Jan Kubíček – Retrospective exhibition of the Czech Constructivist artist; April 23 – August 10 2014

Painter Jan Kubíček (1927-2013) ranks amongs the leading representatives of the Czech Constructivist movement.

From an early fascination with the visual aspects of the contemporary city, Kubíček evolved towards the autonomous use of the language of geometry.

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From the mid-1960s onwards his works represent a purely geometrical spirit of structural art.

Kubíček went through Lettrism phase, took photographs and made collages.

This is his first retrospective exhibition in Czech Republic. His works are in both public and private collections all around the word.

Where: Municipal Library, Mariánské náměstí 1, Tue-Sun 10-6 pm
How to get there: 5 min walk from the Old Town Square
Tram 17, 18 Staroměstská
Metro / green line A Staroměstská
Tickets: 120 / 60 CZK

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