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Visiting Museum of Modern Art Dubrovnik

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The Museum of Modern Art is located in Dubrovnik, which was founded in 1945. Today the museum is located in the Palace of Cerva-Pozza in the Pile area. Actually, the building that became a museum of contemporary and modern art has been found since 1948. In the past, this museum was the home of a wealthy and respectable family, Dubrovnik ship owner Bozo Banac.

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Seeing Amazing Modern Art: Museum of Modern Art Tickets and Exhibition

Seeing Amazing Modern Art: Museum of Modern Art Tickets and Exhibition

1. Oceans. Imagining A Sleep Woraleview

1. Oceans. Imagining A Sleep Woraleview

This is an amazing ocean theme exhibition. This is an experiment to show the scenery of the ocean world. You can see the ocean in a different way. The world you live in is only a small part of the universe. Marine life is not tied to anything on land. This exhibition reflects water and ebb flow because of many things. This is a creative thing in the future because of the beautiful oceanic movement. This view comes from other continents so you can see the stunning island.

2. Thyssen Bornemisza Art Contemporary

2. Thyssen Bornemisza Art Contemporary

This is an art foundation that was established in 2002. This foundation values the heritage of institutions and practices that are very different from other institutions. The foundation also maintains family heritage and displays a collection of beautiful contemporary art from around the world. You will be amazed by the collection presented by this foundation.

3. Susanne M. Winterling: Glistening Troubles, 2017

3. Susanne M. Winterling: Glistening Troubles, 2017

This work is a title taken from a play on words. Artists want to understand that human history is a trajectory that displays microbial origin, myths, sea crossings that have an exchange system, and waves. This is an exhibition that shows the process of all these things. History has several processes of material change and cultural adaptation. This exhibition also displays the framework of work with a combination of various poles such as the ocean with various living things, humans who live on land, our bodies, roots, routes, poetry, science, history, and so on.

4. Ivona Vlasic: Line of the Canceled Horizon

4. Ivona Vlasic: Line of the Canceled Horizon

This exhibition is very interesting because it does not only show something that is visible but it is related to all aspects of life. All these idioms were successfully displayed in this exhibition. The Horizon Line provides broad insight. Life, death, and horizon are things that are exposed at this exhibition. What cannot be seen and heard converges into a physical form that vibrates your feelings?

5. Ivona Vlasic: I Am Ashamed, 2017

5. Ivona Vlasic: I Am Ashamed, 2017

Ivona was born in 1968 in Dubrovnik. This painter has already studied painting at a famous institution. Ivano shows expressions derived from multimedia. Ivona is a member of several well-known artist organizations in the country. Ivona has shown amazing works by displaying solo exhibitions in Croatia and other countries.

6. Ivona Vlasic: Horizons Series, 2012

6. Ivona Vlasic: Horizons Series, 2012

Maybe you only look from one side, but you don't know what's behind it is surprising. This painting shows all the horizon lines that join that the earth is part of the universe that holds many secrets. You can decide whether you can see a clear line between these limits. You have to see something from a close angle so that it can open your eyes. This artist's work involves the metaphysical realm because there are many things that cannot be seen by your eyes. You can only feel and listen to it like the voice and feelings of others who emanate from his soul.

7. Luksa Peko: Terra Incognita

7. Luksa Peko: Terra Incognita

This is a Latin name which means an ancient assumption about an incomplete world. These assumptions are groundless so that this raises many ways to realize fantasy and speculation. This painter uses bright colors in parts such as red and blue. Dark blue shows hot areas on the equator because humans cannot live in the area.

8. Ahmet Ertug: Vanishing Point

8. Ahmet Ertug: Vanishing Point

Vanishing points have several meanings. This is the point when parallel lines are seen in the meeting and shown by a linear perspective. This also means the point when something disappears. This is an exhibition displayed by a famous photographer from Turkey. This is one of the most anticipated exhibits by many people. Ahmet's photo has strong energy. This has a meditation effect that makes people interested in seeing this exhibition. Ahmet uses a classic camera with different results from modern cameras. The monumental building tells a long history. This is like a series of prayers shown by all humanity. The photo shows an interesting and storytelling scene all the time without end. This photo shows the knowledge stored by humanity. All the light that appears from the beginning to death feels perfect in the photo.

Museum of Modern Art Dubrovnik Tips and Tricks

How to Get Tickets?

You can enjoy the artwork in this museum by buying the Museum of modern art tickets. You can visit the museum's website and call the telephone number listed on the website to get a ticket. Tickets for adults are 15 HRK.

How To Get Around?

You only need to walk to see the beautiful artwork in this museum. Even you can surround the building with magnificent ancient architecture. You will not feel tired because this museum has many interesting angles.

What Should I Wear?

You can wear clothes that make you happy and comfortable. You can follow your mood to determine your outfit on that day. Usually, our feelings are reflected in the colors we choose. Casual and fashionable clothing can be the best choice for you when you visit this museum. You don't need to wear clothes that are too formal because comfort is the main focus.

Museum of Modern Art Dubrovnik Facts

Best Time to Visit

The museum is open Tuesday to Sunday 09.00-20.00. On Monday, this place is closed so you can choose the time you like the other day. You can choose day or night to visit this museum.

Currency

Croatian Kuna

Will I Need a Guide?

Actually, all the artwork in this museum has a brief explanation so you don't need a guide but you can also hire a guide to explain more detailed things about this museum.

How To Get There?

This museum is located outside the Old City so you only need to walk for 12 minutes to reach this museum. You can ride vehicles such as motorbikes, cars, and bicycles to visit this place.

Additional Info

Dubrovnik has many other interesting museums so you can buy tickets from the agency to visit other museums in the city. You don't need to think long to see the beauty. Call the travel agency and buying Museum of modern art tickets.