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My sweet little lamb (Everything we see could also be otherwise)
a series of exhibitions based on the Kontakt Art Collection dedicated to Mladen Stilinović
sixth episode

12/04 – 06/05/2017
Dom hrvatskih likovnih umjetnika

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Working hours:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday: 11 – 20h
Thursday: 11 – 22h (18 – 22h free entry)
Saturday, Sunday: 10 – 18h
Saturday, May 6: 10 – 21
Closed on holidays

Trg žrtava fašizma 16
10000 Zagreb

My sweet little lamb (Everything we see could also be otherwise)
a series of exhibitions based on the Kontakt Art Collection
dedicated to Mladen Stilinović
sixth episode

Što, kako i za koga/WHW,
Kathrin Rhomberg

12/04 – 06/05/2017
Dom hrvatskih likovnih umjetnika


Július Koller, Upitnik kulturna situacija (U.F.O.), 1992

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Iva Habus


March 16-26, 2017

Exhibition opening: Thursday, March 16, 2017 at 7pm

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Igor Taritaš


March 16-26, 2017

Exhibition opening: Thursday, March 16, 2017 at 7pm

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Radovan Kunić

Gathering of time

March 16-26, 2017

Exhibition opening: Thursday, March 16, 2017 at 7pm

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We invite you to the screenings of short films by Sandro Miller starring John Malkovich, as part of the exhibition Sandro Miller – MALKOVICH, MALKOVICH, MALKOVICH: Homage to Photographic Masters. The films on display are Butterflies, Ecstasy and Psychogenic Fugue.

The films are on display in HDLU Club during the exhibition. The films are screened in English with Croatian subtitles.
Entrance to film screenings is free of charge upon presenting the ticket to the exhibition.
Further information on gallery opening hours and ticket prices is available here.


Sandro Miller – BUTTERFLIES, 01:49”

Butterflies is a disturbing film about a journey many of our men from around the world go down.  Faced with unemployment they can turn to the demons of our society, pornography, drinking, drugs, divorce and suicide.

Released in 2011, Butterflies was featured in the New Directors Showcase at the 2011 Cannes Lions in Cannes, France.

Sandro Miller – PSYCOGENIC FUGUE, 20:16”
Psychogenic Fugue is a short film recreating some of the most iconic characters and scenes from the mind of David Lynch.Released in 2016, Psychogenic Fugue was premiered at the inaugural David Lynch Festival of Disruption in Los Angeles, CA.  The film is currently available for purchase through the website:  Proceeds from the film go to the David Lynch Foundation for Transcendental Meditation.


Sandro Miller – HELL, 08:52”
HELL is about naivety, ignorance, and brain washing. It talks of closeminded folks living in their cave believing the shadows despite the truth’s that surround them. It is these blind folks that have brought on to our world the most atrocious acts of violence on to human mankind ever.Released in 2016, HELL has been shown at exhibitions around the world including France, Poland, Spain, USA, and Canada.  The film was featured in the Toronto International Short Film Festival in November 2016.


Sandro Miller – ECSTASY, 01:43”
Ecstasy is about an Italian Guido preparing himself for another night of raunchiness in a nightclub bathroom.Released in 2013

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Ivica Malčić
PM Gallery
March 1 – 12, 2017

Ivica Malčić’s solo exhibition – TEN YEARS LATER will be open on Wednesday, 1 March 2017 at 19.30 h in the PM Gallery of the Home of the Croatian Association of Artists.

The exhibition “Ten Years Later“ is a continuation of the artist’s concept of having an exhibition in the same gallery every ten years, which started with the exhibitions in the VN Gallery (1994, 2004 and 2014). The exhibition in 2014 was named “Ten Years After“, and the one to be opened in the PM Gallery is named “Ten Years Later”. Exhibition names are taken from Alvin Lee’s English rock bands, as homage to the artist’s youth.

Malčić began the series of exhibitions in the PM Gallery in 2007 by exhibiting 365 diary drawings from 2006 named “Vincent Kick a Hole in the Sky“.

Ten years later he repeated the same process by exhibiting 366 diary drawings from 2016, one for each day of the year (this time 366 drawings because 2016 was a leap year). The difference between these exhibitions lies in the artist’s choice of media and formats. The drawings from ten years ago were made in various formats, using different techniques and types of paper, whereas the works from 2016 were created on A4 “bankpost“ paper.

The drawings reflect Malčić’s daily priorities, directly related to his creative activities, such as the experience of painting a painting followed by diary drawings of this activity in the evening.

If the immediate painting activity would not happen on a certain day, the artist would create a daily drawing depicting situations from his personal life, inspired by popular culture, everyday life or the problems of an artist’s existence. In Malčić’s drawings, intimate and private intertwine with the media and social and translate into artistic and symbolic.

All the drawing are dated and numbered and will be exhibited in a chronological order in a circular gallery space.

Exhibition foreword by Vanja Babić – MALČIĆ IN THE PM GALLERY


The exhibition was financially supported by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Croatia and the City Office for Culture, Education and Sport Zagreb.

Wednesday to Friday: 11.00 AM – 7.00 PM
Saturday and Sunday: 10.00 AM – 18.00 PM
Closed on Mondays, Tuesdays and holidays

Trg žrtava fašizma 16
10000 Zagreb


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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.
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Wednesday–Sunday 10 – 13 and 16 – 20
Mondays, Tuesdays and holidays closed

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