A new permanent exhibition at Moravian Gallery in Brno

"Brno as a Suburb of Vienna"

On the timeline of the "long" 19th century (1789-1914), the first part of the new permanent exhibition in the Governor's Palace introduces artistic links between the Moravian and Austrian metropolises. The objective of the Moravian Gallery was to modify the existing exhibition to provide a more comprehensive view of the role of art in the individual eras. The exhibition thus combines free and applied arts in a balanced way: apart from paintings, statues and works on paper it showcases examples of period furniture, porcelain and ceramics, glass, textiles and fashion, jewellery and cast iron.

The exhibition was realized through financial support from the European Regional Devel-opment Fund and is part of the project "Bilaterale Designnetzwerke," within the context of the INTERREG V-A Austria-Czech Republic program.