All exhibitions are free of charge. Stephan Zaubitzer: Cinemas is only accessible with a valid accreditation.
Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau: Private Photographs
Galerie Slováckého muzea
Duration: 10 July – 9 September
Opening: Friday 27 July at 5:00 pm
The exhibition is part of this year’s Silent Films section dedicated to Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau. It displays Murnau’s private photographs taken while shooting Tabu in Tahiti.
Duration: 15 June – 9 September
Opening: Sunday 29 July at 5:00 pm
TERRY’S SOCKS collection will display the posters to the legendary Ingmar Bergman’s films.
Stephan Zaubitzer: Cinemas
Duration: 27 July – 29 August
Opening: Saturday 28 July at 5:30 pm
Single screening room cinemas are likely to go extinct. German photographer Stephan Zaubitzer decided to preserve them in his pictures.
Official websites: http://www.stephanzaubitzer.com/sets/cinemas/
Po-lin. Jews in the Republic of Many Nations
Duration: 27 July – 16 September
Opening: Monday 30 July at 4.00 pm
From the 16th to the 18th century, Polish-Lithuanian state was the world’s centre of Jewish culture.
Uherské Hradiště Prison
Duration: 30 July – 3 August, 1:00 – 6:00 pm
Opening: Monday 30 July at 1:00 pm
An exhibition of the works by three students of the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague.
Prison tours: July 30, August 1, August 3, always at 2:00 pm, 3 pm and 4 pm.
Limited capacity, you need to register in advance at email@example.com.