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About the Museum

The National Museum of Modern Art / NMMA is a museum of fine arts that surveys the development of traditional art disciplines from the mid-19th century to the present day. The founder of the NMMA is the Ministry of Culture and Media of the Republic of Croatia. In 1899, the idea of ​​such a museum was conceived by the painter, art historian and politician Izidor Kršnjavi who proposed to the Zagreb Art Society the establishment of a Municipal Gallery of Modern Paintings that would collect artworks by Croatian artists. It was officially founded in 1905, when the Society commissioned the first three works by then contemporary artists. Thus, the gallery started operating as a department of the Art Society focused on patronizing contemporary national art and facilitating the development of artistic production. The National Museum of Modern Art, with a collection of 12,000 works of art, is a direct successor of the Art Society Gallery. Since 1934, the NMMA has been situated in a monumental palace built in 1883 by Hon. Ljudevit Vranyczany-Dobrinović, a businessman, merchant, politician and patron. In 1939, the Banovina of Croatia bought the Palace to accommodate then Modern Gallery. After the last in a series of renovations conducted according to the standards of contemporary museology and carried out during the 1990s, the two floors of the Palace, with depos and offices, were renovated into exhibition galleries designed to present the museum collection, including solo and group exhibitions. The chronological display of the Collection, which surveys the development of national art and its connection with international movements, is located on the second floor of the building. The north-west wing of the first floor presents phenomenological curatorial research and interpretations of the Collection, and the south-east wing is dedicated to the temporary retrospective and monographic solo exhibitions and thematic group exhibitions. Since 1992, the Josip Račić Gallery located in the heart of Zagreb’s central pedestrian zone, with a program of solo exhibitions has been a constituent part of the NMMA.

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