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‘Objectivity’: Czech Center Exhibits Czech Art in Berlin
May 15th, 2014
News from Berlin - The Czech Center in Berlin (Tschechisches Zentrum Berlin) will open its newest exhibition tonight, May 15th at 7pm. The exhibition, entitled ‘Objectivity’ features works by Czech artists Eva Humlová, Markéta Kratochvílová and Kateřina Vorlová, curated by well-known artist, designer, architect and jewelry designer Eva Eisler. A guest at the event will be Papcún Martin, graduate of the Munich Academy of Fine Arts and previous assistant to Eva Eisler. Martin has also worked at the Academy of Fine Arts and Culture in Munich.
The exhibition’s opening night will last from 7pm to 9pm, with opening remarks from S. E. JUDr. Rudolf Jindrák, Ambassador of the Czech Republic to Germany. The Embassy of the Czech Republic in Germany is a partner of the Czech Center in Berlin, supporting cultural initiatives and helping to encourage cultural exchange between the Czech Republic and Germany. The Czech Center belongs to the network of 22 Czech Centers around the world with headquarters in Prague.
The Centers are an active advocate of Czech culture in the world and present the Czech Republic as a contemporary, dynamic country with a long cultural tradition and great potential. The Centers are also funded by the Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The exhibition will be open from May 16th to June 12th, from 2pm to 7pm. For more information please visit: http://berlin.czechcentres.cz/programm/reisen/objectivity/.
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