Exhibitions

G1 Exhibiting at Shanghai Art Fair 2017

Czech Pavilion at Shanghai Art Fair 2017.

The Czech Glass Art Alliance with support of Czech Trade agency and the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic have prepared the very first exhibition on the traditional Czech art glass in Shanghai within the Shanghai Art Fair 2017.

Shanghai Art Fair 2017(21st), as Asia’s celebrated art exchange with long history and high internationalization degree, presenting domestic and overseas collectors a artists.
More than 20 countries and areas’ art galleries, organizations, agencies participated in event during the past dozen years. Number of visitors was around 60000 persons

Is held at the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition and Convention Center (No.1099 Guozhan Rd.), Booth B74

Vernissage  November 1st 2017 7PM, Opening November 2(Thu) – 5(Sun)

Exhibition Zdenek Lhotsky & Associates 2017

Saturday 16 September 2017 from 17 hours – opening of Zdenek Lhotsky exhibition of glass Zdenek Lhotsky & Associates 2017 in renovated industrial space Kotelna in Železný Brod. The exhibition presents works of Zdenek Lhotsky, and five of his friends – artists who work in cooperation with his studio in Pelechov. The choice for the year 2017 shall include, in addition to the objects of Mr Lhotsky also works of Oldrich Plíva, Martin Hlubucek, Jaroslav Rona, Lucie Svitorkova and Rebeca Huerty (Mexico). All exhibited artist are connected with the choice of the glass melting, but all are comming with a unique concept of sculpture. Installation of their works together with industrial interior Kotelny creates special exhibition.

Exhibition curator: PhDr. Sylva Petrová

SKLOVOTVAR – LHOTSKY / PLIVA / RONA / SVITORKOVA

Zdenek Lhotsky‘s Studio for kiln cast glass production at Pelechov in cooperation with G1PARTNERS organized an extraordinary exhibition of Zdenek Lhotsky, Oldrich Pliva, Jaroslav Rona  and guests Lucie Svitorkova  in a newly refurbished industrial building called “Kotelna” = boiler room in Zelezny Brod, Czech Republic. The exhibition is open from July  17th to October 15th 2016. For visit please call +420 773 790 136 or  +420 773 660 319.