This is a high-class gallery. In my opinion there have been much better exhibitions in Rudolfinum than any other gallery in Prague. I’ll mention Gottfried Helnwein – Angels Sleeping and Gregory Crewdson which were really some of the best contemporary art exhibitions I have ever seen.
The gallery is located in one of Prague’s most beautiful buildings – Rudolfinum. It is a Neo-Renaissance concert hall opened in 1885 as a multifunctional cultural institution. The construction was organized by Ceská sporitelna (one of the main banks in Czech Republic) on the occasion of its 50th anniversary.
When walking by you will definitely be offered concert tickets by the street vendors. I must say that concerts of the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra in Rudolfinum are a great cultural experience as well.
As for the actual exhibitions, visit the gallery’s website to see what is on. At this moment “Ana Mendieta: Traces” can be seen until January 4.