Centre for Modern Arts

Centar savremene umjetnosti Crne Gore

The Centre for Modern Arts was established in 1995 by integrating two institutions of culture: the National Cultural Centre and the Gallery of the Non-Aligned Countries “Josip Broz Tito”.

It is housed in Kruševac, an edifice built in late 19th century. The central building of the complex is the once residence of the Duke Mirko Petrović Njegoš, known as the Palace of the Petrović.

The permanent display of the gallery includes around 1,000 items originating from some 60 countries of the world, from Europe, Asia, Africa and Latin America, as well as a collection of Yugoslav and Montenegrin artists. The oldest items date from 7th century BC, and the newest from the last decades of the 20th century. Apart from works of fine arts, there are also

works of applied arts and ethnography, adding variety to the display.

Alongside the Palace there is also the gallery Perjanički dom (House of King’s Guard), where thematic exhibitions, book promotions, literary nights, symposiums, and classical music concerts are organised occasionally.

Occasional artistic projects of contemporary artists are open to the public in the Gallery Centar, also located in Podgorica.

Text source: http://www.csucg.co.me/onama/; http://www.see-heritage.org/Museums_of_Montenegro.pdf
Foto source: http://www.csucg.co.me/onama/

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