Exhibition activities

An archive of 138 film poster exhibitons organized during last 9 years in the Czech Republic and other countries, sorted in a chronological way. (USA,Japan,Poland,Italy,Spain,Austria)

In more detail All

photos from instalation:

Bohumil Hrabal - In heaven garden of bitter berries

Casa del Lector, Madrid (3. 4. 2014 - 21. 9. 2014) —

On occasion of Bohumil Hrabal’s 100th birthanniversary, Czech centre in Madrid prepared in cooperation with prestigious literary institution Casa del Lector and curator Monika Zgustova extensive exhibition dedicated to this important writer. Terry posters participate with poster’s area

Foto from exhibition: Photographer: KAWATA, Norisama:

Czech Posters for Films - From The Collection of Terry Posters

Muzeum of modern Art (MOMAK) Kjóto, Japan (21. 3. 2014 - 11. 5. 2014) —

Representative exhibition in prestigious venue MoMak / Muzeum of Modern Art / in Kjóto was made in cooperation with Czech centres. The collection introduced 82 posters in three theme series.

Theatre posters in Bio Oko

Bio Oko, Prague (1. 3. 2014 - 30. 4. 2014) —

As unique as movie posters of 60s, theatre posters were art pieces of own kind.
The exhibition of Czechoslovak theatre posters in Bio Oko introduce for example those created by Libor Fara or Milan Kopriva and Pavel Brom, which follow famous performances in theatres Semafor or Za branou.

Instalation:

The Golden Era of Czechoslovak Film Posters XXI Josef Flejsar

Cinema Svetozor (27. 2. 2014 - 20. 5. 2014) —

In the next chapter of exhibiton series The Golden Era of Czechoslovak Film Poster, we returned to significant artist Josef Flejsar. We introduced his posters already on exhibition in 2012. This time, visitors will see series of large format posters that haven’t been exhibited on public. The 60 pages catalog was published for this exhibition.

From movie poster to post stamp

(26. 2. 2014 - 4. 5. 2014) —

A collective exhibition is dedicated to movie posters and post stamps. The exhibition introduce graphic artists, who contribute to both art genres. Presented are original designs from Post museum and Terry posters collections.

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