Kafka & Schulz: Masters of the Borderlands in Prague

Czech Centre, Prague · 10 June - 19 October 2012
Bruno Schulz, 'Meeting. Jewish youth and two women in an urban alley', 1920
From Czech Literature (link via 3:AM Magazine): 'Thus did two imperial subjects Franz Kafka and Bruno Schulz suddenly become Czechoslovak and Polish citizens and, more complicated in Kafka’s case, a German or Czech-German or Prague-German writer. Luckily, what passports and national borders put asunder can be easily joined together again (even if posthumously) by an exhibition, as is the case with Masters of the Borderland: Kafka & Schulz currently on display at the Czech Centre in Prague.' [Read More]

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