“Exceptional and meticulously curated, this important show reassesses Mucha’s contribution as an important pedagogue, theorist, artist and designer, whose influence remains with us today.”
- The Times
The Mucha Foundation conceives, curates and manages a range of touring exhibitions based around the works in the Mucha Trust Collection. We partner with Museums and Galleries worldwide to promote the work of Alphonse Mucha. We are delighted to receive enquiries from Museum directors and curators about our collection, the range of touring exhibitions we offer and the possibility of cooperating in or lending to solo or group exhibitions.
The Mucha Trust Collection is the largest and most comprehensive collection of works by Alphonse Mucha in the world. The collection consists of approximately 3,000 works of art, 4,000 photographs and an extensive written archive.
Mucha continues to attract visitors of all ages from across the world and our exhibitions have proved extremely popular. Below are some examples of exhibitions organised in partnership with leading Museums and Galleries.
Visitor numbers per venue:
|Grand Palais Immersif, Paris||Mar - Nov 2023||162,000|
|Kunstmuseum Den Haag, The Hague||Feb - Aug 2022||177,000|
|Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall, Taipei||Dec 2021 - April 2022||113,000|
|Centro Cultural FIESP, Sao Paulo||Sept - Dec 2019||111,000|
|Bunkamura Museum, Tokyo||July - Sept 2019||191,000|
|Musée du Luxembourg, Paris||Sept 2018 - Jan 2019||342,000|
|Mori Arts Center Gallery, Tokyo||March - May 2013||283,000|
|Hangaram Art Museum, Seoul||July - Sept 2013||120,000|
|Museum of Fine Arts, Kaohsiung||Sept 2011 - Feb 2012||135,000|
|National Palace Museum, Taipei||Jun – Sept 2011||145,000|
|Kunsthalle Hypo Kulturstiftung Munich||Oct 2009 – Jan 2010||127,000|
|Musee Fabre, Montpellier||Jun – Sept 2009||100,000|
|Belvedere Vienna||Feb – Jun 2009||100,000|
|CaixaForum Barcelona||Sept 2008 - Jan 2009||182,000|
|CaixaForum Madrid||Apr – Aug 2008||357,000|
|Tokyo Metropolitan Museum||Jan – Mar 2005||250,000|
|Kunsthal Rotterdam||Jan – May 2004||130,000|