Archive of exhibitions: 2001

Michael Biberstein: Towards Silence

The Swiss painter Michael Biberstein (1948) has prepared a project specifically for Galerie Rudolfinum, featuring a large collection of new pictures, supplemented with a number of crucial works from the nineties. The theme of Michael Biberstein’s work is an artificially construed...

Pavel Baňka: Infinity

An exhibition of sixty black and white large-format photographs by prominent Czech photographer Pavel Baňka (1941). In Infinity, the viewer encounters pictures devoid of people, at a mid-point between landscape photography and abstraction. In the context of the modern and post-mo...

Jiří David: The Glow

A unique project by a Czech artist founded on the accentuation of one of the most significant symbols of Christianity located in an entirely neutral space....

Bettina Rheims a Serge Bramly: I.N.R.I.

The photographic project of French photographer Bettina Rheims (1952) and Frech writer, philosopher and photographer Serge Bramly (1949) sprang from the idea to create a current-day visualisation of the story of Jesus. Applying genuinely contemporary visual techniques, they prese...

Wings of Glory

The goal of the exhibition was to point out the cultural parallels between France and Central European art from the last quarter of the 19th century through to the 1910s, highlighting the significant influence of the then-existing French center on the formation of culture in the ...

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