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The Museum of Modern Art Dubrovnik was founded in 1945 and is housed inside the prestigious palace built in 1939 by Dubrovnik ship-owner Božo Banac. It was designed by prominent Croatian architects Lavoslav Horvat and Harold Bilinić. The Museum also...more
All reviews beautiful building permanent collection special exhibition amazing sculptures exhibitions change large terrace old town ploce gate entrance fee galleries painters views statues explanation admission heat sea
The first floor gives a survey of Croatian painting indoors but, like another reviewer, it was the sculpture outside that I really enjoyed - and the wonderful view.
But the special Tomo Gusic exhibition on the second and third floors was a revelation.
We chose to walk here from the centre of town along the coast road. This was enjoyable in its own right.
The gallery and exhibition space was smaller than I was expecting, but definitely worth the walk. The exhibition space is large cool and airy,...More
Included in the 120kn museum pass ticket, great place! 3 floors mansion beautifully renovated with a gorgeous view. Permanent and temporary exhibition were colorfull and interesting. Staff made even a little English explanation because local artist exhibition, on the second floor, is only in croatian,...More
Reminiscent of the Peggy Guggenheim museum in Venice this is a gallery set in a beautiful building with wide sweeping spaces.
The statues outside are particularly pleasing and well placed on a terrace overlooking the sea.
There are many fantastic Czech painters and this is...More
This palace is incredible, worth checking out for sure. However the art is not in the category of modern overall.. maybe 2-3 pieces are but what is on display is ocean, waves, sunsets with no emotion, no depth. They are straight forward and boring. So...More
I spent a peaceful and interesting afternoon wandering round this lovely museum. The building itself is very gracious and classical (although not as old as it looks!) with beautiful views from the verandah. I know nothing of Croatian art but there was plenty of information...More
This museum is part of Dubrovnik Card but I would have visited anyway. It is only a short walk from Ploc gate and in a lovely building with large terrace with great views and interesting sculptures.
I found the first floor to be most interesting...More
One of the best places to visit in Dubrovnik! The museum has a really interesting permanent collection of the croatian artists and temporary exhibitions by international artists, in my case, I had the honour to visit the exhibition by Ahmet Ertuğ, and it is really...More