City Museum of Novi Sad is a museum of complex type dedicated to collecting, preservation, presentation and interpretation of multilayer and multinational cultural heritage of the area of Novi Sad and the areas that gravitate to it.
Respecting the principles modern museological practice and following modern scientific tendencies, experts of the City Museum of Novi Sad have been creating safe conditions for protection of cultural artefacts, whose presentation, as a kind of media, enable an objective interpretation of the facts.
Reflecting the principles of modern museum practice and following modern tendencies of scientific experts of the Museum of the City of Novi Sad creating safe conditions of cultural artifacts, whose presentation , as a kind of media, enable an objective interpretation of the facts .
Closing ceremony of our Serbian Wedding exhibit is scheduled for Tuesday, 18.04.2017. 7-9pm in the Foreign Arts Collection Building, Dunavska 29, Novi Sad.
Last day admission is free - from 10am to 6pm.
City Museum of Novi Sad - Winter Tea Party
topic: Female portraits in old photographs
Join us for a cup of tea and join the discussion.
Foreign Arts Collection, Dunavska 29, Novi Sad
Tuesday, Jan 17th at 7PM, Free Admission
Celebrating the Petrovaradin Fortress Birthday - City Museum of Novi Sad invites all interested citizens to exhibits in the Arsenal building, admission is free today (October 18th, 2016).
Foreign Arts Collection building
Dunavska 29, Novi Sad
Thursday, October 13th at 6PM
Honoring a historc jubilee - 300 Years since the Battle of Petrovaradin (1716-2016) City Museum of Novi Sad presents and attractive exhibit by MSc Sinisa Jokic, custodian and historian.
The grand opening of the exhibit is on August 8th, 2016 at 8PM.
Museum Arsenal building on the fortress and our Underground Military Galleries will be closed for visitors during the Exit festival (07-11th of July 2016)
Complex reasons for collecting artistic work, unless they are inherited or received in some other ways, is a cultural phenomenon, which is present with an individual primarily as a specific way of personal affirmation, which could be qualitatively transformed, through time, into something new and of public importance. Collection of Doctor Branko Ilić can be classified into that category and repeats rather frequent story about an intelligent and ambitious provincial, who, by wishing to reach higher social level, became fascinated by the works of art. Therefore, this romantic enthusiasm, despite numerous social and political obstacles, he managed to accomplish enduringly.
The collector's work, which lasted for more than half a century, represented the most important part of his life. The course to becoming a person that admires and collects works of art was set in his youth. An ambitious grammar school student from Novi Sad, and later, the student of medicine in Budapest, successfully climbed the social ladder having no doubts that he belonged to an upper class. On that path he discovered another side of his personality – the love of art.