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Our Kunsthalle Praha team will continue to grow. We are seeking full-time colleagues as well as volunteers and co-workers endowed with professionalism, creativity, team spirit, a serious attitude and a love of art. External curators, artists and other experts will also be welcome to take part in Kunsthalle Praha's activities.
As we consolidate Kunsthalle Praha’s team, we will be looking for people who share our values of professionalism, creativity, teamwork, customer orientation and, of course, a passion for art. In addition to our full-time team, we offer exciting internship and volunteer opportunities for anyone inspired by art.
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Kunsthalle Praha seeks an experienced Production Manager to support the production of exhibitions, installations, special projects and events organized by Kunsthalle Praha. Reporting to the Head of Exhibitions, the successful candidate coordinates the planning, management and execution of complex visual art exhibitions, projects, events and related efforts.
Do you love modern art? Would you like to take part in creating exhibitions, publications, and other projects presenting Czech and international modern and contemporary art? Would you like to engage in creative projects next to your regular job? Or maybe you are a student who wants to gain experience? Join us as a volunteer or take an internship!
We are looking for a native English speaker with knowledge of Czech language for external cooperation - translating texts from Czech to English. If you are interested, please send us your professional cv and examples of your work at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Living Kunsthalle is the first major show organized by Kunsthalle Praha before the opening of its own building in 2021. Conceived as a festive night of encounters, Living Kunsthalle will transform the iconic New Stage of the National Theatre in Prague into a true artistic laboratory. Throughout the night, moving from space to space, the visitors will discover performances, sound sculptures, projections, and experimental works coming to life in every corner of the theatre.
Giorgio de Chirico’s Les Jouets Défendus (The Forbidden Toys), a work recently acquired by Kunsthalle Praha and rarely presented outside of the Czech Republic, is on show at the Mons Museum of Fine Arts (BAM) within an exhibition of Belgian Surrealism.
On March 4 2019, the Delfina Foundation in London welcomed two new residents, curator Tereza Záchová and artist Radek Brousil, who were selected from an open call for Czech artists, curators and theoreticians, launched in December 2018. A third residency will be taken up by Jaro Varga, a Slovak artist and curator, who will join the Foundation in autumn 2019.
The Kunsthalle Praha building is currently undergoing renovation. However, while we prepare the building for opening, we invite you to visit our interim programme, the Facade Project. This is a series of site-specific projects for this unique public space, building on the historical project to place a series of kinetic light sculptures entitled One Hundred Years of Electricity, by sculptor Zdeňek Pešánek, on the façade of the 1930s building by architect Vilém Kvasnička. Pešánek’s original sculptures have today only survived as models. The new installation by Adéla Součková, which has appeared on the building facade, bears the title Exit the Loop. A canvas stretched across the entire surface of the facade is the visual continuation of an original text, which the artist has also had set to music.