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Galerie Zdeněk Sklenář

Operating since the early 1990s, The independent Zdeněk Sklenář Gallery promotes high quality Czech fine art in its two locations, one in Prague and one in Litomysl.

Mikulandská 135/7, Prague

Galerie Zdeněk Sklenář belongs to the generation of institutions involved in establishing the contemporary art market that came into being after 1989 in what was then still Czechoslovakia. The gallery brings together leading artists representing both tradition and contemporaneity. To date, the gallery has organised more than 200 solo shows and many collective exhibitions at international level.

Publishing is a natural accompaniment to exhibition activities: the gallery produced more than 100 publications, together with films about art, and albums of prints and other graphic works by artists from the Czech Republic and beyond.

The two public spaces are designed by the architect Josef Pleskot. The first was opened in 2011 and is the world’s second smallest private park open to the public. The second is a zen garden, which opened in 2017.

Galerie Zdeněk Sklenář is a pioneer when it comes to relations with China. One of the most important activities carried out by Galerie Zdeněk Sklenář consists of the popularisation of Chinese art in the Czech Republic and vice versa, and the gallery has served as a role model for many other institutions and individuals in both countries. The reason of this interest is rooted in the the gallery’s founder family background, nephew and namesake of the famous Czech painter Zdeněk Sklenář (1910–1986), who was fascinated by China even as a child.
Contacts & Details

Dear Friends and Art Lovers,

In order to comply with the extraordinary measures implemented by the Czech government, all of the exhibition spaces at our gallery are temporarily closed to the public.

Call us on our mobile number +420 773 794 510, or send us an e-mail to galerie@zdeneksklenar.cz.

For enjoyment, browse through our website. Here you will find interesting interviews about art, an archive of past exhibitions, and our e-shop, which offers the publications, films, audiobooks and posters that our gallery has produced and published during the thirty years of our existence.

Thank you for your custom and your understanding, we look forward to seeing you again once the situation makes it possible.

With wishes of good health for all!

T: +420 773 794 510
M: galerie@zdeneksklenar.cz
W: Galerie Zdeněk Sklenář

ADDRESS
Mikulandská 135/7, Prague

ESTABLISHED
1990
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Represented Artists
Josef Achrer
Artist
Michael Bielický
Artist
Václav Boštík
Artist
Vladimír Boudník
Artist
Václav Cigler
Artist
Josef Čapek
Artist
Marek Číhal
Artist
Alén Diviš
Artist
Milan Dobeš
Artist
Emil Filla
Artist
Ľudovít Fulla
Artist
Milan Grygar
Artist
David Hanvald
Artist
Josef Kaplický
Artist
Krištof Kintera
Artist
Kolář Jiří
Artist
Jiří Kovanda
Artist
Jan Křížek
Artist
Bohumil Kubišta
Artist
František Kupka
Artist
Kamil Lhoták
Artist
Karel Malich
Artist
Mikuláš Medek
Artist
Jan Merta
Artist
Josef Pleskot
Artist
Stanislav Podhrázský
Artist
Jan Preisler
Artist
Jindřich Prucha
Artist
Jiří Příhoda
Artist
Bohuslav Reynek
Artist
René Roubíček
Artist
Zdeněk Sklenář
Artist
Antonín Střížek
Artist
Zdeněk Sýkora
Artist
Josef Šíma
Artist
Jindřich Štyrský
Artist
Lubomír Typlt
Artist
Josef Váchal
Artist
Wang Guangyi
Artist
Yi Wu
Artist
Zhang Xiaogang
Artist
Jan Zrzavý
Artist
Yue Minjun
Artist
Past Exhibitions
Exhibitions
Malich 95
Galerie Zdeněk Sklenář is pleased to present an exhibition of pastels by Karel Malich called Malich...
18 Oct 2019 - 25 Jan 2020
Galerie Zdeněk Sklenář
Prague
Exhibitions
Krištof Kintera: Neuropolis
In conjunction with the exhibition, Galerie Zdeněk Sklenář is also publishing a book from the Czech Laozi Edition – Laozi’s Dao De Jing: The Book of the Dao and Its Virtue, as translated by Rudolf Dvořák in 1920 and with illustrations by Krištof Kintera.
25 Aug 2020 - 07 Nov 2020
Galerie Zdeněk Sklenář
Prague
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