18 Aug 2014
December 3, 2014 - February 3, 2015

Remembering Filip Topol

December 3, 2014 – February 3, 2015
Museum of Modern Art | Café 87

The core of the exhibition consists of black and white photographs by Karl Šustera. They mapped group Dog Soldiers throughout its history. Dominate concert photos and various snapshots. The exhibition is supplemented selected documents including drawings Filipových. In June 2013, the band entered into a path Dog Soldiers. Filip Topol died. The audience, generational companions Dog Soldiers, artists, people around the group, but the fans have realized that it is not just the end of Dog Soldiers, but that one perfect whole musical chapter. “Dog Soldiers brought musical aesthetic point of view, which can not be compared to Czech or world stage.” (P. Turek, Respekt 2011) shows that the link Dog Soldiers is so powerful and inspiring that in any case of their music did not close the water level . On publication, however, expect a number of yet unpublished material and recordings. Yet been mapped out, for example, Topol stage, theater and film creation. The exhibition, initiated by the manager of Dog Soldiers Romek Hanzlik, is the first imaginary debt payments.