Hrvatski muzej naivne umjetnosti

  • Adresa: Sv. Ćirila i Metoda 3, 10000 Zagreb
  • Telefon: +385 1 4851 911
  • Fax: +385 1 4851 911
  • Email: info@hmnu.org
  • Web stranice: www.hmnu.org

Radno vrijeme

  • Ponedjeljak - petak: 10:00 do 18:00
  • Subota: 10:00 do 13:00
  • Nedjelja: 10:00 do 13:00

Popust

  • Gotovina: 25%
  • Kartice: 25%

Godine 1952. osnovana je u Zagrebu Seljačka umjetnička galerija, koja od 1956. djeluje pod nazivom Galerija primitivne umjetnosti, a od 1994, odlukom Sabora Republike Hrvatske, kao Hrvatski muzej naivne umjetnosti. Ustanova je od samog početka organizirana i vođena po strogim muzeološkim principima, pa se smatra prvim muzejom naivne umjetnosti u svijetu.

Hrvatski muzej naivne umjetnosti čuva u svojem fundusu preko 1800 umjetnina – slika, kipova, crteža i grafika – poglavito hrvatskih umjetnika.

Popust se odonosi po jednoj osnovi, te za pojedinačnu kartu.

Stalni postav Muzeja kreiran je uz moto Naivna umjetnost kao segment moderne umjetnosti. Izloženo je osamdesetak antologijskih slika i kipova dvadesetak klasika hrvatske naive, od početka tridesetih do osamdesetih godina 20. stoljeća. Težište je na hrvatskim umjetnicima proslavljene Hlebinske škole (Generalić, Večenaj, Kovačić, Lacković), te nekolicini visoko vrednovanih nezavisnih autora (Rabuzin, Feješ, Skurjeni, Smajić). Uz njihova djela, izlažu se radovi i značajnijih umjetnika drugih naroda (Schwartzenberg, Van der Steen, Nikifor, Leonov, Harada).

In 1952, the Peasant Art Gallery was founded in Zagreb; from 1956 it operated under the name of the Gallery of Primitive Art, while since 1994, in line with a decision by the Croatian Parliament, its title has been the Croatian Museum of Naïve Art. From the very beginning the establishment was organized and run according to strict museological principles, and is thus deemed to be the world’s first museum of naïve art. The Croatian Museum of Naïve Art holds more than 1,800 works of art – paintings, sculptures, drawings and prints – mainly by Croatian artists.

The permanent display of the Museum was established according to the maxim: Naïve Art as a Segment of Modern Art. Some eighty anthology-piece paintings and sculptures of a score of classics of the Croatian Naïve are on display, from the early thirties to the 1980s. The focus is on Croatian artists – of the celebrated Hlebine School (Generalić, Večenaj, Kovačić, Lacković), and a few of the more highly-valued independent artists (Rabuzin, Feješ, Skurjeni, Smajić). In conjunction with their works, artworks of significant artists of other nations are also on show (Schwartzenberg, Van der Steen, Nikifor, Leonov).

Radno vrijeme

Utorak – petak: 10 – 18 sati

Subota i nedjelja: 10 – 13 sati

Zatvoreno ponedjeljkom i državnim blagdanom

Cijene ulaznica

▪ odrasli: 20 kuna

▪ učenici, studenti, grupe: 10 kuna

Stručna vodstva

Uz prethodnu najavu na telefon ili e-mail, na hrvatskom i engleskom jeziku: 200 kuna za grupe (10-25 osoba) i 300 kuna za individualna vodstva (manje od 10 osoba).

Working hours

Tuesday – Friday: from 10:00 to 18:00
Saturday and Sunday: from 10:00 to 13:00
Closed on Mondays and public holidays

Entrance charges

▪ adults: 20 kuna
▪ schoolchildren, students and groups: 10 kuna

Guided tours

On prior notice by telephone or e-mail, in Croatian and English: cost 200 kuna for groups (10-25) persons and 300 kuna for individual or smaller groups (fewer than 10).

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