Motto: In an age when growing numbers of people tend to think dangerously alike, art´s capacity to suspend, even for a moment, our habitual ways of seeing may well prove to be of its greatest value.
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Within the upcoming exhibition project THIS PLACE you will have a chance to attend 3 special round tables with all 12 photographers. The registration form will be active as of 1 October 2014.
COMING SOON: A monumental international project THIS PLACE will have its world premiere at DOX in October 2014. It will introduce images by twelve renowned photographers – Wendy Ewald, Martin Kollar, Josef Koudelka, Jungjin Lee, Gilles Peress, Fazal Sheikh, Stephen Shore, Rosalind Solomon, Thomas Struth, Jeff Wall, Nick Waplington, and author of the project Frederic Brenner – who created a diverse and fragmented portrait of Israel as a highly contested place with all its rifts and paradoxes.
For the third time the StartPoint exhibition brings to DOX the most interesting members of the coming generation of European artists. During the twelve years of its existence, StartPoint has evolved from a national exhibition to an extensive project which apart from introducing young artists, aims to create a platform for encounters between up-and-coming artists and experts across countries, traditions and genres.
The exhibition presents a cross-section of the work of leading Czech architect Martin Rajniš and his studio, emphasizing work from the last 12 years. Rajniš, who travelled to Paris in May to receive a prestigious award for his outstanding contribution to world architecture, follows a philosophy of “natural architecture”.
Graphic designer Václav Bláha´s focus on books is characterized by simplicity of design, harmony between text, typography, and artistic elements. The exhibition in the Art Archive will represent illustrations, cover designs and their proofs and several books.
The exhibition at the Art Archive at DOX presents one of Miroslav Salava’s notebooks of poems. It exists as one unique copy and contains a number of the author’s drawings, poems, photos or letters from literary friends which allow us to hear the voice of poetry and glimpse its face.