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Prague Galleries

Every art lover aspires to visit the cultural landmark of the world, i.e. the city of Prague once in his lifetime.

Prague is filled with galleries which showcase a large variety of artefacts. Art aficionados will be delighted to learn about the art galleries and museums in the city which are excellent places to learn and wonder about the history of European art. Galleries and exhibition centres like the National Gallery, Leica Gallery Prague and the Chemistry Gallery are visited by scores of visitors every day. Scroll down further to have a quick tour through some of the best art galleries in Prague.

Jakubska Gallery (Galerie Jakubska)

Jakubska Gallery (Galerie Jakubska)

Located at the Staroměstské nám near Old Town Square, the National Gallery of Prague is a state-owned art gallery and has the highest collection of artworks. The artworks of this gallery are placed in different historical buildings in Prague and other places. The largest gallery is at Veletržní Palác (Trade-fair Palace) which houses a collection of contemporary art.

Other galleries belong to National Art galleries are:
▪ Convent of St. Agnes of Bohemia (Old Town) houses art of the Middle Ages in Bohemia.
▪ Šternberk Palace (Hradčany) houses European art from Antiquity.
▪ Schwarzenberg palace also known as Lobkowicz Palace at Hradčany houses collection of art of the Renaissance, Mannerism.
▪ Salm Palace (Hradčany) showcases 19th century art.
▪ House of the Black Madonna in Old Town has a collection of contemporary artwork.
▪ Kinský Palace (Old Town) - Art of Asia and Art of the Ancient World.

Galleries located outside Prague are Kinský castle Žďár nad Sázavou, Fryštát castle.

Opening Times: Mon. to Thu. 8am - 4.15pm, Fri. 8am - 3pm.
Address: Staroměstské nám. 12, 110 15 Prague 1, Czech Republic.
Tel.: +420 220 397 236

DOX Center for Contemporary Art (Centrum Současného Umění DOX)

DOX Center for Contemporary Art (Centrum Současného Umění DOX)

The DOX Centre for Contemporary Art situated in Holešovice district is a multipurpose space for presenting Czech and international art. This renovated building of an old factory is also a cultural platform for discussions on current topics, interactive workshops including photography, painting. The upper level of the building has a bookstore and a cafe as well.

Opening Times: Sat, Sun. & Mon. 10am - 6pm; Tues. closed; Wed. & Fri. 11am - 7pm; Thur. 11am - 9pm
Address: Poupětova 1, Praha 7, Czech Republic.
Tel.: +420 295 568 123

Gallery of Art (Galerie GOAP)

Gallery of Art (Galerie GOAP)

Situated in the Old Town Square, the Gallery of Art brings three amazing exhibitions which include a collection of works by the famous Spanish artist Salvador Dalí who is renowned for his work on original prints, sculptures, and paintings; another exhibition named Andy Warhol – I´m OK, displays artistic talent of eminent personalities. Lastly, the third exhibition puts forth the works of a Czech painter and designer named Alfons Mucha.

Opening Times: 10am - 8pm
Address: Old Town Square 15, Prague 1, Czech Republic.
Tel.: +420 222 313 849

FUTURA Center for Contemporary Art (Galerie Futura O.s.)

FUTURA Center for Contemporary Art (Galerie Futura O.s.)

Futura is a nonprofit organisation which presents two exhibition spaces dedicated to contemporary art. Futura gallery is a three-storey construction in Smíchov district of Prague. It has been in work since 2003, and has presented group and solo exhibitions of many renowned international and Czech artists such as Lawrence Weiner, Bas Jan Ader, Betrand Lavier, Mircea Cantor, and Hubert Duprat.

Opening Times: Wed. to Sun. 11am - 6pm
Address: Holečkova 49, 150 00 Prague 5, Czech Republic.
Tel.: +420 604 738 390

Leica Gallery Prague
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Leica Gallery Prague

Leica Gallery Prague has been working especially in the field of exhibiting photography presentations for a long time, located at Školská street in Prague. This is not just an art gallery; visitors can roam through the exhibition hall, a gallery café, and a bookshop with photographic publications. The Gallery features work by renowned artists like Mary Ellen Mark, Anton Corbijn, Helmut Newton, Leni Riefenstahl, Edward Steichen, Sebastião Salgado, Michel Comte. Other than photography exhibitions, the gallery also undertakes activities like debates, seminars, professional lectures, discussions and workshops.

Address: Školská 28, 110 00 Praha 1, Czech Republic.
Tel.: +420 222 211 567

DSC Gallery

DSC Gallery

Founded in the year 2008, DSC is a significant gallery located at Dlouhá and has built a good reputation with foremost artists from the Czech Republic as well as other countries. The gallery also accommodates works from young artists. Dvorak sec contemporary organises a number of exhibitions, projects, social and educational events based on contemporary art. Further in the year 2014, it has introduced a unique project named Art Lover’s Academy, which is designed for art aficionados who want to learn more about the emerging drifts and trends of the art and become acknowledged about the field of contemporary art.

Address: Dlouhá 923/5, 110 00 Prague 1, Czech Republic.
Tel.: +420 607 262 617

Art cz Gallery

Art cz Gallery

This is a place for the art explorers located at Prokopská, Malá Strana. Art cz Gallery is dedicated to a unique art form like Doll art. It is propagated by Bohdana Klatilova who herself is an award-winning doll artist. She has set up this unique gallery and a creative centre which is the first school for doll art; it concentrates on the exploration of a customary artistic methodology of art dolls and puppets made out of wood. Here, the visitors can buy some dolls and teddy bears for their little ones and also have a look at the amazing artworks in order to know more about this form of art.

Address: Bohdana Klatilova, Art cz Gallery, Prokopska 376/5, Praha 1, Mala Strana, 110 00, Czech Republic.
Tel.: +420 602 387 549

Hunt Kastner Gallery

Hunt Kastner Gallery

The Hunt Kastner Gallery is located in Bořivojova and was inaugurated in 2005 by Katherine Kastner and Camille Hunt from USA and Canada, with the aim of making a professional presentation of contemporary Czech artists and assisting young artists and mid generation artists. The gallery boasts a variety of exhibitions from genres like painting, photography, video, and many more.

Address: bořivojova 85, prague 3 – žižkov, Czech Republic.
Tel.: +420 222 969 887

The Chemistry Gallery
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The Chemistry Gallery

The Chemistry Gallery is a creative institute dedicated to exhibiting the contemporary artworks by young artists from international as well the Czech Republic. It aims to contribute in building understanding and communication amongst the world of contemporary art, visual art and the public. It encourages young artists to come up with new artistic trends, and creative conceptions. It also aims to provide a consistent, long-term support and collaboration with chosen artists. This gallery is located at Bubenská, Prague.

Address: Bubenská 1, 170 00 Praha 7, Czech Republic.
Tel.: +420 222 969 887, +420 724 708 065

Latin Art Gallery

Latin Art Gallery

The Latin Art gallery, also known as the Galerie výtvarného umění Latin, is situated at Jungmannova and is dedicated to the representation of the Latin American art and Hispanic culture. It holds multi-genre exhibitions of art forms like painting, photography, visual art performances and graphic arts.

Address: Jungmannova 17/3, 110 00 Praga 1, Czech Republic.
Tel.: +420 734 332 420

Galerie Jakubska
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Galerie Jakubska

Galerie Jakubska was opened in the year 1994, and since then, the gallery has been exhibiting the work of Alexandr Onishenko and many other international artists. The gallery regularly hosts concerts, exhibitions and other social events.

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