Category Archives: Prague Art Galleries

Prague art galleries

Franz Kafka Museum

kafka 120 - Franz Kafka MuseumThe exhibition The City of K. Franz Kafka and Prague differs from the majority of the numerous exhibitions focused on the theme of Kafka, which mostly aim at presenting relevant documents. By contrast, this exhibition has documents as its starting point and uses them to call up a metaphoric reflection of Kafka’s life and work. The exhibition consists of two parts. The first, called Existential Space, categorizes Kafka’s life events as well as the influence the environment in which he lived had on him. The second, called Imaginary Topography, shows the way in which Kafka’s work reflects the intricate process of transformation of the physical reality of Prague and Kafka’s life into a metaphoric image. The exhibition revives the photographs of people and places as well as manuscripts and books in the ingeniously planned installations which employ the most modern audio-visual technologies. Here, words, images, lights and music combine in a symphonic unity. The concept of the exhibition is described in a representative catalogue in three languages (Czech, German and English). Moreover, the second part contains eight essays by distinguished Kafka scholars.

HERGETOVA CIHELNA, Cihelná 2b, 118 00 Prague 1-Lesser Town

Office/shop – Tel. +420 257 535 373, Exposition – Tel. +420 257 535 507, Reservations (office, shop):

Opening Hours – daily 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. Entrance Fee  180 Kc :Adult, 120 Kc reduced price for students, seniors and disabled person, Family Ticket 490 Kc (2 Adults, 2 Children), Guided tour prices: Entrance fee + for guide 500 for a group to 15 persons or entrance fee 30 Kc /person for group over 15 persons.

The Museum Kampa in Prague

Museum Kampa has in its collection several very important end extensive artworks, which includes two icons of the 20th century art, František Kupka, Otto Gutfreund and Kampa insert - The Museum Kampa in PragueCentral European modern art. The collection of Central European art serves not only as a reminder of the so called Eastern Bloc but also contributes to the awareness of modern Czech culture. The Museum Kampa provides the general public access to these art collections and, at the same time, organizes a wide range of temporary exhibitions of both Czech and international artists. Among those who have been exhibited in the museum are Yoko Ono, Frank Malina, Joseph Beuys, Matěj Krén, Julian Opie, Piet Mondrian, Theodor Pištěk and Andy Warhol, just to name a few.

Museum Kampa
U Sovových mlýnů 2
118 00 Praha 1 – Malá Strana

Tel.: +420 257 286 147
Fax.: +420 257 286 113