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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
I really enjoyed this visit. The building is really great and the art nicely exhibited, unpretentious arrangements with everything given plenty of space. the building as others have said is a real oasis on a stifling hot day. Within minutes walk from the old city...More
I went there to see the beautiful exhibition of the Dubrovnik born-Zagreb based artist Anabel Zanze. What fantastic experience: beautiful exhibition place, fantastic paintings from contemporary Croatia; wonderful terrace facing Lokrum (a dream!), beautiful architecture and very hospitable people working there. I can only say...More
As we had a Dubrovnik card which included free entry we decided on a visit to this museum as we usually enjoy modern art. It is a lovely building (a bit further out of the old town than the map suggests), we were not sure...More
Spread over three floors, this is a lovely building but that's it. The first floor had some paintings from the early 20th century but then there were two floors devoted to a local "artist" Anabel Zanze. Her art is simply words, in chosen type face...More
I was a bit wary of visiting this museum after noting that all of its reviewers extolled the views and building and barely commented on the art. I can see why now. There are some lovely permanent pieces (which are not modern), and the rest...More
A little out of the way but cool and airy and has an amazing range of paintings and sculptures- it was an oasis in a hot and crowded August Dubrovnik and woefully undervisited by all appearances. Has a fantastic terrace with beautiful views of the...More