Call for Applications: Selection of Photographer for the “Czech Art” Book Series’ Covers
Kunsthalle Praha is looking to establish long-term cooperation with a photographer to co-create the book covers of the "Czech Art" Book Series.
The books’ common design concept was created by Studio Najbrt and includes a photograph in one to three variations. A specification of the required photographs will be provided to all shortlisted participants in the selection process.
If you are interested to participate in the selection procedure, please send your curriculum vitae and a portfolio of examples of your work until June 15, 2016 to the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Shortlisted candidates will receive further information and project specifications by June 20, 2016.
The “Czech Art” Book Series
"Czech Art" is a series of monographs published by Kunsthalle Praha in cooperation with Academia Publishing and Kodl Gallery.
Each book is dedicated to the life, work and legacy of individual Czech artists, or addresses important topics of Czech art. The books will be accompanied by printed and electronic catalogues raisonnés.
Written by established art historians, these representative monographs aim to bring the wider public closer to artists who are not yet adequately presented in research and publications. In addition, we will be presenting artists who have been researched already, but the respective publications are no longer available on the book market.
At present, the following artists’ monographs are being prepared: - Vincenc Beneš, Oldřich Blažíček, Emil Filla, Vojtěch Hynais, Antonín Chittussi, František Janoušek, Jiří Kars, Mikuláš Medek, Grigorij Musatov, Karel Souček, Václav Radimský and Václav Zykmund. The list of monographs continues growing.
Kunsthalle Praha is a visitor-oriented, exhibition- and research- driven museum of art dedicated to the realization of innovative art exhibitions, publications and educational activities that promote the understanding and appreciation of Czech and international modern and contemporary art. The building of the oncoming Kunsthalle Praha is located in Malá Strana in the centre of Prague and is scheduled to open its doors to visitors in 2019/2020. You can find more information here.