Galleries

Bas gallery | Baš galerija | Sarajevo

Visitors to the BAŠ Gallery are welcomed into an immersive world where tradition comes to life. Nestled within a delightful setting, the gallery offers a captivating insight into the artistic and aesthetic dimensions of the local heritage. Discovering the Heritage View this post on Instagram A post shared by BAŠ Gallery (@basgallery.sarajevo) Guests can explore

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International Portrait Gallery | Međunarodna galerija portreta | Tuzla

Explore the rich artistic tapestry of Bosnia and Herzegovina at the International Portrait Gallery Tuzla, founded in 1964. With over 5000 continually growing artworks, including collections dedicated to contemporary portraits, the legacy of Ismet Mujezinović, and notable figures like Tito, the gallery has been recognized as a national monument. Housing a library of 3000+ units and engaging in numerous cultural initiatives, the gallery stands as a vibrant cultural hub. Immerse yourself in this artistic haven, where history and creativity converge in a visually captivating experience.

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Ars Aevi Museum of Contemporary Art

The Ars Aevi Museum of Contemporary Art in Sarajevo offers a unique and thought-provoking experience for art lovers. Here’s what you can expect when visiting: Unconventional Artistic Expressions The Ars Aevi Museum showcases avant-garde and unconventional contemporary artworks, pushing the boundaries of artistic expression. Visitors can explore a diverse range of installations, multimedia art, conceptual

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War Photo Exhibition in Mostar

The War Photo Exhibition in Mostar is a museum dedicated to documenting the Bosnian War (1992-1995) and its impact on the city and its people. It serves as a powerful reminder of the atrocities and suffering that occurred during this devastating conflict. The exhibition is located in the heart of Mostar’s Old Town and features

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