Schwarzenberg Palace presents selected key artworks from the Collection of Old Masters (Hans von Aachen, Petr Brandl, Matthias Bernard Braun, Lucas Cranach, Adriaen de Vries, Albrecht Dürer, El Greco, Francisco José Goya, Hans Holbein, Jan Gossaert, also known as Jan Mabuse, Rembrandt van Rijn, Jusepe de Ribera, Peter Paul Rubens, Bartholomaeus Spranger, Karel Škréta, Simon Vouet,  Michael Leopold Willmann and others).  

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  • Josef Chuchma: Cut-outs (of Normalization)

    13.09.2019 10:00 - 03.11.2019 10:00 Exhibition in Leica Gallery Prague Josef Chuchma selected the photographs for the Leica Gallery Prague exhibitions from hundreds of images taken from 1975 to the second half of the eighties. Their genre could be described as a humanistic document which is interlinked with the classical black and white photography technique. The pictures capture Czechoslovakia in 1970’s and 1980’s. They reflect the social atmosphere of that time, having been taken within different events – at concerts, festivals, religious festivities and ceremonial oaths.  

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  • Emil Filla – Heracles Fights the Bull

    20.08.2019 12:45 - 17.11.2019 12:45 Exhibition presenting the Filla’s graphic work The small exhibition presents the Filla’s graphic work from the 1930s and 1940s, namely the cycle Fights and Struggles (1937) and the album Heracles (1945) reflecting Filla’s fight against the demons of his time. The motif of the fight appeared in Filla’s work in the second half of the 1930s, when aggressive Nazi ideology grew considerably stronger in Europe. He was one of the first European artists to warn against the dangers of Fascism.  

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  • Wenceslaus IV, King of Bohemia and of the Romans

    16.08.2019 12:05 - 03.11.2019 12:06 The exhibition commemorates the 600th anniversary of the death of Václav IV, (1361-1419), who was the eldest son of Charles IV. It focuses on Wenceslaus' personality and his court; the political situation of that time is reflected. Visitors have an opportunity to familiarize themselves with the milestones of his life and with his two wives – Joanna of Bavaria (1362-1386) and Sofia of Bavaria (1376-1428) and to explore the precursors of the Hussite Wars.   Furthermore, Bohemia’s Beautiful Style will be presented. Around 1400 art throughout Europe was distinguished from the art of the preceding decades by a new gracefulness in its figures, sculptural fullness being combined with elegance, fondness for decorative effects. Sculptures, paintings, interesting documents and other original items are loaned to manifest the beauty of this style.  

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  • Alberto Giacometti

    19.07.2019 09:18 - 01.12.2019 09:19 Exhibition in Trade Fair Palace The retrospective exhibition presents the works by one of the major 20th-century artists, sculptor and painter Alberto Giacometti (1901–1966) for the first time in the Czech Republic. His main theme was the human figure. He became well-known for compelling elongated figures done after World War II, but no less important are his artworks from the interwar period, when he was a key member of the Paris avant-garde. The National Gallery Prague prepares this exhibition in cooperation with the Paris-based Fondation Giacometti, which administers the estate of Annette and Alberto Giacometti. The selection of the exhibits from its collections, which is shown in the Trade Fair Palace, includes more than one hundred sculptures (including rare originals of plaster), paintings and drawings from all Giacometti’s creative periods, from the 1920s to 1960s.  

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  • Helmut Newton in Dialogue. Fashions and Fictions.

    29.06.2019 13:11 - 28.10.2019 13:11 The exhibition prepared by Museum Kampa in cooperation with the Kicken Berlin It exhibits photographs by the famous German-Australian photographer Helmut Newton and puts them in the context of interwar photography and compares them with the work of his contemporaries. Besides other events dedicated to the centenary of Meda Mládková, this exhibition project is in line with the exhibition programme of the Museum Kampa focusing on presenting personalities associated with lifestyle and fashion, which were crucial for Meda Mládková’s design projects in Washington.   The exhibition is divided into four sections, presenting step-by-step Newton’s sources of inspiration (Erwin Blumenfeld, František Drtikol, Horst P. Horst, George Hoyningen-Huene, etc.) and his most prolific creative period from 1950 to 2000. The exhibition also includes works by Newton’s contemporaries (for example, Irving Penn, Richard Avedon, etc.). The exhibition is crowned by the section entitled “Czech Traces”, where a selection[…]

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  • French Impressionism

    28.06.2019 11:26 - 20.10.2019 11:26 Exhibition of National Gallery in Kinsky Palace Monet “is nothing but an eye – but what an eye!”. That is how Paul Cézanne appreciated his colleague Claude Monet, who sought to capture an immediate impression in a given moment in his paintings. For him and other Impressionists, a personal experience from the nature or city and plein-air painting were important. The artworks full of light and colours will be shown at an exhibition, which will present a unique collection of French art from the Ordrupgaard Museum in Denmark.  

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  • 1989: Fall of the Iron Curtain

    31.05.2019 12:20 - 30.11.2019 12:20 Exhibition in the Queen’s Anne Summer Palace mapping the year 1989 in central Europe The exhibition displays works of about seventy Czech, Slovak and foreign authors, such as Jindřich Šreit, Viktor Kolář, Vladimír Birgus, Pavel Štecha, Herbert Slavík, Jan Šilpoch, Karol Kállay, Andrej Bán, Dana Kyndrová, Miroslav Zajíc, Jaroslav Kučera and others. They offer their authentic testimony about what happened before 30 years in the time when the countries of the so-called Socialist Bloc began to move towards democracy and freedom.  

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  • Manifesto Market

    15.03.2019 09:30 - 31.10.2019 09:30 A new cultural and gastro popup market in the heart of Prague. 27 containers full of food, music, art, design and fun. Manifesto market is a completely cashless place, the first of its kind in the Czech Republic and one of the first in Europe. Welcome to the future. Pay by credit card or payment app. Bring some coins for tips! Manifesto staff will like that. You can find art, design, music, workshops, films and a variety of the top vegan, vegetarian, fish, meat, dim sum, and tons of other Czech and global flavors at Manifesto Market.  

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  • The Wine Salon of the Czech Republic at Valtice Chateau

    30.01.2019 18:06 - 31.12.2019 18:07 Beer is not the only beverage popular in the Czech Republic; increasing numbers of people are enjoying good quality Moravian Wine. The Wine Salon is the final of the annual national competition which presents awards for Champion Wine, Category Winners and the Best Collection. In addition, the 100 best wines will receive the title of Wine Salon of the Czech Republic, and they can be tasted in the cellar grounds of Valtice Chateau, a UNESCO Listed Site.

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  • Exhibition 1945-1989

    28.10.2018 15:08 - 31.12.2019 15:09 The new permanent exhibition of post-war art in Trade Fair Palace The new permanent exhibition of post-war art will be based on two main principles of approaching artworks. The first approach, represented by the main stream of the exhibition, presents the artworks as bearers of artistic and spiritual values in and of themselves. Through paintings, sculptures and works on paper, the exhibition attempts to show how post-war art followed from surrealist currents, and introduces the Paris school as well as the new poetic of the modern life. Aside from individual artists, the exhibition will follow the forms and specifics of Czech abstraction, the return to geometrical and figural ways of expression, the fundamental changes in understanding art towards conceptual expression, the ways of relating to nature and the new comebacks of painting and sculpture in the 1980s. The artworks will be presented not only according[…]

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  • 1918-1938: The First Republic – An Exhibition Project of the National Gallery in Prague

    24.10.2018 14:54 - 31.12.2019 14:54 The exhibition project on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the foundation of Czechoslovakia presents both icons of world art and distinguished Czech artists. The exhibition project has the character of a medium-long collection exposition on the 3rd floor of the Fair Trade Palace in Prague, installed at the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the foundation of the Czechoslovak Republic. The exposition presents the rich and cosmopolitan art and the artistic business in the twenty years of independent Czechoslovakia, between 1918 and 1938, including the French collection that the country purchased five years after it was founded. You can explore the works of Gauguin, Picasso, van Gogh and Matisse, next to the art of Čapek, Špála and Toyen. The exposition does not solely focus on artwork; it goes beyond disciplines – starting with book typography to applied design.  

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  • Czech-Slovak Exhibition (1918-2018)

    18.10.2018 14:32 - 31.10.2019 14:32 The exhibition will focus primarily on historical and cultural relations between Moravia and Slovakia in the 19th and 20th centuries. A special attention will be paid to intersections in the field of education, to the migration of the population and eminent personalities as a consequence of political, religious and professional conditions.

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  • Something purely Czech: Cubism in architecture

    03.12.2015 13:49 - 31.12.2019 14:09 Join us for a unique exhibition dedicated to Czech cubism. Where else but at one of the most famous cubist buildings in the Czech Republic. In the center of Prague, a short distance from Old Town Square or Municipal House, stands a building very different from the others. Located on its front side is a black statue of the Virgin Mary. And that’s why this imposing building is called the House of the Black Madonna. What’s so special about it? It is one of the finest examples of a purely Czech invention: cubism in architecture. Its furnishings are also cubist. A unique and long-awaited exhibition dedicated to Czech creativity in this style will open here on 20 November. Furniture, ceramics, posters, graphic designs or selected works of cubist painting by Emil Filla and Josef Čapek and many others will blend in perfectly with the environment.[…]

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