PRAGUE, Czech Republic – If you’re visiting Prague during Autumn of 2017, then you’re in for a treat. Artist Krištof Kintera, is one of the Czech Republic’s finest. And, he is holding his Nervous Trees exhibit at the Galerie Rudolfinum until the 26th of November.
As the gallery’s 100th exhibition since it was founded in 1994, Kintera’s large-scale exhibition showcases his work from the last five years. It includes sculptures and interactive installations that depict social commentary.
Entitled Nervous Trees, the exhibit takes its name from the pieces photographed above that would shake and move, rather nervously, in the main hall.
The exhibit is free of charge and is located on the floor above the famous ArtPark – also known as the gallery’s section for children and kids at heart.
Kintera is one of the Czech Republic’s best mixed-medium artists. He is also known for his social critique and the interactive nature of his art. His most recent major exhibitions include those at the Prague City Gallery, Municipal Library in Prague (2012), Museum Tinguely, Basil (2014) and Kunsthalle, Rotterdam (2015).
Beyond Nervous Trees
For more photos of his works currently on display at Galerie Rudolfinum, check out the slideshow below. However, we highly encourage you to see it yourself in person if ever you find yourself in this beautiful European city this month.
Alšovo nábř. 79/12, 110 00 Staré Město, Czechia
Open everyday except Mondays
(Entrance to the gallery on the building’s left hand side.)