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Toyen – an important, unconventional artistic personality. The only woman who established herself in the male-dominated avant-garde movement as a member of the Devětsil and the Prague Surrealist Group. She left her homeland to work in France on her diverse surrealist work characterized by highly emotional reality and psychological moments. We will discuss this topic during a guided tour and follow up in the gallery studio of GMU.
When: July 30th (2–4 PM)
Admission fee: student with ISIC card is 30 CZK, adults 100 CZK
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Enjoy the day. But what if a carpet, an obstacle, treacherously appears during that day? Or two? What to do with them? Jana Rychává and Jindřich Panský decided to explore the possibilities. Sometimes life slips between your fingers, sometimes it’s a ride. It is just as uncertain as movement with a carpet. The performance tries to find answers, but also to ask new questions. Enjoy the day with us along with all its obstacles. An unconventional performative walk, which combines dance, circus and fine art with the spaces of a gallery or museum.
Petra Procházková, an Editor of Deník N, Martin Dvořák, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic, Lenka Havlíková, Chairwoman of the Association of Independent Theatres and Martin Glaser, the Director of Brno’s National Theatre, will be discussing the current events in Ukraine, with an emphasis on culture in relation to both the ongoing Russian aggression as well as the future renewal of the country. The debate will be moderated by the Editor of Deník N’s Science Column and an author of extraordinary texts on the History of Ukraine and Russia, Petr Koubský.
The debate starts at 4 PM.