Bratislava City Gallery | Mirbach Palace

Years of Disarray 1908–1928. Avant-gardes in the Central Europe

Bratislava City Gallery

Bratislava City Gallery is, after the Slovak National Gallery, the second largest gallery in Slovakia. It was established in 1959. Administers more than 35 000 works of art. The gallery displays its collections in two historical buildings located in the historical centre of Bratislava. Exhibitions of modern art are realised at exhibition halls of the Mirbach Palace and Pálffy Palace.

Bratislava City Gallery, Františkánské nám. 11, 815 35 Bratislava,


  • Main organizer:
    Bratislava City Gallery
  • Author of the conception:
    Karel Srp, Lenka Bydžovská (Czech Republic)
  • Curator:
    Zsófia Kiss-Szemán (Slovakia)
  • Cooperation:
    Steffen Eigl (Germany), Erwin Kessler (Bucharest), Monika Rydiger (Poland), Irina Subotić (Belgrade), György Várkonyi (Hungary), Patrick Werkner (Austria)
  • Coordination of the project:
    Šárka Belšíková, Anežka Šimková (Czech Republic)
  • Co-organizers:
    Olomouc Museum of Art, International Cultural Centre in Krakow, Janus Pannonius Museum in Pecs
  • Exhibition design:
    Peter Liška (Slovakia)
  • Exhibition design:
    Tereza Hejmová (Czech Republic), Peter Liška (Slovakia)
  • Support of the project:
    European union | V 4 | Governments and ministries of culture of the participating countries