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Dear visitors, owing to measures taken to enhance the individual and collective protection and prevention against the spreading of coronavirus and COVID-19 disease and following the guidance of the Ministry of Culture of the Slovak Republic, the Slovak National Gallery (including the branches – The Schaubmar Mill in Pezinok, Ľudovít Fulla Gallery in Ružomberok, Zvolen Castle, Strážky Mansion) is closed from March 10th, 2020 until further notice. This precaution affects all the exhibition spaces as well as the planned public events. We will inform you of the SNG re-opening in due time. Thank you for understanding.

 

Current exhibitions

LV100. Ladislav Vychodil and the 20th Century Scene LV100. Ladislav Vychodil and the 20th Century Scene Esterházyho palác, Bratislava
Exhibition will last 89 days

In 2020, Slovak professional theater celebrates the one hundredth anniversary of its founding, and in commemoration of this occasion the Slovak National Gallery prepared an exhibition of professor Ladislav Vychodil(1920-2005), for whom this year marks the one hundredth anniversary of his birth.

Into the Wild Into the Wild Schaubmarov Mlyn v Pezinku, Pezinok-Cajla
Exhibition will last 54 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.

Amazing Art History with Professor Hamster 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.

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 dedicated 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 preserving Földvári's large collection of books.

 

Upcoming exhibitions

Generation 1909: Reloaded Generation 1909: Reloaded
Esterházyho palác, Bratislava
Exhibition starts in 17 days

The term was established by Karol Vaculík in the exhibition Generation 1909 - Conscience of the Epoch held in the Slovak National Gallery in 1964. The title reflected the "arithmetic" average of the dates of birth of the particular authors selected for the group by the curator. However, their belonging to the group was only seemingly conditioned biographically. The crucial thing that connected them came from their works.

   
 

Don't miss

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New permanent exhibition: The Archives of Július Koller

On the first floor of the Esterházy Palace, the archive of the conceptual artist Július Koller has been opened for public. The exhibited material of Koller's remaining effects has no ambition to provide any comprehensive report on its content.

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SNG works at the Photobloc exhibition in Krakow

 Międzinarodowe centrum kultury in Krakow, Poland, organised the exhibition Photobloc. Central Europe in Photobooks, for which the Slovak National Gallery loaned photographs by our most important photographers of the 20th century - Martin Martinček and Karol Kállay from the Collection of Photomedia.

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Catalogue Leopold Horovitz 1838 – 1917. Download free

Marking the centenary of the death of Leopold Horovitz (1838 - 1917), the East - Slovakian Museum in Košice in cooperation with the Slovak National Gallery in Bratislava produced an extensive retrospective exhibition of works by this painter in 2017. A bilingual Slovak/English catalogue documenting the life and work of this native of Košice was published.

 

SNG in the media

Gay artist exposes Slovaks to homosexuality and gender equality
https://spectator.sme.sk
19. december 2019
„When she was small, she imagined what it would be like if she could lie down in a tin mould and have her body grow into the shape she wanted herself to be. It was not into the shape of her mother, a woman.“
Reconstruction of the Slovak National Gallery closer to completion
https://spectator.sme.sk
23. october 2019
„Reconstruction of the gallery will last longer and cost more than originally planned.“
   
 

 
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