Ultra contemporary Czech Design will be presented
for the first time in several New York venues.
“This very different exhibition will provide an interactive atmosphere in
which Americans can experience Czech contemporary art in various formats.”
New -York, NY (May 19, 2007)—–“Meet Contemporary Czech Design”
exhibition opens on May 19th, 2007 and will run through September 12, 2007 in different locations throughout Manhattan.
This is an opportunity to exchange ideas with these creative individuals. It is also a chance to talk to these outstanding designers and to discover that the Czech Republic excels in more than “beer and models.” Admission to most events is free.
The exhibition covers six areas: furniture, glass, jewelry, product design, graphic design and decorative accessories. Approximately 400 items will be on display.
Please visit, www.czechcenter.com for detailed information on the artists and locations where they present their work.
The Czech Center New York launched it’s exhibition series “Meet Contemporary Czech Design” this weekend which will run through till September 12, 2007 in different locations throughout Manhattan. The opening party tonight featured furniture from SYMBIOdesign & Jerry Koza and the fashion-design-style magazine Blok. The design studio Qubus left quite an impression with their baby doll head candle holders “little Joseph” at this years ICFF.
Upcoming events will cover the lastest work from Czech designers in furniture, glass, jewelry, product design, graphic design and decorative accessories.