No list of things to do in Belgrade is complete without the Serbian capital’s exquisite art galleries. Belgrade has over ten cultural centers and galleries to make sure you always stay up to date with the art world in both Serbia and the rest of the world. 

Through a host of events, exhibitions, workshops, lectures, and art gatherings, you can always expect to find something at one of these cultural gems in Belgrade. 

These are also great meeting places for people interested in art, so foreigners in Belgrade should definitely check out some of these places. 

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Students’ City Cultural Center

Address179 Bulevar Zorana Đinđića

The Students’ City Cultural Center is the cultural space for the largest student community in Belgrade, with a wide program of activities for the general public.



Address6a Kapetan Mišina Street

Parobrod is another city center cultural spot, with a jazz club in the basement, inspired by the iconic Village Vanguard in New York, a small projection room, and a gallery space all within the gorgeous art deco design of the building.


Rex Cultural Center

Address16 Jevrejska Street

Founded in 1994, Rex Cultural Center supports and produces a multitude of projects ranging from lectures, presentations, exhibitions, workshops to artistic performances of dance, theater and film.


Center for Graphic Art & Visual Researchers Akademija

Address16 Pariska Street

The Center for Graphic Art & Visual Researchers Akademija is a part of the Faculty of Fine Arts in Belgrade and features a gallery, retail space, a graphic print workshop and also organizes lectures and seminars by artists with a special focus on printmaking.


Cultural Center of Belgrade

Address5 The Republic Square

The Cultural Center of Belgrade was founded 60 years ago in the heart of Belgrade as a safe space for various artforms, discussions, lectures, and film screenings.


KC Grad

Address4 Braće Krsmanović Street

Known as KC Grad among the locals, this is one of the liveliest places in Belgrade, where you can expect to find exhibitions, music gigs, and even cooking events.


Center for Cultural Decontamination

Address21 Birčaninova Street

The Center for Cultural Decontamination is an independent and non-profit institution that organizes exhibitions, cultural events, concerts, workshops, and lecture series focused on critical thinking, public policy, and politics.


Dom Omladine Beograda

Address22/IV Makedonska Street

Dom Omladine has a wide ranging program that covers movie screenings, concerts, art shows, as well as debates, public lectures and different kinds of workshops, all in its spacious city center location.


Students’ Cultural Center

Address48 Kralja Milana Street

The Students’ Cultural Center serves to promote cultural communication between students, including film festivals, art exhibitions and various workshops, and has two locations – one in the Students’ city in New Belgrade and another one in Kralja Milana Street.


Art Pavilion Cvijeta Zuzorić

AddressMali Kalemegdan 1

Located in the beautiful Kalemegdan park, the Art Pavilion is one of the oldest galleries in Belgrade and hosts a variety of events on a regular basis.


Chaos Gallery

Address3 Dositejeva Street

Chaos Gallery is the go-to place to view drawings, both from Serbian and foreign artists, and all in the city center.

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Remont Gallery

Address7 Maršala Birjuzova Street

Remont Gallery’s mission is to support younger artists in establishing new standards for contemporary art in Serbia. photo: Boris Burić


Stara Kapetanija Gallery

Address8 Kej Oslobođenja

Stara Kapetanija Gallery is a Zemun-based gallery that promotes regional artists of all ages, along with hosting chamber concerts, lectures, and interactive workshops for children.

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Zvono Gallery

Address5 Višnjićeva Street

Zvono Gallery is particularly focused on young and up-and-coming artists, while also being known for its collaboration with art fairs in Berlin, Vienna, and Frankfurt.


O3ONE Art Space

Address10 Uzun Mirkova Street

O3ONE Art Space is an independent art gallery which favors contemporary visual arts.


ULUS Gallery

Address37 Knez Mihailova Street

ULUS Gallery is the Association of Fine Artists of Serbia’s exhibition space, which welcomed the public in 1988 for the first time.


Sasa Gallery

Address35 Knez Mihailova Street

The Serbian Academy of Sciences & Arts founded the Sasa Gallery in 1970, and since then this place has had all kinds of art works on display from both local and international artists.


Blok Gallery

Address221 Jurija Gagarina Street

Blok Gallery has been an exhibition site of sculptures, graphic art, drawings, photography, as well as newer forms such as installations, multimedia and video art, in New Belgrade since 2007.

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Grafički Kolektiv Gallery

Address27 Obilićev venac

Graficki Kolektiv is one of the leading art galleries in all of former Yugoslavia that showcases mainly prints with the occasional photography and graphic design exhibition.


U10 Art Space

Address3 Kosovke devojke Street

U10 Art Space is an independent artist-run space dedicated to supporting contemporary art, with a particular emphasis on up-and-coming artists.


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