The undisputed hero of the 1952 the Summer Olympics was the greatest Czech runner of all time, Emil Zátopek.
In Jihlava, everything from torture to religion in a celebration of documentary films.
Renowned Czech architect Eva Jiřičná may be based in the UK and have numerous overseas accomplishments, but she remains heavily involved in the local architecture scene.
Žižkov’s Aero cinema last week launched a unique series of 43 films by Swedish director Ingmar Bergman that will run until mid-December.
Argentine singer Juana Molina plays the Lucerna Music Bar on Wednesday, October 22 as part of an extensive European tour.
The Archivo Sur exhibition at FUTURA offers the most extensive and exhaustive presentation of Latin American art exhibited in the Czech Republic to date.
If you go down to the woods today, you’re sure of a big surprise…
Young architect Ondřej Chybík has already developed quite an impressive résumé. A student at Brno University of Technology, he just took first place in the prestigious House of Wood competition.
Forty years after Martha Rosler’s provocative images first appeared, her works are being presented for the first time in the Czech Republic.
Things you should know before you enter a Czech bank.