Each sculpture needs to find its own place for living. It’s necessary to place it in the space properly. To find a place it will fit in, where it will flourish and support the place spirit.
From my perspective, sculptures belong to home. They shape the atmosphere of the place and support the feeling of safety. All of this can be further improved by adequate lighting so that the sculpture outlines will step out and the sculpture becomes something indispensable for the household. Sculptures are original three-dimensional artifacts which make an intimate space from your household you just can’t find anywhere else.
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Exhibition Andělé a démoni (Angels and deamons) was opened in v Galery Deset – Waldesovo muzeum on Thursday November 3rd, 2016 by Spolek pražských výtvarných umělců and guests. The exhibition will be open until November 19. Sculpture Chceme ale neměli bychom (We want but we shouldn’t) created by Barbora Chládková is part of the exhibition.
You can find Galerie Deset near Čechovo náměstí in Prague.
I collaborate on the visual appearance and I’m helping to bring to life this African village in the ZOO Dvůr Králové.
On July 23rd there was closing ceremony of the III. Lysolaje Symposium in Lysolaje near Prague, Czech Republic. Sculptors Barbora Chládková, František Svátek, Jiří Středa and Jean-Paul Chablais presented their Hořice sandstone statues.