Radu Tesaro in front of her 2014 work “Himba” in Melnik, Czech Republic
Zimbabwean artwork currently on display in the Gallery and Cafe Ve Vezi in Melnik, Czech Republic
On June 5, Dr. Marie Imbrová, a Czech expert on Africa, will give a speech about African art
Zimbabwean artwork from Dr. Marie Imbrová’s private collection currently on display in the Gallery and Cafe Ve Vezi in Melnik, Czech Republic
The Africa in Tower (Afrika Ve Věži) exhibition opened in the Gallery and Cafe Ve Vezi in Melnik, Czech Republic (some 35 km north of Prague) on May 15 and it will run till June 22.
It is a project ideated by Dr. Marie Imbrová who presents six Zimbabwean cratives from her private collection and paintings by Prague-born Radu Tesaro — in the UK, better known as Radka Kirby — inspired by the artist’s long stay in Zambia.
On June 5, Dr. Marie Imbrová, a Czech expert on Africa, will give a speech about African art to help the public appreciate the exhbition even more.
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