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Museum of Contemporary Art
Ušće 10, blok 15, Belgrade

Summer working hours:
Wednesday - Monday: 12:00-20:00
Saturday: 12:00-21:00
The Museum is closed to the public on Tuesday.

Ticket price: 300 rsd
Group ticket price (10 people or more): 200 rsd
Students of universities, high schools and elementary schools, pensioners, holders of EYCA, City Card and City Pass: 150 rsd

Free admission:
Visitors with disabilities, pregnant individuals, children under the age of 7, students and professors of art history, architecture, fine and applied arts faculties, journalists, employees from related cultural institutions, members of ICOM, AICA, IKT, ULUS, ULUPUDS and other professional associations.

Information about group visits and tours is available on 063-862-3129 and

All discounts are realized by presenting valid ID at the Museum till.
Entrance to the Museum is free every Wednesday


Salon of the Museum of Contemporary Art
14 Pariska St., Belgrade

The Salon of the MoCAB is closed due to ongoing renovations.


Gallery-Legacy of Milica Zorić & Rodoljub Čolaković

2 Rodoljuba Čolakovića St, Belgrade

Summer working hours: 14:00-21:00
The Legacy is closed to the public on Tuesday.
Entrance to the Legacy is free of charge.

History of The Centre for Visual Culture

The activities of the Centre comprised six different platforms:

1. Research in the field of visual culture and museum education
Through investigation of issues pertaining to visual culture, the Centre offered the possibility of education by means of the relational sequence seen-linked-marked-comprehended. The results of investigations were presented by way of lectures establishing mutual relations between various facts from the realm of fine arts and the visible world.      

2. Seminars in the Museum
The Centre organised three parallel courses per year:
The first course, entitled An Introduction to Visual Culture, was led by Kosta Bogdanović.
The second course was meant to deal with new phenomena in art, and was led by Jadranka Vinterhalter.
The third course involved presentation of films, analyses of film and video art, as well as presentations of artists, and was led by Jasna Tijardović.
The Centre also organised short retrospectives of video works by Yugoslav artists such as Marina Abramović, Sanja Iveković, Dalibor Martinis, Goran Trbuljak, etc.

3. Public guided tours through exhibitions and the permanent display of the Museum collection
The Centre regularly informed schools and faculties from Belgrade and the countryside, by means of circular letters and brief guides, about the exhibitions organised by the Museum and other activities of the Museum.
In the course of guided tours through the Museum’s permanent display or the current exhibition, conducted by experts, attention was paid to the methodology applied, that is, care was taken that the approach and the interpretations should be adjusted to a particular group of visitors, e.g. pupils.   

4. Cooperation with schools and faculties
From 1975 onward, cooperation was maintained with the Department of Art History of the Faculty of Philosophy of Belgrade University. Every year, a two-week practice course on museology and preservation of cultural monuments was organised for students of art history.

5. The Museum’s faculty department
The Museum’s faculty department meant lectures delivered by renowned Yugoslav and world experts in the sphere of art theory and history. The department comprised three cycles of lectures:
  • the first one was dedicated to the problem of relations between art and society, and was aimed at art historians, critics and a small circle of connoisseurs of contemporary art,
  • the second cycle dealt with the history of Yugoslav art since the year 1900, and was aimed at pupils and students,
  • the third popular cycle, dealing with the theme of “Approach to Contemporary Art”, was aimed at the broadest circle of art lovers, especially the young.
The lecturers at the Museum’s faculty department, among others, included Ljuba Gligorijević, Tomaž Brejc, Jure Mikuž, Želimir Koščević, Boris Podreka, Marko Pogačnik, Max Imdahl, George Maciunas and Art & Language.

6. Cooperation with other institutions such as factories and public companies
In the course of the 1970’s, this form of cooperation was pursued in a very active manner, by organising thematic exhibitions in public companies, factories and work organisations.

History of The Centre for Visual Culture
History of The Centre for Visual Culture
History of The Centre for Visual Culture
History of The Centre for Visual Culture
History of The Centre for Visual Culture