The desire of women to facilitate homework, the theoretical concept of the smallest flat, the planned economy of the socialist country, and contemporary ecological thinking - all combine the idea of the Collective House. A house where a launderette, a library, a gym and a restaurant are available to its residents. This architectural phenomenon of the twentieth century and its appearance in Czechoslovakia will introduce you from November 16th to a new exhibition of the Art Museum - Living together. Czech collective houses and their changes over time.
The second exhibition, starting on November 16th, will be the Monogramist T. D. This is the first ever exhibition of the works of Slovak artist Dezider Tóth or Monogramist T. D from the collections of one institution. The author was also involved in the preparation of the exhibition.