• Address:Krešimirova 26c
  • Website: www.mmsu.hr
  • Working hours: Tuesday -Sunday from 11 am until 8 pm / closed on Mondays and holidays
  • Tickets: adults HRK 10.00 / pupils, students, pensioners HRK 5.00

The museum has its roots in the Fine Arts Gallery built in 1948. Six years later, in 1954, the 1954 Salon was founded - the Exhibition of Contemporary Sculpture and Painting in the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (SFRY). This was the first group exhibition of the modern fine arts production of the former state. In 1960 it started the Biennale of Young Artists and in 1968 it presented the International Exhibition of Original Drawings. Since 1990 it has been presenting Croatian artists at the European and Mediterranean Biennale of Young Artists. In 1962 the institution changed its name to the Rijeka Modern Gallery and in 2003 to the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art. 

 

The Museum is working on a number of collections. These are collections of works by national artists Božidar Rašica, Romolo Venucci and Slavko Grčko, as well as collections of drawings, graphics, sculptures, posters, paintings, photographs and media art. The exhibition activities take place in Krešimirova Street as well as in the Mali salon, on Korzo.

 

Museum Ticket
The “Museums Together” ticket is a combined ticket for the Natural History Museum, the Maritime and History Museum of the Croatian Littoral Rijeka, the City Museum of Rijeka, the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Peek&Poke, the Croatian Museum of Tourism, the Town of Crikvenica Museum, the I. M. Ronjgov Institution, the National Museum and Gallery in Novi Vinodolski, the Museum of Apoxyomenos, the Lošinj Museum and the Cres Museum.
The ticket price is 30 HRK for adults, 50 HRK for families and 10 HRK for children, students and pensioners and is valid for 60 days after purchase.