One of the main points of the building is the delegation of artists from Japan, who brought an exhibition on the theme of Princess Sakura. The exhibition was opened by professor Kyou Ohtake, who also received an award for outstanding contribution to the artistic direction of Art Doll. The Japanese exposition is a traditional representation of the fascinating culture of East Asia.
In addition to individual artist exhibitions, this year’s event will also feature two special projects.
One of the world’s leading artists and a member of the American association NIADA, Anna Zueva from Lithuania, will bring her extraordinary project called the Forest level to the exhibition. This is an important exhibition, which consists not only of artistic dolls, and which was created specifically for the Prague Institute, by the editor of Doll Prague, Bohdana Kltilov.
As every year, art courses for amateurs and professionals, practical lessons from artists and practical student Vy art industry courses are part of the institute.
At Doll Prague you can meet artists from all over the world in person, it is also suitable for collectors. In addition to doll artists, the so-called producers of typical teddy bears from around the world will also be exhibiting here, e.g. from the USA, Germany, Israel, France and the Netherlands, which also belong to the fraternal powers.
Part of the program is also an art fair, including the Doll Prague 2023 children’s art fair category.
Tickets for the assembly are 220 K at the venue in Palc Lucerna, children under 6 years of age get in for free.