The Czech art takes over the world
We are very honored by the fact all three young artists represented in our gallery celebrate great successes at international level nowadays.
New paintings by Iva Svobodova from the Papercut and Noir collections shone in March at the prestigious art fair Volta in New York. And that's not all yet. Saatchi Art curator chose her among the seven most interesting emerging artists in this year's selection called Invest in art, i.e. those whose works are definitely worth investing in.
More here: http://magazine.saatchiart.com/…ra-svobodova
Our joy has in this case actually doubled as Tomas Nemec, whose canvases are among the newest arrivals in our gallery, was also chosen among those seven best artists of this year. Isn't it amazing? Just think of it – there are only seven artists and two of them are Czech and both of them are represented in praguekabinet!
More here: http://magazine.saatchiart.com/…/tomas-nemec
The world also honored Jan Kalab when the French Graffiti Art magazine devoted him the cover of its current issue and also an entire article on sixteen pages. But Kalab has also other reasons to celebrate: he's just launched his new website and most importantly he became a father of newborn Tilda in the end of Januarry. Congratulations!