The Soviet tank that Czech visual artist David Černý painted pink back in 1991 will be installed on a floating pontoon on the Vltava river.
This weekend’s Respect festival will again see some of the cream of the world music gathered on a single Prague stage.
Two sections at the recently opened Prague Biennale 5 show some of the vital paths being taken in contemporary European painting.
Famous Czech film and TV actor Pavel Kříž takes the stage in a new guise as part of the English-language Prague Shakespeare Festival.
The Street for Art festival aims to bring some public debate — if not the public itself — back to the capital’s underused public spaces.
The exhibition on Chernobyl by Antonín Kratochvíl was given shocking contemporary relevance following the Fukushima disaster.
Czech writers, living and dead, go on an evening-long European tour; in Prague’s Libeň district, even the police station will host a reading
Swiss video artist Katja Loher displays her work in storefront window to challenge passersby to contemplate global, environmental issues.
“A Couple of Poor Polish-Speaking Romanians” at Prague’s Theater Na zábradlí features an outstanding cast — and dark vision.
Enjoying its strongest attendance ever, Prague Photo displays a broad range of both established and up-and-coming photographic talent.