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How much is a ticket?
- discussion and publication launch in the Gulliver airship CZK 120
- guided tour with the artist CZK 200 basic admission | CZK 90 reduced
- combo ticket for both events CZK 250
- DOX Club members free of charge (please reserve your place via the form)
The catalogue will be available for purchase on site.
Poupětova 1, Prague 7
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The exhibition Funny Games by the Moldovan painter Alexander Tinea at the DOX Centre for Contemporary Art is the largest solo presentation of his work to date. Join us for the launch of the exhibition’s publication on board the Gulliver airship, where a discussion with Alexander Tinei, the exhibition’s curator Otto M. Urban and the author of one of the texts in the publication, painter Martin Gerboc, will take place.
Discussion will be conducted and translated into English.
Before the discussion, you can attend a guided tour of the exhibition with Alexander Tinei from 6 pm.
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