Century of Relativity. Permanent Exhibition of 20th Century Fine Arts

November 14 2013, Start and end dates
June 30 2016, Start and end dates

12 seated figures
Magdalena Abakanowicz, 12 seated figures, 1974 – 1976 (sculpture)
Active yellow
István Nádler, Active yellow, 1968 (painting)
And again (diptych)
Sándor Pinczehelyi, And again (diptych), 1973 – 2002 (mixed media)
And again (diptych)
Sándor Pinczehelyi, And again (diptych), 1973 – 2002 (mixed media)
Victor Vasarely, HARMAS, 1966 (mixed media)
Jiří David, INRI, 1987 (painting)
Ludmila Padrtová, Blue, 1957 (painting)
Area 132
Ryszard Winiarski, Area 132, 1973 (painting)
Picture - Object
Aleš Veselý, Picture - Object, 1960 (mixed media)
Imre Bak, Postgeometry, 1982 (painting)
Quasi-image 101
Dóra Maurer, Quasi-image 101, 1983 (painting)
Hugo Demartini, Relief, 1964 (sculpture)
Jana Želibská, She, 1967 (painting)
Silver Corridor
Karel Malich, Silver Corridor, 1970 (sculpture)
László Fehér, Steps, 1989 (painting)
Dance of Death
Laco Teren, Dance of Death, 1989 (painting)
Victor Vasarely, TEREK, 1951 (painting)
Dead Head
Zbyněk Sekal, Dead Head, 1957 (sculpture)
The Turkish Bath
Jiří Kolář, The Turkish Bath, 1965 – 1969 (mixed media)
Milan Knížák, Untitled, 1964 – 1979 (mixed media)
Jiří Kolář, [Untitled], 1971 (mixed media)
Endre Tót, Untitled, 1987 (painting)

The presentation portrays the best of a broad spectrum of works – often contradicting in ideas and styles of which we can identify as important, or even, without exaggeration, crucial not only for Czech modern and contemporary art. On this basic aim focuses the Olomouc Museum of Art in the perment exposition of 20th century in Central European context. Next to the basic streams in Czech modern art of this period includes artworks of exile authors and prominent Polish, Hungarian, and Slovak authors as well.

Muzeum umění Olomouc 2011-2021