10 May 2010


On any given day one can witness throngs of tourists stampeding over the cobbled city center, snapping picture after picture, of what many consider a living textbook of thousands of years of European architecture. But if you venture away from the tourist hordes you will find a beating pulse of sub division art – sprayed, brushed and splashed in celebration of personal expression.

Something which the older folk were denied by a stifling communist regime, but which the youth are taking to completely new levels. Known as the most liberal country in Europe, with its new drug laws, Prague explores the limits for self expression even more. And becomes more eroded than before. Artistically, Prague can only go from strength to strength.