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30. 6. 2010 14:56

All the Official Mastering

The exhibition of final examination works of students of the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design. Studio of the Entire Sculpture – works in the open space.

The Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague in cooperation with the Office of the Government of the Czech Republic organizes an exhibition of final examination works of the Studio of the Entire Sculpture in the garden of the Lichtenstein Palace on the Kampa Island. Thus the garden, which is usually closed, will be open to the public for two weeks.

The Studio of the Entire Sculpture at the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design headed by Kurt Gebauer has been dealing with the issue of the open space for a long time. The summer semester topic of the academic year 2009/200 was a sculpture, installation, happening in the open space and new technologies in the contemporary art. A condition for the participation in the exhibition was to find an appropriate space so that students could respond to the particular spot. An intimate space of the Lichtenstein Palace garden addressed several students of the studio who have created their sculptures and installations.

Students have already their experience with presentation in the open space. Their works were on show for example at the embankment of the Vltava River between the Mánes building and the railway bridge; part of student will be presenting their works also in this year.

Students presenting their works in the garden of the Lichtenstein Palace:
Markéta Jáchimová
Barbora Krejčířová
Štěpán Čapek
Zuzana Čížková
Lenka Hubená
Lenka Janušková
Kate Ghymn
Matouš Lipus
Janja Prokič

Curators of the exhibition:
On behalf of the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design: MgA. Ivana Junková,
MgA. Dagmar Šubrtová
On behalf of the Office of the Government of the Czech Republic: Mgr. Adriana Primusová

Venue: garden of the Lichtenstein Palace on the Kampa Island
U Sovových mlýnů 4/506
Prague 1 – Kampa

Open to the public: 3 June – 15 June 2010 daily from 10 p.m. to 18 p.m.

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