Školská 28, Prague 1
Open Mon-Fri 10am – 21pm, Sat-Sun, Public Holidays 14pm – 20pm
tel. +420 222 211 567
HISTORY OF THE GALLERY
Leica Gallery Prague has been operating in the field of art since 2002 and is exclusively focusing on photography presentation. The original place of work of the gallery was the Supreme Burgrave's House of the Prague Castle, where the gallery implemented a number of exhibitions by worldwide known photographers.
In 2005 gallery presented a unique mobile exhibition project “Gallery on the train” to the public. The exhibition “Workers” by Sebastião Salgado travelled in specially adjusted railway wagons around selected towns of the Czech and Slovak Republics, bringing the photographs to people. For a great success followed two another years with projects by Antonín Kratochvíl and Mr and Mrs Wenders.
The Leica Gallery Prague has been functioning in the Prague centre in the Školská street since 2008, where it runs, apart from the exhibition hall, also a gallery café, and a bookshop with photographic publications.
Among the most important exhibition realized by the Leica Gallery Prague belong projects by worldwide known artists like Mary Ellen Mark, Elliott Erwitt, Anton Corbijn, Helmut Newton, Leni Riefenstahl, Edward Steichen, René Burri, Sebastião Salgado, Antonín Kratochvíl, Wim and Donata Wenders, Ruud van Empel, Sarah Moon, Michel Comte or Andreas H. Bitesnich.
|Josef Chuchma: Cut-outs (of normalization)13. September 2019 — 03. November 2019|
|Miroslav Hucek: Homes26. April 2019 — 16. June 2019|
|Kata Sedlak: Childhood08. March 2019 — 22. April 2019|
|Stanislav Tůma: Years Measured by Light11. January 2019 — 03. March 2019|
|Israeli street moments02. November 2018 — 06. January 2019|
|I Hereby Proclaim My Loyalty to the Republic I Hereby Proclaim My Loyalty to the Republic31. August 2018 — 28. October 2018|
|Alex Webb22. June 2018 — 26. August 2018|
|Ara Güler − A Tribute to the Masters of Phography24. November 2017 — 28. January 2018|
|Ellen von Unwerth - WILD WILD WEST20. September 2017 — 19. November 2017|
|Jaroslav Prokop (*1950) - Pezinok `7607. April 2017 — 18. June 2017|
|Vendula Mlejnská (1988) – Cities12. May 2017 — 18. June 2017|