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DOX Centre for Contemporary Art, Prague
Categories: Art Galleries, Shopping, Museums
Discover modern art by paying a visit to DOX Centre for Contemporary Art. Check out paintings, sculptures, photography, and more, that showcase the contemporary artists’ views of the world, and society. Walk through several exhibitions which are differently themed, and of different sizes. Take a break at the onsite cafe, and buy souvenirs at the gift shop. 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 exhibitions of conremporary art are what they are...i would personally expect a bit more...art. The building itself is great architecture and it is worth of visit, even empty. Same as the neibourg... read more »
We saw an exhibition about sport and it was pretty underwhelming to be honest. Both my husband and I thought so. There was also a glass exhibition which was the saving grace.
la posizione non è tanto vicina alla vecchis città, a piedi è un po' lunga e il quartiere non è dei più belli. Nonostante il tema sportivo e l'inaccessibilità di alcune aree è stato curioso e soddisfa... read more »the location is not so close to vecchis city, walking is a bit long and the neighborhood isn't the best. Despite the sports theme and the inaccessibility of some areas was curious and satisfying. Not to be missed!show original
Brilliant place, with thought provoking exhibitions. They seem to be rotating from what I can tell, so look in advance before going. On my visit, there was a poignant exhibition on the soul of money, and a multi-level physical manifestation of Aldous Huxley's Brave New World. The latter had the hairs on my arms stand on end! Rounding it off were rooms addressing the funeral rituals of the Chinese that reflect their commercial orientation in contemporary times. It's a good set up, nothing permanent on and not the big names and familiar works, but pieces which confront and issue and make you think m
Diverse collection of modern artworks, from the Supermarket of the Dead to a statue of Jesus on the cross made from trainers. Interesting and thought provoking work exhibited in an impressive building, hidden away in a quiet residential suberb.
Awesome and inspiring. Nice cafe upstairs with a roof terrace and free wifi.
Great museum but poor staff... Totally unfriendly and pushing you to the exit 15 mins before the closing time. Definitely come early if you want to be enjoy your visit correctly, long waiting hours are making those students senseless
Such a great place. The exhibits I saw made me feel powerless. Art about money, consumerism, global industry, etc., of course. Awesome place with some great rooftop spots too.
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