Prague – Trade Fair Palace Unknown

A functionalist architecture masterpiece, Trade Fair Palace was built in 1926-1928 following the design of Josef Fuchs and Oldřich Tyl and it was one of the first functionalist buildings in our country as well as in Europe. Originally, it served to retail purposes but it burnt down in 1974 and after strenuous negotiations it was reconstructed for the needs of the National Gallery in Prague. Today, it is a place presenting a unique collection of Czech and foreign modern and contemporary art. Curator Radomíra Sedláková will guide you through usually inaccessible sections of Trade Fair Palace.

Meeting point: Sat, October 3, 4 pm, by the ticket office in Trade Fair Palace