On 7th of May, a private view to exhibition of one of the best Czech painters Michaela Maupicova is held at Colloredo-Mansfeldsky Palace in Prague. This extraordinary woman created mauch original artistic work including paintings, graphics and installations. Michaela passed away at the age of thirty-six, but she left an extraordinary, inspiration and interesting work behind… At the private view a presentation of new monographs of Michaela’s artistic work will be held. Also an original music production will be included – violinist Jana Kubánková and bassoon player Tomáš Františ will play “prepared improvisation” on Michaelaś paintings from the cycle “Compositions”. At the very end a premiere composition for violin and bassoon written by Martin Hybler called “Unfinished Tennis Gem” will be presented specially for this occasion.
“The work of this prematurely deceased artist will be presented an exhibition prepared by the team of her colleagues from Prague City Gallery and the curator Petr Vaňous. This “artist and painter, sometimes reaching out to the object, installation and new media, has developed her own distinctive artistic expression consisting of ‘abstracted storytelling’, which can be described as existential. Michaela Maupicová’s drawings represent a spontaneously multiplying, restless, all-absorbing ornament, sometimes disciplined into symmetrical systems, sometimes running and spilling randomly over and outside the format, or expanding directly into space. Here there is an order in randomness, an enlargement that in a model situation of the given unifying element and its multiplication allows us to see our analogous idea of what is happening outside and inside of us.“quoted from the source GHMP