Visit A new open-air exhibition

The new cycle of exhibitions Collection methods presents various approaches to collecting by unveiling local and international private collections rarely accessible to the public, starting with Midnight of Art, an exhibition dedicated to the collection of Karel Babíček (1956). Until September 30 at the Kunsthalle.

A new exhibition is at Artwall, an open-air gallery space at nábřeží Kapitána Jaroše, until August 8, Adam Tománek’s darkness under the sun shows images of the artist trying to fit into small shadowy areas under the hot urban sun.

Czech photographer Josef Sudek staged glass works made from the designs of Ladislav Sutnar, Ludvika Smrčková and other designers, all in keeping with functionalist purity and commercial advertising precepts. His work is exhibited in glass mazes a newly opened exhibition at the Museum of Decorative Arts until October 16.

Lily The Hussite Trilogy

In honor of the upcoming Jan Hus Day, discover Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski Hussite trilogy which has been translated into English. The historical fantasy fiction books (“The Tower of Fools”, “Warriors of God” and “Light Perpetual”) by the author of “The Witcher” are set during the Hussite Wars and focus on a doctor/magician who finds himself embroiled in the plot.

Flow A comical look at the time of Jan Hus

The Czech animated film of 2013 Husiti follows a pair of awkward characters who wander in and out of historical events of the Hussite era. It is streaming on Netflix with English subtitles.

look Classic films in summer cinemas

See Top Gun: Maverick as it should be seen: in a drive-in. Tom Cruise’s action hit is at Autokino Strahov on July 6th. There are also seats for those without a car.

Stanley Kubrick’s Horror Movie the brilliant is presented in Kasárna Karlín on July 7 at 9:30 p.m., in collaboration with the American Center. Note that the European cut of the film is a little shorter than the one released in the United States

flavor The flavors of Hong Kong and the United States

american brand Independence Day at Manifesto Anděl. On July 4, between 11 a.m. and 9:30 p.m., there will be specials on hamburgers, hot dogs, fried Twinkies and other American culinary delights. Live rock music can be heard in the afternoons and hip-hop in the evenings.

On Tuesday, July 5, Ramen AR will host a pop-up to support the organization NGO DEI which is a collective of expatriates from Hong Kong in Prague. A limited number of vegan ramen will be available from 7 p.m. at the DEI NGO space.

To celebrate A pair of national holidays

For the Czech holidays on July 5 and 6, the government lets the public visit Villa Kramar in Letná Park. Visits start at 9am and the last at 4pm. The villa is the official seat of the Prime Minister and is used for meetings and special events. It is named after Karel Kramář, the first Prime Minister after the independence of Czechoslovakia.

Listen Legends of rock and jazz

Seesaw Jack White comes to Forum Karlín on July 5 with his Supply Chain Issues tour. He played around 20 songs per show, closing with the White Stripes hit “Seven Nation Army”. Photography is strictly prohibited and smartphones must be stored in special pockets.

jazz band Laco Deczi and New York Cellula is coming to Jazz Dock on July 5th and 6th. Deczi, who has Slovak roots, has lived in the United States for a long time. He has been performing hard bop and jazz fusion for more than half a century.

A free late afternoon concert by an indie pop musician Anna Vaverkova is part of the Check It series. People can bring their children and pets to Výstaviště on July 7 at 5:30 p.m. and have a picnic.

LIVE magic and improvisation

Take a sip of BLR Improv Comedy Brew! Local troupe Blood, Love and Rhetoric are at A Maze in Chaiovna on July 7 with their coasting show.

Magic Fountain, at the 130-year-old Křižík Fountain in Výstaviště on July 8 and 9, dates back to the time of the Industrial Revolution and incorporates elements from the life of inventor František Křižík, who was behind the construction of the fountain and also helped electrify Bohemia. The show uses new circus techniques, emphasizing dance, acrobatics and visual elements.