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Current exhibitions

The Eights The Eights Esterházyho palác, Bratislava
Exhibition will last 41 days

The exhibition project The Eights is unconventionally conceived for the atrium as a series of small exhibitions for the anniversaries of the eights: February 1948, August 1968 and October 1918.

Useful Photography. Photography in Contemporary Slovak Art Useful Photography. Photography in Contemporary Slovak Art Esterházy Palace,
Exhibition will last 89 days

This exhibition will not present photography as a useful, fast recording medium, "a document of the period", or as an instrument of digital manipulation, but as a tool that is suitable for a wide range of use in contemporary art. In their response to the digital technology era, artists use the photo medium much more freely but in a more sophisticated way. Appropriated documented reality is constructed, arranged, staged anew, but with the use of purely photographic methods and classical approaches.

Out of the Circle Out of the Circle Schaubmarov Mlyn v Pezinku, Pezinok-Cajla
Exhibition will last 145 days

The view of the modern and contemporary Slovak ceramics set in the environment of Schaubmar's Mill in Pezinok (and not by accident) follows several themes, which in ceramics have the status of archetypes - vessels, plates, figures. These could be compulsory figures for a ceramist, but also a program, evidence of the medium's vital but also anachronistic nature.

Permanent expositions

Icons in Slovakia Icons in Slovakia Zvolenský zámok, Zvolen
Permanent exposition

The exposition on the first floor in Zvolen castle gallery begins with the display of the cabinet collection of icons of SNG. The objects are the heritage of medieval Byzantine painting.

Gothic Art Gothic Art Zvolenský zámok, Zvolen
Permanent exposition

Exhibition on the ground floor of Zvolen Castle is compiled according to various criteria. This created a sequence of relatively independent exhibition rooms.

European Art, 16th – 19th Centuries European Art, 16th – 19th Centuries Zvolenský zámok, Zvolen
Permanent exposition

Opened depository of The Collection of old European paintings of SNG was created considering the planed reconstruction of the building of SNG in Bratislava.

17th – 19th Century Portrait Art in the Spiš Region 17th – 19th Century Portrait Art in the Spiš Region Kaštieľ Strážky, Spišská Belá-Strážky
Permanent exposition

This collection of 17th - 19th century portraits in the chateau in Strážky consists mostly of works from the galleries of the chateau's previous owners (the Horváth-Stansith, Szirmay, Mednyánszky and Czóbel families, as well as the Spiš families of Csáky, Esterházy, etc).

Ladislav Mednyánszky and Mansion Strážky Ladislav Mednyánszky and Mansion Strážky Kaštieľ Strážky, Spišská Belá-Strážky
Permanent exposition

Ladislav Mednyánszky (1852 - 1919) is one of the prominent representatives of Central European painting of the last third of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century. The mansion in Strážky is the only place in Slovakia in which a permanent exposition of his work is presented.

Historical Library Strážky Historical Library Strážky Kaštieľ Strážky, Spišská Belá-Strážky
Permanent exposition

A brief historical exposition introduces the history of the mansion and the municipality and the development of the families who owned the mansion. The beginning of the significant Slovak historical library, which is a part of the national cultural heritage, dates back to the last quarter of the 16th century. The library has developed continuously for 400 years and today it has approximately 8,500 books, magazines and maps.

Sculpture in Slovakia in the 20th Century Sculpture in Slovakia in the 20th Century Kaštieľ Strážky, Spišská Belá-Strážky
Permanent exposition

The Slovak National Gallery is gradually building up its outdoor exposition of plastic art, in which the works of the most prominent Slovak artists of the second half of the 20th century are represented in the impressive English park, which sprawls across the landscape bordering the Poprad River.

Ľudovít Fulla Ľudovít Fulla Galéria Ľudovíta Fullu, Ružomberok
Permanent exposition

The Gallery of Ľudovít Fulla in Ružomberok was built according to the design of arch. Martin Kusý Sr. in 1964 and 1965 (implementation by architect Štefan Hatala) to present and preserve works of art donated to the state by Fulla, one of the most prominent and original Slovak artists of the 20th century.

Ľudovít Fulla Tomb Ľudovít Fulla Tomb Mestský cintorín, Ružomberok
Permanent exposition

Fulla’s tomb, located in the cemetery in Ružomberok and designed by Martin Kusý, is also under the administration of the Slovak National Gallery. Fulla himself designed the interior mosaics and Ernest Zmeták designed and created the mosaic on the floor.

The Mill Exhibit The Mill Exhibit Schaubmarov Mlyn v Pezinku, Pezinok-Cajla
Permanent exposition

The Mill exhibit shows a development of milling in the Little Carpathians from the 18th century till the 1950s. The historic estate was preserved in almost originals state, including the architecture and the technical equipment of the mill.

Galéria Horský park Galéria Horský park Horský park, Bratislava
Permanent exposition

Upcoming 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 starts in 107 days

The aim of this exhibition is to introduce the main centres of landscape painting instruction that influenced the depiction of nature and natural motifs. In the second half of the 19th century, following the example of the Barbizon School, approaches to the depiction of nature were relaxed. The discipline of landscape painting was gradually reformed, and also re-introduced at art academies.

Suitcase from the United States Suitcase from the United States Esterházy Palace,
Exhibition starts in 141 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 289 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.

Anna Daučíková Anna Daučíková Esterházyho palác, Bratislava
Exhibition starts in 316 days

Anna Daučíková's solo exhibition is connected to the publication of her first monograph. This glass maker, jewelry maker and painter has also become a photographer, video-performer and video-artist.

 
 

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