Current exhibitions:

ZLATKO KESER, September 10th 2020 – January 10th 2021, Klovićevi dvori Gallery, first floor

ARS ET VIRTUS: CROATIA – HUNGARY. 800 YEARS OF COMMON HERITAGE

September 24th – November 22nd 2020, Klovićevi dvori Gallery, second floor

Virtual exhibition :
This virtual exhibition is a joint project of the Hungarian National Museum (Budapest) and Klovićevi dvori Gallery (Zagreb). Our goal is to present the Croatian-Hungarian cultural and historical relations in a broad and illustrative context, thus strenghtening the feeling of belonging together in the two nations. Since our common heritage of 800 years is immense, we have divided our exhibition into 8 chapters. The virtual exhibition, currently consisting of 60 objects, guides the visitor – partly chronologically and partly thematically – through representative spaces of the Hungarian National Museum: the Dome, the Ceremonial Hall and the Fireplace Hall.

View the exhibition HERE

HISTORY AND ART ON THE WALLS OF THE PALACE AT OPATIČKA 10

November 19th 2020 – January 31st 2021, Klovićevi dvori Gallery, ground floor

Did you know what lies behind the most beautiful wrought iron fence in the Upper Town? Many pass by the building at Opatička 10 without knowing what artistic treasures it keeps. The exhibition on the ground floor of Klovićevi dvori Gallery will reveal a wonderful cultural heritage and tell a forgotten history. It was organized in cooperation with the Croatian Institute of History and the Croatian Restoration Institute in Zagreb, on the occasion of the relocation of the work from the institution in order to rehabilitate the building from the earthquake in Zagreb that happened on March 22nd 2020. For the first time, you will be able to experience a close encounter with the masterpieces of Croatian fine art by the greatest masters of modernity: Vlaho Bukovac, Mato Celestin Medović, Bela Čikoš Sesia, Oton Iveković and Ferdo Kovačević. Images of Croatia’s past from the ceremonial Golden Hall and works depicting classics of world literature from the Renaissance Room are complemented by paintings from the Modern Gallery, Zagreb, Croatian History Museum, Zagreb and private collections with newly researched data and new photos of one of the most beautiful interiors in Croatia. Don’t miss the opportunity of this unique and unrepeatable artistic experience and visit the exhibition at the Klovićevi dvori Gallery until January 31st, 2021.