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Svatopluk Klimeš – Phoenix
19. 06. 2022 — 23. 10. 2022

Svatopluk Klimeš – Phoenix

Svatopluk Klimeš since the 1960s, he has used fire as a part of the creative process. The element of fire and the use of ash in his paintings allows him to artistically and metaphorically thematise the subject of ephemerality and the act of leaving traces while also exploring the traces left in the memory of a place and the history of a civilisation.

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Adéla Matasová – Metasystems
20. 03. 2022 — 05. 06. 2022

Adéla Matasová – Metasystems

The exhibition Metasystems is based on the themes of Adéla Matasová’s work over the past two decades. Though retrospective in nature, it doesn’t follow a traditional chronological order, but instead builds on the artist’s recent works by discovering analogies to her older realisations.

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Luděk Filipský – Intimate Immensity
20. 03. 2022 — 05. 06. 2022

Luděk Filipský – Intimate Immensity

Luděk Filipský (born 1945) systematically explores the fundamental ‘building-block’ phenomena of light, colour and space, fusing them into dynamic structures through which he symbolically reflects on nature, the cosmos and humanity’s spiritual transcendence.

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Jaroslav Bejvl … Beyond the Karlín Viaduct
20. 02. 2022 — 29. 05. 2022

Jaroslav Bejvl … Beyond the Karlín Viaduct

Designer and leading Czech glass artist Jaroslav Bejvl has created a unique installation specifically for Whitebox that invites visitors into a magical landscape with a shining horizon above which there freely float phantoms of balloons like silent recollections of childhood.

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‘I’ Is Someone Else. Self-portraits from the GASK Collection
07. 11. 2021 — 27. 02. 2022

‘I’ Is Someone Else. Self-portraits from the GASK Collection

How did artists wish to be seen and perceived by society in the turbulent 20th century? What does their stylisation in a self-portrait tell us about their character, beliefs and way of thinking? What strategies do contemporary artists use when presenting themselves? And can a self-portrait be a political issue? The answers to many of these questions can be found in the works of Emil Filla, Bohumil Kubišta, František Kobliha, Vratislav Nechleba, Václav Stratil and Milena Dopitová from the GASK collection.

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Jan Stolín —  Configurations
17. 10. 2021 — 30. 01. 2022

Jan Stolín — Configurations

The exhibition Configurations by Jan Stolín is an installation made up of variously sized prisms placed on an elevated platform. Together they create a simple spatial composition with a minimalist feel.

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Šimon Sýkora — Wasteland
12. 09. 2021 — 30. 01. 2022

Šimon Sýkora — Wasteland

The Wasteland exhibition presents the work of Šimon Sýkora. His figural paintings, characterized by a magically disturbing and melancholic atmosphere, seem to follow a veiled storyline of fateful encounters, journeys and separations, as well as loneliness and feelings of uprooting in strange timelessness.

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