A few days ago saw the glamorous launch of “The Kingdom of Women” exhibition by David Mináč. The exhibition of photographs will present the artistic beauty of Czech and Slovak supermodels in their portraits.
David Mináč is the son of the famous Slovak director Matej Minace, and is dedicated both to photography and film production.
“I am fascinated by the nature of a woman. When I get to the bottom of it and try to capture the moment when it is the most gentle, the most provocative and the most sensible, when it becomes the very essence of the woman, most desperate, and to get it I must go back in time, 50s and 60s when women dressed in clothing, make-up and accessories fascinated with their femininity and fragile beauty,” commented David Mináč.
This statement is clear in the exhibition, as in walking around you see Minac use a different style to celebrate each model’s unique femininity and beauty. The photos merge from timeless classic, to pop art, to fancy dress and more.
The exhibition will also feature a unique artistic collection of paintings on Paradise, which was created in collaboration with the English model and actress Louise Cliff. The exhibition is complemented by a short feature film called Invitation, in which Minac returns over three periods of time until the time of the French Revolution.
For the opportunity to celebrate the beauties of Czech and Slovaks and enjoy Minac’s playful portraiture – head to the Czech Photo Centre.
Admission to the exhibition will be 50 CZK and the reduced admission fee is 25 CZK. Czech Photo Center is open every day except Monday from Tuesday to Friday always from 11.00 to 18.00, and from 10.00 to 18.00 on weekends. Czech Photo Center – Nové Butovice / barrier-free access / – exit from the metro direction Poliklinika Lípa, Na Zlaté 1.