Edgy gallery dedicated to showing the works of young Czech and international artists working in contemporary urban art, street art and...
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Veletržní Palác information
The National Gallery's collection of modern art, spread out over four floors, is a strong contender for Prague's best museum, with an unexpectedly rich collection of world masters, including works from Van Gogh, Picasso, Schiele, Klimt and on and on. The holdings of Czech interwar Abstract, Surrealist and Cubist art are worth the trip alone.
Through at least 2015, the museum is also home to a special exhibition (adult/concession 180/90Kč) of Alfons Mucha's Slovanská epopej (Slav Epic ), a collection of 20 giant paintings that tell the story of the Slavic peoples. Entry by separate admission.