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Alphonse Mucha tickets on sale from Monday!

15 March 2017 by Felicity

Gismonda, 1894 © Mucha Trust 2017

Save the date! Tickets for the Walker Art Gallery’s upcoming Alphonse Mucha: In Quest of Beauty exhibition are to go on sale online from Monday, 20 March. We couldn’t be more excited about this exhibition, which will showcase more than 100 works by Mucha, who is renowned for his iconic poster designs epitomising the Art Nouveau movement. The exhibition runs from 16 June to 29 October 2017.

Czech-born Alphonse Mucha (1860 – 1939) is recognised as one of the most prominent artists of the Art Nouveau movement, and this major touring exhibition from the Mucha Foundation explores the work of the artist around the theme of beauty; the core principle underlying his artistic philosophy.

With works primarily drawn from the Mucha Trust collection, the exhibition will include drawings, paintings, photographs, a rare Mucha sculpture, and some of the artist’s most celebrated poster designs synonymous with the Art Nouveau style of the end of the 19th century, including Gismonda; the artist’s first poster design promoting the actress Sarah Bernhardt.

A number of key ‘aesthetic’ and Art Nouveau works from National Museum Liverpool’s own collections will also feature within the exhibition as well as a selection of sculptures by Auguste Rodin (1840-1917), a friend of Mucha’s.

Tickets for Alphonse Mucha: In Quest of Beauty are available to purchase in advance online from Monday 20 March 2017, priced at £7 for adults and £5 for concessions.

The exhibition is free to anyone aged 18 and under and discounted tickets are available for existing members of National Museums Liverpool and other selected groups.

New members joining National Museums Liverpool from 13 March until 29 October 2017 will receive free entry to the exhibition.

For further information, and to purchase tickets or become a member, visit: www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/mucha

  1. Ray Perry says:

    Queries rather than comments –

    will the tickets be dated or can they be used anytime ?
    is there any concession for seniors / OAP ‘s ?
    are there any postcards etc. of Olympia by Uli Nimptsch ?

    • Felicity says:

      Hi Ray

      When purchasing tickets online, you’ll need to select a day to visit, but the tickets are not time specific (there are no time slots). When purchasing in the Gallery, your ticket will be valid on the day of purchase. You can go in and out of the exhibition as often as you like on that day.

      Tickets are priced at the reduced rate of £5 for over 60s.

      Unfortunately we don’t have any postcards of that particular sculpture. Sorry about that!

      Best wishes

      Felicity

  2. Alex says:

    Hi. The website is asking me for membership number. Without it I can’t proceed. Does it mean that I can’t buy tickets without buying a membership?

    • Felicity says:

      Hi Alex
      You should definitely still be able to proceed, without including a membership number. Hopefully you have it sorted now, but let me know if not!
      Best wishes
      Felicity

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