Museum of Contemporary Art

Muzej savremene umetnosti

The building of the Museum of Contemporary Art is located in New Belgrade, on the left bank of Sava, opposite Belgrade fortress. With its distinctive concept of interior and exterior bonding of an original architectural solution which meets the basic museological standards and ranks among the interesting examples of museum architecture in the world. The building is surrounded by a sculpture park with works of the most important Yugoslav sculptor 20th century.

Museum building was declared for the "cultural property" 1987th year and subject to appropriate protection of the Institute for the Protection of Cultural Monuments of Belgrade.

The collection of the Musem began to form around the time of the establishing of Modern Gallery and by the time of the opening of Museum it counted 3.500 works of art. Today the fund consits of 7.600 works and represents the most relevant collection of art from the Yugoslav art space, which existed from 1900 to 1991. Today, the policy of the Museum of Contemporary Art is based on the observation? of contemporary art in Serbia, the Balkan region, and, as much as it is possible, in Europe and worldwide. The museum supplements its collections by purchasing from artists (either from current exhibitions or from studios), and through gifts and legacies.

The Collection of the Museum is divided into several subcollections:

- Collection of Paintings from 1900 to 1945

- Collection of Paintings after 1945

- Collection of Sculptures

- Collection of Prints and Drawings

- Collection of New Art Media (photography, film, video etc.)

Text source:
Foto source:

Exhibitions and events

We don't have anything to show you here.

Educational programs

We don't have anything to show you here.


We don't have anything to show you here.

Suggested Content