Art Fair Prague, 2016
In the centre of Prague near the Old Town Square, the biggest Czech Art Fair called Art Prague took place from 15th to 20th March 2016. The Franz Kafka House, where it was held, had four floors of the best contemporary art ready to view. Young Real Art didn't miss the opportunity to take part in the show.
Already a week in advance, Jana Lastovka and the young artists started to prepare their space. It was going to be on the small side, considering there are 72 artists at the gallery! Luckily, they fitted all the important pieces in and were ready when the door opened for the Private View.
Among the crowd there were art professionals, university professors, artists, journalists and well-known public figures. Everyone was admiring the wide array of art works in the friendly and creative atmosphere.
Young Real Art’s selection included the futuristic depictions of architecture by Jaroslava Kadlecova, playful animal sculptures by Adam Velisek and Libuse Prazakova, hyper-real life stories by Ondrej Roubik, mysterious landscapes by Zdenek Spour, radiant abstractions by Jakub Tytykalo, the Golden Mum sculpture by Adam Kovalcik, dreamy backyards by Matej Lipavsky, car paintings by Juraj Duris, miniature, out-of-this-world lithographs by Dorota Branna and much more.
Many of the artists came along in person to talk about their work, inspiration and future plans to the art fair visitors. If you were there too, Young Real Art would like to thank you, and is looking forward to seeing again next year!
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