A showcase of 107 paintings from the collection of the National Gallery in Prague has opened at the National Museum of Contemporary Art in Seoul, South Korea on Thursday. The exhibit entitled 'Memory of Landscape I have never seen’ presents works by 28 Czech artists from the period of 1895 to 1943. This is one of the largest presentations of Czech modernist paintings abroad. The ministers of culture and directors of the Czech and Korean museums were present at the opening ceremony.
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