The 24th International Contemporary Art Festival 4 + 4 Days in Motion was launched in Prague. Once again the Desfour Palace in Florenc became the center of the main exhibition project Places of Act with the subtitle Nobody Has Nothing. In addition to exhibitions, installation performances and discussions, you can also look forward to a rich foreign theater program. The festival will run until 12 October.
Installations, exhibitions, discussions but also Iranian or Israeli dance. The Nobody Has Nothing Festival in Prague is in full swing.
"The subheading of the exhibition section ,Nobody Has Nothing‘ is the answer to the social, environmental and economic changes that we are experiencing and that we should respond to, "
In Desfour Palace you can go to an exhibition called Noteverything. The curator of this project is Milan Mikuláštík. You can see photographs, installations, paintings or sculptures of more than fifty artists not only from the Czech Republic but also from abroad. However, Florenc will not be the only location you will be able to visit during the festival.
At the DOX Center for Contemporary Art you can look forward to see the Iranian artist Sorour Darabi. He will perform his dance choreography and present visitors with his project called Shawashun, inspired by the Shia funeral ceremony, which takes place during the holidays of the first month of the Islamic calendar.
Do not miss the famous Israeli duo Nivu Sheinfeld and Orena Laor at the Ponec Theater. Thanks to their choreography called The Third Dance in front of you both artists will reveal their personal secrets and history, the truth about time and love.
And the last tip of our editorial office is a musical performance by Belgian artist Louis Vanhaverbeke, who sees music primarily as a means of self-expression. At Archa Theater, he will explore the limits of normality in his latest production. Praguers will be presented his new project called Mikado Remix, in which there will certainly not be a shortage of self-made installations, objects or various aids.
Several Czech premieres will also be featured at the festival, such as a performance installation called Landning, show Pests, performance My Hood or Desert Island protecting 15,000 residents. In short, well, there is definitely something to look forward to, so let's make out of it as much as possible!