Cinemas Světozor, Oko a Aero, Prague (5. 3. 2015 - 20. 5. 2015) —
In the end of 1920’s the Czech culture received a strong impulse from Surrealism. In the time of the Protectorate and Stalinism that followed, surrealists still worked in hiding. In the more liberated 1960’s the Surrealist aesthetics became more popularized and domesticated. The film poster is proof of that.
Cinemas Aero, Oko and Světozor - Prague (1. 12. 2014 - 28. 2. 2015) —
Exhibition which will be presented in Aero, Oko and Světozor cinemas in Prague introduces 102 Polish film posters from our collection. These posters originated in years 1953 – 1991 and their authors are i.e. Roman Cieslewicz, Franciszek Starowieyski, Jan Lenica, Waldemar Swierzy, Wiktor Górka, Jan Mlodozeniec, Julian Palka and Wojciech Fangor.
Cinema Svetozor, Prague (10. 10. 2014 - 10. 11. 2014) —
New exhibition of 42 romanian posters, which was created by students of National art university (UNArte) in Bucharest, West university in Timisoara and University of art and design in Cluz, is possible to see in cinema Svetozor in Prague from October 10th till November 10th. It is unique experience to see what happens if you give young artists total freedom in creation of movie poster..
Cinema Svetozor, Aero and Oko, Prague (3. 7. 2014 - 20. 9. 2014) —
Exhibition Lo and Behold! is introducing 100 not yet exhibited posters from Terry posters collection. It follows compilation exhibitions UÁÁÁ and ÁÁCH, which took place in 2010 and 2012 in Uherske Hradiste and Ceske Budejovice.