Serbia’s first private museum is an institution that holds numerous masterpieces of Serbian modern and contemporary artists. The museum was opened recently so it’s not as well-known among the local population as it should be. It is located in the central Knez Mihailova street, across the street from the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, near Belgrade’s Instituto Cervantes.
The core activity of the ZEPTER MUSEUM is to collect systematically, protect, study, exhibit and publish works of art. It is intended to gather together in one place the works and artists who can visualize the complex art scene in Serbia in the second half of the 20th century and the beginning of the new millennium.
In three years of its activity, the ZEPTER MUSEUM has enlarged the number of represented artists from 134 to 164 and the number of artworks from 350 to over 400. In its meticulous replenishment of the collection, the Museum has paid special attention to the technique of pastel and the works of those artists who are about to leave the Faculty of Fine Arts.