Pilsen Family Photo Album: A Paradise Among Four Rivers

 
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21. 10. 11:00 - 31. 01. 19:00

From 21 October 2015 to 31 January 2016, the hall of the former transport depot will house the exhibition of the shared photo album compiled by Pilsen citizens, creating a colourful image of the city of Pilsen. The second part of the Pilsen Family Photo Album titled 'A Paradise Among Four Rivers' will offer a final selection from the images collected and will be the culmination of this yearlong project, in which we managed to collect roughly 3,000 photographs. The event is part of the European Capital of Culture 2015 project.
Open daily 11 am – 7 pm

Curator of the exhibition and the author of the original project / Jean-Pierre Moulères
Project Director / Christian Potiron
Project Manager, Production / Kristýna Jirátová
Graphic design / Jan Dienstbier
Graphic adjustment of photographs / Josef Horázný
Exhibition realisation / Petr Mlch, advertising company Formum, Rámypasparty s.r.o.
Production Assistants / Klára Jedličková, Jan Ostrolucký

Jean-Pierre Moulères is an author, stage designer and curator. Heworks primarily on participation projects and engages in theatre, contemporary dance, fine arts and teaching in France. Examples of his work include a project engaging a group of seniors in a contemporary dance show. By combining improvised dance with writing, he created ... du printemps! to the composition Le Sacre du Printemps by Stravinsky, which was presented at the Avignon Festival in the Municipal Theatre in Paris and the Dance Biennale in Lyon. For Marseille-Provence 2013, he developed a number of participative proposals emphasising people’s simple and everyday habits. He is the author of Cheurcheurs de midi, which has inspired the Pilsen Family Photo Album project.

 

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About the Organisers

The Pilsen 2015 public benefit organisation

The Project Organising Team

This project has been prepared by the organising team of the Pilsen –European Capital of Culture 2015 project.