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The E-Sylum:  Volume 11, Number 12, March 23, 2008, Article 18

CZECH BANKNOTE DESIGNER HAS ART ON EXHIBIT IN NEW YORK

[An E-Sylum reader forwarded this article about a New York
art exhibit featuring the work of a Czech bank note designer.
-Editor]

Works by renowned Czech graphic artist Oldrich Kulhanek,
author of Czech banknotes' design, are displayed in the
Czech Centre in New York until April 7, the organisers
have told CTK.

The exhibition shows Kulhanek's works inspired by biblical
motives from the past ten years.

His display in Chicago within the Prague Days cultural
festival, where his drafts of the current Czech banknotes
were presented, scored a great success last year.

Kulhanek has also designed postage stamps, among others,
with a portrait of Czech President Vaclav Klaus, who was
re-elected for another five-year term in February.

Kulhanek's works are included in the collections of the
Library of Congress in Washington, Chicago's Art Institute,
the Arts Museum in Cincinnati and Houston University, as
well as in galleries in Prague, Paris, Vienna and other
European cities.

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  Wayne Homren, Editor

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