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Museum of Modern Art, Dubrovnik
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This is a short walk out of the old town, with some lovely views. The museum is in a house built in the 1930s by a shipping magnate, and the architecture is wonderful. A variety of Croatian art is dis... read more »
A great stop for a day exploring the old city. While the museum is a short walk outside the city walls it has some awesome local art and really stunning views of the city. A great experience and fabul... read more »
Il faut sortir de la ville close archi fréquentée et marcher 300 mètres pour se rendre dans ce beau musée, frais, lumineux, qui offre deux panoramas : l'un sur les artistes modernes et contemporains c... read more »Get out of the crowded archi closed city and walk 300 meters to go in this beautiful Museum, fresh, bright, which offers two views: one on the modern and contemporary artists Croatian (which we see that rarely works elsewhere), close the other on the beach and the city from the terrace of the sculptures. The first floor is dedicated to the Croatian masters of the beginning of the 20th century, including a dozen of portraits painted by Vlaho Bukovac, Medovic, Sulentic, Rasica, Ignjat Job landscapes... We then discover more contemporary artists, like a "blue nude" Pulitika 1978 or this beautiful area of Oton Gliha in 1962's "Dry Rocks Fences"... But during the summer 2016, is the exhibition "Dubrovnik" who really the attention, with representations of the city or its surroundings by a rich range of artists, including Edo Murtic, Ivo Dulcic with the wonderful "Barjaci SV Vlaha" of 1970, usually exposed to Zagreb, Antun Masle, or the "Dalien" Milosavljevic, Tomislav Gusic and the very current "Grad". Different pictorial styles and sensibilities that offer quirky and different on Dubrovnik. An excellent complement to the visit of the closed city in situ. As the Museum is a little out of the way and little valued by the tourist office, there is very little frequented and one can admire the paintings without any rush. In addition, the host is nice, which is not the case in other cultural places in the city.show original
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