David Fesl
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David Fesl (b. 1995, Czech Republic, lives and works in Prague) received his MFA from Academy of Fine Arts, Prague in 2020. His solo exhibitions include Tomio Koyama Gallery, Japan (2023); Fait Gallery, Brno (2023); Lulu, Mexico City (2021); Karlin Studios, Prague (2020). His works have been exhibited as part of group exhibitions at Georg Kargl Fine Arts, Vienna (2022); The Brno House of Arts (2021–2022); annex14, Zürich (2021) and National Gallery Prague (2016–2017).




Exhibitions

2023
David Fesl, Tomio Koyama Gallery, Tokyo (8/7/23–29/7/23)
The Clumsy Imitator of Artificial Life, Fait Gallery, Brno (24/5/23–29/7/23)

2022
David Fesl, ADZ, Lisbon (1/9/22–8/10/22)
David Fesl, Sperling, Munich (13/5/22–25/6/22)

2021
David Fesl, T293, Also on View, Rome (16/12/21–5/2/22)
David Fesl, Lulu, Mexico City (3/7/21–11/9/21)

2020
David Fesl, Georg Kargl BOX, Vienna (17/10/20–31/1/21)
The Weakest Nest Robber, Karlin Studios, Prague (25/6/20–16/8/20)

Group Exhibitions

2022
I Had a Dog and a Cat, curated by Hana Ostan Ožbolt, Georg Kargl, Vienna (9/9/22–15/10/22)
Do Animals Go to Heaven?, organized by Collezione Agovino, Chiesa del Purgatorio, Matera (9/4/22–5/6/22)

2021
ESTER KRUMBACHOVÁ, curated by Edith Jeřábková and Kateřina Svatoňová, The Brno House of Arts (24/11/21–6/3/22)
Remembering What Never Existed, curated by Suzanne Friedli and Andreas Furrer, annex14, Zürich (30/10/21–18/12/21)

2016
Against Nature, curated by Edith Jeřábková and Chris Sharp, National Gallery Prague (5/10/16–15/1/17)

Exhibition Design

2023
Touching Time that Stands Still, curated by Pavlína Morganová, hunt kastner, Prague (17/2/23–1/4/23)

2022
I Had a Dog and a Cat, curated by Hana Ostan Ožbolt, Georg Kargl, Vienna (9/9/22–15/10/22)
First Book of Emblems, Lenka Vítková, Fait Gallery, Brno (23/2/22–7/5/22)