Kristýna Muller's passion for art
23 November 2022
"I was able to establish an imaginary dialogue with modern works of art more easily than with the art of the old masters. This is what I am still interested in above all," explains Kristýna with enthusiasm.
Václav Nekvapil and his journey of collection
16 November 2022
"Although it might sound trivial, the most important factor is that you actually like the work. There is absolutely no point in investing in something you feel nothing for simply because you hope that its value will be significantly higher one day," says the head of the Czech branch of the CEC Group international consulting firm.
The Art of Framing
15 September 2022
You've found your dream piece of art, you even know where to hang it, and now comes the framing part. The perfect frame will make the painting stand out for its beauty while the wrong frame will detract from it.
Šárka Samková's obsession with art
24 November 2022
"Although some form of economic calculus does have its part to play when buying art, I personally use this idea of making the right investment to excuse myself for buying another new painting," says the marketing manager with a laugh.
is an independent art curator. He holds a master's degree in Art History and Cultural History from the University of Ostrava. As the Chief Curator, Jan assisted in launching the Telegraph Gallery in Olomouc. Currently, he works as an Expert in Czech Contemporary Art for the Artefin Fund. Jan's main field of expertise is Czech painting from the 1980s until the present day and European painting of the last two decades.
studied art theory in Bratislava, focusing mainly on the art market during the communist era. She is the author of the book Art Market Never Sleeps. Since 1999 she has worked as a contemporary art specialist at the Auction House Soga, where she also performs as an auctioneer since 2003. She has run over 100 charity auctions for numerous institutions.
is a Budapest-based curator specialising in contemporary art. After art management and art market studies, she shifted towards theoretical education and earned an MA in aesthetics. She has vast experience working with commercial galleries, auction houses, museums, magazines and non-profit organisations. She co-founded Easttopics, a platform dedicated to the contemporary art scene of Central Eastern Europe. She also co-launched Flash Show, a debuting art fair focused on regional galleries. Currently, she is the deputy head of the Curatorial Department at the Ferenczy Museum Centre in Szentendre.