Author: ziz

Taletta & Hroch – ‘imaginarium’ exhibition opening

Exhibition of Jakub Roch and Nikola Jelínková present cooperation of two Prague based artists in Imaginarium project. They bring photos, drawings and paintings, which can take u to ride thru their freaky minds. Where is border between reality and illusion? How deep u can go? Come to find out where is ur borders on grand opening 9th of May in our favorites Art gallery Žižkovšiška. Nikola Jelínková alias Taletta is Prague based tattoo and fire performance artist. She says that “Art is for me in breath and exhale, in every heartbeat.” Whether it’s tattoos, photographs, paintings, drawings, collages, writings,...

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Lucien Zell. Tiny Kites- booklaunch, exhibition & concert show

Tonight’s very special event is a booklaunch & surrounding grand action by poet & vagabond Mr. Lucien Zell. His new collection by title Tiny Kites will be officially launched in this world premire. Along with a presentation, readings & performance of the works there will be also a exhibit of some Lucien’s photographs & his good friend & famous local UK expat Phil Schoenfeld will play a concert to round up this all together exciting cultural evening!About the artist>>“…Lucien Zell’s poems are highly original and invoke no obvious influence or origin that one can think of elsewhere. Sharp phrases...

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Julia Sampaio. Balance. Exhibition opening

I am Julia, I am Brazilian and I have always used art as a way of survival. Life hasn’t always been easy, and it is through drawing and painting that I could find some comfort. The pieces I will share with you have a deep meaning to me, each one of them was brought to life due to an intense emotion or an important event in my life. They brought me warmth and calmness somehow and I hope they can transmit any of that to you as...

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January Exhibition Opening #2 by Pieter Lübbe

📅 Tue. / Ut. 15.01.2019🕒 19h00 Pieter Lübbe, from: South Africa A couple of months after obtaining his Architecture qualification in South Africa, Pieter dubiously, yet consciously, decided to move to Europe, trade the architecture office and its straight, structured lines for the art world’s free, nonfunctional lines and intuitive splashes of colour. His art has an illustrative character, often combined with realistic elements and fun puns to top it off. One Sunday afternoon, at 4:20, Pieter wandered into a jammin’ session with his art carefully tucked under his arm. He came out on the other side having left...

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