This year’s exhibition in Brtnice is dedicated to the relationship between JosefHoffmann and Koloman Moser, who died 100 years ago this year, and juxtaposes designs by these two protagonists of the Wiener
Werkstätte.Curator: Rainald Franz, Curator, MAK Glass and Ceramics Collection
ExhibitionJosef Hoffmann Museum, Brtnice, CZ
JOSEF HOFFMANN—KOLOMAN MOSER
On the Use and Effect of Architecture
Wed, 30.05.2018–Sun, 28.10.2018
Josef Hoffmann Museum, Brtnice, Czech Republic
The exhibition is realized thanks to financial support provided by the European Regional Development Fund and by the state
budget of the Czech Republic and is part of the project “Bilaterale Designnetzwerke.”
The exhibition is held under the patronage of the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Austria.
Josef Hoffmann Museumnáměstí Svobody 263588 32 BrtniceCzech RepublicT +420 724 543 722
Opening HoursJune/September/October:Tue–Sun 10 a.m.–5 p.m.July/August:open daily 10 a.m.–5 p.m.Last at 4 p.m.
AdmissionCZK 40 / reduced CZK 20
Contact MAKRainald FranzT + 43 1 711 36-220A joint branch of the Moravian Gallery in Brno and the MAK, Vienna.
How to get there from ViennaTake the “Donauufer” highway A22/E49/E59 and continue on the B303 towards Hollabrunn/Znojmo/Prague, pass Hollabrunn and continue
to the border crossing Kleinhaugsdorf/Znojmo; in Czechia, take the 38/E59 via Znojmo and Moravske Budejovice to Stonarov where
you turn off onto the 402; continue for three kilometers before turning off onto the 403; you will reach the center of Brtnice
after 4 kilometers.