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četrtek, 13 maja, 2021

Show explores ties between Slovenian artists, Croatian art academy

By: P.T. STA

The National Museum of Contemporary Art in Croatia’s Zagreb launched an exhibition of more than 100 works of art made mainly by Slovenians artists who studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb between both world wars when this was the only academy of its kind in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia.

The exhibition, running until 20 June, also puts on show several Croatian artists from that period. It is a collaboration of the museum and the academy and their Slovenian partner, the Božidar Jakac Gallery.

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