IN HEAD, IN THE LANDSCAPE, IN THE CITY: TOMÁŠ HLAVINA - PETR PASTRŇÁK - PETR PÍSAŘÍK
DATE OF THE EXHIBITION: 6. 4. – 26. 5. 2013
The spring exhibition in the Miroslav Kubík Gallery in Litomyšl presented three prominent Czech artists of the middle generation. They are Tomáš Hlavina (* 1966), Petr Pastrňák (* 1962) and Petr Písařík (* 1968), who, in addition to studying at the post-revolutionary Academy of Fine Arts in Prague, also combines exhibitions in the now legendary MXM Gallery in Prague, where . While Pastrňák is famous for his paintings, moving on the edge between landscape and abstraction, Písařík, in addition to aesthetically pleasing abstract paintings, saturated with the spirit of the city and the design industry, also generates intricately structured objects, often with the help of discarded materials. Tomáš Hlavina, on the other hand, has long been creating simple, simple spatial works with a subtext of pleasant humor and a clever dialectic of content and form. The exhibition of these established artists of the middle generation, whose works are, among other things, part of the current permanent exhibition of the National Gallery in Prague's Trade Fair Palace and also one of the key figures of the Wannieck Gallery in Brno, combines paintings and spatial objects and thus fits into the non-traditional dispositions of the .