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THE KELTS

25.5.2018 - 24.2.2019

czePraha - Nová budova Národního muzea The exhibition will put on show finds from Hallstatt culture graves of the wealthy as well as less ostentatious ones, with examples of the distinctive geometric style of decoration, occurring mostly on painted vessels and beautiful bronze jewellery. The La Tène culture period in Bohemia will be presented via two main themes – the spiritual world and everyday life in the settlements. It will also show the phenomenon of the rise of pile dwellings and fortified settlements that later changed into oppida, preceding urban settlements. From their organization and standard of living, it is clear that Bohemia, together with other areas of La Tène culture, laid the foundations of historic Europe.

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PRAGUE 1848 - 1918

13.6.2018 - 24.2.2019

czePraha - Muzeum hlavního města Prahy, Na Poříčí 52 The exhibition will present two important moments in the history of Prague – the events of 1848, especially the Pentecostal Uprising, and the declaration of the independent Czechoslovak state on 28 October 1918 including the reflections of Prague life which resulted in the establishment of Czechoslovakia. Furthermore, the exhibition will show the changes in Prague during the second half of the 19th century. Over several decades, Prague underwent remarkable modernisation, was surrounded by suburbs, and constructed many transport structures and important public buildings. Altogether, Prague was transformed into a modern metropolis.

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Unknown heroine by the radio station

16.8.2018 - 31.3.2019

czePraha - Národní památník na Vítkově The panel exhibition “Unknown heroine by the radio station” introduces the story of a doctor from the paramedic team who treated the wounded by the Czech Radio building during the worst fighting on 21 August 1968. The exhibition is based on her letter, which is deposited in the National Museum’s collection. The letter the young doctor wrote to her parents a week after the invasion gives unique testimony about the situation in the streets of occupied Prague, as well as evidence of the courage of this young woman. The letter offers a singular view of events in the capital from the perspective of a paramedic.

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FRANTIŠEK HUDEČEK V KRESBĚ A GRAFICE 40. LET 20. STOLETÍ

24.10.2018 - 31.3.2019

czePraha - Veletržní palác 

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JOSEF ŠÍMA: THE ROAD TO LE GRAND JEU

26.10.2018 - 24.2.2019

czeBrno - Moravská galerie The exhibition project aims to map the Šíma’s work from the early 1930s. The focus of the project lies on the occasion of the first time in the Czech Republic to present in detail and on unique pieces and documents one of the most remarkable chapters of the Czech avant-garde art abroad - the Šíma’s main influence in the Parisian group "Le Grand Jeu".

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FRANTIŠEK KUPKA - ČECH

26.10.2018 - 3.3.2019

cze Výstava připravena ve spolupráci s Galerií Zdeněk Sklenář

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Czech-Slovak / Slovak-Czech Exhibition

28.10.2018 - 30.6.2019

czePraha - Národní muzeum This exhibition in the Historical Building of the National Museum will introduce the history of the common state of Czechs and Slovaks.

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Car Race 1000 Miles of Czechoslovakia

7.11.2018 - 10.3.2019

czePraha - Národní technické muzeum This exhibition stands in NTM to reminds us the history as well as the present of famous First Republic era race known as 1000 Miles Czechoslovakia. This exhibition presents some of the cars that attended the races in the era of First Republic: Aero 750 Sport Coupé, Wikov 7/28 and Jawa 750.

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RETRO ZIMA ZA SOCÍKU

14.11.2018 - 3.3.2019

czePraha - Tančící dům Výstava unikátních předmětů denní potřeby 70. a 80. let.

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BONJOUR, MONSIEUR GAUGUIN: CZECH ARTISTS IN BRITTANY 1850–1950

16.11.2018 - 17.3.2019

czePraha - Palác Kinských The exhibition provides details about the presence of Czech artists in Brittany in 1850–1950, and evaluates how they depicted its rough landscape or traditional motifs and the influence of the Pont-Aven school on their work or its unique character. Works by Czech artists (such as Jaroslav Čermák, Antonín Chitussi, Alfons Mucha, Josef Čapek, František Kupka, Jan Zrzavý, Alén Diviš, Toyen, Jan Křížek) are presented and compared to paintings by foreign artists, such as Paul Gauguin, Paul Sérusier and Émil Bernard.

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JIŘÍ SOZANSKÝ: SIGNUM ACTUS

25.11.2018 - 17.3.2019

czeKutná Hora - GASK The exhibition presents a series of Sozanský’s paintings, prints and drawings from the late 1960s and early ’70s on the theme of Job and the suffering of Christ together with the more recent series ‘16. 1. 1969’, ‘Place’, ‘Memorials’, ‘Signum Actus / Sign of an Act’ and ‘Locus Actionis / Scene of an Act’ inspired by the martyrial protest of Palach and Zajíc. We can find a mutual link between these series in the moral principle of the ‘suffering righteous man’.

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THE TRANSFORMATION OF GEOMETRY / COLLECTIONS SIEGFRIED GRAUWINKEL, BERLIN AND MIROSLAV VELFL, PRAGUE

28.11.2018 - 31.3.2019

czePraha - Městská knihovna The exhibition project employs the profile of two significant private collections – Sammlung Siegfried Grauwinkel, Berlin, and Miroslav Velfl, Prague – to present gems by outstanding Czech and foreign artists, based on reductive geometric or, respectively, structural concepts.

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AALTOVA PŘÍRODA

4.12.2018 - 10.3.2019

czeZlín - Krajská galerie Výstava se zaměřuje na méně známé a lehce opomíjené období v tvorbě architekta, u něhož se ve 30. letech projevil velký zájem o tradiční japonskou architekturu.

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FEMINIST AVANT-GARDE

12.12.2018 - 24.2.2019

czeBrno - Dům umění The Brno House of Arts presents the international collective exhibition “The Feminist Avant-garde of the 1970s“ comprising over 300 artworks from the Vienna SAMMLUNG VERBUND collection.

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PROBE 1 - THE STORY OF SLOVAK (POST)CONCEPTUAL ART

12.12.2018 - 24.3.2019

czePraha - Dům U Kamenného zvonu The exhibition will introduce Czech public into one of the crucial tendencies found in modern and contemporary Slovak art. It will focus on the origination and development of Conceptual and post-Conceptual Art within the horizon of the past fifty years in Slovakia, i.e. from the alternative, unofficial scene of the 1960s to the post-1989 legal artistic platform

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