Archive of exhibitions: 1999

Kupka – Waldes. The Artist and His Collector

The exhibition presented works by František Kupka from the extensive collection of the Waldes Gallery, which was confiscated by Nazi and Communist powers and was returned to the inheritors in 1996. Kupka’s work made up a very significant part of the collection thanks to the frien...

Václav Stratil: Czech Landscape

The exhibited project of over-sized color photographs by Václav Stratil entitled Czech Landscape completes Stratil’s identification desire he had cultivated throughout the 1990s. This time it is achieved thanks to the contribution of the public photo studio on Vodičkova Street, w...

Martin Mainer. Trailer of the Forest of Forests

Martin Mainer (born 1959) is one of the outstanding figures of contemporary Czech painting. Mainer’s exhibition at the Galerie Rudolfinum features a cross-section of his painting with an emphasis on his latest works from the years 1998–99....

Crossings. Art to hear and to see

The theme of the exhibition are the crossings between music and visual art, experimental work involving various musical and sound elements, which had throughout the 20th century largely expanded the concept of new music, as well as the limits of what was regulary understood as vi...

Roman Buxbaum. Meine Kunst

The theme of the exhibition by the Swiss artist of Czech descent was the issue of the roots of Nazism and the Holocaust. In this context it also dealed with the media manipulation of the masses by the falsification of data through ideological propaganda as well as thougt and feel...

Nan Goldin: I’ll Be Your Mirror

This wide retrospective of Nan Goldin’s work was divided into three parts: the early works from the 'seventies, Goldin’s “wild years” in New York and the period following her withdrawal from drug addiction....

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