The Veletrzní Palace is the location for the National Gallery in Prague's permanent exhibition of 20th-century art.
The first part of the permanent inter-disciplinary exhibition - Czech art between 1900 and 1930, and 19th and 20th century French art - is located on the third and fourth floors.
The second part of the exhibition, which is situated on the second floor, shows Czech art from 1930 to the present, the Collection for the village of Lidice displaying the work of 52 artists from Germany, and the 'Laboratory' displaying the young art scene of the 1990s.
The exhibition reflects the development of art, the social and cultural changes within the contemporary context of European art and changes in lifestyle in the last two centuries. It offers major examples of architecture, furniture, applied art, design and stage designs of the period. Also on display are photographs, drawings and prints from the graphic art collection.
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