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21-apr.-2017 - 23-apr.-2017

Czech Galleries at Art Brussels

This year’s edition of the international art fair Art Brussels will be held from 21st to 23rd April 2017 and is again going to present Czech artists. Several Czech galleries will introduce themselves, such as Drdova Gallery or Nová Galerie from Prague, which will present work of Martin Mainer and Samuel Paučo. Polansky Gallery will represent solo show of Roman Štětina. Furthermore, GNF Gallery from Brussels will bring the work of Czech artist Anna Hulačová and Adam Vačkář will be represented by Dauwens & Beernaert Gallery. Art Brussels international fair takes place in the premises of Tour & Taxis and will be open to public from 11AM to 7PM.

Drdova Gallery

Drdova Gallery was opened in the spring of 2012 to enrich and complete the ranks of private galleries in the Czech Republic. The primary aim of the gallery is to support the works and careers of local artists of the young and middle generation in the international environment. Besides its regular program, consisting in presenting the works by the represented artists, the gallery also focuses on curatorial projects which introduce other quality names of the local and international scene.

At Art Brussels, Drdova Gallery will present the work of Barbora Kleinhamplová and Václav Magid. The gallery also support artists like Hynek Alt, Aleksandra Vajd, Jan Nálevka, Monika Žáčková or Daniel Vlček. More information at http://www.drdovagallery.com

Anna Hulačová

Anna Hulačová, represented by GNF GALLERY from Brussels, is Czech artist who dedicated her work to sculpture. In her work she is inspired by Czech folk traditions and countryside where she grew up. Currently, she is influenced by East Asian art, Art Brut and her personal philosophy. In the last year she was the finalist of Jindřich Chalupecký Award and recently won the prize of Person of the Year competition in the field of artwork.

Adam Vačkář

Adam Vackar has studied at Academy of Fine Arts in Prague and has graduated from École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-arts in Paris. He presents his work in diverse international group for longer time already. In his work, he aims to show the problems of consumer society and evaluates social structures of today’s population in the presence of visual sensibility. At Art Brussels, he will be introduced by Brussels-based Gallery Dauwens & Beernaert, which represents contemporary artists, who focus mainly on conceptual art.

Nová galerie

Nová galerie, a gallery from Prague systematically dedicates their work to contemporary Czech artists and also cooperates with them on a long-term basis. Together with its exhibiting and business activities it is concerned with art consultancy, teaching and publishing. At Brussels Art Fair it will display the work of Martin Mainer and Samuel Paučo.  Martin Mainer is a professor of painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague and his work and educational activities place him among the most important personalities of contemporary Czech Art. Inspiration for the artist’s early work can be found in the Czech Baroque tradition and its expressive painting. Samuel Paučo graduated from Martin Mainer’s Painting Studio at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Brno. Paučo combines a range of seemingly contradictory factors in his works. In his paintings he uses methods generally associated with abstract and expressionist painting.

Polansky Gallery

Polansky Gallery is a young progressive gallery with high-class international reach. It is not stuck in any groove and represents artists both Czech and foreign, young and established, working with all sorts of media. Polansky Gallery will at Art Brussels present a solo show of Roman Štětina. Czech artist Roman Štětina’s work investigates the ways in which broadcast media including film, television and radio are created. His videos, installations and sculptures foreground the props, studios and technologies that are otherwise hidden behind the sounds and images received by an audience.




Tour & Taxis


Van: 21-apr.-2017
T/m: 23-apr.-2017

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