Series on architecture continues: Blanická 1971/19.
Series on architecture continues: Náměstí Míru.
Iain Sinclair Between Pound & Joyce.
The Combinations - "a 'great novel' – long and complex.
Lyotard and the un-sublime art of new Europe.
...in order to become whole? A sneak preview of Louis Armand's The Combinations in 8 Moves.
In the Czech Republic, education is, for the most part, free. For many students, particularly those in the United States, the idea of attending university tuition-free is a dream.
It’s official. The new name for our country is….”Czechia.” This linguistic deformity has succeeded in unifying Czechs. Everyone hates it.
In Berlin, Chinese artist Ai Weiwei covered the outdoor columns of the city’s main concert hall, Konzerthaus, with 14,000 refugee life jackets. In the middle of the columns, Ai placed a black rubber boat with “Safe Passage” written on it.
...smashed all over the pavement. A Note on Melchior Vischer's Second Through Brain.
Can the "Golden City" reclaim its financial lure of the past?
The manipulation of bias is a local problem that operates on a global scale. Nowhere is this more evident than in media.
"I had no free time – I was participating in the world revolution!"
Moving the pig farm from the site of the Lety concentration camp.
Demanding an explanation from an ambassador is usually a sign of distrust. The Russian ambassador in Prague was not really disturbed by this fact.
It's rather hard to keep your morals and religious integrity as a Muslim while living in a place like Prague, since Prague is a city of vice.