Revitalization of the permanent exhibitions
In this jubilee year 2018, we are preparing to revitalize and modify our permanent exhibitions. Parts of them will be closed in the course of this year and newly conceived ones will be opened by the end of this year or in the years to come.
Trade Fair Palace
— the exhibition of International Art on the first floor and a part of the Czech Modern on the 4th floor were closed early this year;
— the 3rd floor with Modern and Contemporary Art was closed on March 19;
— the 2nd floor is closed from September 10 to October 2 due to preparations of the Opening '18
— the exhibitions in the Trade Fair Palace will be re-opened on October 24, 2018 at the Opening '18 on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the founding ofCzechoslovakia;
— the 2nd and 4th floor remains open; visitors can still see the paintings by Vojtěch Hynais, Jakub Schikaneder, Karel Purkyně or Antonín Slavíček and sculptures by Stanislav Sucharda, Bohumil Kafka, Ladislav Šaloun and others.
— The exhibitionThe Art of Asia has been dismantled. Visitors will be able to see some of the artefacts in the open depository in the Veletržní Palace. In the future, the collections will be displayed in Hradčanské Square at a presentation with a new concept;
— the palace in the Old Town Square now hosts short-term exhibitions – currently Jiří Kolář: Grimace of the Century and in November Bonjour, Monsieur Gauguin: Czech Artists in Brittany 1850–1950.
- Medieval Art in Bohemia and Central Europe 1200–1550
- European Art from Antiquity to Baroque
- Art from the Rudolfine Era to the Baroque in Bohemia | until 6. 1. 2019
- 1850–1900: Czech modern art
- 1918–1938: The First Czechoslovak Republic
- 1930–present: Czech modern art
- The Collection of Prints and Drawings