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Museum of Contemporary Art
Ušće 10, blok 15, Belgrade

Working hours:
12:00 - 20:00
The Museum is closed to the public on Tuesday.

Ticket price: 500 rsd
Students of universities, high schools and elementary schools, pensioners, holders of EYCA, City Card and City Pass: 250 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

Working hours: 12:00 - 20:00 The Salon is closed to the public on Tuesday. Entrance to the Salon is free of charge.


Gallery-Legacy of Milica Zorić & Rodoljub Čolaković

2 Rodoljuba Čolakovića St, Belgrade

Working hours: 12:00 - 20:00
The Legacy is closed to the public on Tuesday.
Entrance to the Legacy is free of charge.

Rare editions

A special section within the library is made up of the collection of rare editions encompassing the most important publications from the first half of the 20th century: the avant-garde editions such as the magazine Zenit and other Zenitist publications (Arhipenko nova plastika (Archipenko―New Plasticism), Manifest (The Manifesto), Istočni greh (Eastern Sin) by Ljubomir Micić), Crveni petao (Red Rooster) and Tumbe (Toombeh) by Branko Ve Poljanski, and other), the Surrealist editions (Nemenikuće/Ćirilo i Metodije (Nemenikuće/Cyril & Methodius) by Aleksandar Vučo, Turpituda by Marko Ristić, magazines Nemoguće (Impossible), Nadrealizam danas i ovde (Surrealism Here and Now), Putevi (Roads), Svedočanstva (Testimonies), and other), and also the lithograph series Ribari (Fishermen) by Mirko Kujačić (1934), along several series of drawings by Ljubomir Ivanović (created from 1931 to 1935).

From the period during and immediatly after the WWII, the most important editions include Jama (The Pit) by Ivan Goran Kovačić, illustrated by Edo Murtić and Zlatko Prica, and 12 woodcut series Za slobodu (For Freedom) by Đorđe Andrejević Kun.