Contemporary Art Museum
Opening of the Contemporary Art Museum was the event that marked the month behind us. One of the most significant institutions, for any community and culture, was opened after a ten-years break. It is thus a must-see on the map of Belgrade in the upcoming period. Located by the river, at the Novi Beograd side, the Contemporary Art Museum embodies modern post-war architecture and was one of the most significant buildings of this kind in the former Yugoslavia. It was opened in 1965 and it is home to the 20th century art of Serbia and Yugoslavia. Its opening was marked by the still fresh exhibition Sekvence (Sequences), presenting significant moments from the life and creation of the former country.Photo: Srđan Veljović
A completely new point on the hedonistic map of Belgrade. In the heart of the city, at the former location of the legendary Košava trattoria, which marked a whole era, Maison Boho enchants at first sight. Its style reflects a spirit of refined classicism with striking ornaments, which makes it quite a special place for a short respite in the city. It’s like a drop of baroque in the city’s modern core. They serve top quality Mediterranean cuisine, the best of culinary traditions of the countries in that region. Original cocktail recipes make the experience complete.
Dorćol is a long story, never quite told to the end. Its potential is so inexhaustible, so much can hide or emerge from the web of its streets and alleys. Dorćol Platz, which brought a new life to the lower part of this famous neighbourhood, is located in what was once the Dorćol industrial zone. It’s a place that promotes creative ideas and the work of artists of different provenances – from theatre and painting, to music and fashion. In addition, it is an interesting and unusual place to relax and take a step out of the daily grind.