Florian Slotawa Dušan Zahoranský I Could Have Just Set It on Fire

Aktuální výstava I Could Have Just Set It on Fire se prodlužuje.
Instalace Floriana Slotawy v prostorách bývalé pekárny Nadace a Centra pro současné umění do neděle 3. července. Instalace Dušana Zahoranského v Drdova Gallery do soboty 16. července.

The current exhibition I Could Have Just Set It on Fire is prolonged. 
Florian Slotawa's installation in the former bakery of the Foundation and the Centre of Contemporary Arts Prague until July 3. Dušan Zahoranský's installation at the Drdova Gallery until July 16.


Dušan Zahoranský

Drdova Gallery, Křížkovského 10, Praha 3

Florian Slotawa

prostor bývalé pekárny, Centrum a Nadace pro současné umění Praha

former bakery, Foundation and Center for Contemporary Arts Prague

Dukelských hrdinů 500 / 25a, Praha 7


Spojení mezi lokalitami / Connection between the venues

tramvaj č. 26 ze zastávky Husinecká do zastávky Strossmayerovo náměstí

tram 26 from Husinecká to Strossmayerovo náměstí


otevírací doba obou lokalit / opening hours of the both venues

st – ne 12.00 –18.00

Wed. to Sun. noon – 6 pm


Drdova Galery would like to invite you to the opening of the exhibition Cities and (Velo)cities at the De Markten in Brussels, Belgium on Friday, June 17, 2016.

The exhibition is part of the Summer of Photography biennale and and also part of the Czech presidency of the Visegrad group.

The Czech and Slovak chapter Beyond the City, curated by Václav Janoščík, features works by Radek Brousil, Paul Chaney, Pavlína Fichta Čierna, Petra Feriancová, Valentýna Janů, Václav Kopecký, Eva Koťátková, Jan Maštera, Lucia Nimcová, Kateřina Šedá


Cities and (Velo)cities
Beyond the apparent city of street buildings, there is a second one – a space of motion, passage, time and velocity. Setting such rhythm is what makes the city into an environment that is specific, prolific and historically important on one hand, and environmentally not self-sufficient, or prone to consumerist culture, on the other hand. It is this (velo)city we enter and attune ourselves to every day; it determines the rhythm of our life and conversely it allows us to participate, transform and thus realize the city itself.

Date: 18.6.–10.7. and 2.–28.8. 2016 
Opening: 17.6. 18:00–21:00
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 12:00–18:00
Venue: De Markten, Oude Graanmarkt 5, Brussels

Organized by Arsenal Gallery, Polish Institute in Brussels, Drdova Gallery Prague, Czech Centre Brussels, Faur Zsófi Gallery and Balassi Institute. 

The exhibition is co-financed by the International Visegrad Fund and the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic.

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