Centre for Contemporary Art DOX
- 4. – 10. 9. 2023
Jan Vytiska’s largest project to date is now on view at the DOX Centre for Contemporary Art. The exhibition of 32 large-format canvases presents a typically thematic treatment of a mix of Wallachian folklore and pop culture references. However, it extends this theme. More landscapes, mountain ranges or flowering meadows appear, contrasting with the scene for which they create a framework. However, Vytiska does not stop mixing all these references with his own romantic gesture.
- 3.- 20. 8. 2023
The work of Krištof Kintera needs no introduction. However, for the exhibition at DOX he has exchanged complex kinetic sculptures for a more traditional medium, namely drawing. Even though Kintera’s drawings are unconventional. Three-dimensional works that most would call collage or assemblage can be seen at the Centre for Contemporary Art until August.
- 3. – 16. 10. 2023
We invite you on a bohemian historical journey through post-war Paris and New York, through the swinging London of the 1960s and the non-conformist art of Tehran and Beijing. What is bohemia? The current exhibition at Kunsthalle Prague explores this phenomenon. Curated by Russell Ferguson, the exhibition features works by artists such as: Nan Goldin, Libuše Jarcovjáková, Wang Jin and Wolfgang Tillmans.
- 3. – 14. 5. 2023
Ján Gajdušek, curator of the exhibition Kingdom of Hex at MeetFactory, reflects with the artists on the ecological and economic crisis and the post-truth world full of misinformation, uncertainties and conspiracy theories. The theme of the exhibition is related to broader developments within the contemporary cultural scene and focuses on the current form of romantic tendencies in the visual arts. Among the exhibitors you can see works by Nela Britaňáková, Masha Kovtun, Matyáš Maláč and Šimon Sýkora.
3. 3. – 14. 5. 2023
The first solo exhibition of former MeetFactory resident Jakub Hošek at the Kostka Gallery is intended as a thematic equivalent to the Kingdom of Hex exhibition. It will present a selection of the artist’s works from the last 10 years. Hošek’s work includes abstracted or textual visual decals of phenomena and signs based on urban subcultures, whose ever-changing formal language he transforms into his own painterly identity.