Richard Nestler born in 1981 in Chemnitz Germany lives and works in Prague Czech Republic.

 

2006 – 2012 Academy of Fine Arts in Prague, Prof. Milan Knížák

Exhibitions

2017
New addition to the collection 2011-2016, Gallery Felix Jenewein of Kutna Hora
2016
Richard Nestler, Pictures, Gallery Felix Jenewein of the city Kutna Hora
The Intermedia Studio Prof. Milan Knížák AVU, gallery of the city of Chrast
Domácí kuchařka, Gallery and Museum M. D. Rettigové, Všeradice
2015
XV Symposium of Contemporary Art, Galerie Felix Jenewein, Kutna Hora
Fluxus Box, Gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague (GAVU)
2014
Salon Kolben Daněk, Pragovka, Prague
KáKáKá, Museum Středočeského kraje, Roztoky near Prague
Pražská Revoluční Domácnost, ARTatak Gallery, Prague
2013
ICONA, Czech Center, Sofia
Milan Peric and friends, Gallery UFFO, Trutnov
Hinter den Bergen, Galerie Weltecho, Chemnitz
45, free artist grouping Pragovka, Prague
2012
Nah Dahinter, Embassy of the Czech Republic, Berlin
The Intermedia Studio Prof. Milan Knížák AVU, Brno
Green, Deset Gallery – Forest Museum, Prague
Graduates of the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague, National Gallery Prague
Sale !, Go-Green-Art Gallery, Basel
2011
The Intermedia Studio Prof. Milan Knížák AVU, Gallery Lalit Kala, New Delhi
The Intermedia Studio Prof. Milan Knížák AVU, UFFO, Trutnov
Summer plainair, National Gallery Prague
2010
Contemporary painting, National Gallery Prague
Summer pleinair, National Gallery Prague
2009
VIDE international Workshop – Identity for Europe, The Hague, Netherlands
Svárov 09, Svárov
Summer pleinair, National Gallery Prague
And you are the theme, Gallery SAM, Česká Bříza
2008
AAP, Gallery Kobylka, Prague
8bit video art, Gallery Půda, Jihlava
Vimperkburg, Castle Gallery Vimperk
2007
Against bright mornings, City Museum Svitavy
Exhibition of the Intermedia Studio of Prof. Milan Knížák AVU, Gallery in the Opera House, Cairo
AVU 18, National Gallery Prague
3516147, Gallery AVU, Prague
2006
The Intermedia Studio Prof. Milan Knížák AVU, Czech Center, Moscow
La petite mort, City Museum Slavonice