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Daniel Jaquet

IV. BIBLIOGRAPHY All primary sources are listed in the appendices, as well as the different exhibition catalogues in appendices. Below are included only the secondary literature quoted in the article. Bauer, Matthias Johannes, ‘Der Allten Fechter gründtliche Kunst’ - Das Frankfurter oder Egenolffsche Fechtbuch: Untersuchung und Edition (München: Utz, 2016). Boffa, Sergio, Les Manuels de Combat (“Fechtbücher” et “Ringbücher”) , Typologie des sources du Moyen Âge occidental 87 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2014). Burkart, Eric, ‘Limits of

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Veronika Šulcová

]. Dostupné z: http://www.nm.cz/Pro-novinare/vystavy-press/Prijte-se-inspirovat-krasou-ktera-nestarne-V-Nove-budove-Narodniho-muzea-zacina-vystava-Retro.html. NIGHTIGALE, Catherine. Designing an Exhibition to Minimise Risks to Costume on Open Display. Conservator, 2005, vol. 29, no. 6, s. 35-49. SHAH, Bhavesh, HUNTER, Susana, ADAMS, Stuart. Dust to Dust. Access to access. Conservation Journal [online]. 2011, 59 [cit. 20. 9. 2016]. Dostupné z: http://www.vam.ac.uk/content/journals/conservation-journal/spring-2011-issue-59/dust

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Petra Belaňová, Martina Ohlídalová and Ľubomír Novák

Tepe, 2012. In: ARUZ, Joan a VALTZ FINO, Elizabetta. Afghanistan: Forging Civilizations along the Silk Road. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2012, s. 78-87. ISBN 978-0300179545. HIEBERT, Fredrik a CAMBON, Pierre. Afghanistan. Crossroads of the Ancient World. Catalogue of the exhibition. London: The British Museum Press, 2012. ISBN 978-0714111728. MASSOUDI, Omara Khan (ed.). Mes Aynak. New excavations in Afghanistan. Catalogue of the exhibition Mes Aynak - Recent Discoveries Along the Silk Road. Wasmuth druck + crossmedia gmbh& co

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Caterina Egenhöfer

Mao, Zedong. “On Coalition Government.” In Selected Works of Mao Tse-tung, vol. 5. Peking: Foreign Language Press, 1977, p. 211 Měishù biānjíbù. “Quánguó měizhǎn de huígù yǔ qiánzhān” [Review and Forecast of the National Exhibitions]. In Zhōngguó yóuhuà wénxiàn 1542-2000 1542-2000 [Literature on Chinese Oil Painting 1542-2000], edited by Zhào Lì and Yú Dīng. Chángshā: Húnán měishù chūbǎnshè, 2002, pp. 1072-1079 Měishùjiā. “Quán shānshí yóuhuà ‘xuèròu chángchéng’ yìyǒngjūn jìnxíngqū” [Quán Shānshí’s Oil Painting‚ The Great Wall of

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Michal Stehlík

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The National Museum (NM) is preparing several temporary exhibitions in all of its buildings, along with preparing new permanent exhibitions in the New and Historical Buildings. All parts of the National Museum are incorporated in the preparation of new exhibitions, i.e. the Historical Museum, Natural History Museum, Czech Museum of Music, Náprstek Museum and the National Museum Library. In 2017, these exhibition projects are: Light and Life, Masaryk as a Phenomenon, and Indians. In 2018, the National Museum will present the Czech-Slovak / Slovak-Czech exhibition, which will reflect the 100th anniversary of the founding of Czechoslovakia, together with selected moments of Czechoslovakian history and the relationship of these two nations. 2019 could bring the opening of the grand Egyptology exposition Sun Kings and also new Natural history expositions. The remaining permanent expositions should be opened in 2020. The exhibitions in this period will likely recall some important anniversaries (1620, 1920). In future years, the renovation of the Czech Museum of Music and Náprstek Museum will take place.

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Boris Ekrt

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The prepared exhibition of the experimentarium museum ExperiMus is of an unconventional format, which had gradually evolved from the exhibition project The Story of Planet Earth. The development aimed towards greater interactivity and adaptability of the given space. ExperiMus is designed to provide lectured and non-lectured educative activities based on simple and compelling experiments. Its format is similar to the science centre but it is aimed at animate and inanimate nature. The goal of the exposition is to link the relationships between various disciplines and to explore analogies. Close cooperation with educational institutions and the media is envisaged in both running and marketing of the exhibition.

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Jakub Hauser

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The first plan of the presentation within an extremely challenging seminar entitled “Museums and their international audiences” organised by the National Museum was a short presentation of the exhibition of the Museum of Czech Literature that has been dedicated to interwar emigration from the area of the former Czarist Russia to Czechoslovakia, a major exhibition organised this year in the premises of the Hvězda Summer Palace. The purpose of the paper was not only to contribute to the promotion of the exhibition, nor would that be a sufficiently good reason for the exhibition that was trilingual and therefore completely open to both the English and the Russian-speaking visitors. The presentation was supposed to feature the other goals of the exhibition, which aimed further than simply presenting a closed historical chapter.

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Verita Sriratana

The Precession of Simulacra . In: Leitch, Vincent B. et alia (eds), The Norton Anthology of Theory and Criticism . London–New York: W.W. Norton & Company. 1732–1741. BRITISH EMPIRE EXHIBITION. 2016 [1924]. http://www.brightontoymuseum.co.uk . 13 April 2016. http://www.brightontoymuseum.co.uk/index/Category:British_Empire_Exhibition_(1924) . ČAPEK, Karel. 1945. The Biggest Samples Fair, or The British Empire Exhibition. In: Čapek, Karel: Letters from England . Paul Selver (transl.). Frome & London: Butler and Tanner Ltd. 62–72. CAREY, John. 2010

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Dana Fagová

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The paper deals with the possibility of displaying costumes or textiles as “invisible mannequins”, which had been successfully used on exhibition Retro. This method of installation enables practically unlimited use and it is applicable both for historical costumes and also for contemporary fashion apparel. The main objective of the text is to present the overall production process of form.

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Barbara Lutz

References Bhagwati, Annette (o. J.): Of Maps, Nodes and Trajectories: Changing Topologies in Transcultural Curating. In: Dornhof, Sarah/Hopfener, Birgit/Lutz, Barbara et al. (Hgg.) Situating Global Art. Bielefeld: transcript, S. 191-211. (Erscheint vorauss. 2017) Bismarck, Beatrice von/Meyer-Krahmer, Benjamin (2016): Introduction. In: Dies. (Hgg.) Hospitality. Hosting Relations in Exhibitions. Berlin: Sternberg, S. 6-15. Bode, Arnold/Nickel, Heinz/Schuh, Ernst (Hgg.) (1955): documenta. Kunst des XX