Artists

Lohnicky Martin S.

MARTIN S. LOHNICKY

Birthdate: 3. 5. 1965 (Hradec Králové)

Adress: Obere Augartenstraße 12-14/4/1, 1020 Wien

Contact: +43/(0)676 948 34 64, MSLohnicky@gmail.com

Author lives and works in Vienna.

Member of Association of Czech Graphic Artists since 2019.

 

Conceptual artist, curator and mentor. He focuses exclusively on the author’s book since 2012.


He studied and worked at Trutnoc, Prague, Pardubice and Hradec Králové in the Czech Republic. Now he lives and works in Vienna.

We worked for in international advertising industry for many years (untill 2011, he definitely left this area).

Solo exhibitions, group exhibitions, performances, collections in the Czech Republic, Austria, Bavaria, Slovak Republic.

A member of Künstlerhaus Vienna (graphic art, painting) – www.k-haus.at – he leads CON.FRONT.ART – Association to support contemporary art forms www.confrontart.eu

2016 – Edition and first retrospective od ten author’s books and projects + digibooks: STRICTLY LIMITED MMXVI ORIGINAL EDITION

2020 – Edition of ten author’s and collective books, graphic portfolios + multimedia: STRICTLY LIMITED MMXX UNIQUE EDITION

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Selection for Hollar Association – from author’s book KATYUSHA GOES WEST (2021)

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2016 – 2017   INSTITUT FÜR KULTURKONZEPTE Vienna

Kulturmanagement and mediation of art – Certificate

2009 – 2013   UNIVERSITY of  HRADEC KRÁLOVÉ – Faculty od Education

                           Department of Art – Graphic art work and Multimedia

                           Athelier of doc. Jaroslava Severová – author’s book and diploma thesis

1999 – 2000    WERBE AKADEMIE – WIFI Vienna

Copyright and adwertising law – State Exam

1979 – 1983   HIGH SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY AND ART Trutnov

                         Artistic processing of metal and stone – artistic blacksmithing

                         Athelier of prof. Alena Zetová – graduation – metal variable furniture

Contemporary Polish serigraphy : The collection of the International Serigraphy Symposium Ostrava 2013 – 2021

POLSKIE: zaproszenie Współczesna polska serigrafia

ČESKY: pozvánka Současná polská serigrafie

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Contemporary Polish serigraphy

The collection of the International Serigraphy Symposium Ostrava 2013 – 2021

 

VIRTUAL EXHIBITION

1. 4. – 30. 4. 2021

Curators: Zbyněk Janáček, Marek Sibinský, Andrea Uváčiková

Honorary Curator: Eduard Ovčáček

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/168605951766875/

ONLINE OPENING: Dear friends, the exhibition opening will take place at ZOOM on Thursday 1. 4. 2021 at 7 PM

ZOOM OPENING WILL BE HERE: https://zoom.us/j/92681026207?pwd=Y2dsSHcyVUNsRGh4NzhraUFtWVVWZz09

Meeting ID: 926 8102 6207

International Serigraphy Symposium Ostrava In the second half of the 1990s, Eduard Ovčáček and Zbyněk Janáček laid the foundations for a screenprinting studio that, from

1999 onwards, became one of the most recognised centres of screenprinting in the Czech Republic and internationally. It was aimed at promoting the printmaking technique

of screenprinting (also called silkscreen and serigraphy) through workshops, specialist lectures, collection activities and exhibitions. The five editions of the SWO (Serigraphy Workshop Ostrava) that were staged from 1999 to 2004 and were accompanied by exhibitions in countries including Italy, Slovakia and Poland were followed by ISSO

– the International Serigraphy Symposium Ostrava. At the Department of Drawing and Printmaking in the renovated spaces of the Faculty of Fine Arts and Music, Zbyněk Janáček and Marek Sibinský opened up ‘ongoing’ screenprinting workshops to a series of key figures of art and art teaching in the field of contemporary central European printmaking. Most of these participants are connected with art colleges in the Czech Republic (including Prague, Brno, Pilsen and Olomouc), Slovakia (Bratislava, Banská Bystrica and Košice…), especially in Poland (Warsaw, Katowice, Krakow, Wroclaw and Poznań…),  but also in other countries such as France (Vladimír Škoda), Austria (Gregor Eldarb), Ireland and the USA. In all, about 120 artists have been involved so far. The collection that emerged out of the workshops now totals over 250 prints. Together with the collection of prints from the preceding SWO serigraphy symposium, it is a remarkable example of how this printmaking technique has evolved over the past three decades. It is also the largest collection of screenprints outside museums of art in the Czech Republic.

In 2020, in April, we planned to present a selection from this extensive collection focused on authors from Poland in the Hollar Gallery in Prague. There were several reasons for this choice:

– the representation of Polish authors is the most numerous of the foreign participants in the symposium,

– qualitatively this collection is very balanced,

– although most of the authors work at Polish art universities, and therefore it cannot be a completely exhaustive mapping of the situation of Polish serigraphy, this collection is unique in its scope.

Geographical proximity, exceptionally high-quality organization of studies of graphics, specialization – many of the represented graphic artists run graphic studios, but also other fields at Polish academies of fine arts (ASP – Akademia sztuk pieknych) and universities, international respect, which Polish graphics has systematically built for many decades. All of these aspects legitimize our decision to present Polish serigraphy in Prague as first.

In March 2020, when we were preparing the exhibition Contemporary Polish Serigraphy, the epidemy entered not only our plans unexpectedly and fundamentally. After an agreement with the exhibition commission of the Hollar Gallery, we resigned to the planned date, April 2020, and we welcomed postponement of the exhibition of Polish serigraphy by a whole year. Unfortunately, after a year, the epidemic measures not only have not ended in the Czech Republic, but the society is again in the grip of fear and worries about the future. The numbers of infected, hospitalized and deceased (30 thousand) are frightening and constantly rising. March 2020, when we were first confronted with the fact that the epidemic claimed the first deaths, then in individuals, is just a painful memory. Operation of the galleries is repeatedly disabled, paralyzed, after all, like the whole culture.

Despite all the adversities and limitations, we finally decided to organize the exhibition, at least in an “informative and informatic” version, by moving it from the exhibition space of the Hollar Gallery to a virtual gallery. We are aware of all the limitations resulting from the difficult decision, we do so with the awareness of the fact that the experience of the exhibited works will be only informative, instant, etc. The fact that the virtual gallery allows us to present the entire set of the Polish collection is only a small satisfaction. The planned exhibition at the Hollar Gallery would be a curatorial choice. Limited by the restricted space of the Prague gallery, we would be faced with the difficult choice which works to exhibit). The first graphics were printed in the serigraphic workshop of the graphics studio in 2013, their authors spent unforgettable moments with us, many of them led workshops within the ISSO symposium, presented their works at exhibitions in the Koridor Gallery or introduced the audience to the studios they lead at the Polish universities. Despite these connections, our relationship with the collection is very close, authentic, the individual works are not “only” items of the collection, but they are connected with stories and shared experiences.

The exhibition “in the network”, on the other hand, will represent a further continuation of the forced isolation, the joy of the participation of our Polish friends in the exhibition, repeatedly reminded, will not take place.

However, with the Contemporary Polish Serigraphy exhibition, we would like to thank our colleagues from Poland, greet them and wish them good health and inspiration.

Zbyněk Janáček

ONLINE OPENING | Contemporary Polish Serigraphy | 1. 4. 2021 at 7 PM

INVITATION Contemporary Polish serigraphy : The collection of the International Serigraphy Symposium Ostrava 2013 – 2021

POLSKIE: zaproszenie Współczesna polska serigrafia

ČESKY: pozvánka Současná polská serigrafie

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Contemporary Polish serigraphy

The collection of the International Serigraphy Symposium Ostrava 2013 – 2021

 

VIRTUAL EXHIBITION

1. 4. – 30. 4. 2021

Curators: Zbyněk Janáček, Marek Sibinský, Andrea Uváčiková

Honorary Curator: Eduard Ovčáček

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/168605951766875/

International Serigraphy Symposium Ostrava In the second half of the 1990s, Eduard Ovčáček and Zbyněk Janáček laid the foundations for a screenprinting studio that, from

1999 onwards, became one of the most recognised centres of screenprinting in the Czech Republic and internationally. It was aimed at promoting the printmaking technique

of screenprinting (also called silkscreen and serigraphy) through workshops, specialist lectures, collection activities and exhibitions. The five editions of the SWO (Serigraphy Workshop Ostrava) that were staged from 1999 to 2004 and were accompanied by exhibitions in countries including Italy, Slovakia and Poland were followed by ISSO

– the International Serigraphy Symposium Ostrava. At the Department of Drawing and Printmaking in the renovated spaces of the Faculty of Fine Arts and Music, Zbyněk Janáček and Marek Sibinský opened up ‘ongoing’ screenprinting workshops to a series of key figures of art and art teaching in the field of contemporary central European printmaking. Most of these participants are connected with art colleges in the Czech Republic (including Prague, Brno, Pilsen and Olomouc), Slovakia (Bratislava, Banská Bystrica and Košice…), especially in Poland (Warsaw, Katowice, Krakow, Wroclaw and Poznań…),  but also in other countries such as France (Vladimír Škoda), Austria (Gregor Eldarb), Ireland and the USA. In all, about 120 artists have been involved so far. The collection that emerged out of the workshops now totals over 250 prints. Together with the collection of prints from the preceding SWO serigraphy symposium, it is a remarkable example of how this printmaking technique has evolved over the past three decades. It is also the largest collection of screenprints outside museums of art in the Czech Republic.

In 2020, in April, we planned to present a selection from this extensive collection focused on authors from Poland in the Hollar Gallery in Prague. There were several reasons for this choice:

– the representation of Polish authors is the most numerous of the foreign participants in the symposium,

– qualitatively this collection is very balanced,

– although most of the authors work at Polish art universities, and therefore it cannot be a completely exhaustive mapping of the situation of Polish serigraphy, this collection is unique in its scope.

Geographical proximity, exceptionally high-quality organization of studies of graphics, specialization – many of the represented graphic artists run graphic studios, but also other fields at Polish academies of fine arts (ASP – Akademia sztuk pieknych) and universities, international respect, which Polish graphics has systematically built for many decades. All of these aspects legitimize our decision to present Polish serigraphy in Prague as first.

In March 2020, when we were preparing the exhibition Contemporary Polish Serigraphy, the epidemy entered not only our plans unexpectedly and fundamentally. After an agreement with the exhibition commission of the Hollar Gallery, we resigned to the planned date, April 2020, and we welcomed postponement of the exhibition of Polish serigraphy by a whole year. Unfortunately, after a year, the epidemic measures not only have not ended in the Czech Republic, but the society is again in the grip of fear and worries about the future. The numbers of infected, hospitalized and deceased (30 thousand) are frightening and constantly rising. March 2020, when we were first confronted with the fact that the epidemic claimed the first deaths, then in individuals, is just a painful memory. Operation of the galleries is repeatedly disabled, paralyzed, after all, like the whole culture.

Despite all the adversities and limitations, we finally decided to organize the exhibition, at least in an “informative and informatic” version, by moving it from the exhibition space of the Hollar Gallery to a virtual gallery. We are aware of all the limitations resulting from the difficult decision, we do so with the awareness of the fact that the experience of the exhibited works will be only informative, instant, etc. The fact that the virtual gallery allows us to present the entire set of the Polish collection is only a small satisfaction. The planned exhibition at the Hollar Gallery would be a curatorial choice. Limited by the restricted space of the Prague gallery, we would be faced with the difficult choice which works to exhibit). The first graphics were printed in the serigraphic workshop of the graphics studio in 2013, their authors spent unforgettable moments with us, many of them led workshops within the ISSO symposium, presented their works at exhibitions in the Koridor Gallery or introduced the audience to the studios they lead at the Polish universities. Despite these connections, our relationship with the collection is very close, authentic, the individual works are not “only” items of the collection, but they are connected with stories and shared experiences.

The exhibition “in the network”, on the other hand, will represent a further continuation of the forced isolation, the joy of the participation of our Polish friends in the exhibition, repeatedly reminded, will not take place.

However, with the Contemporary Polish Serigraphy exhibition, we would like to thank our colleagues from Poland, greet them and wish them good health and inspiration.

Zbyněk Janáček

Exhibition Plan 2021

Vážení,

představujeme vám plán výstav v Galerii Hollar pro rok 2021. Některé výstavy jsou projekty, které byly naplánovány již na rok 2020, ale z důvodu koronavirové pandemie byly přesunuty právě do výstavního plánu 2021, a některé nerealizované projekty dokonce až do roku 2022. Věříme, že rok 2021 bude pro nás všechny příznivější a moc se těšíme na viděnou na některé z výstav.

Galerie Hollar

EXHIBITION PLAN – HOLLAR GALLERY 2021

  • 7. 1. – 28. 2. 2021 | Jubilanti Hollaru 2021 (kurátorka Jana Šindelová) | vernisáž 6. 1. 2021
  • Kateřina Vítečková : 90 (kurátor Jan Víteček ) | výstava bude realizována v pozdějším termínu
  • Mikoláš Axmann : Závislost (kurátorka Alžběta Kubištová) | výstava bude realizována v pozdějším termínu
  • 1. 4. – 25. 4. 2021 | Současná polská serigrafie : Sbírka mezinárodního grafického sympozia Ostrava 2013 – 2021 (kurátorský tým Zbyněk Janáček, Marek Sibinský, Andrea Uváčiková, čestný kurátor Eduard Ovčáček) | VIRTUÁLNÍ VÝSTAVA (bude přístupná v termínu konání výstavy)
  • 4. 5. – 23. 5. 2021 | Hledání neopakovatelnosti (kurátor Jiří B. Krtička) | vernisáž pondělí 3. 5. 2021
  • 27. 5. – 20. 6. 2021 | Lucie Raškovová : Grafika | vernisáž 26. 5. 2021
  • 24. 6. – 18. 7. 2021 | Groteska dneska : výstava narativní grafiky (kurátor Martin Velíšek) | vernisáž 23. 6. 2021
  • 22. 7. – 15. 8. 2021 | Eva Hašková : Mezi nebem a zemí (kurátor Jan Kavan) | vernisáž 21. 7. 2021
  • 19. 8. – 12. 9. 2021 | Známková tvorba členů SČUG Hollar (kurátor Pavel Sivko) | vernisáž 18. 8. 2021
  • 16. 9. – 10. 10. 2021 | Mladá grafika: AKTUÁLNĚ (kurátorka Barbora Vlášková) | vernisáž 15. 9. 2021
  • 21. 10. – 14. 11. 2021 | Jana Hubatková : Kámen~voda~dech (kurátorka Alena Laufrová) | vernisáž 20. 10. 2021
  • 19. 11. – 23. 12. 2021 | XXVII. Festival komorní grafiky (kurátorka Vilma Hubáčková) | vernisáž 18. 11. 2021

Storchova Hana

Born in 1936 in Prague.

E-shophttp://hollar.cz/product-category/storchova-hana/

 

Kotková Markéta

Born in 1976 in Prague.

Member of Association of Czech Graphic Artists Hollar since 2015.

Markéta Kotková prints hers litography and collaborates with Petr Korbelář in his lithography workroom since 1998.

She makes paintings and children illustrations too.

She established her own brand Papillon, where she publishes her self-illustrated poetry books, makes workshops for children and adults.

Website: www.kotkova.cz  , www.papillon-detem.cz

Eshop: http://hollar.cz/product-category/kotkova-marketa/

JUBILANTI HOLLARU 2021 • VIRTUÁLNÍ PROHLÍDKA VÝSTAVY

JUBILANTI HOLLARU 2021
Naděžda SYNECKÁ, Kateřina VÍTEČKOVÁ, Jiří SUCHÝ, Hana STORCHOVÁ, Jiří ANDERLE, Pavla AUBRECHTOVÁ, Jana BUDÍKOVÁ, Eva HAŠKOVÁ, Anna KHUNOVÁ, Tomáš BÍM, Vladimír GEBAUER, Jiří SOZANSKÝ, Aleš SVOBODA, Oldřich JELEN, Irena BUJÁRKOVÁ, Andrea TACHEZY, Lenka VOJTOVÁ, Said ISMAIL
Vážení,
dovolujeme si vás pozvat na virtuální prohlídku výstavy Jubilanti Hollaru, která právě probíhá za dosud zavřenými dveřmi Galerie Hollar. Věříme, že výstavu bude možné v dohledné době navštívit i v její fyzické podobě a moc se na to těšíme.
Galerie Hollar
Virtuální výstava s možností vyhledávání autorů: https://mpembed.com/show/?m=zZoU2PaAVji&mdir=3&mdirsearch=1
Galerie Hollar, od 7. 1. 2021
Kurátorka výstavy: Jana Šindelová
Fotodokumentace výstavy a podrobné informace: Jubilanti Hollaru 2021

Suchánek Vladimír

AK. MAL. VLADIMÍR SUCHÁNEK

Datum narození: 12. 2. 1933 (Nové Město nad Metují).

Vladimír Suchánek zemřel ve věku 87 let 25. 1. 2021.

Umělecké vzdělání: 1952–1954 Pedagogická fakulta Karlovy univerzity v Praze (prof. C. Bouda, K. Lidický a M. Salcman). 1954–1960 Akademie výtvarných umění v Praze (grafická speciálka prof. V. Silovského)

Vladimír Suchánek byl členem Sdružení českých umělců grafiků Hollar od roku 1969, po revoluci se zasloužil o znovuobnovení spolku i získání zpět výstavních prostro Galerie Hollar na Smetanově nábřeží v Praze. Od roku 1995 až do roku 2015 byl předsedou spolku, poté mu byl udělen titul Čestného předsedy SČUG Hollar.

Umělecká činnost: Je činný v oboru grafiky, malby, knižní ilustrace, známkové tvorby a exlibris.

E-shop: http://hollar.cz/product-category/suchanek-vladimir/

Výběr samostatných výstav:

Do roku 2014 uspořádal 157 samostatných výstav v České republice i v zahraničí – v Holandsku, Belgii, Německu, USA, Japonsku, Švédsku, Dánsku, Polsku a na Slovensku.

Výběr účasti na výstavách:

Zúčastnil se téměř 300 výstav, mimo jiné mezinárodních bienále grafiky – Lublaň, Krakov, Paříž, Terst, Grenchen, Buenos Aires, Frechen, Bradford, Biella, Rijeka, Segovia, Tokio, Heidelberg, Norimberk, Malbork, Lodž, Frederikshavn, Berlín, Miami, Toronto, Fredrikstad a Peking.

Ceny vyznamenání:

1997 –  jmenován členem Evropské akademie věd a umění se sídlem v Salcburku 2006 – uděleno státní vyznamenání – medaile Za zásluhy v oblasti umění Za svou tvorbu získal celkem 31 významných cen.

Zastoupen ve sbírkách:

Národní galerie v Praze, Albertina Wien, Rockford Art Museum a v řadě dalších veřejných a soukromých sbírek u nás i v zahraničí.

Adress

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SČUG HOLLAR | GALERIE HOLLAR

Smetanovo nábřeží 6, 110 00 Praha 1

Otevřeno v době konání výstav.

ÚT–NE 10–12 h, 13–18 h / STÁTNÍ SVÁTKY – ZAVŘENO

Přístup není bezbariérový.

LOGO SČUG HOLLAR: logo SČUG Hollar

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Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/galeriehollar/

GoOut.cz: https://goout.cz/cs/galerie/galerie-hollar/jch/

Telefon: 737 288 310

Tajemnice SČUG Hollar, vedoucí Galerie Hollar: Mgr. Kateřina Slezáková, kslezakova@hollar.cz

Prodej: galerie@hollar.cz

E-shop: eshop@hollar.cz

Bankovní spojení: 1933982389/0800

IČ: 14892537

Dopravní spojení: tram. 17, 18 – stanice Národní Divadlo

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Nadace Hollar – Grafika roku – Cena Vl. Boudníka – Grapheion

Hollar Foundation – CZ Graphic Art of The Year – The Vladimír Boudník Award – Grapheion

Najdete nás na vlastních webových stránkách: 

http://www.nadacehollar.cz 

http://www.grafikaroku.cz

Sídlo nadace: Melantrichova 504/5, 110 00 Praha 1
Tajemnice nadace, ředitelka soutěže: Mgr. Kateřina Obozněnková
Telefon: 731107518
E-mailkaterina@hollar.cz

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GrafikarokuCZ/