Academia de las Artes y las Ciencias Cinematográficas de Espaňa, Madrid (5. 2. 2009 - 31. 3. 2009) —
Hitting another spot on its Spanish tour, the travelling exhibition of 40 Czech authors has been introduced at the prestigious Madrid Film Academy. The collection of original Czechoslovak posters for Spanish films has reached Madrid after its previous stops in Segovia, Santiago de Compostela and Burgos. After Madrid, the exhibition will be displayed in the city of Cáceres in the western Spanish autonomous province of Extremadura.
The exhibition is organized in a cooperation with the Czech Center in Madrid and is part of the Czech presidency of the EU.
Cinema Aero, Prague (15. 1. 2009 - 28. 2. 2009) —
Another exhibition from the cycle, “The Golden Era of Czechoslovak Film Posters” introduced the rich poster work of Zdeněk Vlach (21.3.1942-13.7.1999).
This autodidact, who was using mainly the American retouch, created the unbelievable number of 203 film posters between 1963 and 1989.
Cinema Máj, Litoměřice (5. 1. 2009 - 31. 1. 2009) —
In the scope of retrospective exhibition in the Northbohemia Gallery of Fine Arts in Litoměřice took place an exhibition of Jiří Šalamoun´s film posters in cinema Máj. Even though he created only twenty film posters, his distinctive art writing makes them uneasy to overlook.
Cinema Světozor, Prague (1. 1. 2009 - 28. 2. 2009) —
This selection of authorial graphic posters presents almost fifty pieces of art created by prominent Czechoslovakian graphic designers. These posters were made for films about men and men‘s world – with all its sources of joy and sorrow.