Klára Hosnedlová’s work explores historical sentiments as they crystallize in modern and contemporary design and architecture. Her sculptures and environments are indebted to Eastern European histories and the past collective mythologies. Hosnedlová works in narrative sequences, exploring utopic archi- tectural sites, such as the iconic Adolf Loos apartments in Pilsen or the Ještěd Tower in Liberec. The atmosphere of the places is captured in digital photography, which is later augmented through a manual reduction of pixels: rendered in silk thread on canvas, objects and faces become landscapes of lighter and darker tones, dissolving into the sculptural frames made from materials found on-site. Hosnedlová’s site specific installations recognize nostalgia as an essential feature of global culture and extrap- olate the simultaneity of usually contradictory notions like reflection and longing, estrangement and affection.


Klára Hosnedlová, born 1990 in Uherské Hradiště, ČR attended the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague (2009-2016), and is currently pursuing her doctoral studies at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Brno. She lives and works in Berlin.


Her work has been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions at Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler, Berlin (2020); Berghain, Berlin (2020); Fondation Cartier, Paris (2019); Prague National Theater (2018); Vila Tugendhat, Brno (2017); hunt kastner, Prague (2016); Prague National Gallery (2015). Her work is part of the collections of Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Torino; Boros Collection, Berlin; the Havrlant Art Collection, Prague; Valeria Napoleone, London.

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