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Libor Krejcar: Forms of Fire (8. 11. 2013)

Added: November 10, 2013

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Photographs from the opening of an exibiton of scorched drawings by Libor Krejca from the series Forms of Fire (2000–2004). Introduction: Vladimír Lábus Drápal. Music: Vratislav Brabenec and Joe Karafiát. Libor Krejcar (born 1961 Ostroměř – Hořice v Podkrkonoší) is a visual artist, above all a sculptor, who has been active on the Czech art scene since the mid 1980s. His early work, which involved happenings and objects, was in part influenced by the Crusaders’ School of Pure Humour Without Jokes and the underground scene. In time he moved to an unmistakable form of expression which he lays down in a focused manner in extensive series (the most important of them has been the sculpture collection Pantheria, 1983–2000). Since 1982 he has also been engaged as a musician and lyricist and he is about to release a new album Mezi nebem a zemí (Between the Heavens and the Earth) with the band The Tamers of Flowers (Guerilla Records, 2013).


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