MOMAD Museum of Modern Art Dubrovnik
A home to many great exhibitions. Check their website, they host some pretty famous artists; especially in the high season.
Contemporary art. If you are interested in work of the local painters, sculptors and other artists (and Dubrovnik art scene is very active and high quality) and also artists from whole Croatia and from abroad in past 120 years, this is right place for you. Gallery is situated just above Banje Beach…
Spread over three floors this excellent gallery showcases Croatian artist.
This 1930s mansion just outside the Old Town at Ploče is the place to see an extensive collection of Croatian modern paintings and sculpture which encompasses almost all important artists since the beginning of the 20th century. Open 09:00 - 20:00. Closed Mon.
The museum building itself is an architectural piece of art, with one of the most beautiful terrace views in Dubrovnik. The permanent collection features numerous works of Croatian artist Vlaho Bukovac and Mato Celestin Medovic. PRICE: 120 KN 9AM- 20 PM
In the lobby of the Dubrovnik MOMA you can find all sorts of designer things; beautiful Croatian traditional things with a modern twist: Some brands can only be found here!
Dubrovnik Galerija Umjetnicka a mix a contemporary and classic some very quality exhibitions worth a visit (there is an admission fee) link ugdubrovnik
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