Gustav Klimt – Lady with a Muff

On June 27, 2014, the National Gallery in Prague, Collection of Modern and Contemporary Art, will add to its permanent exhibition of 20th- and 21st-century International Art a painting by Austrian artist Gustav Klimt (1862–1918), a key figure in the Vienna Secession. Klimt developed a distinctive style that captured the wholly original atmosphere of fin de siècle Vienna.

Terasa Anker

It is saying that great ideas are born easily , but sometimes it is the realization of a long journey.After a year of tuning all the details we have for all lovers of great food and beers an oasis of calm in the center of Prague, where the view and selected specialties will delight your eyes and taste buds. We present a project in a unique location in the center of Prague, on the roof OD Kotva with absolutely excelent overlooking to the old town of Prague .

 

The best of Hollywood Nights

Carl Davis is back with a vengeance! This time around we can look forward to tuning our ears to the film scores of Oscar-winning films from the past decade. No shooting stars can be left to roam the stratosphere at this concert, not even „Skyfall”!

Don Giovanni – Estates Theatre Praue

The summer cultural life of Prague, a city closely linked with the professional carreer and life of the musical genius W. A. Mozart, will culminate this year by the 18th traditional series of Opera Mozart performances in The Estates Theatre. After the trium¬phal succes, Opera Mozart will once again stage a remake of the original world premiere of Don Giovanni, the most famous opera of all times. Do not miss the excellent spectacle with im¬pressive stage design, historical costumes and top-quality inter¬national singers, for only Prague can offer you this „opera of all times“ in the authentic setting where the Maestro himself conducted it in 1787.

Kingdom of Railroads

The 115 square meter model railroad display space represents a cross section of technologies an construction techniques which will also be used in completing the next stages of the construction of the Railroad Kingdom.Visitors will be able to view numerous important parts of the Czech Republic, a moving automobile park and many interesting technical tricks (surprises). A system of miniature cameras mounted inside the train locomotives gives visitors the chance to really imagine riding the trains through the miniature surroundings. Visitors can see many of the most well known landmarks in the country. Model trains will climb the hills of Ještěd, Karlštejn and go around the Prague Castle. The Railroad Kingdom creators’ goal is to present the most realistic representation possible, for example day changes to night and back again at regular intervals and the locomotives travel based on detailed train schedules. In four years the total space that the actual railroad will cover will be more than 1008 square meters. The Railroad kingdom is not just the largest model railroad in the Czech Republic, but also in all of Central and Eastern Europe.

Perfect for families with children to enjoy in case the weather is not so cooperative. We will be happy to advise the directions.

Vital Art Noveau 1900

The exhibition held in the Municipal House in Prague will present a selection of the most outstanding works of Czech and European Art Nouveau art from the holdings of the Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague. The exhibition is intended to show the Art Nouveau arts and crafts as part of the ground-breaking, forward-looking trends and emancipation efforts that evolved in the late 19th century, as a reformist art movement that strove for “the multiplication and intensification of life”. The display will therefore explore the Art Nouveau aesthetic both in terms of modern artist designers’ creative ambitions and the new zest for life that swept society as a whole. Masterpieces of decorative art exhibited at the famous Paris World’s Fair of 1900 will be on display, alongside works influenced by the various currents of thought popular at the time (such as the theories of Vitalism and Spiritism), as well as the formal and stylistic innovations in glassware, ceramics and furniture. Other areas will cover the radical changes in life style as reflected in interior design, the visual style of poster art and fashion.