Gallery

Mestrovic Pavilion Ring Gallery, Barrel Gallery, Expanded Media Gallery

Zagreb, Croatia

Address

  • Trg Žrtava Fašizma 16
  • Zagreb 10000
  • Croatia

Opening times

WORKING HOURS
Wednesday–Sunday 10 – 13 and 16 – 20
Mondays, Tuesdays and holidays closed
From September, 7 till September, 9, during 36 Mountains Festival working hours are:
Opening on September, 7, 7pm
September, 8 and September, 9
10am - 10pm
September, 10 10am - 6pm

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Home of the Croatian Association of Fine Artists (HDLU)

Mestrovic Pavilion

Trg žrtava fašizma 16, 10000 Zagreb, Croatia
Phone: + 385 1 /4611 818 / 4611 819
Fax: 4576 831
e-mail: hdlu@hdlu.hr

Bačva Gallery
Contact: Ms. Mia Orsag
Trg žrtava fašizma 16, Zagreb
Phone: + 385 1 46 11 818, + 385 98 982 8989
E- mail: hdlu.hr@gmail.com

PM Gallery  & Prsten Gallery
Contact: Ms. Martina Miholić
Trg žrtava fašizma 16, 10 000 Zagreb
Phone: + 385 1 46 11 818, + 385 99 732 6127
E-mail: martina.hdlu@gmail.com

Karas Gallery
Contact: Ms. Mia Orsag Barić
Praška 4, Zagreb
Phone: + 385 1 4811 561, + 385 98 982 8989
E- mail: hdlu.hr@gmail.com

Home of HDLU – Meštrović Pavilion Ring Gallery, Barrel Gallery, Expanded Media Gallery Trg žrtava fašizma 16, Zagreb, Map... T + 385 (0) 1 46 11 818, 46 11 819 F + 385 (0) 1 45 76 831 E-mail: info@hdlu.hr, Ticket price: 20 kn for citizenship
10 kn for students and seniors, upon presentation of valid documents;
10 kn for groups (more than five people, price per person)
10 kn for regular members of the Association ULUPH, HDD, UHA, ORIS, HULU Split, HDLU Osijek, HDLU Rijeka, HDLU Dubrovnik, HDLU Istria, HDLU Varaždin on presentation of a valid membership card;
Free for regular members of the HDLU, AICA, ICOM, DPUH, HND and students of the Academy of Fine Arts and students of the Faculty of Philosophy, direction of art history or ethnology and cultural anthropology, upon presentation of valid documents.
Tickets can be purchased at the box office HDLU during working hours of the exhibition.
For other inquiries regarding tickets, please contact us at hdlu@hdlu.hr

About

The Croatian Association of Visual Artists (HDLU) is a nongovernmental, not-for-profit, and politically neutral union of professionals. Its membership consists exclusively of visual artists of all generations, working in all forms of expression and disciplines. The Association was established in 1868 and has been continuously active since then, though under different names. The basic aims of the Association are: to support and encourage contemporary visual expression, to improve and protect the freedom of visual expression, to organize exhibitions, and to participate in the making of the laws and rules regulating visual arts production and the social rights of the artists.

HDLU annually organizes or collaborates in the organization of approximately 40 exhibitions in four diversely profiled galleries. The exhibition program covers all segments of art presentation and production, ranging from large national and international manifestations to projects concerning new media pursuing experimentation.

The exhibitions are accompanied by lecturing programs, workshops, and presentations. Exhibition programs are flexible and our exhibition spaces are often used for the presentation of the variety of artistic disciplines ranging from dance to music and theater productions. 

The seat of HDLU is the famous Meštrović Pavilion, located on a beautiful square in central Zagreb. It consists of three exhibition spaces: Ring Gallery, Barrel Gallery, and Extended Media (PM) Gallery. Karas Gallery, the forth of HDLU’s exhibition spaces, is located on Praska Street by Ban Jelacic Square, Zagreb’s main square.

Mission

HDLU promotes the development of visual culture by taking care of the social and financial status of its members, encouraging artistic creativity and excellence, and conceiving and promoting a dynamic exhibition program and international cultural exchange.

Vision

HDLU strives to become a highly specialized and commendable union of professionals, establishing essential rights for its members and conceptual and organizational standards for the presentation of the visual arts in the Republic of Croatia within the reconstructed Meštrović Pavilion.

Values

Quality, candor, and diversity