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The exhibition KAFKAesque focuses on reflections on Kafka’s work and poetics in contemporary visual art offering not a historical perspective of his work, but a view that reflects our present-day situation with all its complexities and ambiguities.

Czech Hero

Satirical physical theater production Czech Hero by the theatre ensemble Farm in the Cave, which focuses on the contemporary and pressing topic of disinformation and political marketing. Movement, words, live music, dynamics, energy, exaggeration. All this in the DOX+ hall.

Kamila Ženatá: Everything Like at the Dawn of the World

The exhibition will present large-format abstract canvases by the Czech artist Kamila Ženatá, created over the last few years. A constant in her work is the constant search, the desire for knowledge, the effort to get closer to the mystery of human existence and to understand the order of the world.

Franz Kafka's Drawings

Eminent Kafka scholar Andreas Kilcher will present drawings by Franz Kafka discovered in 2019 in the context of Kafka's biography and art history as well as his literary work and his impressive book, which has been translated into ten languages to date.

Pavel Forman: Transforman

The exhibition will present thirty of the latest works by the painter Pavel Forman. The title of the exhibition can be understood as a play on words, referring of course to the artist’s name and at the same time to his favourite forms and approaches, which are in a sense “trans”, i.e. metamorphosing, transitional or mutating.

Franz Kafka and contemporary artists: Jake Chapman & Johan Tahon

How does literature inspire contemporary artist to create their own work? How do language and text find their way into their work, and what other artistic genres does they enjoy combining? Otto M. Urban, curator of the KAFKAesque exhibition, will discuss with artist Jake Chapman and Johan Tahon on board the airship Gulliver.

Is this the end?
No, it's the beginning.

Today, when more and more people tend to think dangerously alike, art’s capacity to suspend, even for a moment, our habitual ways of seeing may be its greatest value.

What is DOX? 

Why this?
Why not?

Escape reality by a few metres above the ground. 

The story of the Gulliver Airship

Dressed up as a chesterfield sofa.

The story of the DOX+ hall

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