September 24 – December 4, 2021
We invite you to the exhibition
Zdeněk Lhotský: A Sarcophagus for a Queen
Opening Ceremony: 23.09.2021, 19:00
Opening hours: September 24 – December 4, 2021, Tue – Sat, 14:00 – 18:00
More information: www.tzberlin.de
After more than 200 exhibitions in the Czech Republic and abroad, glassmaker, sculptor, painter, graphic artist, and designer Zdeněk Lhotský – an important representative of contemporary Czech art – presents his work at the Czech Centre in Berlin. The exhibition runs from 24 September to 4 December 2021. Continue reading
On 3 September at 6 pm we heartily invite you to the opening of the exhibition Czech Glass, Quo Vadis ?! in Giudecca Art District – GAD on Giudecca Island in Venice.
Together with the exhibiting artists:
Vladimíra Klumparová, Zdeněk Lhotský, Jaroslav Róna, Michal Macků, Petr Stanický, Klára Horáčková, Martin Janecký, Michaela Spružinová, Luba Bakičová and Tomáš Krejčí.
On 4 September, the international glass festival – The Venice Glass Week, of which this exhibition will be a part, will be opened and will last until 12 September.
The exhibition will run for a month and will close after the 10th edition of “Art Night Venezia” from October 2-3, 2021.
ART LINES team, curator Mária Gálová
Museum of Glass and Jewellery in Jablonec nad Nisou would like to invite You to the exhibition opening ceremony on Wednesday 16. 5. 2018, 5pm, Main Building, U Muzea 398/4, Jablonec nad Nisou.
Exhibition is held under the auspices of Martin Půta, Governor of the Liberec Region.
May 17th – September 30th 2018
Zdenek Lhotsky exhibits at the Czech Pavilion at Shanghai Art Fair 2017.
Shanghai Art Fair 2017 is held at the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition and Convention Center (No.1099 Guozhan Rd.), Booth B74.
The vernissage is November 1st 2017 7PM and Opening November 2(Thu) – 5(Sun).
This is the the very first exhibition on the traditional Czech art glass in Shanghai within the Shanghai Art Fair 2017.
Shanghai Art Fair 2017(21st), as Asia’s celebrated art exchange presenting domestic and overseas collectors a artists from more that 20 countries.