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Temporary Structures 1


Recommended admission 30 CZK

Julia Gryboś & Barbora Zentková, Milan Houser, Dominika Olszowy, Johana Pošová, Jan Šerých and laureates of the Jindřich Chalupecký Award from the Magnus Art Collection: Jiří Černický, David Černý, Michal Gabriel, Vladimír Houdek, Matyáš Chochola, Barbora Kleinhamplová, Barbora Klímová, Martin Kohout, Vladimír Kokolia, Eva Koťátková, Radim Labuda, Dominik Lang, Martin Mainer, Ján Mančuška, Michal Nesázal, Petr Nikl, Markéta Othová, Michal Pěchouček, Jiří Příhoda, Lukáš Rittstein, František Skála, Jiří Skála, Kateřina Šedá, Roman Štětina, Mark Ther, Tomáš Vaněk and Kateřina Vincourová

Jakub Adamec, Linda & Daniela Dostálková and Marek Pokorný

The exhibitions run throughout the period of PLATO's activity in the building on Janáčkova St. 22 (former Bauhaus), only the decor part (presentation of the Magnus Art collection) lasts until 2 September, 2018.


The first cycle of Temporary Structures, in which artists create the gallery’s backup facilities. The library, the bistro and the shop as works of art by six creative artists from the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Poland. An original metamorphosis of the space through works by three dozen laureates of the Jindřich Chalupecký Award from the Magnus Art Collection.

Temporary Structures is PLATO’s year-long project when the city gallery’s backup facilities in the former Bauhaus are created by artists. Instead of traditional exhibitions we present a library, a bistro, a shop, a cinema and a garden as works of art.

An area of almost 5000 m2 in an empty hobby-market to be used temporarily as a gallery. These initial conditions provoked us to make an experiment in collaboration with artists. Instead of traditional exhibitions we present the gallery’s essential backup facilities, which can be used for at least a few years, until PLATO finally moves to its permanent location in the reconstructed city slaughterhouse.

We have invited artists from the Czech Republic and around the world to take part in the experiment and help us build PLATO’s infrastructure in the course of 2018 and 2019 – gradually, over several subsequent stages of the Temporary Structures project. Simultaneously, the interior also accommodates works from three existing art collections exhibited as a “temporary structure” in its own right.