Summer is the best time to take art to the street, where the unready passerby is faced with contemporary creation. This is what Gallery Art Factory has brought to the busiest corner of Prague, the Wenceslas Square. Large-size sculptures and performances by contemporary artists merge with the urban landscape in the summer-long open-air exhibition Sculpture Grande. In its fourth year, the event puts together the Czech and Slovak artists selection curated by Olga Dvoraková with the international artists selection curated by Pilar Ribal which includes the presentation in Europe of Dennis Oppenheim’s “Aerial Water Closets”, as well as the works of many other relevant artists such as Mark Titchner, who has been shortlisted for this year’s Turner Prize. Opening: July, 19th at the Wenceslas Square in Prague. By VTV correspondent Pau Waelder.
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