Autumn Exhibitions You Shouldn´t Miss in Pilsen
Guided Tours of Loos Interiors
In three different guided tours you can visit the newly reconstructed and refurbished apartment interiors featuring salons, dining rooms, bedrooms and other parts of interiors created by world-famous architect Adolf Loos in Pilsen. The interiors stand out with their timelessness, bold design, use of natural materials and their practicality. During October the guided tours are still available every Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. For more information and for booking your tickets online, visit www.adolfloosplzen.cz.
Exhibition Nomads in DEPO2015 (June - October)
Until the end of October, DEPO2015 hosts an outdoor exhibition dedicated to people who are, for some reason or another, always on the move. In addition to a daily tour, the exhibition offers a bonus overnight stay in one of the seven nomadic shelters for a fee of a few hundred. You can experience personally what it feels like to be a nomad.
Exhibition Bob Dylan: On the Road – Unknown Face of the Famous Artist
In the re-opened main building of the Museum of West Bohemia, you can visit an exhibition of paintings by musician and painter Bob Dylan. The exhibition includes gramophone records and themed photographs by Czech photographer Alan Pajer.
Exhibition THEN IN EUROPE. Czech Artists in Totalitarian Regimes 1939 - 1953
The Exhibition Hall of Masné krámy provides a great opportunity to visit an exhibition presenting Czech art of the 1940s, during which two totalitarian regimes and war raged through Europe. Pieces of art are complemented by documentary photographs of refugees and people violently transported to extermination camps. The exhibition can be visited until January 21, 2018.
Exhibition Magic Luxembourgs in Papírna
You can visit the traveling exhibition Magic Luxembourgs until October 30, 2017 in the Papírna Cultural Centre. The exhibition features replicas of coronation jewels, 3D models of castles and other buildings, such as Karlštejn Castle or Charles Bridge, family trees, replicas of war and defensive machines, as well as statues of the sovereigns of the Luxembourg family. The jewels come from the hands of Jiří Urban of Turnov who created also the cross for Pope John Paul II. or a garnet jewellery set for the English Queen Elizabeth II.