‘History of Europe’ narrated at Red Ger Gallery


Today we will travel through another brand new exhibition at Red Ger Art Gallery. “History of Europe” by Czech artist and graphic designer Renata Puchikova will be on view to gratify art lovers through September 27.
The exhibition features 20 select drawings from the book “History of Europe” and was organized as part of the 25th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the European Union and Mongolia.
The introduction and exhibition catalogue provide a deeper impression of the work while visiting the art gallery. It provides the visitor with complex and detailed information about the exhibition.

More information about the artist:

Renata Puchikova was born in 1964, in Prague, and graduated from the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague, in drawing and graphic design. She has created paintings of the stories of the Brothers Grimm, fairy tales of Oscar Wilde, Chinese folk talkes, Arabian and ancient Celtic fairy tales, and she stories from the Old Testament, the New Testament, Thomas Garrigue Masaryk and Jan Amos Komensky.
In the words of the artist, “I am only 19 years old and I don’t know much about European History because I was not born at its peak historical period.”
Visitors to the exhibition can see the whole of Europe’s historical events, from the Stone Age to modern life. It captures the first people of Europe, life in a big castle, the time of Greek philosophers, thw Coliseum in Rome, Arabian development, and modern lifestyles in Europe.
Art lovers can visit her blog and website (renatafucikova.cz) to see more.

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