Foyer of Bio Central Cinema (1. 4. 2019 - 30. 6. 2019) —
*28.4. 1940, Prague, a graphic and textile designer.
From 1966 to 1972, she was intensively working on film posters in the cooperation with the editorial staff of the Central Film Rental. When the normalization had begun, consequently, the staff was changed and Galová-Vodrážková quit the job. Since then, she engaged mostly in textile design (pendant textile collages).
Foyer of Bio Oko Cinema, Prague (1. 4. 2019 - 30. 6. 2019) —
Japan cinematography was, until 1989 (the year when the author and artistic poster were ceased for production), very rarely spotted in Czechoslovak cinemas. When we look back at that time, we can only guess the reason for that – most probable is the difficulty to gain authorship rights for exhibiton of the rich japanese cinematography, which was very much „encouraged“ by tough censorship. Many japanese films were too explicit, sexually opened and thematically, not suitable for socialist person. Despite this fact, tens of japanese films were bought for the czechoslovak cinemas during the 60’s and 70’s mainly.
The House of Arts in Opava (22. 3. 2019 - 16. 6. 2019) —
The exhibition in The House of Arts in Opava presents a collection of approximately 200 film posters, divided to four basic groups.
In the ambit and the oratorium you can find Profiles of the Artists. On the 1st floor of the column hall posters of the famous Czechoslovak New Wave and posters of Czechoslovak Cult Films will be presented. The fourth group are Posters of Foreign Films, which were projected in Czechoslovak cinemas
Foyer of Světozor Cinema, Prague (24. 1. 2019 - 30. 4. 2019) —
This special selection exhibition presents sixty posters from the Terry Posters poster collection.
After thirteen years of existence, the collection contains more than twenty thousand posters. Film posters, which were our only collecting interest at first, have been systematically joined by non-film posters (theater, exhibition, propaganda, music, tourist, sports, advertising) for several years now – nowadays, we keep more than 5000 of those. To the similar extent we also focused on foreign posters. First and foremost, we hold world-famous Polish posters but also German, Hungarian, Cuban, Soviet and other posters. There are already three thousand kinds of foreign posters in the Terry Posters collection.
(12. 12. 2018 - 12. 3. 2019)