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2004 Exhibitions

Grosse Skulptur - Bruno Gironcoli

On the occasion of the exhibition “Grosse Skulptur” by Bruno Gironcoli, which was launched 6.12.2004 in the Kotlárna hall of the former ?KD, Museum Kampa presented photographs by Petr Rošický and a digital project documentation of the sculpture.

December 7, 2004 - January 9, 2005, Museum Kampa, held in the small exhibition room


Certain Traces - New Dialogue: Los Angeles / Prague 2004

The exhibition called Certain Traces - New Dialogue: Los Angeles / Prague 2004 was a sequel to a project which took place at the end of the 1980’s. This exhibition introduced Czech and American artists, a number of which already participated in the initial project.

November 18, 2004 - February 22, 2005, Museum Kampa, the Stables


Water Based - Catherine  Cabaniss

Catherine Cabaniss is an American painter, currently living in Prague. The exhibition presented her American paintings as well as her work inspired by Central Europe and the extraordinary atmosphere of our capital city.

November 16, 2004 - February 22, 2005, Museum Kampa, held in the small exhibition room


Works inspired by Jorge Luis Borges - Zdravko Ducmelic

Museum Kampa, within the framework of the festival Kafka Borges: Buenos Aires Prague organized an exhibition of works by the artist Zdravko Ducmelic. Originally from Croatia, he escaped to Argentina after the regime change in the 40's and 50's.There he painted pictures inspired by stories written by Jorge Luis Borges. He also created a collection of distinctive oil paintings connected to mystic stories and memories from his childhood and from his homeland. The show took place in a small exhibition space in Museum Kampa from the 9th of June to the 3rd of July 2004 and was inaugurated by the minister of culture, Pavel Dostál, and by the ambassador of Argentina, Juan Eduardo Fleming. The wife of Zdravko Ducmelic, Mrs. Marta Ducmelic, was also in attendance.

June 9 - July 3, 2004, Museum Kampa, held in the small exhibition room



Words and Images - Netherlands Graphic Design (2000 - 2004)

This exhibition represented a selection of diversity and colourfulness, delivered by Dutch graphics and atelier design of the last four years. Holland has its own distinct view of the world, which finds its expression among forms that are found in a very lively culture of design. The Dutch cultivate and develop a suitable climate, supportive of unique creators. They are known for their irony, hard-headedness and openness, for which they are very highly regarded. These qualities have resulted in bold cultural posters and uncommon solutions of their best books. Most of the exhibited graphics at this show focused on distinct, convincing pictures combined with the original usage of letters. The exhibition was organized in cooperation with the Dutch embassy and was opened by ambassador Ida van Veldhuizen-Rothenbücher and curator Toon Lauwen.

July 2 - August 29, 2004, Museum Kampa, the Stables


 Passage - Matej Krén 

The works of Matej Krén are non-interchangeable due to their exceptional creative range. In the last few years, he has brought great public attention to himself in many prestigious world exhibitions of art. This attention is due to his unique approach towards sculptures, objects, installations, graphics, action art, film, music, sound and words. His work touches not only on actual problems, such as the wiping out of borders between reality and fiction, or past and present, but even on classic creative themes – for example relationships of internal and external, or part and the whole. His creations are characteristic for finding the continual complexities expressed succinctly and understandably in a creative language. His project "Passage" installed in Museum Kampa represented types of symbolic abbreviations across worlds, through a factual place in which we exist or live, into a world of human culture, where reality is substituted for another reality, for a reality of words, text, symbol and picture.

September 8 - November 7, 2004, Museum Kampa, the Stables


Verticals - Květa Pacovská

Kv?ta Pacovská was born in 1928 in Prague, in the Czech Republic. She graduated from the Prague Academy of Applied Arts in 1952, studying under Prof. Emil Filla. Her field is free graphic art, painting, conceptual art and books. Between 1961 and 2003, she had over 65 solo exhibitions of her work, both at home and abroad. Since the 1960s, she has been developing the illustrated book as a tactile and three-dimensional art object. Her large paintings and paper sculptures have been exhibited at museums and galleries in many different parts of the world. Her books have been prublished and translated in Czech, German, English, Japanese, French, Italian, Portugese, Danish, Finnish, Dutch and Chinese. In 1992-1993, she was a guest professor at the Hochschule der Künste in Berlin. Between 1995-97, she realized her garden project in the Chihiro Art Museum Azumino in Nagano, Japan. In 1999 she was awarded the Honorary Doctor of Design degree at Kingston University in Great Britain. She lives in Prague

March 18 - May 16, 2004, Museum Kampa, the Stables

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