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Prague Brings Contemporary Art Into Four Metro Stations

Prague Brings Contemporary Art Into Four Metro Stations

Prague Morning

The exhibition “Art Behind the Line” is the first project that shows Prague metro stations as a space open for contemporary art.

The project was launched on May 11 as a cooperation between the Prague Public Transport (DPP) and the Prague City Gallery (GHMP) at four metro stations: Můstek (line A), Florenc, Náměstí Republiky and Karlovo náměstí on line B.

The exhibition runs through December 31, 2020, and showcase 16 works by 8 different artists.

Passengers can enjoy photographic works by Jiří Kovanda, Markéta Othová, Krištof Kintera, Timo, Lucia Sceranková, Ondřej Přibyl and the artistic duo Lukáš Jasanský – Martin Polák and Hynek Alt – Aleksandra Vajd.

Guided tours are also being prepared for those interested in both the works and the history and architecture of the metro stations.

Photo: DPP
Photo: DPP
Photo: DPP
Photo: DPP

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