Prag Art Works are joining this year’s edition of the international contemporary art fair Art Prague 2018. Come visit our booth that will feature a singular presentation of the Prag Art Works artists and their beautiful art. We are looking forward to seeing you at the Clam Gallas Palace any day between April 10 and 15, 2018, daily from 11am to 7pm.
Sadofsky & Trantina | Leny Aardse | Machteld Aardse | Andy Allen | Vladimir Bachorik | Tjasha Cus | Predrag Djakovic | Jan Dytrych | Jakub Flejšar | Pavel Forman | Kamelia Hajghasem | Dóra Juhász | Magdalena Kaczmarczyk | Igor Korpaczewski | Márta Kucsora | Matěj Lipavsky | Kamila Najbrtová | Anna Neborová | Ondrej Oliva | Paul Pacey | Pure Beauty | Lukáš Rais | Pavel Roučka | Natálie Roučková | Marek Schovánek | Kristýna Šormová | Pavla Soukupová | Kateřina Štenclová | Ivana Štenclová | David Strauzz | Tomáš Tichý
On April 10 – 15, 2018, the 17th International Contemporary Art Fair ART PRAGUE will be held in Prague. The previous successful editions have proved the viability of the event which provides an opportunity to view the original artworks of up to 230 artists in the period of one week. Approximately 35 galleries will offer artworks embracing almost all art fields; painting, drawing, graphic arts, sculpture, art glass, installation, video projection etc.
During its existence, ART PRAGUE has become a sought-after annual event for all lovers of visual arts; collectors, theorists, artists, students, entrepreneurs, international visitors of Prague as well as the general public that is still getting familiar with the contemporary trends primarily in the field of painting and sculpture. Besides Czech galleries, we will also introduce a number of galleries and artists primarily from Germany, and further from France, Slovakia, Russia, USA, Great Britan, Venezuela and Poland.
An annual expert jury will choose the laureate – an artist under the age of 35 years, who will receive the ART PRAGUE YOUNG AWARD.
The programme dedicated to children and young visitors has become a popular part of the annual event. Special JUNIOR WORKSHOPS will enable young beginners in the field of visual arts to try various art techniques with the help of assistants; students of specialized schools.
As usual, the programme of the participating galleries will be documented in a bilingual catalogue with an extensive visual material.
Photos from the launching event by Jan Dytrych.
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