SNG celebrates 55 years

ON THE OCCASION of its 55th anniversary, the Slovak National Gallery (SNG) has prepared several events to celebrate.
The first, a representative exhibition entitled Gothic, will run from November 20 until the end of March. It will be the follow up to the gallery's presentations of baroque art and the art of the 20th century.
"It will be a big step forward, not only for our art history," Katarína Bajcurová, the general director of the SNG, told the news agency TASR.

ON THE OCCASION of its 55th anniversary, the Slovak National Gallery (SNG) has prepared several events to celebrate.

The first, a representative exhibition entitled Gothic, will run from November 20 until the end of March. It will be the follow up to the gallery's presentations of baroque art and the art of the 20th century.

"It will be a big step forward, not only for our art history," Katarína Bajcurová, the general director of the SNG, told the news agency TASR.

"We have also prepared a joint Slovak-Hungarian historical project, which will present works by Ladislav Mednyánszky [a Slovak native], and which opens in October in Budapest. Then it comes to Bratislava," Bajcurová said.

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