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GALLERY DULČIĆ MASLE PULITIKA

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STUDIO PULITIKA

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Working hours for visitors:

Museum of Modern Art: 9:00 am - 8:00 pm
Gallery Dulčić Masle Pulitika and Studio Pulitika: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm




Closed on Mondays.
For children free.
The citizens of Dubrovnik free.
Leadership by appointment, tel.:
020/426 590

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The Dulčić / Masle / Pulitika Gallery was opened in a house at Držićeva poljana 1, which after the Homeland War was renovated by the American government, intending it to serve as a memorial to Ronald Brown, American Commerce Secretary, who died in an air crash flying in to Dubrovnik in 1996. It was opened as a venue where the public could appreciate the works of three important Dubrovnik artists – Ivo Dulčić, Antun Masle and Đuro Pulitika.

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Đuro Pulitika who died in December 2006, willed to the Museum of Modern Art, Dubrovnik, one of his work and the Dulčić-Masle-Pulitika Gallery 64 of his artworks.

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 The exhibition Time... by the artist Ana Požar Piplica

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The exhibition DUBROVNIK MOMENT IN THE FINE ARTS 3

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The exhibition
Love in Damascus by Elias Ayoub

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The exhibition Time... by the artist Ana požar Piplica will be open in the Dulcic Masle Pulitika Gallery and Pulitika Studio at Thursday, March 16th at 7 am.
The exhibition will be on view until April 30th.

 

The exhibition DUBROVNIK MOMENT IN THE FINE ARTS 3 will been open in Museum of Modern Art Dubrovnik on March 9th.
The exhibition will be on view until April 30th.

 

 

The exhibition Love in Damascus by the young Sirian artist Elias Ayoub has been open in Dulcic Masle Pulitika Gallery and Pulitika Studio on Wednesday, February 1st.
The exhibition has been on view until March 9th. 

 



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