While Mucha’s most monumental artwork, The Slav Epic, has gone into storage for the foreseeable future, still awaiting a permanent home, his other works are of course still being exhibited around the world, in various galleries. Here’s list of current and future exhibitions as well as permanent ones.
Current & future exhibitions
Alphonse Mucha: Master of Art Nouveau – Huntsville Museum of Art, 300 Church Street South Huntsville, AL, USA 35801
[24.03.2019 – 23.06.2019]
Running from March through to June this year, the exhibition, located in Huntsville Museum of Art, Alabama, USA, features 75 works by Mucha. The exhibit examines the broad range of the artist’s work, through: rare original lithographs, proofs and drawings, as well as books, illustrations and various artefacts. The group of works are drawn from one of the finest private collections of Mucha’s work in the US. The exhibition is being organised by Landau Travelling Exhibitions, Los Angeles, CA.
Fore more info: https://hsvmuseum.org
Bonjour, Monsieur Gaugin: Czech Artists in Brittany 1850–1950 – Kinský Palace, National Gallery in Prague, Staroměstské náměstí 12 Prague, Czech Republic
[16.11.2018 – 17.3.2019]
Currently displayed in the National Gallery in Prague until 17th March ’19, is this collection of works by both Czech and French artists. The exhibition details the presence of Czech artists in Brittany between 1850 and 1950, illustrating how they interpreted the rough landscape and traditional motifs of the the French region. The Czech artists’ paintings, including those of Alphonse Mucha, are compered to paintings by French artists: Paul Gaugin, Paul Sérusier and Émil Bernard.
Alphonse Mucha: Master of Art Nouveau – Memorial Art Gallery of the University of Rochester, 500 University Ave., Rochester NY 14607
[12.10.19 – 19.01.2020]
This exhibition, focusing on Mucha’s work, is to be shown in the Memorial Art Gallery of the University of Rochester, New York, from October 12 2019 through to January 19, 2020. Details of the exhibition are to be confirmed, but collections of a range of Mucha’s works will likely be on display.
Mucha Museum (Muchovo muzeum), Panská 7, Praha 1 – Nové Město, 11000
The Collection of Prints and Drawings, Veletržní palác, National Gallery in Prague, Dukelských hrdinů 47, Praha 7
There are also two permanent exhibitions, in Prague, that include Mucha’s works. These are housed in the Mucha Museum, run by the Mucha Foundation, and the National Gallery in Prague amongst a large collections of prints and drawings.
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