Major exhibition of interwar art in Czechoslovakia gets underway in Prague

An exhibition called New Realisms opens in Prague City Gallery on Wednesday, offering a fresh perspective on visual culture and art in Czechoslovakia between 1918 and 1945.

The exhibition features more than 300 works of art, including  paintings, sculptures, drawings and prints, as well as photography and film, taking into account ethnic minorities and solitary artists within the borders of the former Czechoslovakia,

Among the artists represented in the exhibition, which is due to run until August 25, is Karel Čapek, Jan Zrzavý, Otto Gutfreund, František Muzika, and Zdenek Rykr.

Author: Ruth Fraňková