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News: Czech and Slovak Poster Art 1993-2003
January 13, 2003, received from Jan Rajlich jun

Book cover by Jusan Dunek
Czech and Slovak Poster Art 1993-2003
Tjekkisk og Slovakisk Plakatkunst 1993-2003
Ceske a slovenske umeni plakatu 1993-2003

On January 1, 1993 the country known as Czechoslovakia split up and two independent states - the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic - came into being.

The exhibition shows over 110 posters by the best 23 Czech and Slovak designers from the 1993-2003 period .

The represented artists/designers are: Karel Aubrecht, Peter Bilak, Jozef Doka Jr., Josef Flejsar, Karel Haloun, Vaclav Houf, Pavel Choma, Dusan Junek, Lubomir Longauer, Karel Misek, Boris Myslivecek, Ales Najbrt, Robert V. Novak, Radomir Postl, Jan Rajlich Sr., Jan Rajlich Jr., Vladislav Rostoka, Jan Solpera, Stanislav Stankoci, Jaroslav Sura, Jiri Svetlik, Jiri Salamoun, and Zdenek Ziegler.


KunstCenter, Silkeborg Bad, Denmark
opening 18 January, 2003, 11:00 h, open until 23 March

Lapidarium Betlemske kaple, Prague, Czechia
opening 10 April, 2003, 17:00 h, open until 20 May

Galeria Z, Zichyho palac, Bratislava, Slovakia
Summer 2003

Brno Biennale Association
Grafiq Studio Bratislava
Danish Poster Museum in Aarhus

Under protection of Mr. Rudolf Schuster, President of the Slovak Republic.
With a grant of the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic.

Conception of exhibition by Dusan Junek, Peder Stougaard, Karel Aubrecht and Jan Rajlich Jr.

The catalogue of the exhibition has 56 pages, and it shows one page biography and one page poster reproduction by each artist/designer. ISBN 80-902845-6-6
On the picture is the catalogue cover designed by Dusan Junek.

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