• Lauba, Zagreb

    © Damir Žizić

    © Damir Žizić

Lurking mysteriously in a little-visited area 4km west of the centre is this brand-new private art gallery, occupying a century-old barrack block painted in alluring matt black by modern restorers. Displaying the collection of businessman Tomislav Kličko, Lauba includes major works by virtually everyone who is anyone in Croatian art from about 1950 onwards. If you’ve already visited the Museum of Contemporary Art, then Lauba will provide you with a refreshingly alternative take on the local art establishment, concentrating on visually appealing works as well as more conceptual exercises. Figurative paintings by Lovro Artuković and disarmingly bling sculptures by Kristjan Kožul are among the highlights.

Venue details

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  • Address:

    Lauba House
    Baruna Filipovica 23A
    Zagreb

  • Website:

    http://www.lauba.hr

  • Opening hours:

    2-10pm Mon-Fri; 11am-10pm Sat

  • Transport:

    Trams 2, 6 & 11 to Sveti duh

  • Price:

    25kn; 10-15kn reductions