Olomouc Museum of Art (Czech Republic)

Since it was established in 1951, it has been one of the most important memory institutions in the Czech Republic. The Museum is housed in three buildings along with its collections of old, modern, and contemporary art. It administers nearly 200 000 exhibits of the Olomouc Archbishopric and of own collection items. Shortterm exhibitions as well as longterm expositions present visual arts and culture from the earliest times to the present. The Olomouc Museum of Art has been sponsored by the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic.

Muzeum umění Olomouc, Denisova 47, 771 11 Olomouc, +420 585 514 111,, MAP



International Cultural Centre in Cracow (Poland)

The International Cultural Centre was founded in 1991. Our mission is to support cultural integration in Europe and to protect its cultural heritage. The institution focuses on the areas of cultural heritage theory, philosophy and management, remembrance, identity, the cultural space, art and heritage of Central Europe, dialogues between cultures, the city as a mirror of civilisation, cultural policy and culture economics.

Międzynarodowe Centrum Kultury, Rynek Główny 25, 31-008 Kraków, tel. +48 124 242 800,, MAP


Bratislava City Gallery (Slovakia)

Bratislava City Gallery is, after the Slovak National Gallery, the second largest gallery in Slovakia. It was established in 1959. Administers more than 35 000 works of art. The gallery displays its collections in two historical buildings located in the historical centre of Bratislava. Exhibitions of modern art are realised at exhibition halls of the Pálffy Palace.

Galéria mesta Bratislavy, Mirbachov palác, Františkánské náměstí 11 (MAP); Pálffyho palác, Panská 19 (MAP), 815 35 Bratislava, +421 254 435 102, 


Janus Pannonius Múzeum in Pécs (Hungary)

The largest regional museum in Hungary was established in 1951. It administrates group of specialized institutions. Between them also Gallery of Modern Hungarian Art, which permanent exhibition is located in a renovated historical monument building with contemporary architectural extensions. The Janus Pannonius Museum preserves the second largest collection of 20th century Hungarian Art in the country (behind the National Gallery).

Múzeum Janus Pannonius, 7621 Pécs, Káptalán u. 5., +36 72 / 514-040,, MAP 

Arbor Vitae

The chief publisher of the Years of Disarray book is one of the most respected contemporary Czech publishing houses focused on artistic publications and books dealing with visual arts. During twenty five years of its existence it published nearly four hundred books that won record thirty eight prizes in the Most beautiful book of the year competition. The books also won awards in the following prestigious competitions: Gloria Musealis, Czech Grand Design, Nejkrásnější kniha Slovenska (The most beautiful book of Slovakia), Cena F. X. Šaldy (F. X. Šalda Prize), Zlatá stuha (Golden ribbon), Magnesia Litera and the Most beautiful book of the world competition. Arbor vitae is organiser and co-organiser of exhibitions at important Czech as well as international galleries, always accompanied with extensive exhibition catalogues and monographs.






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