Robert Guttmann Gallery
Named after the well-known Prague naive painter Robert Guttmann (1880-1942), the gallery was opened in 2001
The venue covers an area of 80 square metres and meets all the requirements of a modern gallery. The use of high-quality adjustable window shades and a double-door entrance makes it possible to fully control the temperature and humidity of the room, thus creating ideal conditions for the display of even the most sensitive of materials (parchments, old printed books, historic textiles). The use of quality low-energy lighting and the possibility of regulating the intensity and angle of light make it possible to display historic materials that are extremely sensitive to light.
The gallery presents temporary exhibitions of items from the museum's collections and displays that focus on Jewish life, the persecution of Bohemian and Moravian Jews during the Second World War, Jewish monuments in the Czech Republic, and the Jewish presence in contemporary visual art.
- Included in the Tours of the Jewish Museum and Prague Jewish Town
- Combination ticket for the Gallery and the Spanish Synagogue
- Ticket for the Gallery
- Disabled access: yes (access from the JMP administrative building)
Where to find us
entry U Staré školy 3, 110 00 Praha 1