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Aluminium Gallery in Mostar

Aluminium Gallery in Mostar

Gallery Aluminium is one of the places in Mostar that enriches the cultural life of the city, applying the European standards. Visitor of this gallery can expect space with a rich oeuvre of top works of art. Superbly decorated and impeccably designed space combines traditional and new.

It exhibited excellent painters, sculptors and graphic artists like Miroslav Šutej, Zlatko Prica, Vasko Lipovac, Matko Trebotić, Dubravka Babić, Vasilije Josip Jordan, Vatroslav Kuliš, Ivan Kožarić, Želimir Ivanović, Josip Diminić, Nikola Reiser or Stipe Sikirice. In addition, the gallery Aluminium has for years cooperated with the Academy of Fine Arts and the Franciscan gallery from Široki Brijeg. Every year, a large number of art lovers from Mostar and the surrounding area visit the gallery. Aluminium Gallery is open every weekday from 7 am to 8 pm, and Saturdays from 9 am to 2 pm. Admission is free.

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