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SUMMARY The funeral and commemorative architecture is a fascinating cultural phenomenon. These emotively powerful structures have the special power to touch us and stimulate metaphysical refl ections, human imagination and emotional perception as well. They try to provide immortality, the eternal remembrance and the fame to the deceased buried in their space. These facts make […]

Editorial

Vladimír Šimkovič

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SUMMARY In the year of 1989, when the political regime changed in Slovakia, the conditions for formation of new cultural spaces changed, too. Before then, the state controlled the cultural life, and after 1989 private independent groups took the initiative. Adaptation of derelict industrial, sport and transport buildings become the most common way to respond […]

SUMMARY As museum concepts we consider unrealised visions of museums or realised museums which brought exceptional ideas influencing the directions of museum architecture. Museum concepts have accompanied the museum since its begins or more precisely emerged even earlier when museum wasn’t a profiled autonomous type of institution and building yet and when partial problems leading […]

SUMMARY In this paper I focus on permanent public art in Prague installed between the years 1989 and 2015. With political changes all controlled mechanisms and institutional management in production of art in cities have been abolished. Until now there is no strategy and policy supporting public art on the level of neither municipality of […]