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Letní Letná
Letní Letná17. 8. 2014 – 2. 9. 2014
International Festival of Contemporary Circus and Theatre

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LETNÍ LETNÁ is an international encounter of new circus and theatre. The festival dramaturgy focuses on the European cultural phenomenon of the past twenty years – the new circus, presenting the best new circus companies from around the world, Czech and international premieres, and selected productions inspired by the genre. The programme includes street art and open air shows, photographic exhibitions, workshops of new circus, encounters of professionals working in the field, projections of recordings of selected foreign productions, concerts, etc.
Invisible Exhibition Prague
Invisible Exhibition Prague16. 7. 2014 – 31. 12. 2014
Imagine that all the lights have gone out… The Invisible Exhibition in Prague is a unique interactive journey to an invisible world, where in total darkness you find your way out only by touch, sounds and scent.

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Give us your blind trust!

If you join us, you will also be able to understand what life is like without one of the senses that provides us the most information; what it is like to live without your sight.
At this exhibition you will be led by blind or partially sighted people on a journey that will change your mind.

Interesting?
Strange?
Weird?
Or… natural?
Could an hour of blindness open your eyes?
Andy Warhol: I´m OK
Andy Warhol: I´m OK 14. 6. 2014 – 31. 12. 2014
The exhibition Andy Warhol - I'm OK, in Prague Gallery Of Art, presents the work of this unique artist in a wide range of activities.

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The exhibition Andy Warhol - I'm OK, in Prague Gallery Of Art, presents the work of this unique artist in a wide range of activities. From classic works such as Mao, Flowers, Marilyn Monroe and Campbell's Soup, falling to the series Sunday B. Morning to gorgeous, hand-colored Flowers.
The Era of Overseas Discoveries
The Era of Overseas Discoveries15. 11. 2013 – 14. 9. 2014
The exhibition will present to the visitors the period when Europeans began to uncover the unknown world.

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The exhibition will present to the visitors the period when Europeans began to uncover the unknown world. There will be introduced the outcomes from these overseas explorations for Europe as well as local territories, including the unique artistic artefacts, maps, globes and documents but also the key players such as seafarers, conquerors, researchers, missionaries, slaves and pirates of that period. - Náprstek Museum of Asian, African and American Cultures
František Drtikol: From the Photo Atchive
The Czech photographer František Drtikol (1883–1961) comprises in the years 1901 – 1935. This exhibition utilizes the works Drtikol gifted to the Museum of Decorative Art in Prague.

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The Czech photographer František Drtikol (1883–1961) comprises in the years 1901 – 1935. This exhibition utilizes the works Drtikol gifted to the Museum of Decorative Art in Prague. The exhibition showcases unique photographs, which were originally not intended for public showing. - Museum of Decorative Arts
Masterpices of 19th Century Austrian and German Paiting
The exhibition presents major works by artists from these countries. Close cultural cooperation had a fundamental impact on the art of this region, including Bohemia.

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The exhibition presents major works by artists from these countries. Close cultural cooperation had a fundamental impact on the art of this region, including Bohemia. The well-known names such as F.H. Füger and J. Abel will represent Classicism in the exhibition. - Sternberg Palace
Alfons Mucha - Slav Epic
Alfons Mucha - Slav Epic10. 5. 2012 – 31. 12. 2014
The epic tells us about the history of Czechs and other Slav tribes on 20 big canvases. He was inspired by Slavic mythology and history of Bohemia and Moravia. - Exhibition Palace
Alfons Mucha - Slav Epic
10. 5. 2012 – 31. 12. 2014
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