Barrandov Studio supports three exhibition in Karlovy Vary this summer:


June 20 – August 12, 2018 / Muzeum Karlovy Vary
Opening hours: daily except Mondays 10 am – 6 pm

The exhibition pays tribute to Alfons Mucha’s legacy of  craftsmanship as embodied in the work of his granddaughter. The rare collection represents continuity of both family and craftsmanship, from posters by the world-famous artist to original creations by his successor. Original jewellery inspired by Alfons Mucha’s unrealized sketches.

The visual design of the exposition has been significantly contributed to by the Barrandov Studio, the main partner of the exhibition, which created requested design elements, provided production design drawings, aided in determining the technologies of the actual production and participated in the selection of furniture, lighting and other props subsequently sources from the vast collection of the Barrandov Studio Fundus prop rental. The project is installed on the ground floor of the newly restored museum building where the Barrandov Studio has created an impeccable illusion of a French café from around 1900 for visitors of the museums.


June 30 – July 29, 2018 / Art Gallery Karlovy Vary
Opening hours: daily except Mondays 10 am - 5 pm; during the Karlovy Vary IFF daily 10 am - 7 pm

The Karlovy Vary Art Gallery and the Association of Czech Cinematographers with the support of Barrandov Studio have organized a unique photographic exhibition.

The exhibition consists of photographs from more than twenty cinematographers. All of the authors are members of ACC, many of them awarded for cinematographic work on major films. The guest of the exhibition will be American photographer and cinematographer Lida Suchy. The genre of the collection, consisting of roughly ninety black and white and color photographs, is very versatile, with portraits, reportage photos, still-lifes, moody abstractions and landscapes.


June 30 – September 23, 2018 / Interactive Gallery Becher villa, Karlovy Vary
Opening hours: daily except Mondays 10 am - 5 pm; during the Karlovy Vary IFF daily 10 am - 7 pm

Painter, illustrator, and graphic artist Kamil Lhoták (1912–1990), like other members of Group 42, was inspired by the city and technical elements of the city landscape. Landscape stills, the world of sports and the beginnings of modern civilization all became subjects of his magical, meditative, humorous and emotive stories. The connection of this genre to the world of filmmaking came about through Adolf Branald’s collaboration on the film Vintage Car; photographs and documents from the film will be a part of the exhibition prepared in cooperation with the Kamil Lhoták Society and Barrandov Studio.