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List of witnesses of project 'Fates of Artists in Communist Czechoslovakia'


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Jiří Anderle (1936) video clip available

born on 14 September 1936 in Pavlíkov near Rakovník his dad died of tuberculosis when Jiří was six years old witnessed the war years poverty as well as allied bombings an elementary school teacher recognized his talent and recommended him at Prague’s arts ... arrows 


Karel Beneš (1932) video clip available

born 1 May 1932 in Vlčnov 1947, left grammar school to study at an art school in Jablonec nad Nisou 1950-1955, studied at the Academy of Arts, Architecture & Design in Prague during his studies he created lithographic depictions of everyday themes from Vlčnov ... arrows 


Daniela Benešová (1929) video clip available

born on 27 September 1929 in Klatovy in 1948 admitted to the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague graduated in 1953 from 1953 till 1954 spent a honorary year in the atelier of prof. Strnadel, working on illustrations in 1959 married the desiger ... arrows 


Václav Bláha (1949)

born 1 April 1949 in Prague his father was the book designer Václav Bláha 1964, completed the Secondary Vocational School of Art in Prague 1974, graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague refused to join the Socialist Youth Union or the Communist ... arrows 


Eugen Brikcius (1942)

Born on August 30, 1942, in Prague Not accepted to university He studied philosophy and languages in private, wrote poetry In the late 1960s he started organising happenings in Prague His performances, attended by many people, were seen as provocations by the ... arrows 


Tomáš Císařovský (1962)

born 2 January 1962 in Prague his parents signed Charter 77 1982, completed training in woodcarving at the Secondary School of Industry and Art in Prague 1988, graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague under Socialism, exhibited at unofficial displays ... arrows 


Pavel Dias (1938)

Born on December 9, 1938, in Brno During his childhood he lived with just his mother, who ran a confectioner's shop in Kroměříž After February 1948, his mother had to close down her business He studied Secondary Applied Art School in Brno He became a ... arrows 


Kurt Gebauer (1941)

born on 18 August 1941 in Hradec nad Moravicí during the war his father - a Bohemian German – was drafted to the Wehrmacht and in early 1942 died under unknown circumstancess grew up in very modest conditions ever since childhood was interested in visual arts; ... arrows 


Elżbieta Grosseová (1937)

Born on 4 November, 1937 in Warsaw In 1944 witnessed death of several relatives during the Warsaw uprising Together with her mother taken to segregation camp in a Polish Pruszkow Managed to escape due to a medic' s assistance, who was hiding her at home until

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Oldřich Hamera (1944)

born in 1944 in Úvaly near Prague his family was persecuted by the communists ever since childhood interested in natural sciences; became active in the landscapist movement simultaneously learned to draw and soon illustrated technical medical publications ... arrows 


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