Eighteen works from the Nedbalka Gallery´s collection executed between 1968 and 1993 represent the selection of the artist´s best works from this creative period.
The end of the sixties marked the beginning of the last creative phase in the oeuvre of Koloman Sokol, a significant figure of Slovak fine art whose artistic and humanistic legacy reached far beyond the borders of Slovakia. In this period, Sokol´s thinking and style significantly changed. He no longer aspired to a formal perfection, as if he lost interest in morphology, composition or space. He turned his attention to the atmosphere, the depiction of crucial moments and the state of mind. Eighteen works from the Nedbalka Gallery´s collection executed between 1968 and 1993 represent the selection of the artist´s best works from this creative period.
Works from Depositary
At first sight the works refer to significant symbols of a Christian tradition. They have been displayed on the occasion of Easter, the most important Christian festival
Current exhibition of Ladislav Mednyánszky
Ladislav Mednyánszky was one of the greatest painters of the turn of the twentieth century.
Works from the Depositary
Dance has accompanied human since time immemorial. In the oldest iconographic artefacts this human activity is represented as mimicking a divine dancer.