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WHERE CREATIVITY COMES FROM YOUR ACTIONS – Under Czech’s sky, where the mind of people can conceive, believe and achieve

Until you do not lose sight of art’s shore, you cannot cross-ocean’s creativity For postcard or poster sized souvenirs, do not forget its gift shop. Here you can admire this beloved artist, whose talent for expressive women helped define the Art Nouveau movement. Mucha Museum collection includes theatrical posters that established Czech painter Alphonse Mucha reputation in Paris, alongside work …

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THE UNIVERSE IN A CAMERA – Jan Saudek: An artist to be fully included in the history of photography

Obsessed by time, aging, loss of beauty It carries with it a legal implication, and a moral one. Sociologist Chris Jenks introduces transgression http://www.redwedgemagazine.com/online-issue/the-way-of-transgression, as a cultural concept that crossing of a boundary, like the immoral yielding to temptation. Many artists, such as Jan Saudek, do not know this boundary, and you need to remember this, observing his works. His …

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DESIGN AND SEWING UNIQUE FEMALE CLOTHES – Jakub Polanka: One of the most successful Czech fashion designers

Not trends, but emphasis on the elements of style Expressessing history relative to people culture his country, Czech painter Mikolas Ales https://www.vltava-river.com/en/activity/mikolas-ales-s-south-bohemian-gallery-ohase6mo5z had have depicts clothing. Traveling Czech Republic, you will find Eastern style in Moravia and Silesia, while the Western style in Bohemia and mid-Moravia. If you are looking for clothing souvenirs, we suggest fashion designer Jakub Polanka. His …

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THE SELF-DEFINED BOOKSELLER THAT WRITTEN POEMS – František Halas: Search for a poetic form that encapsulate the situation of the individual in modern society

Mobilizing passion and intense moral awareness Its landscape has preserved its bucolic aspects, the hilly terrain that has not changed much while highway bisects an old battlefield. It is a country town east of Brno. Slavkov u Brna gave its name to the Battle of Austerlitz https://www.austerlitz.org/en/austerlitz-2019-press-release/, which took place several kilometres to the west of the town. The Old …

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THE GOLDEN VOICE OF PRAGUE – Karel Gott, messenger of the Good News

The King of Czech pop music Looking for best live-music venues in Prague, you can start by Café V Lese, heavily featuring progressive music and alternative genres, at ground level on the Krymská party street. Running since 1958, Reduta Jazz Club helped to sustain jazz as a cultural form, offering nightly concerts in a retro interior. Starting as an underground …

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PAINTER, GRAPHIC, ARTIST AND ILLUSTRATOR – Jan Zrzavý: A creativity motivated by foreign and domestic landscapes

A symbolist heavily influenced by medieval art For postcard or poster sized souvenirs, do not forget its gift shop. Here you can admire this beloved artist, whose talent for expressive women helped define the Art Nouveau movement. Mucha Museum collection includes theatrical posters that established Czech painter Alphonse Mucha reputation in Paris, alongside work that brought him back to his …

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WHEN A GOAL SCARE YOU A LITTLE, EXCITING A LOT – Living creatively in Yekaterinburg

Think creatively, where the Romanovs had met their end Albert Camus was convinced that creativity allowed us to shape our destiny. This is what happened beyond the Urals, in the Russian city of Yekaterinburg http://en.ekburg.ru/INFO/Turisticinformationservice/. With the words of George Bernard Shaw, in this regard, we should remember that the golden rule is that there are no golden rules. In …

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INTRODUCE URAL’S BEAUTY TO CONTEMPORARIES – Veniamin Leontievich Metenkov: A founder of photography in Urals

A great collection of photos and a house, where a studio used to be One of the things to do is roll around in the snow. Welcome to the Russian banya, into the Urals, in Yekaterinburg https://www.visitrussia.org.uk/blog/a-fans-guide-to-yekaterinburg/, where holidaymakers are stopping by too, to break up their Trans-Siberian journey. Day trips to national parks you offer the chance to escape …

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MULTI-HYPHENATE FASHION DESIGNER – Gosha Rubchinskiy: Taking inspiration from Russian street and youth culture

Where contextual creativity guide through Russia’s underground rave culture Looking for shopping malls in Yekaterinburg‎, where tops with prints and sport shoes are the basics in everyone’s wardrobe, you can remember the Pokrovskiy Passage http://www.ppassage.ru/, a modern shopping center is located in the heart of the city. Popular local brands are Urals and Recycled Skateboards. Here, you will find more …

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A CREATIVE LEGEND IN YEKATERINBURG – Old Man Bukashkin: Growing like a medieval, Slavic harlequin sharing songs and dance

Yekaterinburg’s Folk Punk Legend Its menu spans all the Russian classics with no surprises. Visiting Yekaterinburg, do not forget enter Cafe Kuznya https://restaurantguru.com/Kuznya-Yekaterinburg, the fascinating cafe with wooden interiors crafted by a woodwork artist. Here you can read Ekaterinburg: The Last Days of the Romanovs, a vivid account of the final thirteen days of the Romanovs, until 4 July 1918 …

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