<h1>Czech Imaginative Art</h1>

The exhibition was based on the contents of the book, edited with the support of the Open Society Institute. The book is an anthology of essays which the art theorist František Šmejkal wrote on the respective theme in the years 1960 – 1988. The book included both published and unpublished texts found in the author’s inheritance. The exhibition presented 344 works by 56 artists.

Exhibited artists:

Jakub Bauernfreud, Zdeněk Beran, Vladimír Boudník, František Bílek, Bedřich Dlouhý, Libor Fára, Emil Filla, František Gross, Karel Hlaváček, Adolf Hoffmeister, František Hudeček, Josef Istler, František Janoušek, Čestmír Janošek, Felix Jenewein, Čestmír Kafka, Eva Kmentová, Jan Koblasa, František Kobliha, Jiří Kolář, Jan Konůpek, Rudolf Krajc, František Kupka, Bohdan Lacina, Kamil Lhoták, Vincenc Makovský, Karel Malich, Bohumír Matal, Mikuláš Medek, František Muzika, Endre Nemes, Karel Nepraš, Ladislav Novák, Jaroslav Panuška, Robert Piesen, Jan Preisler, Zbyněk Sekal, Zbyšek Sion, Zdeněk Sklenář, Bedřich Stefan, Vladimír Sychra, Ladislav Šaloun, Josef Šíma, Jindřich Štyrský, Václav Tikal, Toyen (Marie Čermínová), Jiří Valenta, Aleš Veselý, František Vobecký, Jaroslav Vožniak, Josef Váchal, Alois Wachsman, Josef Wagner, Hana Wichterlová, Jan Zrzavý, Ladislav Zívr

Curator: Jana Šmejkalová

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