Since I am not a connoisseur of modern art, my the needs for bringing into the beautiful were completely satisfied visiting the inside of the museum: it is open to all and is free. In the museum, as I understand it, exhibited the same strange work, like those that I saw in the yard. Basically, the Kampa Museum suitable as an extra point when walking along the waterfront, along with With Black Babies, Swan Feeding Place and Procession Penguins.
The content of the article
- 1 Museum Kampa in Prague
- 2 Historical background
- 3 Information to visit
- 4 How to get there
- 5 On the map
Kampa Museum in Prague
I apologize in advance to those who understand in modern art. I only superficially collected information about the museum. Simply in order to have an idea of its significance in culture Czech Republic and the exhibits that are presented there. So I will not to hammer your tape with complex words and the depth of the artists’ idea. The Kampa museum exhibits are a collection of strange fantasies, as if by to me.
The works of František are available on a permanent basis at the Kamp Museum. Kupka, cubist sculptor Otto Gutfreund and a collection of works Czech, Slovak, Polish and Hungarian creators 60-70 years. there is still a hodgepodge from different artists of the Czech Republic, which they collected for sale at auction: the money was planned to pay for treatment Jiri Halupetsky. As I understand it, this is a respected person from the crowd Modern art of the Czech Republic – the theorist and connoisseur.
František Kupka is a Czech abstract artist. In the museum more than two hundred of his paintings, sketches, drawings, sketches, etudes and illustrations. Otto Gutfreund’s sculptures, by the way, are partially exhibited in the courtyard of the museum. And Central European contemporary art is represented by a set of small paintings sculptures, engravings, as well as collages of the hand of Jiří Kollář. This the artist created from old newspapers and other printed materials.
In addition to the works that were constantly registered in the Kampa Museum, here works of young artists from the Czech Republic are regularly imported, plus various events are held for people of art.
Kampa Museum in Prague
The Museum of Modern Art in Prague was open to public Visits in 2003, in the building of the Sov Mills, which relates by the 14th century. After reconstruction, it was overgrown with additional modern buildings, which, however, are perfectly combined with antiquity.
Information to visit
Museum hours: from 10 to 18 hours.
Ticket price – 180 CZK.
The museum, in fact, is an exhibition hall. So in advance google information whether there are any exhibitions in it, besides permanent. Otherwise you risk to see part of the halls in an empty form, and the price such a span is indicated above.
How to get there
On foot, to the left of Charles Bridge – about 15 minutes. This is the left shore of the Vltava. Or on trams 5, 7, 11, 12, 15, 20, 22, 23, 41 and 97 to the Hellichova stop, and from there, towards the island of Kampa 10 minutes left on foot.
On the map
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