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Return of the art dead Ivan Mečl | editorial | 01.01.2007
RETURN OF THE ART DEAD
Oh you ungrateful readers who have surely come across this piece of paper by chance – this piece of sincerity and, at the same time, the weekend headache of the editors. You surely don’t know that editorials as such were invented in ancient Egypt. The Egyptians used the concept for the texts in which the hieroglyph-producing artisans, faced with the task of completing long and difficult…
Jiří Ptáček | editorial | 01.03.2006
BOLTS FROM THE BLUE
We have been working the whole summer on this issue of the magazine. The contributors were leaving on vacation, apologized for unkept deadlines, sometimes they even broke their hand, so they couldn’t finish the text at all. The new graphic designer got pregnant right after getting the job (congratulations) and one contributor gave birth to a baby on the day she should have handed in her article …
Jiří Ptáček | editorial | 01.03.2005
EDITORIAL
Umělec (the magazine) and an Artist (Umělec) on the Border The previous issue of Umělec magazine came out in three language versions: Czech, English and, for the first time, also in German. The issue you are holding in your hands now is being published in four versions altogether. By request of the Prague Theater Institute, which started the season of Czech theater in countries of Latin America,…
Henny Pagels | editorial | 01.02.2005
OO-MIE-LETS
Who is Umělec? Umělec is a Czech word, pronounced oomielets, meaning artist. Responsible for this name is the publisher, Ivan Mečl, himself an artist – though unfortunately too busy with publishing the magazine. The Czech editor’s office consists of a group of committed art historians, journalists, translators and graphic artists. The German Issue is only their first step towards taking on…
Ivan Mečl | editorial | 01.04.2004
EDITORIAL
Belarus is, along with Luxembourg, one of the least known countries in Europe. Luxembourg is the destination of order-loving retired people from the West, Belarus for Russian ones. Both countries provide the same amount of opportunities to have fun. Belarus is like traveling with a time machine—one that won’t bring you back very far, but you can be sure of going back a good thirty years. The…
Jiří Ptáček | editorial | 01.03.2003
EDITORIAL
The Czech art scene has its own limitations, which have yet to be dissolved, and the desire or ability to dissolve them is still lacking. The best way to discover this is to go abroad and represent the domestic culture; all it takes is to be asked a few question by people who think you know more about it than they do. Near the end of November I went to Berlin with the intention of writing about…
Jiří Ptáček | editorial | 01.02.2003
EDITORIAL
The Czech art scene usually reserves the summer months for preparing the ground for fall shows. Some festivals are considered well in advance, but the harvest usually comes in September. And it appears that this year the launch of the season will not be attended by skepticism and a nagging feeling of absurdity: There is a certain joy and expectation in the air. Display, the trustworthy darling…
editorial | 01.06.2000
LENKA LINDAUROVÁ: JEDNO ČÍSLO V HONG KONGU
editorial | 01.05.2000
IVAN MEČL: ODVRACENÍ POZORNOSTI
Lenka Lindaurová | editorial | 01.04.2000
MISSION IMPOSSIBLE
A friend of mine, a developer, decided to do something for the arts. He chose to enforce this enlightened mission because there is simply no other way to do it in a society lacking a sufficiently large enough group of snobs, where even state representatives place their bookshelves out on the balcony. This developer will buy a huge piece of land, about 1,230 acres, and build 5,000 family homes, a…
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