The arts are flourishing in all areas of Prague, from the industrial Holešovice to the lively spirit of Žižkov. More and more artists are joining the local communities and networks, preparing installations in various galleries, and creatively sharing their perception of the world and current issues. To our surprise, the Chemistry Gallery happens to be one of the places that unite modern art with the realms of society. Discover what you can see there!  The Chemistry Gallery: quick history & fun facts The core concept of the gallery grasps different aims that the gallery is aiming to achieve. For instance, The Chemistry Gallery is a ‘creative institution’ that can be helpful and attractive both for contemporary artists’ serious commercial andRead more.

Post-digital intimacy is an art exhibition inspired by the challenging situation of the coronavirus pandemic, endless Zoom meetings and lectures, FaceTime dates, and the surroundings of smart devices. The installation runs from November 2021 to July 2022 at one of the aesthetic buildings of the National Gallery in Prague, the Trade Palace. Don’t miss the intersection of high-end technology and art through the prism of virtual reality.  Concept  The exhibition consists of art projects by nine different contemporary artists from all over the world. You may have heard of them or not. They may be well-known worldwide or just emerging as stars in the modern art world. Who knows?  The insights of the exhibitions are presented in the faces ofRead more.

Prague welcomes the exhibition devoted to one of the most inspiring and motivational feminist figures in Mexican art, Frida Kahlo. The installation exhibits the marvelous photos of the artist throughout the major and the most significant events in her colorful life. Let’s dive into art history and see where it brings us!  Frida Kahlo-Her Photos: Overview The installation presents a massive variety of images that were an integral part of Kahlo’s estate and are entirely new to the world. Pablo Ortiz Monasterio, the installation’s curator, divided it into six sections that correlate with Frida’s lifestyle. Yet, the sections do not reflect the chronological order of the events; they emphasize the artist’s personal history and her country.  In other words, itRead more.