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Forgetting Remembering: Czech and Slovak Prints and Books Katerina Kyselica 25 November, 2018

Following the success of the Celebrating Print Exhibitions, a series of presentations showcasing the Czech and Slovak contemporary art prints at BBLA Gallery in 2013–2015, I was invited to curate a...

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Plurality of Identity In the Works of Zdenek Lhotsky Sylva Petrova 26 May, 2017

The narrow field of specialisation that we see all around us, including in art and the commercial strategies of galleries, is a contemporary characteristic. However, artistic creativity behaves in...

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Kamila Stanclova on Inspiration and Dreams Katerina Kyselica 18 October, 2016

Dreams may seem like a mirage. For Slovak artist Kamila Stanclova, whose fine art prints were exhibited at BBLA Gallery in "Celebrating Print 2014" exhibition,  dreaming is almost like breathing. I...

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Painting Abstract, With Traces of Reality Katerina Kyselica 14 March, 2014

I met artist Sue Karnet in a way typical for New York – at a random ‘meet-up’ gathering of like-minded people searching for connection; we clicked when discussing art and our hearts filled with joy...

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In Celebrating Print, Fantasies Triggered Our Imagination Katerina Kyselica 28 January, 2014

The recent exhibition at the BBLA Gallery presented phenomenal prints, all hand-pulled, by two generations of renowned Czech and Slovak printmakers. Their world of fantasy and imagination was...

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Czech Printmaking, Tradition and Excellence Katerina Kyselica 31 March, 2013

A rare exhibition of Czech prints this March in New York City allowed for a brief viewing of fine art prints by renowned contemporary Czech printmakers from the HOLLAR Association of Czech Graphic...

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Bohemian Benevolent & Literary AssociationHospodaThe National Czech and Slovak MuseumAmerican Friends of the Czech RepublicCzech CenterConsulate General