A person ridden with insecurities can achieve paramount success if only they knew how to get over it. The fear, jealousy, ego, apathy and selfishness that govern us today are stopping us from reaching our true potential, stopping us from experiencing that inner peace. To add to the challenges, humanity is facing its toughest test ever with the global pandemic. Feels like the chaos is right at our doorstep! The external disturbances demand an internal shift in our mindset, perspective and approach towards life. One solution for all our problems – TRANSFORMATION. The transformation that we are talking about is a permanent shift within that fosters a positive state of mind that helps experience happiness, joy, peace and love. Maitreya
Located in the heart of Old Town Square, the newly open Illusion Art Museum is waiting for your visit! The doors are open daily from 10 A.M. until 6 P.M.! There, you can discover various techniques of creating and developing illusions, the art of social media, and the physical interaction of all exhibitions. Let’s find out what hides behind the walls! What can you expect? The museum building is pretty vast: three flours of wandering around the illusion and installations and wondering how it can be so accurate! Some of the exhibitions are devoted to modern and contemporary art, others to the history of the Czech Republic. The most amusing thing is that you can touch every exhibition without any limit!
With the easing of the coronavirus restrictions, plenty of cultural instances such as galleries reopened and introduced brand-new exhibitions which people can finally visit offline. National Gallery Prague is not an exception. Tune in and discover which installations are worth a visit there! Moscow Gothic by V. Pivovarov Viktor Pivovarov is one of the modern artists in Russia. He is famous for creating mystical worlds, reanimating past instances, and uncovering hidden and secretive worlds. In most of his work, he represents the different worlds through the lens of the opened doors or windows. The main objects are the ‘heroes’ of daily life: teapots, matchbox, jars, and others! When walking through the exhibition, you can notice the trace of the artist’s