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The exhibition is organized by DOX by Qubus.
DOX Centre for Contemporary Art
Poupětova 1, Praha 7
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The exhibition At the Edge thematizes the possibilities of using stone as primary construction element of jewellery and at the same time it points out the subtle, sometimes even invisible border between studio jewellery and small sculpture. Martin Verner focuses on methods of stone processing in jewellery art in his doctoral research at the Faculty of Arts and Design at UJEP. That’s why he invited four artists who work with stone creatively to participate on the exhibition – Ludmila Šikolová, Mia Čopíková, Pavel Opočenský and Karel Votipka.
The dance company of award-winning Japanese choreographer and dancer Ruri Mito will present the Czech premiere of its delicate dance performance entitled Sumika. The Ruri Mito Dance Company will appear here as part of its European tour.2 Mar 2022, 7:00 PM
3 Mar 2022, 7:00 PM
An intensive practical workshop led by worldwide theatrical legend Iben Nagel Rasmussen, who came up with a unique way to train performers that demolishes the barriers between theatre, dance, and vocal performance.19 – 23 Jan 2022
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!10 Dec 2021, 7:00 PM
The exhibition At the Edge thematizes the possibilities of using stone as primary construction element of jewellery and at the same time it points out the subtle, sometimes even invisible border between studio jewellery and small sculpture.10 Dec 2021 – 6 Mar 2022
Birth and the beginning of life, a period full of twists and turns and expectations, seeming innocence and cruelty… The theme of the child in contemporary Czech art is the subject of the extensive exhibition Great Expectations.10 Nov 2021 – 24 Apr 2022
Thanks to the acceleration made possible by digital technologies in the second half of the twentieth century, we have reached a stage of development where we look at the world from both a cosmic and a nano perspective.16 Nov 2020 – 31 Dec 2021
The exhibition Vladimír Skrepl: Remixed and Reimagined is neither a classical retrospective nor a showcase of new, as yet unexhibited works. Rather, the exhibition is intended to show how wide and diverse Skrepl's influence on the contemporary art scene is.1 Oct 2021 – 30 Jan 2022
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.17 Sep 2021 – 9 Jan 2022