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DOX Centre for Contemporary Art, Prague

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Get a different perspective on things at DOX Centre for Contemporary Art, dedicated to presenting socially engaged visual art, literature, performance. Housed in a former factory, the multipurpose space exhibits Czech and international artists working in a variety of media. Walk through many differently themed exhibits, and check out the accompanying programs such as lectures, films, and workshops. Take a break at the onsite cafe, then stop in the gift shop for souvenirs. DOX Centre for Contemporary Art is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our international travel planner, Prague Edition.
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  • The news on the zeppelin reading room reached us and we decided to visit the museum during our city trip in Prague. It is off-center and off the beaten track, but most worth a visit (and a very reason...  more »
  • I really enjoyed the exhibit entitled Big Bang Data. It shows us how much data is floating around about us due to our use of smart phones and social networks. It helps give us both technical and moral...  more »
  • I don't know what I expected but I expected more art and less mechanics on the art. It's a small museum and the highlight was the store so that's weird.  more »
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  • A contemporary art museum that is worth EVERY bit of the entry price. The exhibitions were so interesting, relevant, well-curated & well-designed. The layout of the building is a bit disorienting and the map wasn't too helpful; but it was fun to find our way through the building and discover things along the way. The permanent site artwork "Gulliver's Airship" is stunning. We sat and watched the video of the airship installation for a bit - super fascinating. The gift shop was also excellent - a great selection of art books, paper products, and fine art gifts. I will definitely be back to this museum.
  • One from the Top 10 Czech contemporary art galleries. However private, no other hosting much sophisticated and educational exhibitions. The curatorial program, graphic design and off-program goes together hand by hand with a great architecture, interiors and genius loci what makes DOX so impressive ....
  • Great art gallery. An amazing experience and not too expensive: prices are fair and excellent discount is available for (international) students. A milestone for those who visit the city. Quite distant from downtown, but easy to reach by metro.
  • One of the more interesting buildings in Prague, this art gallery hosts various exhibitions. I enjoyed the one about Big Data - good use of space. The gallery also has an art library and a bookstore worth exploring.
  • Super cool art gallery with an awesome exhibition on data. Great even if you don't think you're much of an art fan. Only downside was that is it was a bit hot.