The cafe is on the second floor of the House at the Black Madonna. Originally built as a department store, it now hosts two gorgeous cafe’s, the Czech Cubism exhibition and the most stunning staircase.
David Černý’s brown-nosers is hidden away in the back garden of the quirky Futura gallery in Prague. There is a special treat inside each bum-hole!
From backsides, onwards to Černý’s pulsating foam and metal embryo sculpture, which clings to a drainpipe in Stare Mesto. You can just see it throbbing in the dimness, across the square from the cosy Tricafe.
I love David Černy’s satiric sculpture of King Wenceslas on his upside down dead horse, which dangles proudly from the Art Nouveau dome in the Lucerna Palace shopping centre. Very statesmanlike. The lolling tongue is a particularly nice touch!