Ecaterina Vrana's art is, in all rights, part of the Japanese aesthetics of mono-no-aware where beauty envelops the sadness of reality.
With his art show at Calina Gallery, Sorin Oncu sets out to tackle the problems that Central and Eastern Europe still face.
A common universal story of oppression and shame is weaved into Laughter and Forgetting, the show curated by Olga Ștefan at MeetFactory in Prague.
I couldn’t think of a better place to satisfy my need for expressive bodies and gushing energies than the National Dance Center.
About the attractions at Temps d'Images #9.
The art show, part of Future Museum, is based on the idea of utopia or what remains after utopia.
The capital of Austria comes to life at the beginning of fall with two simultaneous events dedicated to contemporary art, the Parallel Vienna show and the viennacontemporary international art fair.
Hate is a very loose and general term, a feeling so familiar yet so unassumed. We hate to hate, we’d hate to be characterized as hateful, yet this is exactly what we are, and that’s OK.
A coverage about the extreme areas in which technology can crossover, especially when interacting with art.
During the 10 days I spent in Prague, it is only in my flat that I spent more time than in the National Gallery.