Exhibition in Galerie Rudolfinum provides a disquieting look at contemporary currents in Chinese painting.
Bond goes Bourne in director Marc Forster’s Quantum of Solace, the hyperkinetic 22nd official entry in the long-running series.
At the edge of the Old Town in Tábor, a museum of music that will showcase more than 1 million titles of varied genres is being developed.
The extensive project promises luxury lofts and apartments whilst retaining the industrial character of the original complex. When the Holešovice brewery closed down in 1998, it was in a desolate state.Prague has a plethora of great industrial spaces, and for a long time it seemed developers here were ignoring the potential of transforming some of these spaces into into new, functional apartments, lofts, offices or studios. This is definitely changing. With most historical buildings downtown restored and taken up, developers have started moving further afield – first to Karlín and shortly therafter to Holešovice. Not all of these projects are as successful as they could be. Check out the ongoing Cornlofts project in Karlín, where the developer gutted an entire
A dreary and historically dubious costume drama, The Other Boleyn Girl was given a pass by most critics when it opened in the US this spring.
Grant’s ride to Statenice, west of Prague.
Joseph Stalin’s personality cult in Czechoslovakia had been almost as overwhelming as in the Soviet Union itself. At the time of his death in 1953, work was already well under way to build the biggest statue of the Soviet dictator in the world – unveiled two years later in Letná Park.
An acclaimed cycle of documentaries by Jan Šikl entitled Soukromé století or Private century is based solely on private family archives.
Prague has come a long way in its culinary journey, and this is especially apparent in the increasing abundance of specialty food shops cropping up around the city.
Marionette operas and theater are a prominent part of Prague’s contemporary arts and culture scene.