Five Best Galleries in Montenegro

The permanent exhibit is a collection of traditional and modern artworks, versatile by characteristics, style, and techniques. A total of 537 relevant pieces are examples of the Montenegrian, Yugoslovenian, and partially some European art.

Published: Thursday 13th of May 2021 Updated: Wednesday 07th of July 2021

The permanent exhibit is a collection of traditional and modern artworks, versatile by characteristics, style, and techniques. A total of 537 relevant pieces are examples of the Montenegrian, Yugoslovenian, and partially some European art.

1.The Centar Gallery

Permanent exhibit:

The permanent exhibit is a collection of traditional and modern artworks, versatile by characteristics, style, and techniques. A total of 537 relevant pieces are examples of the Montenegrian, Yugoslovenian, and partially some European art. The oldest museum objects that belong to the Centar Gallery collection are antique pitchers from the First Archaic Period (725-600 b.c; painted ceramics) and the medieval bowl from the XIV century (from the glazed ceramics section), which originates from Cyprus. Many modern artworks from the gallery belong to artists from Malta, England, Italy, Spain, and Turkey. 



Location: Njegoseva 2,
21000 Podgorica

2. Gallery Josip Bepo Benkovic – Herceg Novi

Permanent exhibit:
 
The gallery opened under the auspices of the Alliance of People's Liberation War Fighters on December 15, 1966. Gallery got its name from Josip Bepo Benkovic, painter and antifascist. The same year it opened, in February of 1968., the gallery organizes "the first Hercegnovski winter art salon."  It is the oldest culturally artistic manifestation in this part of Europe. It holds a large number of works of art: paintings, sculptures, and engravings.

Location: Marka Vojnovica 32,
85340 Herceg Novi

3. Pizana Gallery

Permanent exhibit:

It is an organization of artistic projects and manifestations, a place for collaboration of local, regional, and international creatives, artistic people, and other groups, networks, cultural institutions, and many other segments of society. Works of renowned artists of different generations from the Balkans found their place in this representative gallery space.

Location: Porto Novi,
85345 Kumbor
Crna Gora




4. Dado Gallery

Permanent exhibit:

The permanent exhibit exists as part of an art gallery of the National Museum of Montenegro. From April to December, while the exhibit lasts, the permanent segments come to realize. The main gallery goal is to promote the project of well-known creators from the country and abroad. Part of this goal is promoting the "young forces" of the Montenegrin scene and thematic exhibitions conceived by exhibits from the National Museum.  

Location: Dvorski Trg 1, Cetinje
Crna Gora


5. Budva Gallery

Permanent exhibit:

With the "Contemporary expressionists" exhibit, the modern Budva gallery was open in 1972. The gallery reserve holds 218 works of art comprised of various drawings, aquarelles, engravings, and sculptures. The most famous one is the Contemporary expressionists' collection.



This extremenly valuable collection contains the art pices of Petar Lubarda, Milo Milunovic, Risto Stijovic, Milan Konjevic, Nikola Graovac, Anastasa i Špira Bocarica, Gojka Berkuljana, Milorada-Bate Mihailovica, Ljubinke Jovanovic-Mihailovic, Branka-Fila Filipovica, Marina Tartalje, Jovana Ivanovica, Eda Murtica, Stevana Luketica, Josipa Generalica, Salaha Tahera, Jasea Tabucija and Bengta Lindstroma.

Location: Cara Dusana 19,
Stari Grad Budva

Spend your day enjoying exhibits in one of these galleries. Each collection and exhibition individually offers a unique perspective of the past, present, and future.