The visit to the Kampa Museum is a must for those that want to know about the work of Czech and other Eastern Europe artists. Works by Michal Gabriel, Eva Kmentova, Kurt Gebauer, Mica Popovic, Olbram Zoubeck, Karel Nepras, Miro Vuco, Ales Vesely, Milan Dobes and David Cerny, among many others. Plus an astonishing collection of around 300 works by Frantisek Kupka (1871-1957). The museum itself is a wonderful building, and old Sova's mills restored by architect Josef Schulz. The museum is located in Kampa Park, one of the most pleasant places to walk in Prague. Go to the top for a magnificent view over the river. Don't even try to compare this great museum with the poor collection of clumsy and amateurish art works at AMoYA. The Kampa Museum is the place in Prague to see contemporary art.
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