Ladislav Mednyánszky – The 100th anniversary of artist´s death
Ladislav Mednyánszky (1852 Beckov – 1919 Viedeň) was one of the most significant painters at the turn of the twentieth century and the most famous Barbizon artist in Slovakia. During his lifetime he was recognised mainly as a landscapist. The Barbizon concept of landscape was in accordance with his inner world and he managed to bring the landscape painting in the manner of lyrical realism, which preferred the artist´s inner experience, individual feelings and moods, to the level of perfection.
Koloman Sokol 1968-1993
Eighteen works on paper in the Nedbalka Gallery´s collection come from the period of the 1970s and 1980s.
František Burian´s Studio
Prof. František Burian has been devoted to the education of designers for over three decades.
The VUB Foundation has a long history of supporting the visual arts.
Zora Palová – ZORENIE
Glass is not only a material, it is a matter living its own life, it is a space shaped by light.
Vladimír Kompánek – Remembering
I saw colour chalks for the first time in my life.
Robert Hromec – Inside a Time Capsule
Robert Hromec´s exhibition presents bold, expressive works made using a mixed media technique, which is very demanding.
Katarína Kvietiková – Bekéniová: Terra Incognita
In her work she focuses on drawing, graphic art, painting and non-woven arttext tapestry.