A unique exhibition of young world artists and icons of Czech glass in Queen Anne's Summer Palace in Prague Castle.

From September 24th, 2010 to October 28th, 2010 we open an unconventionally conceived exhibition for you, charting the path of Czech glassmaking toward modernity and worldwide fame. Glass as an inspiring and fascinating material: from beer mugs, through graduate works of young glassmaking artists from around the world to the famous Czech artists. Glass across styles and techniques: austere and pragmatic as well as colorful and decorative, thousandfold repeated forms of industrial products as well as world-famous unique works, a touch of nostalgia as well as the most progressive artistic trends. Glass as the essence of talent, creativity and never-ending discovery. Stanislav Libenský and Jaroslava Brychtová, René Roubíček, Václav Cigler, Jiří Harcuba, František Vízner…alongside young artists who — still not linked to conventions — enter the world of glassmaking.

Letohrádek královny Anny (Queen Anne's Summer Palace)
Pražský hrad (Prague Castle), Mariánské hradby (Marian walls) 1/52, Prague 1 — Hradčany

The exposition is open from September 24th, 2010 to October 28th, 2010, daily except Mondays, from 10 to 18 hours

Admission)
entrance fee 99 CZK, reduced fee 59 CZK (children 7 to 15 years, students, seniors),
group ticket 59 CZK (20 or more people), family ticket 219 CZK (2 adults and children)

How to get there?)
The easiest way is to take the tram to the station Královský letohrádek (Royal Summer Palace).

The organizers of the project)
Prague Gallery of Czech Glass, Prague Castle Administration and Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague. The producer is FOIBOS a.s.

More information about the exhibition) http://www.prazskagalerie.cz/cena-stanislava-libenskeho)
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