It is my great pleasure to announce the winner of the Public Award of the first year of the Insita Prague exhibition. For this year, Sylva Prchlíková is in charge of the painting Pink Hill. Congratulations and I look forward to her central image for next year. Long live Insita Prague 2022!
Sylva Prchlíková’s Pink Hill won the Public Award.
| Photo: Insita Prague
Insita Praha is an exhibition of naive art, art brut and outsider art. It took place in the capital from November 5 to December 2 in the Lapidary Gallery. 36 artists from all over the world created here.
The exhibition aims to present to the Czech public artists who create naive, brut or outsider art, ie artists without artistic academic education, with simplicity, authenticity, freedom, purity and spontaneity. For lovers of the naive art, naming the exhibition may remind the internationally recognized, but no longer exist, Bratislava triennials. We would also like to follow up on his legacy in the Czech Republic. We are glad that Insita Praha 2021 is launching a new tradition of international sharing and cooperation of painters and organizers in the world of naive art. The organizer is the association MoNaIV.
Alexandra Dětinská – director of the Insita Prague exhibition