MOMA Dubrovnik Gathered 71 Artists in One Exhibition One Should Not Miss
Dubrovnik Art Moment 3, painting and sculpture exhibition, opened this Thursday in the MOMA Dubrovnik.
The idea of the exhibition is, as the director of MOMA, Marin Ivanović, stated, to gather and present the variety of artists’ expressions, ideas and works.
‘More than hundred academic painters live and work in Dubrovnik, and several hundred amateur artists gathered in different art associations’, Ivanović added, presenting the artists whose works were presented yesterday in MOMA.
71 artist and 112 works were chosen to the DAM 3, and the idea is to continue with the exhibitions like this every four years or even often.
If you are in Dubrovnik, pay a visit to MOMA Dubrovnik – the exhibition is opened until April 9. Artist whose works you will enjoy are:
Katarina Alamat Kusijanović, Miljenko Anđelić, Amir Avdić, Gordana Bajurin, Marija Barać, Mišo Baričević, Denis Berković, Anamarija Bezek, Pietro Boban, Ivona Bura, Mercedes Bratoš, Luko Capor, Viktor Daldon, Ivana Dražić Selmani, Mirica Dubčić, Nikola Nino Dubčić, Ivana Gjaja Handabaka, Vedran Grabovac, Aida Hebib Raguž, Ana Hrčan Šojat, Rajna Inić, Tomislav Ivanišin, Stanko Ivanković, Josip Ivanović, Ivana Jovanović Trostman, Nikolina Kapović, Vikica Kitić Biličić, Soheil Keynejad, Kristina Kojan Goluža, Katja Kovačić Karamatić, Maja Kovačević, Valter Kožul, Robert Kralj, Lena Kramarić, Maro Kriste, Jagoda Lasić, Loren Ligorio, Iris Lobaš Kukavičić, Dubravka Lošić, Ivana Lujak, Davor Lucianović, Ozana Masnec, Marijana Milko, Romana Milutin Fabris, Ivana Miloglav Ivanković, Berta Miloš, Ivan Mladošić, Ivo Mladošić, Ivan Perak, Lucija Perojević, Miranda Rako Kuzmanić, Elodi Rašica, Dubravka Rathman, Stjepan Ribić, Jasmina Runje, Goran Ružić, Samir Serhatlić, Tonko Smokvina, Miroslav Stamatović, Pero Šantić, Josipa Šare, Viktor Šerbu, Nikolina Šimunović, Josip Škerlj, Mia Marija Škoda / Nikolina Japunčić, Deša Vlahutin, Iris Vuletić, Anabel Zanze, Nada Zec Ivanović, Eva Zvrko.