About NoD
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Milan Mikuláštík: K základům skulptury & Instant Museum of Tiny Statuette

Tři Heteráni / Divadlo MASO

This performance is in Czech only!


This performance is in Czech only.

PKF - Prague Philharmonia / Polish modern school: Krzysztof Penderecki and Henryk Górecki

Programme Henryk Górecki For you, Anne-Lill for Flute and Piano Op. 58 (1956) Krzysztof Penderecki Der unterbrochene Gedanke for String Quartet (1988)…

MĚSTEČKO PALERMO USÍNÁ / Janek & Natálka & kol.

This performance is in Czech only!

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About gallery

Galerie NoD has focused its activity on a systematic presentation of the most innovative and experimental trends in contemporary visual art. The gallery’s curatorial vision is centered around the exploration of the various formal and content issues and possibilities of the media of painting, drawing, object, photography, monumental art, installation and video art. The dramaturgy of the Gallery is based on in examination of contemporary art form’s capacity to reflect a wide range of social, environmental, anthropological and political issues.

The gallery’s exhibition program draws substantially on the continual realization of the artist’s solo projects based on deep and profound artistic and curatorial research. This research-based collaborative practice combining artistic quest with scholarly art-historical expertise strives to encourage an interdisciplinary co-operation and open public debate.

Installation aesthetics gravitates to the authenticity and inovativity of installation solutions and takes into account a specific aesthetic of the gallery´s exhibition space.

The gallery has been working primarily with members of the up-and-coming young generation of artists active on the current Czech art scene. The generational character of the represented and collaborating artists is supported by the realization of exhibitions of important figures of Czech fine art of the turn of the millennium, those still shaping the current questions and expressive possibilities of domestic and international art.