Bubenská - INI Gallery

The building of the Prague Electric Company in Prague 7 Holešovice was built in 1935 and is one of the most important architecture in Czechoslovakian functionalism . This building- owned currently by ORCO comp. has many examples of unique technical solutions. Especially the interior is considered as an example of a technically mastered architecture of the thirties. Due to the unique atmosphere, location and low rents are many spaces used by artists and organizations working in creative industries.

INI Gallery is an independent platform operating in the sphere of contemporary art. The profile is defined through an ongoing search for non-traditional forms of both presentation and support of the most current art forms. SPACE resembles rather a studio than a classical gallery. The program consists in actions of artists and theoreticians, which have a processual character and happen either before the completion and final presentation of an artwork, or alongside the author’s exhibition activity. Artists or curators are invited to confront their current intentions with the public, involve inspiring guests and transform the space into anything from a workshop to a study room, office or a kitchen.



How to get here:

- lines 1, 5, 8, 12, 14, 15, 17, 25, 26, 51, 53 a 56: stop Strossmayerovo náměstí

- lines 1, 3, 5, 25 a 26: stop Vltavská

- stop Vltavská, line C