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Josef Kočí (Koci) was born on July 16, 1880 in Brno and died in 1961. He was a painter, printmaker, graphic artist and illustrator. His ancestral roots can be traced to Milivice na Volyňsku, today known as Milejovice. The little village is located in the district of Strakonice, in the Southern Bohemian Region. As of 2006,...
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This gallery is named after its founders and directors, curator Olga Dvorak, and art collector Petr Sec. With their history it’s no wonder these two decided to join forces and open an art gallery! Dvorak Sec Contemporary Gallery (DSC) is just what the name states, a contemporary art gallery. The gallery opened it’s doors to the public...
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Prague has everything, fairytale like castles, breathtaking architecture, delicious food, hospitable people, but most of all it has an amazing amount of street art. No matter where you are in the city whether it be in the metro, at the park, or simply walking it’s many winding streets beautiful art can be seen. Art can...
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Again we came across something wonderful. Today we are sharing Czech Posters for Films from the Collection of Terry Posters. This is the official Exhibition Catalogue from 2013 and was published on the occasion of the exhibition from August 28 to December 1, 2013 at the National Film Center, The National Museum of Modern Art in Tokyo and...
Jaroslav Ježek was a leading Czech designer who gained fame for his practical and figural porcelain items. He was one of the founders of the Brussels style, an important development in Czech design in 1950s and 60s. Featured at the World Expo in 1958, he represented Czechoslovakia very successfully, taking away two major awards. Jaroslav Ježek (1923...
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Emil Filla was born in Moravia and spent his entire childhood growing up in the Moravian town of Brno before moving to Prague. Filla studied art at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague but left school to become a member in a group of artists who called themselves “The Eight.” Filla is known mostly for...
We’ve already shared The Good Soldier Švejk (pronounced: shvayke) here in much more detail before, but today we came across some sweet images in color, so we are sharing once again. In The Good Soldier Švejk, celebrated Czech writer and anarchist Jaroslav Hašek combined dazzling wordplay and piercing satire in a hilariously subversive depiction of the...
Over 100 years have passed since Paris looked upon František Kupka’s satirical illustrations the the militant and politically charged periodicals L’Assiette au Beurre and Le Canard Sauvage. Using the pseudonym Edmon Chateney, Le Canard Sauvage was a periodical which was anti-militarist, anti-clerical and filled with the heavily libertarian views of  Joseph Werner and it ran for a full 31...