In the 29th issue of Contemporary Czech Art, we introduce you to visual artist Radek Brousil, whose works you can see in the current exhibition Deep rivers run quiet at our gallery.
Radek Brousil is a visual artist based in Prague. In his works, he refers to theproblematic effects of human behaviour towards nature and accentuates their influence on the human psyche. His work is characterised by the combination of interdisciplinary research, facts, photography, textiles and video format, which enables him to grasp the phenomena in a more complex way. In his compositions, he uses a very sophisticated yet clear visual language, which he combines with the installation of photographs within more complex objects.
Radek Brousil studied photography at the Academy of Art, Architecture and Design in Prague, and also completed an internship at Concordia University in Montreal and at the London College of Communication.
Currently, his works can be seen in the exhibition Deep rivers run quiet, which takes place in the gallery of the Czech Centre Berlin.