Martin Fišr. A naive and hobbyist artist. A curator who was a curator at a time when people preparing exhibitions were not yet even called curators. An expert in modern and contemporary art. An unassuming worker and co-creator of the art business. A crushing critic. A custodian of a depository who would most like to paint over a Rembrandt with a black square. A college teacher and perpetual student. A fatal hesitant, for whom the (in)possibility of decision has become a theme. A visual glutton and connoisseur of bizarre aesthetics. In his artistic work, he often uses pictorial material that we consider worthless junk.