FOTO: Opening of exhibitions Křiváks Pietà | Restoration and New and Everlasting Covenant

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NEWS | 24. 4. 2014

In the Archdiocesan Museum Olomouc we started in Thursday, April 23, two exhibitions: Křiváks Pietà | Restoration and New and Everlasting Covenant | The cult of the Eucharist in visual art. The first project belongs to our dramaturgical series, for which we won the award Europa Nostra in 2009, and reveals the results of a survey of one of the most important monuments of High Gothic sculpture in our country - Křiváks Pietà. The second exhibition focuses on the artistic portrayal of the basic components of the Christian liturgy through art works since the Middle Ages to the present. What prevailed during the opening atmosphere, mediate photos by Markéta Ondrušková. And don´t forget: on Sundays we have free entry!

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From the opening

The opening ceremony was held in the Cathedral of St. Wenceslas. Photo: Markéta Ondrušková

From the opening

The opening ceremony was held in the Cathedral of St. Wenceslas. Photo: Markéta Ondrušková

From the opening

The opening ceremony was held in the Cathedral of St. Wenceslas. Photo: Markéta Ondrušková

From the opening

The opening ceremony was held in the Cathedral of St. Wenceslas. Photo: Markéta Ondrušková

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Vicar General of the Archbishopric of Olomouc Josef Nuzík. Photo: Markéta Ondrušková

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Director of the Museum of Art Olomouc Michal Soukup. Photo: Markéta Ondrušková

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Curator of the exhibition Křiváks Pietà | Restoration Jana Hrbáčová. Photo: Markéta Ondrušková

From the opening

The opening ceremony was held in the Cathedral of St. Wenceslas. Photo: Markéta Ondrušková

From the opening

The opening ceremony was held in the Cathedral of St. Wenceslas. Photo: Markéta Ondrušková

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After the ceremonial opening introduction, guests headed to the crypt of the Cathedral of St. Wenceslas, where is installed one part of the exhibition New and Everlasting Covenant. Photo: Markéta Ondrušková

From the opening

The crypt of the Cathedral of St. Wenceslas - part of the exhibition New and Everlasting Covenant. Photo: Markéta Ondrušková

From the opening

The crypt of the Cathedral of St. Wenceslas - part of the exhibition New and Everlasting Covenant. Photo: Markéta Ondrušková

From the opening

The crypt of the Cathedral of St. Wenceslas - part of the exhibition New and Everlasting Covenant. Photo: Markéta Ondrušková

From the opening

The crypt of the Cathedral of St. Wenceslas - part of the exhibition New and Everlasting Covenant. Photo: Markéta Ondrušková

From the opening

The crypt of the Cathedral of St. Wenceslas - part of the exhibition New and Everlasting Covenant. Photo: Markéta Ondrušková

From the opening

The crypt of the Cathedral of St. Wenceslas - part of the exhibition New and Everlasting Covenant. Photo: Markéta Ondrušková

From the opening

The second part of the exhibition New and Everlasting Covenant is on display in the Gothic cloister, which is part of the tour route of the Archdiocesan Museum. Photo: Markéta Ondrušková

From the opening

The second part of the exhibition New and Everlasting Covenant is on display in the Gothic cloister, which is part of the tour route of the Archdiocesan Museum. Photo: Markéta Ondrušková

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Not only the exhibition New and Everlasting Covenant deserves attention in the cloister. You can view the frescoes from the 15th and 16th centuries. Photo: Markéta Ondrušková

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Křiváks Pietà is exhibited in the John the Baptist chapel. About the restoration of the statue spoke conservator Radomír Surma. Photo: Markéta Ondrušková

From the opening

Křiváks Pietà is exhibited in the John the Baptist chapel. About the restoration of the statue spoke conservator Radomír Surma. Photo: Markéta Ondrušková

From the opening

Křiváks Pietà is exhibited in the John the Baptist chapel. About the restoration of the statue spoke conservator Radomír Surma. Photo: Markéta Ondrušková

From the opening

Křiváks Pietà is exhibited in the John the Baptist chapel. About the restoration of the statue spoke conservator Radomír Surma. Photo: Markéta Ondrušková

From the opening

Křiváks Pietà is exhibited in the John the Baptist chapel. Photo Markéta Ondrušková


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