ZEPTER MUSEUM (ЦЕПТЕР ЦЕПТЕР)
Petit Futé's opinion on ZEPTER MUSEUM (ЦЕПТЕР ЦЕПТЕР)
Mrs. Madlena Zepter, Belgradoise and the citizen of the world, donated to his hometown of several cultural institutions: the Zepter Gallery, the Opera and Madlenianum Theater (the first private institution of this kind in Europe), the bookshop and publishing house «Zepter Book World», the auction company «Madl 'Art» and the latest: Zepter Museum.
According to the decision of the Serbian Ministry of Culture, this institution was registered as the first museum of private art in the country and was inaugurated on July 1, 2010. The Zepter Museum is located in a remarkable architectural building in the historic center of Belgrade and close to top cultural institutions (the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Philosophy Faculty, Faculty of Philology, Faculty of Fine Arts…). With over 350 works of 132 artists at the opening, the collection has been enriched by some 43 new works.
The collection of the Zepter Museum presents works and artists that evoke the artistic complexity in Serbia of the second half of the twentieth and early xxe. The main feature of the collection is to promote the continuity of artistic practice from the founders of the modern post-war current to the creators of the postmodern current and today.
Extending over three levels (1,400 m 2), equipped with the best technology, the Zepter Museum is a living institution where, apart from the permanent collection, temporary exhibitions are followed by other national or foreign institutions. The site also organizes numerous cultural events such as concerts, audio-visual projection, reading and discussion, thematic evenings and specialized debates.
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Opening time and information on ZEPTER MUSEUM (ЦЕПТЕР ЦЕПТЕР)
Open Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday from 10 to 8pm, Thursday and Saturday from noon to 10pm. Rates: €2 for the adults, children of more than 10 years. And 1€ for groups of more than 10 people, the pensioners and the students. Free for children under 10 years old, disabled people, students of Arts and the Art schools, members of ICOM, AICA, ULUS, ULUPUDS like for the journalists. The cash desks close 30 minutes before the closing of the museum.