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Matouš Háša

If you mix Michelangelo with Banksy, the result will be Matouš Háša (* 1992). This talented young sculptor prefers to work with stone, especially marble. For the latest series of his works, he traveled for marble to the famous Italian Carrara, from where Michelangelo also took the material. Hasa always complements the classic themes of his sculptures with another meaning created by the lens of a young man from the 21st century, who adds wit and charm to the sculptures.


Solo exhibitions


Identity Shapes, HYB4 Gallery, Prague

Flashback, ART Gallery Chrudim, Chrudim


Matouš Háša, Jan Gemrot, Gallery of Sculptures, Hořice

Matouš Háša, Jan Gemrot, Salon ASSO, Prague


PO KROK, Gallery of Plastics, Hořice

ON THE ROAD, Church of St. Vitus, Pelhřimov


Group exhibitions


Great Expectations, DOX Centre for Contemporary Art, Prague

Alone in the Crowd, GASK, Kutná Hora (CR)


A Dream within a Dream, National Gallery Prague

Snake Trails, The Chemistry Gallery, Prague

Vanitas, DOX Centre for Contemporary Art, Prague



Redefinition, Stolen Gallery, Prague

In: Form, Arcimboldo Gallery, Prague

Flying Inn, Pragovka Art District, Prague

Negative Realism, Czech Center Berlin, Berlin

Just Kids, The Chemistry Gallery, Prague

Art Prague, Prague



Possibilities of Dialogue - Installation with artworks by Tracey Emin, National Gallery in Prague, Salm Palace

Reality Show, Arcimboldo Gallery, Prague

Another place - Graduates of the Academy of Fine Arts 2018, Academy of Fine Arts in Prague

Future Ready, HYB4 Gallery, Prague

Basement Season, HYB4 Gallery, Prague



Traces, Ply Gallery, London

Group Exhibition, The Old Truman Brewery, London

Nothing in Common, Middlesex University, London



Rooms 5, Cihelná 4, Prague



Young Contemporary Sculpture, Samaria Gallery. Prague



Color, time and space, Hořice, Museum, Hořice

Hall C, Prague

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