2013: VARP NY: Tomáš Moravec (CZ)

Tomáš Moravec (*born 1985 in Prague) gained his Master in Arts (MgA.) at the inter-media 
department of Academy of Fine Arts in Prague, Czech Republic in 2012. His works could be
described as „spatial situations“, mostly realized by means of object, video and installation. 
Common projects with Matej Al-Ali, Petr Dub or Roman Štětina than promote the open space 
to comment on the artistic collaboration, or react towards public space. Moravec was a finalist 
of Jindřich Chalupecký Award (2008), Exit Prize (2009) and received Václav Chad Prize (2015). 
Moravec has received fellowships from Visegrad Artist Residence Program in Budapest (2011) 
and New York (2013) and Das Weise Haus Vienna (2013). His works has been displayed in 
both Czech and international context (Biennale Liége, BB15 Linz, Trafó Gallery Budapest, 
James and Audrey Foster Prize Boston, Triangle Arts NYC, CCC Peking). 
Author currently lives and works in Prague.
In residence at Triangle from April–June 2013.

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tomas moravec, repetitive failure.JPG
There could be Zeppelins flying .jpg
There could be Zeppelins flying .jpg
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Plastický film.jpg
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Beds and folds .jpg