Patrik Kriššák's new exhibition „Extinction“ in café Radost brings closer the beauty, but also the transience of underwater nature. Kriššák chose the coral reef ecosystem as his main topic. We are currently facing their extinction due to global changes. However, the main message of the paintings is not an activistic threat, but rather an attempt to convey the seriousness of the topic.
You can see Patrik Krišák's„Extinction“ exhibition in Radost café until the end of February 2021.
The Smutek (Sadness) bar, which is a project of the Yellow Caravan, grew up like a flower on the green field of the Radost (Joy) square. Are you getting a little lost? Don't be sad, you will learn everything in an interview with Jakub Koula and Lukáš Houba. We asked about their inspiration in Prague and abroad, their opinion of the development of culture and public space in Prague and also about whether houses have a soul.
The Radost building - the landmark of lower Žižkov with its rich history was inaccessible to people for a long time, until a group of investors bought the building in 2019. What are their plans with the long neglected place? We asked one of the owners, Martin Louda, who also has an executive function and is responsible for the development of the building and its future.