Moravian Gallery in Brno is an exceptional spread of your shot. As the only Art Museum in the Czech Republic is engaged in the artistic culture of the whole complex. Works with both the free art, i.e. painting, drawing, graphics, and sculpture from the earliest period to the present, with photographs, applied arts, graphic design and architecture. Moravian Gallery in Brno is the second largest art museum in the Czech Republic.
Moravian Gallery in Brno, owns four buildings: the architecturally remarkable Pražák’s Palace, the Museum of decorative arts, the Governor’s Palace and the Villa Jurkovičovu. Together with the Vienna Museum of applied art (MAK) manages the birthplace of Josef Hoffmann in Brtnice in Jihlava. Presents the artistic culture of the territory of the Czech Republic in the European context, both in the permanent exhibits, through short-term exhibitions. With this effort related to cooperation with a number of domestic and foreign institutions, and participation in international projects. On a global scale has from the activities of the Moravian Gallery in Brno the greatest significance of the international Biennale of graphic design held since 1963. – Translated by Automatic service