MuMo, also known as Museum Montanelli, invites visitors from all over the world to rediscover modern visual art and their perception of it. Czech and international artists created a new world filled with contemporary masterpieces that depict the changes and transformations that our society has gone through in recent years.

The art gallery is open from Wednesday to Sunday from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Don’t hesitate to stop by when you are in the area! 

What is MuMo? 

MuMo is an aspiring gem among the Czech modern artists, offering the possibility of a controversial vision of contemporary society. There, you can find a selection of authentic artists who express their feelings and emotions through one medium – visual art.

‘It is one of the few private-ownership non-profit organizations focusing on contemporary visual art. Fuelling creativity and imagination, MuMo embraces a continuous dialogue between the established and experimental, the past and the future,’ said MuMo representatives. 

With its creative approach, the museum is trying to raise awareness of contemporary art among locals and visitors to Prague. MuMo uses the latest technology to achieve this goal, including multifaceted exhibitions, promoting open-mindedness, and a “thinking outside the box” approach. 

‘Museum Montanelli has been successfully integrating these works into diverse exhibition projects,’ concluded MuMo representatives. 

In MuMo, you can also enjoy the art beyond the installations of Czech and foreign contemporary artists. For instance, the museum offers a unique opportunity for which visitors could enjoy ‘art as experience.’ In particular, modern dance performances, guided tours, and public conferences with curators and artists. 

Current exhibition: Floralia

Running from April 28, 2022, the Floralia exhibition is thriving at MuMo, attracting visitors to discover a new perspective on society and its values through the medium of flowers. Nature is a key here. Simple and minimalistic—no words needed. 

‘The Floralia exhibition offers a counterpoint to the unsettling atmosphere of recent times. It aims to be an encouraging celebration of the indomitable vital forces of nature, a fulfillment of the desire for beauty and renewal,’ said the exhibition curator. 

This is a truly inspiring approach to show the world how our society has changed and altered in a couple of years of challenging times of the coronavirus pandemic and the socio-cultural situation.  

The installation’s doors are open from Wednesday to Sunday, from 15.00 to 18.00 until the last day of the flower bloom, or as we can say, until September 19, 2022. 

Admission tickets

Since the Museum Montanelli is a non-government organization, you will need to pay a small fee when visiting it. Support modern art with 100 Kč, and do a good deed. 

The entrance is free for students, unique card holders (ZTP), and specific categories of users. Education matters more than money in this way. 

Getting to the MuMo

The easiest way to get to MuMo is to take a tram to Malostranské náměstí. However, be prepared to walk some stairs up through the historical neighborhood of Prague 1. Worth a stroll! 

You can also take the metro to Malostranská (green/A line of the metro) and enjoy a long walk to the museum. We assume it would be approximately twenty minutes, if not more. 

Enjoy the modern art and spread awareness of it! 

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