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The International Children's Exhibition of Fine Arts Lidice 1999 – 2009, originals on panels

The exhibition presents original works by children awarded between 1999 and 2009 in one of the world's biggest and oldest exhibitions of children's art work. The winning works are mounted on solid panels (both sides) and protected against damage by plexifoil. An accompanying introductory panel focusing on the exhibition's history and presence is provided in both Czech and English; all the other pictures provide bilingual captions. The exhibition can be borrowed with a system allowing you to present it anywhere in an open space; otherwise it is also possible to hang the panels on a wall (displaying works only on one side of the panel).

The collection presents 185 original works by children from 73 countries: Czech Republic - 37 drawings, Afghanistan - 1 drawing, Argentina - 1 drawing, Armenia - 2 drawings, Azerbaijan - 1 drawing, Bangladesh - 1 drawing, Burma - 1 drawing, Belarus - 3 drawings, Bosnia and Herzegovina - 1 drawing, Brazil - 1 drawing, Brunei - 1 drawing, Bulgaria - 5 drawings, China - 3 drawings, Egypt - 1 drawing, Ecuador - 1 drawing, Philippines - 1 drawing, France - 1 drawing, Georgia - 2 drawings, India - 6 drawings, Indonesia - 3 drawings, Iran - 1 drawing, Italy - 1 drawing, Israel - 1 drawing, Japan - 1 drawing, JAR - 1 drawing, South Korea - 2 drawings, Jordan - 1 drawing, Canada - 1 drawing, Kazakhstan - 3 drawings, Kenya - 1 drawing, North Korea - 1 drawing, Costa Rica - 1 drawing, Cuba - 2 drawings, Cyprus - 1 drawing, Kyrgyzstan - 1 drawing, Lebanon - 1 drawing, Lithuania - 4 drawings, Latvia - 8 drawings, Hungary - 2 drawings, Macedonia - 1 drawing, Malaysia - 2 drawings, Mexico - 1 drawing, Moldova - 1 drawing, Mongolia - 3 drawings, Germany - 1 drawing, Netherlands - 1 drawing, New Zealand - 1 drawing, Pakistan - 1 drawing, Paraguay - 1 drawing, Peru - 1 drawing, Ivory Coast - 1 drawing, Poland - 2 drawings, Austria - 1 drawing, Romania - 1 drawing, Russia - 3 drawings, Greece - 1 drawing, Singapore - 1 drawing, Slovakia - 36 drawings, Slovenia - 1 drawing United Arab Emirates - 1 drawing, Serbia - 2 drawings, Sri Lanka - 1 drawing, Syria - 1 drawing, Spain - 1 drawing, Thailand - 1 drawing, Turkey - 2 drawings, Turkmenistan - 1 drawing, Ukraine - 2 drawings, Uruguay - 1 drawing, Uzbekistan - 1 drawing, USA - 1 drawing, Vietnam - 1 drawing, Zimbabwe - 1 drawing.

Exhibition organizers: Ivona Kasalická, Milena Burgrová (graphic design), Hana Staňková (translation), 2010

Language: Introductory banner with Czech and English text, picture captions in Czech and English

Exhibition's size: 16 double sided panels (8 double panels) with originals of works from years 1999-2009 (year 27 through 37 of the exhibition)

Material: sturdy hard panels with original pictures covered with a foil Size: a panel - width 100cm x height 140cm; size of a double panel mounted to the construction is 200 cm x 200 cm

Installation: The panels are loaned with the Variant exhibition display system, which allows free-space exhibition of the panels after mounting (approx. 4 hrs. of work by 4 people required). Mounting instructions incuded.

Transportation: the 16 panels are packed in 2 plastic crates, each sized 146 x 104 x 16cm, weight 51 kg, lockable. Total weight of the 2 crates filled with panels is 126kg. The Variant system consists of iron poles, end attachments, clamps and connectors, all stored in 3 wooden lockable containers: Box 1 (standing poles) - size 215 x 30 x 25 cm, weight 64 kg Box 2 (end attachments) - 70 x 60 c 44 cm, weight 26 kg Box 3 (clamps, nuts/bolts, connectors) - 60 x 44 x 30 cm, 26 kg Total exhibition weight (panels and Variant system) - 242 kg

If you are interested in borrowing the collection, you can reach us at the Lidice Memorial, Tokajická 152, 273 54 Lidice, or by e-mail at lidicelidice-memorial.cz, kasalickalidice-memorial.cz, or by phone at +420-312 253 063, +420-736 642 318, the contact person is Ivona Kasalická - the head of the Lidice Gallery and the exhibition's currator.