Dalibor Prix

PhDr. Dalibor Prix, CSc.

Department of Art-Historical Topography

phone: +420 221 183 365

Researcher of the Department of Art-Historical Topography.

Dalibor Prix studied art history and aesthetics at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague  (PhDr. 1989; CSc. 1993). He has worked for the Prague Heritage Institute (1989-92; 1995-98) and taught at the Department of History and Museum Studies, Silesian University in Opava (1992-95). Since 2006, he has been teaching at the Department of Auxiliary Historical Sciences, Silesian University in Opava. In 1998, he began to work at the IAH CAS as a researcher focusing on medieval architecture. He co-edited Umělecké památky Prahy (volume 2: Nové Město, Vyšehrad and 3: Malá Strana) and between 2004 and 2017, he worked as editor on Umělecké památky Prahy. Velká Praha, M–Ž. Prix is currently working on Umělecké památky Moravy a Slezska (volumes 3 and 4) and writing texts for the upcoming publication of Imago, imagines. He also conducts research into medieval sacral buildings, as well as castle architecture in Bohemia, Moravia and Silesia.

Research outputs (selection):

Dalibor Prix, Počátky sakrální architektury v Čechách, in: Kostel Panny Marie na Pražském hradě. Dialog nad počátky křesťanství v Čechách (eds. Ivo Štefan – Martin Wihoda). Prameny české historie 3. Praha 2018, pp. 172–205.

Dalibor Prix (ed.) et al., Umělecké památky Prahy. Velká Praha, M–Ž, vol.1, 2, Praha 2017.

Dalibor Prix, Přestavba kostela sv. Martina v Sedlčanech ve 14. století. Průzkumy památek XXIV/1, 2017, pp. 3–38.

Dalibor Prix, Asymetriczne sklepienia na Śląsku w XIV wieku. Rocznik Historii Sztuki XLI, 2016, pp. 5–22.

Dalibor Prix, Kružbová okna presbytáře městského kostela v Uničově. O cestě jednoho motivu napříč 13. stoletím z Francie na Moravu. Opava 2014.

Dalibor Prix, Dlouhý presbytář kostela v Žárech. K sakrální architektuře moravsko-slezského pomezí kolem roku 1300. Opava 2011.

Dalibor Prix, Kostel sv. Martina do konce 18. století, in: Kostel sv. Martina v Bohušově (eds. Petr Kozák – Dalibor Prix – Michal Zezula). Bohušov – Ostrava 2011, pp. 85–200.

Dalibor Prix, Hlava první. 796–1310, in: Klára Benešovská – Petr Kratochvíl (ed.) – Ivan P. Muchka – Taťána Petrasová – Dalibor Prix – Rostislav Švácha, Architektura. Velké dějiny zemí Koruny české. Tématická řada. Praha – Litomyšl 2009, pp. 7–104.

Dalibor Prix (ed.), Zemské desky krnovské. Svazek I. 1403–1522. Opava 2008.

Dalibor Prix, Kostel sv. Vavřince ve Štáblovicích. Historie objektu (1603–2003). Opava 2003.

Current projects:

Metamorphoses of Village Architecture with an Emphasis on the 19th and 20th Centuries (NAKI II, No. 190/DG16P02H023/D) – co-investigator

Gothic and Early Renaissance in East Bohemia. Research, Interpretation and Presentation (NAKI II, DG16P02B003) – co-investigator

Umělecké památky Moravy a Slezska – editor of the publication (4th part)

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