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Kuna nese nanuk: The Art of Reading Art

9 Luty - 12 Maj 2019, Humpolec

8smička presents the exhibition based on the interwar avantgarde tradition and 1960s Lettrism art. The alphabet, as  a set of basic building stones of our language, serves self-expression. Literary and visual artists play with letters and explore the limits between word and image, or use the script to amplify the visual effect. The letter, as a sign, and simultaneously often also an aesthetic geometric symbol, plays an important role also in the current digitised world, where focusing just on text and not observing only visual navigation through images or photographs is becoming increasingly difficult.

Artists:
Milan Adamčiak, Pavel Büchler, Dalibor Chatrný, Bohumila Grögerová, Milan Grygar, Josef Hiršal, Jiří Kolář, Běla Kolářová, Július Koller, Viktor Kopasz, Jakub Kovařík, Radoslav Kratina, Jan Kubíček, Ján Mančuška, Štěpán Marko, Milča Mayerová, Monogramista T.D, Vítězslav Nezval, Ladislav Novák, Eduard Ovčáček, Marian Palla, Otto Pilip, Matěj Polách, Rafani, Vojtěch Říha, Jiří Skála, Zdeněk Sklenář, Václav Stratil, Tomáš Svoboda, Jan Šerých, Karel Teige, Timo, Karel Trinkewitz, Miloš Urbásek, Andrea Vacovská, Jiří Valoch, Lenka Vítková, Dušan Zahoranský. 

Curators: Emma Hanzlíková

Muzeum umění Olomouc 2011-2016