The Moravian Gallery in Brno is a museum of art and design. Its collections include over 200 thousand artistic works which the Museum presents as part of both temporary and long-term exhibitions. The sheer number of its collection items makes it the second largest institution of its kind in the Czech Republic. It focuses on art and design from the Middle Ages until the present day. The Moravian Gallery is housed in six buildings. The building of the Museum of Applied Arts in Brno presents the long-term exhibition ART DESIGN FASHION which focuses on design and fashion, and explores the connections between art and design.
The Moravian Gallery in Brno
Designblok, Prague International Design Festival
Jan Press, Director of The Moravian Gallery in Brno;
Jana Zielinski, Director of the Designblok festival;
Jiří Macek, Creative Director of the Designblok festival
Danica Kovářová, Eva Slunečková
Exhibition concept and design, author cooperation:
Exhibition design and architecture:
Vítězslav Danda, edit! architects
Lukáš Kijonka (TIMES NEW REALISM,T*H)
Webdesign and development:
● Triennale Milano, viale Alemagna 6, Milano
(17–23 April 2023)
● Designblok, Prague International Design Festival
(3–15 October 2023)
● Museum of Applied Arts of The Moravian Gallery in Brno
(17 November 2023 – 31 August 2024)
Main media partner:
Aktuálně.cz, Deník N, Dolce Vita, Hospodářské noviny
The “Made by Fire” project was made possible by the support of the
President of the Czech Republic, General (Retired) Ing. Petr Pavel, M.A.
Prime Minister of the Czech Republic, Mr. Petr Fiala, the Minister of Culture of the Czech Republic, Mr. Martin Baxa, and the Minister of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic, Mr. Jozef Síkela.
The Made by Fire exhibition commemorates the 150th anniversary of the founding of The Museum of Applied Arts of The Moravian Gallery in Brno.
The exhibition and publications are realized as part of the project „Made by Fire,“ project number 0215000060, with the financial support of the Ministry of Culture from the National Recovery Plan’s Mobility II program.