Brno Czech Republic Art
It is the only institution in the country to collect fine arts, to deal with applied arts and to be one of the oldest and most important institutions of its kind in Europe and the world. It is not only the largest museum of fine arts in Slovakia, but also the first and only art museum in Czechoslovakia, and is generally perceived as the best in art and culture and as a work of art from the earliest times.
The selection of paintings and sculptures includes works by some of the most important artists of Czechoslovakia and the Czech Republic in the 20th century. The role played by Czech artists in this movement is also mentioned. French modernist artists such as Henri Cartier - Bresson, Henri Matisse, Paul Gauguin, to name but a few - settled in Paris, although they often exhibited in Prague.
The exhibition presents a collection of original works created by some of the most important artists of Czechoslovakia and the Czech Republic in the 20th century. The exhibition hall in the Haus der Künste is a museum for contemporary art and an exhibition space for exhibitions, lectures and lectures.
The Prazak Palace (Husova 18) is located in the Governor's Palace in Moravske nam, and the museum has a contemporary art exhibition room and a museum for exhibitions, lectures and lectures. However, there are many more artists in the Czech Republic who practised their style, and so the MorAVian Gallery in Brno is a good place to get to know them. The Pazak Palace houses a collection of original works by some of the most important artists of Czechoslovakia and the Czech Republic.
On a global level, one of the most prestigious events organized by the Moravian Gallery in Brno is the International Graphic Design Biennale, which took place here in 1963. A variety of exhibitions and accompanying events commemorate the history of graphic design in the Czech Republic and its contribution to the development of modern art. Finally, every two years the Moravian Gallery organises an exhibition of works by artists of the most famous graphic designers in the world. Although Prague was situated between Pilsen and Paris at that time, this exhibition shows the continuing rise and importance of this place in Prague.
Brno and its surroundings are rich in cultural, cultural and cultural heritage, as well as in art and culture.
Founded in 1961 as a merger of two cities in Brno, it houses the centrally located Biulding, one of the largest and most important cultural institutions in the world. The building was built for the Czechoslovak National Museum of Science and Technology, the first of its kind in Europe, and six years later it was considerably expanded and expanded. It has the best technology museum in the country, as the city was at the forefront of the Industrial Revolution in Central Europe. At the beginning of the 20th century, a large building with a capacity of 2,000 square metres was built, which housed offices of a number of companies, universities and other scientific and technological institutions. Originally built in 1924, this building housed the headquarters of the National Institute of Scientific Research and Technology (NISE) and the Technical University (UTS), but was expanded and significantly expanded six months later.
This magnificent building, which was reopened in 2012 after a complete renovation, is one of the historical sights in Brno that should not be missed. The Prazak Palace is a late Renaissance building from 1874 with a capacity of 2,000 square meters. In 1994, the reconstructed Prazak Palace was opened by the Czechoslovak National Museum of Science and Technology (NISE) and the Technical University (UTS), as well as the National Institute of Scientific Research and Technology.
The origins of the Moravian Gallery collection go back to the first museum in the Czech Republic, the National Museum of Art in Brno, which was founded in 1818. The West Bohemian Museum in Pilsen was founded in 1884 and is the largest museum institution in Prague and the second largest in Czechoslovak history. This museum has a collection of more than 2,000 paintings, sculptures and other works of art collected throughout its history from the 18th century to the early 20th century.
Temporary exhibitions are put together from the collection of contemporary Czech art, considered the best in the country, as well as some of the most important works of modern art from around the world.
The gallery has been organized since 1963 and, like its predecessor, focuses on the art scene of the city of Pilsen. While the author of the art may appear to be regionally embedded in this Pilsen exhibition, the Moravian Gallery in Brno shows works by artists from the Czech Republic and artists who have established themselves in other parts of Europe, such as Germany, France, Italy, Spain and the United States. They are located in a city where many of them live and work, with a population of around 1.5 million.