HOME TO NEDBALKA GALLERY
There are numerous astounding streets in Bratislava that will take your breath away. One street is particularly notorious and is simply named Umbrella Street. The name gives everything away; however, it is lesser known that the street is home to a unique venue for events, called Nedbalka Gallery.
If you are searching for a truly unique venue in Bratislava, the Nedbalka Gallery is one of the city’s finest. This year’s mesmerising installation was organised by the world-renowned Nedbalka Gallery. With the easing of restrictions, walking into the gallery in the upcoming summer will be a special experience, while a reception or an event organised amidst priceless artworks will undoubtedly be an unforgettable experience for visitors.
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The Nedbalka Gallery offers exclusive premises for rent in the city centre, including a unique backdrop for various events from receptions, lectures, seminars, conferences, concerts and press conferences all the way to photo and commercial shootings. The ground floor has an area of 176 square metres, with a capacity for 150 people standing and 100 people seated. The Gallery Cafe has an area of 47 square metres (main room) and an additional 21 square metres (lounge), with a seating capacity for 25 people and a standing capacity for 50 people. Before the pandemic, the gallery had hosted numerous events linked to art – one of their special events was hosted by the world-renowned brand Chanel.
Although the gallery focuses predominantly on paintings, the collection also attracts countless visitors to see renowned sculpture and print works. They present the works through both permanent and temporary exhibitions, as well as monographs and exhibition catalogues. The gallery was founded in October 2012 as a private and non-profit organisation by art lovers and philanthropists P. Paško and A. Baroška.
The gallery displays artworks of Slovak modern art, therefore linking the whole concept to localism, making it a crucial part of Slovak history. The façade of the Nedbalka Gallery building conceals an impressive interior, with the structure resembling the Guggenheim Museum in New York.