The Czech town chose a very unusual entry for the renovation of the local Gothic church altar: designer Štěpán Jílek’s clean, modern work, which stands out as much as it complements its surroundings. Sharp lines and snow-white textures—a refreshing experience in this flurry of ornamentation.
The parish of
The 21st century has undoubtedly put religion in a new perspective: while Christian communities took the continuation of tradition for granted a few decades ago, today’s youth started to question the importance of religiosity, not to mention the religious institutions’ moral integrity. Poland is no exception; the Central European
James A. Kapaló’s research has primarily focused on the history and experience of religious and ethnic minorities in Central and Eastern Europe. He works ethnographically with communities, archives and museum collections to explore vernacular knowledge, religious practices and local memory. He was also one of the editors of the
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