Several Tips For Photo Exhibitions in Prague

So what is currently going on about photos in Prague? There is one eye-catching photo exhibition in Prague running until the end of February. It takes place in the Old Town Hall (yes, it is the building with that astronomical clock), at Old Town Square. The author, Czech photographer and traveller Vaclav Spillar presents a series of large-scale pictures from his adventures around Africa, America, and Australia.

And more precisely, this exhibition with convenient name „Africa – America – Australia“ is being held in the Cross Corridor and the Knight´s Hall (ground floor) of the Old Town Hall in Prague. It is open daily from 9 to 18. The tickets cost 70 CZK for adults, and 40 CZK for students/seniors. As to the presented photos, most of them are about nature and natural wonders.

Another interesting photo exhibition takes place in the Cross Corridor of Karolinum Gallery (the address is Ovocny Trh 3). It’s called the „Touch of the North“, and it presents photographs of Norway and Iceland by Petra Dolezalova. The Pictures are accompanied by music, texts, book presentation, and a trip to Norway contest. Part of the exhibition is dedicated to Sámi people (the nation that is living beyond the arctic circle, in Finnmark – Lapland area), their history and culture. If you want to catch this one, hurry up, it is running only until February 11, and it is open daily from 10 to 18.

Last to mention is permanent photo exhibition in Jan Saudek Gallery (in the street Celetna 9, near the Old Town Square), where the world famous Czech photographer presents over hundred photos from his distinctive and original work, some of them haven’t been published yet. The gallery is open for public daily from 10 to 20 and the admission is 150 CZK for adults or 80 CZK if you are a student.

Feb 9, 09:17 (Filed under: Culture )

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