Czech Architectural Cubism in Prague

Unique Czech artistic phenomenon is the main theme of the exhibition called Czech Architectural Cubism (1911 – 1914) in Fragner Gallery in the centre of Prague. For the exhibition there is a publication printed in Czech as well as English language.

This exhibitions focuses on the development of modern architecture, especially in the Cubist style in the years 1911 – 1914 when Prague became, after Paris, the second centre of modern Cubist arts. Many Cubist building in Prague can be seen on black-and-white pictures taken by renowned photographer Ester Havlova.

Thanks to the big interest, the exhibition is prolonged until 25th February. It is open in Fragner Gallery (Betlemske nam. 5a) from Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 to 18:00.

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