Education without limits, a programme with a beginning and an end
For whom? For the general public | pupils of primary school 2nd level and students of secondary schools
How long does it take? 60 minutes or by arrangement
How much does it cost for a school group? CZK 160/person for groups of 10 or more | free pedagogical accompaniment
How much for any other group? CZK 310/person for groups of 10 or more
How many people? Minimum 10, maximum 25 | for larger numbers, the group must be divided into two parallel tours
How and when to order? Reservations and further information at firstname.lastname@example.org or 295 568 104 | it is ideal to book at least 2 weeks before the desired date
DOX Centre for Contemporary Art
Poupětova 1, Prague 7
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The DOX Centre for Contemporary Art offers guided tours of the DOX building and current exhibitions to schools and special interest groups. The commentary can be focused only on a specific exhibition or on other topics such as architecture, contemporary art or design.
A overview of the work of American artist and photographer Andres Serrano from the 1980s to the present, featuring more than 120 works. In two separate parts, the exhibition will reveal a surprising and powerful dialogue between current photographs and older works.
The Ritual of Cursed Hearts
Jan Vytiska‘s largest exhibition to date, presenting his paintings from the previous three years. The exhibition presents almost forty large-scale paintings. Thematically, it is still based on a distinctive mix of Wallachian folklore and pop culture references.
Point of View
The world is a place that originates and exists largely in our imaginations. How do we imagine a place for art? And what should it look like for learning? The point of view is a space of uncertainty but also of new experience; a space that shows potential of stereotypes, fear, making mistakes, and changing mind-sets.
HOW CAN I HELP YOU?
Art as a cure for human vices, the confession of the artist as healer and hundreds of "drawings" in an impressive installation. The diary of Kristof Kintera is here for you. And how can it help you?