Contemporary Croatian Art Exhibit in Frankfurt

The exhibition in the European Central Bank ends in mid-October

July 02nd, 2019
K. Greta, News from Berlin
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Croatian Central Bank President Mario Draghi and Governor of the Croatian National Bank Boris Vujčić led the opening event for the new exhibition of works by contemporary Croatian artists on June 26, 2019.

The European Central Bank and the Croatian National Bank, along with the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Croatia and the Zagreb Museum of Contemporary Art, supported the execution of this art exhibition. The exhibit includes work by Igor Grubic, Tine Gverovic, Kristijan Kožul, Lonac, David Maljkovic, Ane Mušćet, Damir Ocka, , Lale Raščić, Goran Trbuljaka, Nora Turato and Zlatana Vehabović. The works include a variety of media expressions, such as photography, painting, video, and drawings.

This exhibit is one part of a larger exhibition entitled, “Contemporary Art of European Union Member States.” This larger project, founded by the European Central Bank in 1997, seeks to showcase the contemporary European art scene through organized, rotating art exhibits. 

The opening of this exhibit was also attended by the Croatian Consulate General of the Republic of Croatia, Vedran Konjevod. This Croatian art exhibit will end on October 16, 2019.


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