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Death, dying, and the transience of things: those are the themes art has explored extensively since the Renaissance, when still life paintings with flowers and a human skull were very much in vogue. Vanitas presents the works of more than 40 artists who have found new, original ways to use such motifs.
A Syrian refugee seeking respite from war in Lebanese exile receives a mysterious offer that will allow him to gain the freedom he craves and find his lost love. We'll be showing the film The man who sold his skin in the Evergreen Open Air Cinema.
Viktor Karlík’s exhibition LITERATURE presents sculptures and objects from the series of the same name that began in 2012, complete and in public for the first time and in its original material form. This exhibition is a development from its presentation in book form by Edice Revolver Revue.
The first public presentation of Siegfried Herz’s art. For more than ten years, Herz has been working in seclusion, isolated from the outside world. His works, often brutally honest but always deeply introspective and genuine, explore such themes as pain, love, dreams and desires.
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, an acclaimed Nigerian author and a defining voice on race and gender for the digital age, is visiting Prague for the first time. The discussion with the author in the Gulliver Airship will be hosted by Ladislav Nagy.
AIGEL will arrive in Prague! We still have to wait a few months for the concert of this Tatar-Russian formation, which will perform in the Czech Republic for the first time, and the Czech band WWW Neurobeat, but their rap verses and great beats are definitely worth it!