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Artist enforecement on the art market in Czech republic
Horňáková, Lucia ; Janištinová, Anna (advisor) ; Prokůpek, Marek (referee)
This diploma thesis considers the theme of the art market in Czech republic. The cooperation between gallerists and artists is not following the professional tradition seen in American and European galleries. Those led the artist to present his artworks exclusively in one and only institution in return for services gallery offer him. The change of attitude in needed in both, galerists' and artists' parts. In my diploma thesis, I am confronting their opinions so I can create a model of their cooperation leading to a professionalization of the relationship.
Museum building today: historical or new building?
Steinocherová, Denisa ; Janištinová, Anna (advisor) ; Pernica, Petr (referee)
The thesis looks into the history and charts the development of the museum architecture in the world and in the Czech Republic with a focus on art museums .It describes the current situation of museum building in the Czech Republic. It deals with the typology of museum buildings in terms of their functionality and changes in the organization of museum work. The practical part focuses on Gallery of modern art in Roudnice nad Labem.
Negalerie - a new phenomenon in the presentation of visual art. Situation in the Czech Republic
Pojarová, Karolína ; Janištinová, Anna (advisor) ; Pernica, Petr (referee)
The work is dedicated to "negalerie" (non-galleries literally translated) as an extra-ordinary way to present contemporary visual art in the public space, organized usually out of institutional field, by enthusiastic individualities or groups. The theme is approached partially in a theoretical way through historical, geographical and social context, and partially practically via a case study of one of Czech negalerie Fresh Air Gallery in Pilsen. Goals of this bachelor thesis could be summarized then as introducing "negalerie" as a term, mapping an existence of this phenomenon in the CR, a practical show case along with essential economical and production aspects. Secondarily, the work could serve as a manual for future organizers of similar activities.
Collecting of Modern and Contemporary Art in Czech Republic: its Characteristics and Influence on the Art Market.
Dvořáková, Valérie ; Janištinová, Anna (advisor) ; Prokůpek, Marek (referee)
The thesis discusses current state of Czech market and trade with contemporary and modern art via the phenomenon of collectables. Major emphasis is given to the specifics of both young contemporary art in the context of collecting and trading, and using art as a form of investment. Theoretical part is derived from the limited present literature and describes basic mechanisms and theoretical processes of the art market. Practical part presents a mixture of statistics of art market parameters and interviews with professionals, and poses very concrete constructive questions in relation to investigation of the real manifestation of these processes. The thesis concludes with demonstrating that neither assumptions based on theory nor foreign common practice can be employed (due to numerous aspects) on the Czech market, which can be described as strongly conservative.
Presentation of Contemporary Art in The Context of The Art Museum
Prokůpek, Marek ; Tyslová, Irena (advisor) ; Janištinová, Anna (referee)
The aim of my diploma thesis is the exploration of the fine arts presentation options and methods with a focus on contemporary fine arts in context of the museums of art. The main terms concerning the topic are defined in my work prior to the main research of the museums of art and the presentation of fine arts. In the beginning of my work the reader can familiarize himself with the historical development of art museums from its genesis until the present form of this institution. Following the research part I am explaining the main aspects relevant to the presentation of fine arts, such as the spatial character of art museums and the evolution of its design. One part of my work is focused on a role of curator, who is a very important figure in the presentation of fine arts. The main basis of art museum are its art collections, which are transformed into long-term exhibitions. On the other hand, the museum should also manage the production of temporary exhibitions which plays an essential role in the presentation of fine arts in the last few decades. The methods and technique of installations are no less important for the presentation. All these aspects are described in my diploma thesis and supported by concrete examples from various museums. In the last part of my work, the theoretical thesis are applied on a specific example of an institution with the largest art collection in our country - Veletržní palác.
Curator
Chovanová, Katarína ; Tyslová, Irena (advisor) ; Janištinová, Anna (referee)
In this thesis work, I will look closer at a proffesion of curator in the cultural sector and challenges this profession needs to deal with in modern times, especially in the Czech Republic but also in other countries. The work will discuss the history and evolution of curating, the understanding of their work nowadays and the trends in economic, cultural and social sense with an intention to come up with more general characteristics of the condition and needs in this area for possible future practical use.
Fine Art Market in the Czech Republic
Zvelebilová, Kateřina ; Tyslová, Irena (advisor) ; Janištinová, Anna (referee)
The thesis describes and compares the way galleries and auction houses are run in our country. A description of a museum of art and its role on the market puts the picture of fine art market the final touch. The thesis characterizes the Czech specifics and their effect on the market with fine art. The core of the thesis is based on interviews with gallerists and art historians together with information from books and specialized periodicals. All the chapters are summed up by the author within her own experience of the topic. The conclusion of the thesis is a summary of all the information and a suggestion of further research on subtopics arising from the thesis.
Preparation of an exhibition in a private commercial gallery
Petkevičová, Anežka ; Tyslová, Irena (advisor) ; Janištinová, Anna (referee)
Private commercial galleries play a key role in the art market and their importance is undeniable. The operation of these institutions in the Czech Republic is a relatively unexplored topic. This bachelor's thesis is about the preparation of an exhibition in a private commercial gallery. In the first, theoretical part the different types of institutions of art are described and terms such as private commercial gallery and contemporary art are defined. The next chapter describes various steps that are related to the preparation of an exhibition. In the practical part, these steps are illustrated with examples of exhibitions in three private commercial galleries in Prague -- Jiri Svestka Gallery, Hunt Kastner Artworks Gallery and The Chemistry Gallery. The thesis demonstrates that the preparation of the exhibition in a private commercial gallery has a number of specific features as compared with other art institutions and that in many aspects it differs between private and commercial galleries themselves.

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