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Salon of the Museum of Contemporary Art

14 Pariska St., Belgrade
Working hours: from 12:00 to 20:00, except Tuesdays
Admission is free of charge

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Gallery-Legacy of Milica Zorić & Rodoljub Čolaković

2 Rodoljuba Čolakovića St, Belgrade
Working hours: from 12:00 to 20:00, except Tuesdays
Admission is free of charge

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Gallery of Petar Dobrović

36/IV Kralja Petra St., Belgrade
Working hours: Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, from 10:00 to 17:00
Admission is free of charge

Collections and legacies

























The Foundation of doctor Nadežda and Lazar Ristić
The legacy of well-known Belgrade art lovers and collectors, the Ristić couple, consists of 32 paintings by 20th-century Yugoslav artists. The complete legacy consisted of 55 works, of which 32 went to the Museum of Contemporary Art, and the rest to the National Museum in Belgrade.

The Legacy of Marko, Ševa and Mara Ristić
The legacy is comprised of the visual production of Belgrade surrealists (1926-1939) and includes 78 works of art (drawings, collages, assemblages and group works) from the legacy of Marko Ristić. The most distinguished works in the legacy are a painting by Max Ernst, as well as drawings by Yves Tanguy and Andre Masson, which belong to a special work from the cabinet of Marko Ristić, the “Surrealist Wall”. The legacy was presented to the general public by the exhibition (and the catalogue) at the Museum in 1993/94.

The Legacy of Rastislava Tabaković
The legacy counts 413 works of art (oils, watercolors, gouaches, collages, drawings) by Ivan Tabaković (1898-1977), which his spouse gave away to the city of Belgrade. The legacy was given to the Museum of Contemporary to take expert care of it. The legacy was presented to the general public by the exhibition (and the catalogue) at the Museum of Contemporary Art in 1985.

The Legacy of Ana Čolak Antić
The legacy which the spouse of Leonid Šejka (1932-1970) left to the Museum contains 205 works (paintings, objects, drawings, graphics), 367 unfinished drawings and sketches, 14 sheets with text and drawings, 2 notebooks with the text by Leonid Šejka, as well as numerous photographs and objects from the artist’s life. The legacy was first presented to the general public by the exhibition (and the catalogue) at the Museum of Contemporary Art in 1977, and then again in 1998.

The Legacy of Zlata and Vasko Pregelj
The legacy consists of 52 paintings (oil and tempera on canvas and pressed sawdust), 22 gouaches and 123 graphic sheets (linotypes, wood carvings, litographs) from the opus of the well-known Slovenian painter Mario Pregelj (1913-1967). A part of the legacy, the graphic opus of the artist from 1953 to 1967, was presented by the exhibition (and the catalogue) in the Gallery-Legacy of Milica Zorić i Rodoljub Čolaković in 1988.

The Legacy of Vane Živadinović Bor 
The artist left the legacy that contains 46 works (paintings, drawings, collages, photographs) to the Museum in 1990. The legacy was presented to the general public by the exhibition (and the catalogue) at the Museum of Contemporary Art in 1990.

The Legacy of Miodrag B. Protić 
The legacy is comprised of 10 paintings, 10 pastels and oils on paper, and 10 watercolors that the well-known artist and the founder of the Museum of Contemporary Artartist gave away in 1994. The legacy was presented to the general public by the exhibition (and the catalogue) at the Museum of Contemporary Art in 1994.

The Legacy of Ksenija Divjak
The legacy consists of 40 paintings, 11 watercolors, 7 pastels and 8 drawings that the well-known artist gave away to the Museum. The legacy was presented to the general public within the retrospective exhibition of Ksenija Divjak at the Museum of Contemporary Art in 1995.

The Legacy of Milan Dedinac and Radmila Bunuševac-Dedinac
The legacy was left to the Museum of Contemporary Art by Radmila Bunuševac-Dedinac in 2002. It is comprised of 40 works of art from the 20th century, of which there are 8 works of applied art, one is a graphic work from the 18th century, and a museum exhibit from the history of nature. The legacy was presented to the general public by the exhibition held in 2004, when the catalogue of the works from the legacy was published too.

The Legacy of Ksenija Ilijević
The legacy features 7 drawings, 2 pastels and 11 watercolors.