GASK – the Gallery of the Central Bohemian Region - is a regional institution focused on art of the 20th and 21 century. It was founded in 1963. Between 1990 and 2009 it was called the Czech Museum of Fine Arts; it became Gallery of the Central Bohemian Region in May 2009.It represents a new stage in the transformation of the original regional institution, which during the past decades has changed its name and registered address GASK has its main building in one of the chief landmarks of the town of Kutná Hora: the large complex of the Jesuit College, and is thus the sekond largest gallery in the Czech Republic. GASK represents a standard type of cultural institution operated by a regional government. It contributes not only to the decentralisation of culture, but also to wider social and civic life.
Adults 120 CZK
Family 180 CZK
Seniors, handicapped (ZTP card holders),students under 26 years 50% discount
Children under 12 years
Art school students
Adult 800 CZK
Retired, handicapped, students (until 26 years of age) - 50% discount
40 CZK / 1 hour - free for holders of the ticket for all exhibitions
A combined ticket for GASK, the Ossuary, St. Barbara’s Cathedral, Church of the Assumption of Our Lady
Adults retired 185 CZK
Children, students 115 CZK
The uniquely designed GASKshop can be found on the first floor of the Jesuit College in Kutná Hora. Its concept is based on the presentation of young Czech designers. Fashionpoint is an integral part of GASKshop - presently showcasing the creations of three Czech fashion designers: Denisa Nová, Hana Zárubová a Zdeňka Imreczeová.
Vážení návštěvníci, srdečně Vás zveme do noční Jezuitské koleje, a to hned dvakrát. Poprvé to bude ve středu 15/5/2013 na Noc Literatury a podruhé hned v pátek 17/5/2013 na Muzejní noc.
Vážení návštěvníci, předem časem jsme avizovali, že výstavu IVAN SOBOTKA zásadně obměníme a prodloužíme do 30.
Currently in GASK
Collection 1 2 3
Principle nr. 105 - Tomáš Vaněk
For Jesuit College, where is situated the exhibition Collection 1,2,3, and Emil Filla: archive of the artist, I used binaural microphones for recording the situation and creating a space for listening. Places are numbered, there are mp3 players easy to use, headphones and short instructions on how to listen to them. Binaural recordings have a specific spatial quality, which creates the impression that what is being listened just now is happening in a given space. So, any visitor can "experience" situations, which is not really typical for gallery spaces.
Motorcycle in GASK
Horse in GASK
Designed for listening with headphones