Within a historic-political exhibition, FWC honored the former Czech president and world citizen Václav Havel.
A presentation of all signatories of Charta 77, whose co-initiator Mr. Havel was and whose brave activity
ultimately lead to the collapse of communism in Czechoslovakia.
into oblivion. Likewise we remember the philosopher Prof. Jan Patočka, who was the mental leader of
Czech thought up to his death after an interrogation in 1977.
Exhibition in co-operation with
the Czech-German Association Bayreuth
Inauguration: Deputy Ambassador M.Čoupek and mayor Mr. Ebersberger
A presentation of well-known Czech artists -
sculptor Olbram Zoubek, glass artist Vlastislav Janacek and air-brush artist Karel Kopic, as well as up-and-coming artists.
The show had a major impact on citizens and visitors. Its mission was to bring two cultures - the Czech and the German -
closer to each other, after historical events had created mutual resistance and now stood in the way to co-existence.
Our exhibition has brought a new outlook and has been visited by some of the politically most effected people in this
With the art sales, FWC and 'Philanthrope' supported the U.N. - organization WORLD GREEN LUNGS and the reforestation
of the African rain forest.
The exhibition has been organized in cooperation with the Czech-German Association DTG of Bayreuth.
An exhibition of art from six European countries. FWC contributed with
organizing the participation of five Czech artists. The exhibition has been
organized by Focus Europa, under the presidency of German ex-minister
of Defense, Karl Theodor Freiherr von und zu Guttenberg.
Bringing artists from six countries to exhibit and interact together over the
time of three days has been a real feast of inter-cultural life and awareness.