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Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague
In recent years a new strong generation of professional glass artists has emerged almost imperceptibly, which in an original way develops the famous tradition of Czech artistic glass. The exhibition to an unprecedented extent features works of 25 youngest representatives of glass art with their creative quest for a new artistic expression and technological possibilities of this sublime material. The exhibition, which takes place within the 2011 Prague Glass Festival, actively responds to the space of the permanent display of the Museum of Decorative Arts – it revives it and provides the exhibited works with unexpected connections.

This catalogue was published by the Museum and the Pokorná Gallery to accompany an aponymous exhibition held in the Museum permanent exhibition from May 25 to October 23, 2011.

text: Milan Hlaveš
edition: Czech-English
English translation: Vladimíra Šefranka
graphic design: Ondřej Šorm, Jaromír Hárovník
format: 21 x 14.5 cm, soft cover
pages: 120
reproductions: 38
ISBN: 978—80-7101—099-9
price: 180,- CZK
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In Search of Glass
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