To be fair, I am a painter so visits to modern or contemporary museums are quite a must on a trip. I must say I really love DOX, the curators have done a great job for the current exhibit. The current temporary exhibit "Disabled by normality" is widely publicized all over town. I am usually sceptical on such themes but I must say the collection of works and the chronology of display is really quite something, enjoyed it and opened my eyes on this subject quite a bit. But my favourite exhibit is Kamila Ženatá – The Women’s Yard. We actually did the viewing in the reverse order by mistake, starting in the last room as we arrived by the lift to the auditorium room. It turned out to be better, it had a lot of wow factor as we go through one room after another. Anyway, I went through it 3 times, 2 times reverse, 1 time right sequence. The other 2 temporary exhibit was really good too. Iveta Pilařová - Relay, is bit more personal and Gustar is very mathematical. Really had a good time, spend about 2 hours and had to leave which is a pity because they have a well stocked bookstore which I'd love browsing.
Like with the rest of our almost ending 2 week stay, the frontline staff here are really rude. She was really irritated and refused to get up from her chair to show me the artists catalogue which I had wanted to buy.
The café décor is really nice, a pity they only serve drinks. We went on a Sunday and it was so quiet that my 14month baby slept through for 2 hours which is rare! The AC is a real plus as it was really hot. Oh, some artworks are quite disturbing so if you have kids, you might want to exercise some censorship. My 6 year old is a little disturbed by some images, it was a little hard to shield her from everything esp large scale projections!
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