Lucie Jindrák Skřivánková

(cze)

Lucie Skrivankova is a graduate from the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague in the atelier of Michael Rittstein. She displays superior works on the frontier between realistic architectural imagery and abstractly reached specific expressive rhythmic compositions, of time and using multiple perspectives. In her artworks she project her unrepeatable fragmented views that are anchored into her memory onto the architectural spaces and urban neighbourhoods which shape and mark her living space and personal experience.

In her most recent works she reflects her travel experiences and is particularly inspired by Brazil – for example she puts emphasis on water colour painting technique, deformed perspectives and the dominant depth of the colour palette.

Education:

2003–2009

  • Academy of Fine Arts, atelier of Micheal Rittstein

2008

  • Royal College of Fine Arts, (Olaf Westfallen), Stockholm, Sweden

2007

  • Satakunta University of Applied Science, Kankaanpaa, Finland

1999–2003

  • Secondary School of Applied Arts – design, Opava

Selection of Solo Exhibitions:

2016

  • MATA®, Portugalské centrum, Prague

2014

  • MATA®, The Chemistry Gallery, Prague
  • Diário de viagem de L. J. S.: Praga / Brasília, Templo da boa Vontade, Brasilia, Brazil
  • In the footsteps of O. Niemeyer, Galerie Kruh, Ostrava

2013

  • Sao Paulo / Prague, Czech Centre, Milan, Italy

2012

  • On the Expansivity of Light and Air, Artpro Gallery, Prague
  • Intermediate Step, Avoid Gallery, Prague
  • Aero Puerto, Galerie Prostějovska, Prostějov
  • Brasil, Galerie Beseda, Ostrava
  • Brasil, La Porta Blu Gallery, Rome, Italy

2011

  • Bilder-Temporär, Neustadt / Donau, Germany
  • Komu se zelení tomu se zelení, New Scene of National Theatre, Prague
  • Short Term Territory, Salgadeiras , Lisabon, Portugal
  • Down the Walls, Artecke, Soelingen, Germany

2010

  • Totally Grey, Galerie Gambit, Prague
  • Urbanofilie, Galerie obecního domu, Opava
  • / The Imperceptible Explosions, The Chemistry Gallery, Prague

2009

  • Shared Borders, Borderline, Stockholm, Sweden

2008

  • Inside Movement, Galerie Gambit, Prague

2005

  • Inside Movement, Galerie Gambit, Prague

Selection of Group Exhibitions:

2016

  • The Unbearable Fastness of Being , Hraničář Gallery, Ústí nad Labem
  • Spectaculare Art Show – The Imprint, The Chemistry Gallery, Prague

2015

  • Temporary Contemporary, Lobkowiczký Palác, Prague

2014

  • Queens Gambit, Pražský dům, Bruxelles, Belgium

2013

  • Stadtgeschichten, KunstvereinGRAZ, Regensburg, Germany
  • Art Prague Art Fair, Kafkův dům, Prague
  • Urban, The Chemistry Gallery, Prague
  • Alchemy, St. Antonín's Church, Sokolov

2012

  • Paintomorrow, Galerie Šumperská, Šumperk
  • PRG-LONDON-PRG, Czech House, London, Great Britain

2011

  • Structural Discrepancies, GAVU, Prague
  • Through the Looking Glass Except of Alice, Orlovna Gallery, Kroměříž
  • Art in box, La Porta Blu, Rome, Italy

2010

  • Graduates from Academy of Fine Arts, Galerie Fontána, Piešťany, Slovakia
  • Faith and Devotion, The Chemistry Gallery, Prague
  • Art Prague Art Fair, Mánes, Prague

2009

  • Finalists of the 6th Arskontakt, Lapidárium, Prague
  • Finalists of the 6th Arskontakt,Nová radnice, Brno
  • Small Formats, Galerie Millennium, Prague
  • Three Strokes and Paintings, Galerie Beseda, Ostrava

2008

  • Sylt i morgon, sylt igar, Kungliga Konsthögskolans, Stockholm, Sweden
Lucie Jindrák Skřivánková
Lucie Jindrák Skřivánková

Lucie Jindrák Skřivánková

(15.12.1982)

Graduate from Academy of Fine Arts in Prague, atelier of Michael Rittstein

Bridge Red, mixed media on canvas, 150 x 150 cm, 2015 Rainbow, mixed media on canvas, 130 x 205 cm, 2016 Exit Sao Paulo, mixed media on canvas, 160 x 160 cm, 2011 Dark Flows, mixed media on canvas, 220 x 140 cm, 2014 Horizon, mixed media on canvas,150 x 150cm, 2015 Janák Tower, mixed media on canvas, 135 x 135 cm, 2014 Red Shadow, mixed media on canvas, 120 x 80 cm, 2016 Expo, mixed media on canvas, 50 x 80 cm, 2015 New Scene, Pink, mixed media on canvas, 100 x 100 cm, 2013