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Exhibitions - September 2016

Books are difficult to display: Zdenek Seydl

September 14 – October 27 2016

Opening ceremony - Photogallery

An open cycle of exhibitions Books are Difficult to Display is focused on book design. This time curator Martin Tvrdý in association with the Archive of Visual Arts and Elpida o.p.s. decided to draw attention to the work of a leading Czech artist and graphic designer Zdenek Seydl. The display, prepared  as an overview of his work, features his distinct graphic style, known to many Czech readers for instance from children´s books. Presented is also a new book Zdenek Seydl a knihy [Zdenek Seydl and Books]. Admission fee 10 Kč (free for the NL registered readers).

 

Exhibition corridor, ground floor
Monday to Saturday:  9 am – 7 pm

Admission 10 CZK (the NL readers free)


 

Crafting Hands
August 10 - September 10, 2016

Invitation - Photogallery

A display of drawings, paintings, ceramics, wired decorations, bobbin laces, enamels, photographs, products of leather, paper, cork, patchwork, tie-dye textile, and dolls or puppets. The exhibits were made by members (mostly women) of Klub tvořivých knihovníků (The Club of Creative Librarians), which was established as a section of the Association of Library and Information Professionals of the CR (SKIP) in 2010.

Exhibition corridor, ground floor
Monday to Saturday:  9 am – 7 pm

Admission 10 CZK (the NL readers free)



Sep 21, 2016
Opening hours and entrance fee

Exhibitions in the NL
Monday - Saturday 9 am - 7 pm
Admission 10 CZK, the NL readers free

The Klementinum Gallery - Exhibition Hall
(entrance from Marianské Sq., entrance B2)
Tue-Sun 10.30 am - 6 pm
Fee: mentioned by the exhibitions

Contacts

National Library of the CR
Exhibitions department
Klementinum 190
110 00 Prague 1
Czech Republic
Telephone: +420-221663332
exhibition@omega.nkp.cz

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