Old Town Square, Prague

Prague‘s Old Town Square is the hub of the city surrounded by many buildings which are  all worth a closer look. Pastel colours mingle well with the terracotta roofs probably best seen on the observation area from the town hall. Street performers with cracking whips, large pandas and silver statues all seem to blend well with the […]

Art in Prague – a photoblog

Although The Grey Traveller is not an art aficionado I can enjoy it and particularly like to photograph street art or things I just find arty. Before visiting I hadn’t appreciated that Andy Warhol was from the Slovakia region and so my first art experience in Prague was the Gallery Goap in the old town square. This […]

Andy Warhol exhibition in Prague

Dead for over thirty years but I remember Warhol’s Campbell Soup and iconic Monroe prints like it was yesterday. Originally the Warhola family were from Slovakia hence the interest in Prague….they emigrated to Pittsburgh and the exhibition tells the story of the family as well as Warhol’s entry into the pop art world through to […]