Expo58 Art, an installation hall in the heart of Letná Hill, invites visitors to enjoy the last days of the exhibition Observation in a cool-down space full of Czech modern art gems. A truly ideal location in town for escaping the scorching subtropical temperatures of 38 degrees! Czech contemporary art is awaiting you until July 24, 2022, with no limits-from 10.00 a.m. to 6 p.m., except Mondays. Exhibition background The Observation was around Prague for quite a time. Its premiere, for instance, took place roughly a month ago, on June 15, 2022. ‘Adolf Loos Apartment and Gallery will open an exclusive exhibition of one of the most outstanding talents of the Czech contemporary art scene—Jan Gemrot,’ shared event organizers. No wonder the exhibition made some
The origin story of the AnonymouS group is shrouded in mystery and intrigue, much like the dark comics and historical figures from which they draw inspiration. Begun in 2012 by two brothers, who prefer to remain (as you guessed it) anonymous, the AnonymouS group sets itself apart from other nightlife offerings by creating atmospheres and menus that are fine tuned down to the last detail. The AnonymouS group elevates the classic cocktail bar to an experience. Their Shrink’s Office, in particular, combines a totally unique concept with luxurious surroundings that make you feel as if you’ve found an upscale speakeasy. And, you do have to “find” it. The Shrink’s Office, of course, offers the same privacy offered any patient looking
You or may not have noticed that some metro station platforms are cooler than others. After being here for 3 years I’ve made mental notes on some of my favourite stops, and now it’s time to share them with you. 1. One of the first to mention has to be Namesti Miru — I also think that this ranks amongst everyone’s favourite metro stations in Prague. Why? Because of the turquoise and cool ocean colors, the name (Namesti Miru – I mean that’s already cool – it means peaceful square), and the fact that it’s one of the deepest tunnels underground in the city. That’s why it always takes forever to rise up to the top on those never-ending escalators.