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16.6.2009 0:00 - 23.6.2009 0:00

Made in Israel: Young Czech Artists at the Bezalel Academy

Ve spolupráci s Velvyslanectvím ČR a kurátorkou Evou Janáčovou otevírá České Centrum Tel Aviv v úterý, 16.6. v 18.30 v prostorách velvyslanectví výstavu prací 4 českých studentů, kteří v uplynulém akademickém roce působili na umělecké škole Bezalel v Jeruzalémě. Svou výstavu si studenti nazvali Made in Israel / Young Czech Artists at the Bezalel Academy. Studenti představí svá díla v oboru fotografie, sochařství a grafického designu.

MADE IN ISRAEL / Young Czech Artists at Bezalel

Curator: Dr. Eva Janacova

 Jan Faukner (1983) – photography

Jan has started his studies of photography in 2003 at the Film and TV School at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague. At the beginning of his studies he was attracted to stage photography whereas today he is engaged mainly in the subjective depiction of reality.  In addition to several group exhibitions in the Czech Republic and Austria, Jan has also presented works at three solo exhibitions. The “Dolls” at the gallery of the French Institute in Prague in 2006 has been the most successful.

 Petra Hajdůchová (1988) – photography

Petra has put her mind to photography ever since she left elementary school. As a graduate from School of Arts and Crafts in Uherské Hradiště, she enrolled for Advertising Photography at the Department of Multimedia Communications at Tomáš Baťa University in Zlín in 2007. Her domain is figural and large-scale photography. The communication with people is what she finds most attractive while working on her photography projects.

Lucie Píštělková (1977) – sculpture, graphic arts, photography

From 1997 to 2001 Lucie studied sculpture at St. Anna School of Arts and Crafts in Český Krumlov. As a graduate she continued her studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague where she was tutored by prominent Czech sculptors such as Jan Koblasa, Jaroslav Róna or Jindřich Zeithaml. She takes part in sculptor symposia and group exhibitions in Czech Republic and Germany on a regular basis. During her study year in Israel she also got involved in graphic arts and photography.

 Adéla Skálová (1984) – draw, graphic arts

Even though Adéla has been interested in creating artwork since her childhood, she only got her first official fine arts education during her study year in Jerusalem. Adéla takes part in the MASA program, which enables young students of Jewish origin to study in Israel. In the Czech Republic, Adéla has been a student at the Department of Humanities at Charles University in Prague since 2004.    

Místo konání:

Zeitlin Street 23
66164 Tel Aviv
Izrael

Datum:

Od: 16.6.2009 0:00
Do: 23.6.2009 0:00

Organizátor:

České centrum Tel Aviv


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