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Sales Art Gallery Beograd
Sales Art Gallery Beograd
Description

The Sales Art Gallery Beograd, based in Belgrade, Serbia, since 1963 combines organization of exhibitions and educational programs in the field of theory and praxis of modern and contemporary art, publishing activity and promotion of professional publications that give an insight into the history and  trends of visual arts in Serbia. It is founded by the City Council of Belgrade and  is the oldest sales art gallery in Belgrade as well as in the region.

For almost half a century it features Serbian an ex Yugoslav artists. The Gallery is specialized in the sale and promotion of contemporary Serbian art as well as art marketing. 

The Sales Art Gallery Beograd is a dynamic workplace where top curators and art professionals give advice and mediate in the formation of art collections and participate in the promotion of art made in Serbia. 

Serbian largest exhibitors and artists with their excellence and innovation are in the continuous sale offer which includes a wide range of art works – paintings, drawings,  sculpture, prints, photography and related new media, installations and video pieces.

 

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Address
Kosancicev venac 19
Contact
+ 381 11 30 33 923
Opening Hours

Mon-Fri  9-19 h, Sat 9 -15 h

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The Sales Art Gallery Beograd, based in Belgrade, Serbia, since 1963 .

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