Artěl 1908 - 1935

  • Date: 26.11.2008 — 1.3.2009
  • Venue: Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague/Czech Republic
  • Category: Exhibition

Art for EverydayUse.

The Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague commemorates the 100th anniversary of Artěl - one of the outstanding institutions of Czech applied arts and design in the early 20th Century. The exhibition explores Artěl’s endeavours over a quarter of a century. A variety of wares and designs with the prestigious Artěl trademark will be presented in several sections. Founded in Prague in 1908, Artěl associated prominent figures of the Czech art scene. Initially, the association focused on designing and manufacturing “minor art for everyday use“ - small functional and decorative items made of wood, ceramic, metal and other materials. Over the years, it extended its activities to include comprehensive designs of interior spaces, both private homes and commercial interiors. A common goal for Artěl despite different trends was to introduce a modern aesthetic outlook, as in modern European movements.

  • Organizer of the Event: Uměleckoprůmyslové museum v Praze
  • Sponzors: ČEZ a.s., Galerie Kodl
  • Website: www.upm.cz

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