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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A monumental installation by Slovak artists Bohuš and Monika Kubinský commemorates the 100th anniversary of the beginning of World War I. The second part of the exhibition presents personal stories of veterans of the Great War.
Eleven galleries, one evening, one district! After a break of almost two years, we at DOX have decided to revive this project, and have assumed its organisation. Prague 7’s Gallery Evening is again returning. Take a look on our program!
An educational programme for schools from The Role of Art/Roles in Art set of programmes now specially prepared for the Front Line exhibition.
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”.
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.
Another exhibition at the Art Archive at DOX covers three Mongolian expeditions embarked upon by Lumír Jisl, a leading Czechoslovak researcher in the area of Mongolian archaeology and an expert in Oriental art and material culture. The Czech public has its first opportunity to see his unique photos.