This is a small museum, focused on contemporary art mostly by Czech artists. When we were there they had a very good retrospective of works by Frantisek Kupka, one of the earliest abstract artists. Unfortunately we had a bad experience here - in 2 weeks in eastern Europe, this was the one time people were rude to us. The museum has A LOT of stairs. When I asked if I could use the elevator, I was told it was only for people with disabilities. I then explained that I was unable to climb 4 flights of stairs and thus could not see the art, so I would like to have my ticket fee refunded. At that point I was shown, with much muttering and grumbling, to the elevator. By this time my companions had gone ahead of me, so that when I reached the top floor and was asked for my ticket, I didn't have it as only a single ticket had been issued for the 4 of us. I tried to explain that to the guard (and she was definitely a guard, as she refused to let me into the exhibit, in spite of the fact that there was no way to reach the 4th floor without going through the ticket booth!) It was a very unpleasant visit. But the art is interesting, as is the building (once you get into it).
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