Tadeáš Podracký
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Tadeáš Podracký

Tadeáš Podracký is an experimental designer who is seeking authenticity in our immediate surroundings.

Tadeáš Podracký through material research, questioning craft heritage, and strong hands-on making. Podracky proposes a new methodology, a reformulated approach to design, based on exploring expression, destruction, and accenting individuality.

Whether it is an object or space, he is always looking for a way to break down the established principles of “good” design; in order to bring new possibilities and emphasize the multi-layered identities of the contemporary individual. Tadeáš Podracký went through the design and fine art academic training.

He received a MA in Contextual Design from the Design Academy Eindhoven and MA at the Academy of Art Architecture and Design in Prague. Completed study internships in the Fine Art studio at the School of Visual Arts (New York) and in the Monumental Sculpture studio at the Academy of Fine Arts (Prague).

Artist's exhibitions

The Abstract & Reality

Metahumens - Romana Drdová - výstava Abstrakce a realita
Barbora Lepší - umělecké díloMetahumens - Romana Drdová - výstava Abstrakce a realitaLenka Glisníková - umělecké díloBarbora Lepší - výstava Abstrakce a realitaMetahumens - umělecké dílo - Michal Pustějovský - Romana DrdováTadeáš Podracký - Barbota Lepší - výstava Abstrakce a realitaLenka GlisníkováTomáš Absoln - výstava Abstrakce a realitaBarbota Lepší - výstava Abstrakce a realita
Nov. 2, 2022 - Feb. 28, 2023
The Abstract & Reality exhibition presents works by contemporary young Czech artists.

The selection of works displays abstract drawings and paintings by Barbora Lepší and Tomáš Absolon, and is combined with experimental photographs by Lenka Glisníková.

In a single place, you have the opportunity to view a combination of contemporary Czech design and art by Tadeáš Podracký.

Metahumans by Michal Pustějovský and Romana Drdová is displayed in the shop window, and reacts to passers-by. These works are holographic projections of artificially created beings with pre-determined emotions.