Exhibition activities

An archive of 202 film poster exhibitons organized during last 15 years in the Czech Republic and other countries, sorted in a chronological way. (USA,Japan,Poland,Italy,Spain,Austria)

In more detail All

Polish Film Poster - I.

Lobby and bar Cinema Světozor, Prague (1. 11. 2009 - 31. 12. 2009) —

With this intrudoctary exhibition, we have opened series of the Polish Film Poster exhibitions which belongs to an absolute top of the world graphic design. Same as in the series „The Golden Era of Czechoslovakian Film Poster“ we want to introduce the most famous Polish authors in separated exhibits in next few years.Exhibited posters are shown here

Motive of "eye" in Czechoslovak movie poster

(1. 11. 2009 - 31. 12. 2009) —

Collection of movie posters TERRY POSTERS introduce thematic exhibition of posters created between 1960 and 1989 where artists used creatively and expressively motive of human eye

The Golden Era of Czechoslovak Film Poster - IX. - Zdeněk Kaplan

Cinema Světozor, Prague (10. 9. 2009 - 31. 10. 2009) —

Zdenek Kaplan’s posters were influenced by the art deco morphology. Subtle ornaments, detailed drawings and domineering surreal elements make Kaplan’s style unique. Although he created only 30 posters in Czechoslovakia, he still belongs to the authors who are sought-after the most. Among his best posters we can count posters for film The Seven Year Itch, My Fair Lady, The Penguin, Live for Life .

Film festival Litomerice - 9

Kino Máj, Litoměřice (25. 8. 2009 - 1. 10. 2009) —

Selection of twenty posters were in harmony with theme of festival: "French classic and noir inspiration across cinematography. Audience could see not only czechoslovakian but polish and german poster art as well.

Milan Grygar movie posters in Tokyo

Czech Centre Tokyo, Japan (13. 8. 2009 - 25. 9. 2009) —

A collection of 30 posters by Milan Grygar was introduced in Tokyo. Since the 80’s Milan Grygar has been one of the few Czech artists who have their admirers and fans as far as Japan. The exhibition was organized in cooperation with The Czech Centre in Tokyo and its director Mr Petr Holy.