The exhibition is a homage to Mikuláš Medek, whose work has left an important mark on Czech history. On view, seven of his early paintings, dating from the 1950s to the 1970s: among them, one of the most famous is the “Cranachesque Supralyric with an Imperialist Flower”, linked to a namesake photo of the artist’s wife shot in 1950 also on view.
The other paintings also refer to some episodes of the artist’s eventful life who, fearing the Czechoslovak State Security forces, was forced to hide many of his paintings to save them.
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