Some 40,000 people attended this year’s Prague Quadrennial, the world’s
largest exhibition of performance design and theatre architecture,
organisers announced on Sunday. The Golden Triga Prize for best exposition
was awarded to a team of authors from North Macedonia for their project
This Building Truly Talks.
Prague Quadrennial was established in 1967 to bring the best of design for performance, scenography, and theatre architecture. The event traditionally takes place at Prague’s Exhibition Grounds and brings hundreds of events covering all kinds of modern dramatic and visual arts.
The Prague Quadrennial, the largest exhibition of performance design and theatre architecture in the world, gets under way in Prague on Wednesday. Hundreds of exhibitions from all over the world, exploring the latest trends in the field of scenography, will take place all around the city over the course of ten days, hosting performers from all around the world.
Last week we told you about the opening of the Prague Quadrennial, an unparalleled showcase of world scenography – design for artistic performance – that began in 1967 and only comes around every four years. The exhibits cover everything from costumes, sound design, and theatre architecture to multi-media theatrical and performance art… in short, if you imagine a wildish menagerie of all things theatre, then you’re half way there. For today’s Arts I spent an afternoon walking around one of the most special attractions at the Quadrennial, which is
It’s always a long time coming, but the Prague Quadrennial is here again. The world’s largest “performance design” event will be taking place all around the Czech capital for the next eleven days, from the streets to the exhibition palaces, covering all kinds of modern dramatic and visual arts and hosting performers from all over the world.