Photo-paintings from the early years of President Havel will be held in Czech Centre Prague, Rytířská 31, Prague 1. 2 September - 2 October 2015.
The first Prague exhibition of the protagonist of European painting of the 20th century after he passed away in 1961.
An exhibition of illustrations from an autobiographical book series about the childhood and adolescence of a Roma girl Katici by Swedish author Katarina Taikon. October 15 - 30, 2014.
Czech Centre Prague organizes exhibit celebrating 50th anniversary of independence Algeria Czech-Algeria diplomatic relations. March 14 - April 19, 2013
Exhibit of Eli Fischer's collection Art for Peace revolves around desire for peace and the value of reconciliation. February 8 - March 1.
Czech Centre Prague presents two exhibits approaching the phenomenon of Europe from two different angles. December 7, 2012 - February 1, 2013.
Display of art of comic strip that emerged from collaboration of well-known and handicapped Belgian artists. November 1 - December 1. Part of KomiksFEST! 2012.
October 18 - 31, TINA B. introduces 8 various exhibitions by artists and curators from Poland, Korea, Czech Republic and elsewhere.
From October 4 to October 26 enjoy the best pieces of Finnish poster in the Czech Centre Prague! Curated by Pekka Loiri, a well-known graphic designer. Part of Designblok 2012.
Travelling exhibition introducing the jubilee 25th International Biennial of Graphic Design. Organized in coordination with The Moravian Gallery in Brno.
From July 7 to August 22, Czech Centre Prague presents and exhibit about Franz Kafka and his contemporary Bruno Schulz, polish writer and artist.
From June 1 to June 30, you can see in Czech Centre Prague the joint exhibitions representing Czech participation at Olympic Games 2012.
We invite you to an exhibition of Russian art, which features the work of five artists: Vladislav Efimov, Kirill Alexandrov, Vladimir Kupriyanov, Nikita Alexeev, and Victor Alimpiev.
Visit the exhibition of the Frenchman and Czech native Yan Zelenka. Prepared in coordination with the Czech Centre Paris and the French Institute in Prague.
A joint exhibition by Lena Knilli and Jana Kasalová organized in cooperation with the Czech Centre Vienna, the Austrian Cultural Forum and the Embassy of Austria in the Czech Republic.
An exhibit dedicated to the life and works of one of the most distinguished Czech scientist. Come learn more about him! Open: December 2 - 31, 2011. FREE ENTRY.
Czech Centre Prague presents an overview of contemporary Czech comics and the art they influence as part of the KomiksFest! festival.
Come to see Japanese and Japanese inspired art in an exhibition we prepared for Designblok festival. THINGS WILL NEVER BE THE SAME is on view October 4 – 30, 2011. FREE ENTRY!
A retrospective exhibition of an important Israeli artist with roots in Czechoslovakia. Open September 9 -30, 2011. FREE ENTRY!
Exhibition of contemporary Israeli artist who is famous for his portraits of celebrities, created from every-day objects. June 29 - September 3, 2011. FREE ENTRY!
With the CROSSOVERS exhibition, Czech Centre Prague will join the 12th PRAGUE QUADRENNIAL OF PERFORMANCE DESIGN AND SPACE. Open June 17 - 24, 2011. FREE ENTRY!
We invite you to visit an exhibition of art photographs from world cities by contemporary Czech photographer Jiří Turek. Open May 6 - June 11, 2011. FREE ENTRY!
Come and see our new exhibition VIKTOR KARLÍK: THE CITY LIGHTS. Open April 8 - 30, 2011. FREE ENTRY!
A fresh perspective on traditional folklore. Joint exhibition of young artists from the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia. Open March 4 - April 2, 2011. FREE ENTRY!
You are invited to an exhibition of sculptures by Ludmila Seefried–Matějková and photographs by Zuzana Richter called BETWEEN TWO WORLDS. Open until February 26, 2011. FREE ENTRY!
The European Commission chose the 2011 to be the European Year of Volunteering. Czech Centre Prague joins this initiative with the ARK OF AID. FREE ENTRY to all events!