The Chemistry Gallery is a young dynamic creative institution dedicated to the serious commercial and professional presentation of the works of contemporary young artists from the Czech Republic, and also from abroad. The aim of The Chemistry Gallery is to contribute to mutual understanding and interaction between the world of contemporary visual art and the public and evoke interest in young modern art and new artistic trends, movements and creative concepts. The philosophy of The Chemistry Gallery is the systematic, long term support of, and co-operation with, selected young artists. Within the framework of its own activity as curators The Chemistry Gallery is looking for talented artists across artistic genres and media of artistic expression, with which it can build and develop artistic co-operation, exhibitions and expert critical reflection on their artworks.
The Chemistry Gallery's exhibition(s)
From 12/12/2009 to 23/12/2009
Paintings, prints, graphics, photograps and objects of contemporary streetart and graffiti artists Funkfu - Pasta - Point - Tron.Contemporary street art and graffiti production - we have very nice...
Lucie SkrivankovaSee more
From 20/01/2010 to 21/02/2010
Exhibition of Lucie Skrivankova, a very talented Czech young artist, and her unique artworks.
The Chemistry Gallery's guestbook
Wed.20 Jan from Kathy Slamen (Artist, Canada )
Hello - I would like to direct you to my page - I am the "artist of the week". Thank you for your time.
Wed.29 Jul from HSING-SHIH BI (Artist, Taiwan )
Hello, dear friend, it's my pleasure to meet you here. Welcome to visit my personal website ( blog ) in artween network.
Wed.22 Jul from Joan Priego (Artist, Spain )
Hello I'm Joan Priego, sculptot from Barcelona, Spain. Please feel free to visit my work. I hope you'll find it interesting. Best Joan
Fri.22 May from Arjumand Awan (Artist, Pakistan )
very interesting nd powerful work !
Sat.18 Apr from Vincent Brown (Artist, United Kingdom )
Some interesting work.
To discover ...
- Marlborough Gallery
- GALERIE 13 AVRIL
- Galerie Maia Muller
- Galerie Deborah Zafman
- 1918 ArtSPACE