International project of a contemporary author's poster. 259 participants from 20 countries; 146 professionals; 113 students; 49 universities.
1 - 30. 12. 2020
Curator: Lenka Sýkorová

Wake Up Call was chosen as the main theme for the 11th Virtual Biennial Prague 2020. The submitted works were dominated by the expression of anxiety about the new normal, the realization that the life we have lived carefree so far is more fragile than we expected. At the same time, the poster collection points to a whole range of problems from social distancing, through manipulation by various media to an uncertain future. Posters will not solve the problems, but they can visually develop the critical thinking that can do it.


11th Virtual Biennale Prague 2020 Wake Up Call at the Blue Point Art Gallery (PUNO & Culture Lab Foundation).
27.11.2020 – 27.01.2021
curator: Lenka Sýkorová

In collaboration with Polish colleagues Justyna Gorzkowicz and Jarosław Solecki from The Polish University Abroad in London.

More details are posted here. The exhibition of winning posters at 3D Blue Point Art Gallery. The whole collection of the 11th Virtual Biennale Prague 2020 Wake Up Call here.


Because in November 2020, we found ourselves in a complicated situation due to Covid restrictions in the Czech Republic, so we had to change our previous plans for exhibitions of Virtual biennale Prague.

The 11th Virtual Biennale Prague 2020 Wake Up Call took place both in a virtual environment ( and in a physical places – the Altán Klamovka Gallery in Prague (December) and at the 6th Festival of Contemporary Art «Debarcader-2020», November 3-17, 2020 in Chelyabinsk, Russia in the State Historical Museum of South Ural in collaboration with Russian colleague Pavel Pisklakov.



16. 9. - 24. 10. 2020
curator: Lenka Sýkorová
Markéta Bendová

David Vojtuš created artworks on the border of object and graphics in response to consumer culture. It reflects consumer society, but also the absence of classical graphics in contemporary art. For Atán Klamovka prepared a site-specific object, which will put the viewer several tasks. It will be variable because it will offer every week, a different picture and situation. It attracts with its detail and stratification. It refers to current pressure, to constant transformation and reflects the fake of reality. The exhibited object is also based on the gallery's space limits.



16. 6. - 8. 7. 2020
curator: Lenka Sýkorová
photo: Markéta Bendová

The exhibition Social Distancing responds to the current coronavirus pandemic, which has affected every one of us. We became a potential danger for someone else. The boundaries of social distancing during the pandemic were explored. Klára Kelovská was doing her internship in Valencia, Spain, when the pandemic started. Her evacuation logically evoked a lot of emotions in her. Fear, a sense of adventure and social deprivation from isolation thus gave birth to her exhibited paintings. The current exhibition also presents the animation of the Czech-Kazakh artist Perizat Gabdulakhmet, which overall complements the exhibition and points out the ironic moments of the forced quarantine.



3. 3. - 13. 6. 2020 (closed due to a pandemic on 14 March - 10 May 2020)
curator: Lenka Sýkorová
: Dorota Sadovská, Markéta Bendová

Accompanying program: June, 13 2020 - workshop for children, 4- 5 pm Curator-guided tour with an author.

Dorota Sadovská constantly develops and reflects current forms of visual art. The exhibition for Altán Klamovka presents the new cycle entitled Wounded Canvas, which is created as a site-specific object. The author works with minimized means of expression and a cleansed human body without the deposition that civilization imparts to it, in the context of the current mimetic crisis against the background of the development of postconceptual drawing and the liquit time.