Guided Tours

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 180/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

When and how to order? It is ideal to book the programme at least 2 weeks before the preferred date, to pre-book the programme please fill in the booking form.

For more information contact us at skoly@dox.cz or 295 568 128.

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.  

Our current exhibitions

Adam Štech: houellebecq!

The exhibition houellebecq! by Adam Štech is neither a tribute to the French writer Michel Houellebecq nor an illustration of his works. Nor does it attempt to interpret or explain anything of his texts. Štech explores primarily himself, mediated in any way.


Point of View: Identity

Another instalment of the long-term project, which combines the format of an exhibition and a classroom and focuses on the theme of human identity. Who am I? What am I? The human form naturally takes centre stage; the body, its clothing, its behaviour. A person's identity and the different ways of looking at it.


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.


KAFKAesque

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.