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Salm Modern #1: Dimensions of Dialogue, National Gallery in Prague, until 1 December 2019

The exhibition Možnosti dialogu / Dimensions of Dialogue / Möglichkeiten des Dialogs is the outcome of a collaboration between the National Gallery in Prague and the Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden. The exhibition assembles chosen works from the Hoffmann family collection of the Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden and selected works of contemporary Czech artists from the collections of the National Gallery in Prague and private sources.  »


Mark Rothko, Kunsthistorishes Museum Wien, Vienna, until 30 June 2019

Mark Rothko (1903–1970) was among the most remarkable artists of the twentieth century. The exhibition reveals the radical development of Rothko’s work across several decades, from his early figurative paintings of the 1930s, through the transitional years of the 1940s to the groundbreaking mature works of the 1950s and 60s.  »


Krakow in the European Core

The International Cultural Centre sees its mission and undertakings as founded on what is labelled as cultural heritage, namely using the elements of the past so as to serve present and future goals. The city understood as a mirror of civilisation – let’s take Krakow as an example – was always at the core of this way of thinking. That is why we believe that the debate on the nature of the city as well as the transformation which Krakow has undergone is crucial. »


The past meets the future

The national coordinator of the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018 Agata Wąsowska‑Pawlik (the director of the International Cultural Centre in Kraków) and Dr Joanna Sanetra‑Szeliga discuss the EYCH 2018. »


Years of Disarray. Art of the Avant-Garde in Central Europe 1908-1928

Was the Central European avant-garde always at the vanguard of artistic change, or did it merely follow the trends dictated by Paris, Berlin, and New York? What can we learn about the avant-garde if we dismiss the narratives constructed by the national art histories? Years of Disarray: Art of the Avant-garde in Central Europe 1908–1928, exhibition presented at the International Cultural Centre, consists of chapters that together tell the story of new art movements in the region that experienced a particularly difficult period in the early 20th century. »