Resavska 40b
Tuesday - Sunday 13:00-21:00

The building of the Belgrade City Museum was erected at the end of the 19th century for the needs of the New Military Academy. It was designed in the neo-Renaissance style by architect Dimitrije T. Leko (1863–1914). The first part of the building, facing Resavska and Birčaninova Streets, was erected between 1899 and 1900, and the second part, facing Nemanjina Street, was added after the First World War. The building was damaged in the war years of 1914 and 1941, then reconstructed several times, before being damaged again in the bombing by NATO forces in 1999. In 2007, the City of Belgrade took over the facility for the needs of the Belgrade City Museum.

Artists: Jean-Marie Appriou, Trisha Baga, Davide Balula, Will Benedict, Cecilia Bengolea, James Bridle, Elaine Cameron-Weir, Claudia Comte, Sanja Ćopić, Vuk Ćosić, Alex Da Corte, Simon Denny, DIS, David Douard, Cao Fei, Nenad Gajić, Camille Henrot, Klára Hosnedlová, David Horvitz, Marguerite Humeau, Invernomuto, Alex Israel, Melike Kara, Nadežda Kirćanski, Josh Kline, Oliver Laric, Hannah Levy, Hana Miletić, Ebecho Muslimova, Katja Novitskova, Precious Okoyomon, Wong Ping, Sonja Radaković, Jon Rafman, Bojan Šarčević, Augustas Serapinas, Emily Mae Smith, Daniel Steegmann Mangrané, Diamond Stingily, Jenna Sutela, Nora Turato, Nico Vascellari, Jordan Wolfson.


The Museum of Yugoslavia was the first museum facility in Belgrade commissioned, designed and constructed for that purpose. In front of what is now the Museum Building there was a centrally placed cascading fountain – surrounded by green tree-lined areas with access paths along the perimeter, all of which were included in the original design.

Since its foundation in 1962, the museum complex has changed its primary role and partly its appearance, but the landscaping of the spacious park, especially that part designed by the architects Marija Jovin and Branislav Jovin in 1978, is of exceptional importance for the view when approaching the complex. The surrounding green area, with deciduous trees planted along the sides and conifers behind the building, forms a dark green setting around the building in every season and emphasizes the whiteness of the facade in the foreground.

Artists: Dora Budor, Nicolas Deshayes, Pierre Huyghe, Max Hooper Schneider, Guan Xiao.


Art Gallery, Kneza Mihaila 6
Artget Gallery, Trg Republike 5/I
Podroom Gallery, Trg Republike 5/-I
Tuesday - Sunday 13:00-21:00

The House of the Press Building in Belgrade was erected in the period from 1958 to 1961. With its location and visual qualities, it is the most significant postwar contribution to the shaping of the Trg Republike Square and rounds the ensemble of representative city palaces in a visual and aesthetic whole. Designed in the spirit of modern architecture, its construction was a novelty in the field of modelling of business facilities in Serbia at the time. The freely treated base provided a functional internal structure with various culture and business facilities.

The Belgrade House of the Press has the status a protected building of exceptional value. Since its opening, the Cultural Centre of Belgrade has been located in the House of the Press Building. Within the Centre, there are four gallery spaces and a cinema.

Artists: Marija Avramović and Sam Twidale, Matt Copson, Vuk Ćuk, Alex Da Corte, Than Hussein Clark, Jon Rafman, Igor Simić.


Kolarčeva 6
Tuesday - Sunday 13:00-21:00

The Movie Theater of the Cultural Centre of Belgrade (DKC) was originally designed as a non-stop duplex cinema, a forerunner of today’s cineplexes. The necessary structure for the duplex was made, but the second theater was never built. The DKC cinema was opened in 1963 and since then it has been perating without interruption as a cinema of good and authorial film.

The section of the Film Program includes a selection of both historical works and new productions, pertaining to the personal sphere of the self-portrait and to the collective sphere of the historical tale, offering a meta-narration of moving images on the brink of a world in constant change, with its initiation rituals, illusions and disillusions, memory forgotten over time, and the urge of renewal.

Artists: Jeremy Deller and Cecilia Bengolea, Cécile B. Evans, Cyprien Gaillard, Mark Leckey, Anri Sala, Marianna Simnett, Igor Simić, Colin Snapp with Mauro Hertig, Nico Vascellari.


The Trg republike Shopping Mall, better known as Staklenac (Glass Mall), is located at Dr Zoran Đinđić Plateau, in the very centre of Belgrade. As part of the reconstruction and beautification of the city center for the Summit of the Non-Aligned Movement in 1989, Staklenac was built to replace the metal kiosks. In spite of numerous urban reconstruction plans, this glass mall, erected as a temporary facility, has survived for thirty years.

Artist: Alex Israel


In the 1960s, due to the rapid development of traffic in the cities of the former Yugoslavia, a new urban subdiscipline developed—underground urbanism. City traffic and its de-levelling became one of the main issues that general urban plans dealt with. At that time, four underground passages were designed and rapidly built in the very center of Belgrade, in order to facilitate the movement of primarily pedestrian traffic. The underground passages built in the center of the city, in Terazije, were not only pedestrian passes but also a new form of public space with other facilities, such as shops and eateries.

The Directorate for Construction and Reconstruction of the City of Belgrade was the investor for all the works of the underground passages in Belgrade. The first one, Terazije, which connects the Bulevar Revolucije Blvd. (today Bulevar kralja Aleksandra) and Terazije, was designed by Projekt Architectural and Town Planning Studio from Belgrade and signed by architect Živko Marković. The design was finished in August 1966, and the passage was built within a year.

Artist: Cyprien Gaillard


RTS 3 Culture and Art Program is the only specialized culture and art television program in this region. Its producers select and broadcast high quality cultural content from local and foreign productions, those which define current trends in world music, visual arts, ballet, film, digital art.

Its imperative is to offer its viewers a carefully profiled cultural program under circumstances in which the criteria are dictated by uncertainty of everyday life: this is a constant challenge that requires stubborn resistance to cultural mediocrity and nonsense.

Artist: Alex Da Corte


Radio Belgrade is the oldest electronic medium in the Balkans. The building of Radio Belgrade, designed by architect Bogdan Nestorović and constructed in 1933, faces five streets and has the status of a protected monument of culture. Currently, Radio Belgrade broadcasts eight stations. Among them, Radio Belgrade 2 has always had a special place. It is the only radio program in the wide media space from Vienna to Athens and from Rome to Bucharest that is entirely dedicated to culture and art. Radio Belgrade 2 has broadcasted poetry interpreted by its authors, documentary reports, discussions, the highest quality traditional and contemporary music every work day for sixty years. Its most famous shows and the voices of its best journalists stand as signs by the roadside in the listeners’ collective memory and reliable landmarks in the history of Serbian radio broadcasting. One of its sections is The Drama Program, a winner of numerous awards at major international radio art festivals.

Artist: Than Hussein Clark


The exhibition The Dreamers also extends to other spaces of Belgrade—streets, bridges, walls and interstitial passages—infiltrating the public space and generating an exchange with the oneiric fabric of a city whose urban identity is profoundly marked by short-circuits between utopia and reality. Due to its rich history and diverse influences it was exposed to, Belgrade is a city of multifaceted identity, both in its appearance and its architecture, and that is what makes it an ideal setting for artistic interventions and presentations of artworks in the public space.

Artists: Davide Balula, Alex Da Corte, Aleksandra Domanović, Invernomuto.