Danubiana – Museum of Modern Art

Date: July 8, 2015
Time: 9:00-12:00
Duration: 3 hours

Price: 32 €
Price includes: Admissions, English speaking guide, transportation

Less than 15 kilometres south of the centre of Bratislava, on the edge of a peninsula where the mighty Danube flows, is situated one of the youngest museums of modern art in Europe - Danubiana.
The framework of its impressive architecture is formed by its unusual location on the borders of three neighbouring countries, Slovakia, Austria and Hungary, but above all by the superb contrast of the wide expanse of water, open air and the endless banks of a dam.
Shows by leading international artists are alternated in the great hall on the first floor. On the ground floor there is a gallery of contemporary art  and a place for smaller scale exhibitions, The complex is completed by an art shop with a wide selection of catalogues, art publications, postcards, souvenirs, and the cosy Art Café, which extends beyond the gallery and allows visitors to sit right on the bank of the Danube. A newly set up park provides the possibility for presenting sculpture work. This reaches new dimensions against the backdrop of verdure, the expanse of water and the panorama of the distant city. On the threshold of the third millennium, this peninsula of art is awaiting your visit, offering a unique symbiosis of works of art, modern architecture and nature.