How can visual media, such as objects, static and moving images, transmit the equivalent ‘power, beauty and alienation’ of Black music in US culture? What it means to be a part of a complex landscape of Black representation? Join us for the guided tour of Arthur Jafa’s exhibition on Thursday 21 March 2019 at 18:00. Admission to […]
The virtual exhibition “…and the Word became Music” invites you to the world of books made many centuries ago to record the musical ideas of the people of that era. Music is what connects us with the world of our ancestors living during the Middle Ages and the Early Modern period. Do not miss this […]
Inspired by the legend of the Golem of Prague as created by Rabbi Loew with divine help and Kabbalistic formulas in 16th century, five scholars and three artists unfold a philosophical performance that includes reflections on both the creation of artificial beings and human beings as artificial, mastering the environment and forming it artistically. Creating […]
Lo Ch’ing (羅青) is one of Taiwan’s most important contemporary poet-painters. The exhibition presents 18 high-quality reproductions of his works.
On Friday 3 June, a new exhibition Enchanted by the Antiquity opens at the Duchcov chateau. In eight chambers, almost 150 historical casts of famous and lesser-known pieces of classical art shall be exhibited. The new tour focuses on stories from classical mythology, classical culture, and the influence of the Antiquity on the lives of the […]
Giles Duley began his career as a fashion photographer, but he soon left the world of celebrities behind and started to map the stories of people who live in turbulent parts of the world, often in areas plagued by war. When working in Afghanistan in 2011, he stepped on a mine and lost both legs and an […]