The Image Speaks: Miloš Forman and the Free Cinema Movement
The importance of ordinary people, the everyday, belief in artistic freedom and the rejection of established cinematic norms are some of the principles common to the early work of Czech director Milos Forman and the British Free Cinema movement. This programme, jointly curated with Close-Up and screening from original 16mm and 35mm prints, marks Miloš Forman’s 85th birthday. It uncovers for the first time the striking and instructive resemblances in the development of Czech and British cinema which evolved on parallel and sometimes interconnecting courses.
Be Our Guest
Czech Centre Tel Aviv is presenting portraits of its guests visiting Israel in 2016. This series is a result of a long term project by the photographer Pavlina Schultz, who has been creating a photo archive of personalities invited by the Czech Centre Tel Aviv to showcase Czech culture in Israel.
A clothing original exhibition "Japan quiet strength" after a successful presentation in Tokyo presented at a press conference at the Gallery of the Czech Centres, Apr 11, 2017. Photo: © Anna Pleslová
Opening of the exhibition focused on the work of the graphic designer Otte Wallish. April, 5. © Anna Pleslová Photography.
Exhibition of a young Czech photographer Jan Šmíd and the photos of the Czech nature conservation areas. The exhibition also provides an opportunity to meet new Czech labels.
Exhibition of photographs of the Turkish artist Mustafa Dedeoğlu. Feb 2, 2017. Photo: © Petr Našic