Change of the opening hours

On Tuesday, the gallery will be closed for technical reasons. Thank you for your understanding.

Commented tour to the exhibition “Even Here People Live”

Commented tour with the photographer Jiri Turek and Milan Brat who developed the photographs through the unique ArtResin technology. The talk will include both commentary on the production of the showcased photographs and talk about the origins of the photographs themselves that comprise the Even Here People Live exhibition. On Wednesday, April 13 at 6 PM.

Discussion with Tomas Pospech

We kindly invite you to the discussion called: Searching for the last village.

Discussion about Czech and Slovak village in photography will take place at Leica Gallery Prague on Monday, 24th January 2022 at 6 pm. Please reserve your spot by email at

We are closed on Jan 10 and Jan 11, 2022

The gallery and café will be closed for technical reasons from January 10th (Monday) to January 11th (Tuesday). We apologize for your inconvenience!

Visit us in the End of 2021

We are going to spent the Christmas holidays with our families, but we will open again on December 27th! You can come to our gallery and cafe and get refreshed by a great Karin Mack’s exhibition or coffee and X-mas cookies in our café.

We will be closed only on the following days: December 24 – 26 and from December 31, 2021 through January 1st, 2022. From December 27 through Dec 30 we are open from 10 am to 8 pm. We look forward to you!

Launch of the book “I too walked on Streets of Manhattan”

Launch of the book “I too walked on Streets of Manhattan”

We kindly invite you to a belated book launching, which could not take place at the time of its publishing due to Covid 19 pandemic.

Book I Too Walked the Streets of Manhattan was published last year by Kant. Discussion about New York with its author and the presentation of her photographs will take place at Leica Gallery Prague on Monday, 29 November 2021 at 6 pm. Please reserve your spot by email at

Closed on Saturday

We are closed on Saturday September 25th 2021. We apologize for your  inconvenience

We are closed on September 4th, 2021

On Saturday Sept. 4th we are exceptionally closed due to a photographic workshop, taking place in Leica Gallery Prague. Thank you for your understanding.

We extend opening hours again

We change the opening hours of Leica Gallery Prague since September 1st. On weekdays, it will be open from 10 pm to 8pm. On weekends and holidays you can visit our gallery, café and bookstore from 11 am to 6 pm. We look forward to your visit!


Summer exhibition: TRAMPS by Libor Fojtík

Summer exhibition: TRAMPS by Libor Fojtík

The photography collection is an homage to all were and stayed young, had wanderlust in their hearts and were drawn to sleeping under the stars. Regardless of whether they called themselves tramps, woodcrafters, wanderers, vagrants, cowboys or whether they eventually fastened a satellite to their roofs, they all became a part of almost exclusively Czechoslovak phenomenon of tramping, which is considered to be Czechia’s largest subculture. More info

Botanical portraits in our café

The Canadian photographer Anne Mason-Hoerter has been exhibiting her BOTANICAL PORTRAITS in Leica Gallery Café. She said about this project:

“My present photographic work, I feel, is a modern form of collage in which my work process involves the adding and subtracting of data layers from my scanner and my Leica D-Lux 4. The combination of different levels of transparency does not solely give a final, surreal imagery composition but also results in each final image becoming an original. Similar to nature’s configurations.
Some of my final photographs consist of over 70 single images in total.My continual project on Garden plants is something that I have been working on for the last six years. My main desire is to create one single image of each plant species and technically ‘freeze’ that first, extraordinary moment in which I saw that plant.
To stop time.”

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New exhibition: The Whisperers

New exhibition: The Whisperers

The Polish photographer Kuba Kamiński (*1985) repeatedly returns to Polish Podlesi and to Belarus where he immortalizes the life and work of local healers that call themselves “the whisperers”. Kamiński worked as a war photoreporter for a number of years and this collection of photographs is among one of his most personal projects. The series of black and white photos that combine reportage approach with visual symbolism won second place in The Best of Photojournalism competition and the Polish Grand Press Photo prize.