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Academy to Nature. Forms of Landscape Painting in Central Europe 1860 – 1890 Academy to Nature. Forms of Landscape Painting in Central Europe 1860 – 1890

This exhibition, organized jointly by the SNG and the Gallery of West Bohemia in Plzeň, is among the first efforts at concentrating on the work by art personalities who moved between the Danube Monarchy and that time’s visual art centres, responding to the attraction of the plein-air landscape. The “paysage intime” (intimate landscape) focused on live reality and domestic and country life, and helped transform the landscape toward modern art.

 

Current exhibitions

From the Academy to Nature. Forms of Landscape Painting in Central Europe 1860–1890 From the Academy to Nature. Forms of Landscape Painting in Central Europe 1860–1890 Esterházy Palace,
Exhibition will last 12 days

This exhibition, organized jointly by the Slovak National Gallery and the Gallery of West Bohemia in Pilsen, is among the first efforts at concentrating on the work by art personalities who moved between the Danube Monarchy and that time's visual art centres, responding to the attraction of the plein-air landscape.

Into the Wild Into the Wild Schaubmarov Mlyn v Pezinku, Pezinok-Cajla
Exhibition will last 317 days

The exhibition Into the Wild will present works of (mostly) contemporary Slovak artists focusing on the topic of wild nature. "Nature" or "wilderness" exist as constructs of human mind by which we oppose the "civilised", i.e. human-occupied and human-shaped environment.

Land behind the Map Amazing Art History with Professor Hamster Land behind the Map Amazing Art History with Professor Hamster Esterházyho palác, Bratislava
Permanent exposition

The mission of the experimental expositions is to present further content along with the collections in a wider cultural context and to provide a space for cultural experiments.

Amazing Art History with Professor Hamster is an interactive projection dedicated to the story of art history prepared in collaboration with our Prague colleagues (concept by Ondřej Horák, execution by Ondřej Fuczik, David Kakalík and INITI). It is based on their previous activities in the Czech Republic.The projection is designed for children interested in art history, as well as for the general public with an urge to learn more about art. Telling the story of art, connected in a series of animated films about the life and work of a prominent Slovak, as well as worldwide-known visual artists of the 20th century combine learning and entertainment.

We have created an environment in which visitors can feel comfortable establishing an effortless relationship with art history through our discreet guidance. The installation is part of the SNG's long-term strategy of presenting our collections using digital technology, allowing us to share our knowledge of them more effectively.
 

The Kornel and Naďa Földvári Library The Kornel and Naďa Földvári Library Esterházyho palác, Bratislava
Permanent exposition

The Kornel and Naďa Földvári Library is a project dedi- cated to Slovak writer, satirist, art and literary critic, book collector and translator, Kornel Földvári. Preparations started together with Peter Krištúfek, writer and director, who for a long time has searched for a method of preserv- ing Földvári's large collection of books.

 

Upcoming exhibitions

Artist´s (Heavy) Luggage. Arnold Peter Weisz-Kubínčan 1898 – 1945 Artist´s (Heavy) Luggage. Arnold Peter Weisz-Kubínčan 1898 – 1945
Esterházyho palác, Bratislava
Exhibition starts in 1 days

Arnold Peter Weisz-Kubínčan (1898 - 1944) was born into a Jewish family in the town of Usch, Prussia. From 1913 to 1917 he studied sculpture at the School of Arts and Crafts in Budapest. After the war he continued in his studies in Berlin, most probably at a private academy. In Berlin of the 1920s he could be close to the expressionistic tendencies which suited his artistic nature. Weisz-Kubínčan is a unique figure in terms of our modern painting and drawing but also due to his mysticism.

LACO TEREN / Nothing Will Stop Us LACO TEREN / Nothing Will Stop Us
Esterházyho palác, Bratislava
Exhibition starts in 78 days

The exhibition of Laco Teren (born in 1960 in Bratislava) at the Slovak National Gallery will present the key points of his artistic program and comprehensively capture his unique artistic and genuinely "versatile" personality.

   
 

SNG in the media

Czech and Slovak Pavilion explores whether Soviet-era architecture is worth saving
dezeen.com
4. june 2016
„Venice Architecture Biennale 2016: a bright red model of the Slovak National Gallery forms the centrepiece of the Czech and Slovak Pavilion, which questions whether the countries' Soviet-era architecture should be saved or demolished.“
20th Century Czech and Slovak Women Sculptors
3rd-dimensionpmsa.org.uk
17. july 2015
„Art-historian Benedict Read reviews Women Sculptors: A Selection of Significant Czech and Slovak Sculptors at the Slovak National Gallery.“
   
 

 
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