Graphic design exhibitions
For the latest trends in graphic design, head to Brno. The first time ever street art will be presented on the official gallery grounds. Certainly, it will also appear in the streets of Prague.
The Moravian capital of Brno is hosting the International Biennial of Graphic Design. It is the oldest exhibition of graphic design in the world. The Moravian Gallery in Brno stages six exhibitions which take place in three different buildings across the city. The Biennial offers so much more than you can traditionally imagine in terms of graphic design. Among the highlights will be the international competition show and there is a wonderful range of smaller accompanying exhibitions.
Zlin Youth Salon
The functionalist-style city of Zlin, inseparably connected with the renowned Bata shoe works, stages the Zlin Youth Salon. The event is held every three years and showcases the works of Czech and Slovak visual artists aged under 30. The year’s exhibition has been inspired by the significant cultural activities taking place in Zlin in the 1930´s and 1940´s. The exhibitions of contemporary and young art were initiated by Jan Antonin Bata himself who was a great supporter of culture and art.
Street Art exhibition
The first ever street art exhibition to enter the premises of an official gallery “Stuck on the City” is being organized by the City Gallery of Prague in the Municipal Library building. The international exhibition will introduce different streams of street art. There will be photographs, films and various installations in the gallery but numerous examples of street art will also be noticeable in the streets of the Czech capital itself. To maintain the passing nature of street art, the various works of art which will come to life inside the gallery will also cease to exist there. There will be a unique opportunity to see various artists in action on the streets of Prague or to receive a guided tour of Prague´s most prominent graffiti locations by the artists themselves.
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