The National Museum of Modern Art presents a new and complete chronological setup of its collection covering the period from the 19th century to the present day
At a press conference held on 9th April, the National Museum of Modern Art presented its new and complete chronological setup of its collection covering the period from the 19th century to the present day.
The curators of the museum selected almost five hundred of the best works of art, which are now exhibited in the attractively painted exhibition halls of the historicist Vranyczany Palace. The setup is authored by the museum’s director Branko Franceschi.
Each work of art is contextualised with a bilingual text panel describing it in more detail, which can be transmitted to a mobile phone screen using a QR code.
Text panels with information about the history of the museum and its seat in the Vranyczany Palace are set up in the entrance hall interconnecting the two exhibition floors of the museum.
Translated by: Ana Janković