Institute of Contemporary Art is registered as a non-profit organization on April 23., 1998 and registered under the number 00000616.
Over the past 25 years, the projects of the Institute of Contemporary Art have been funded by private and public organizations, individual and individual resources, in-kind support, donations, and through cooperations and partnerships.
Support for our programs here where we work, in Zagreb, Croatia, is being partially provided by the Ministry of Culture and the City of Zagreb, City Office for Culture.
Radoslav Putar Award has been since its establishment funded by
The Foundation for Development of Civil Society and the Trust for Mutual Understanding, New York
City of Zagreb, Ministry of Culture, Zagreb County, City of Velika Gorica, City of Rijeka and MMSU – Muzej moderne i suvremene umjetnosti.
Our publishing program supported by
The City of Zagreb, Ministry of Culture, Kontact. Art Collection of Erste Group and ERSTE Foundation, Vienna and our own funds.
In order to continue working towards the soon-to-be-fourth decade of our activities, to continually advance and strengthen our professional, creative and social potential, we continuously need to raise more and more resources, more than ever before.
In order to continue to advance and strengthen our creative and social potential, we need to raise more funds than ever before.
We wish to:
– Work professionally and proactively with always more artists, helping them to realise, further develop and showcase their skills, knowledge and critical thinking.
– Build and expand the audience of our programs.
Make programs more accessible to the local and international public. Enable audiences to experience art in the best possible manner and in the best possible conditions.
– Enable artists to make their work and creative potential to be supported in all stages of their careers.
– Build our documentation, preserve the collection, digitise the archive and share it with a broader public.
– Include more partners in our work to build greater cooperation, more numerous exchanges and greater visibility of contemporary artists as well as to develop a better system of a constantly shifting visual arts environment.
There are many ways that you personally or your company may engage and support the work of the Institute for Contemporary Art.
For more information contact the office of the Institute for Contemporary Art:
Janka Vukmir, President
or donate to:
Institute of Contemporary Art
Trg kralja Tomislava 20, Zagreb
Erste&Steiermärkische Bank d.d.,
Jadranski trg 3A, 51000 Rijeka, Hrvatska
Amongst the donors and partners during over 25 years of our work have been also following organisations:
Soros Foundations, New York
SCCAN – Soros Centers of Contemporary Art Network
I_CAN – International Contemporary Art Network, Amsterdam
European Cultural Foundation, Amsterdam
FACE Croatia – Fund for Arts and Cultural Exchange, New York
Trust for Mutual Understanding, New York
CEC ArtsLink, New York
Residency Unlimited, New York
Erste Foundation, Vienna
Trieste Contemporanea, Trieste
Studio Tommaseo, Trieste
CEI Central European Initiative, Trieste
Agencija za mobilnost i Europske projekte, Zagreb
HT mobile, Zagreb
Zaklada HAZU, Zagreb
Zavod P.A.R.A.S.I.T.E. i Galerija P74, Ljubljana
Art radionica Lazareti, Dubrovnik
Galerija Galženica, Velika Gorica
Gliptoteka HAZU, Zagreb
Galerija Križić Roban, Zagreb
Galerija Miroslav Kraljević, Zagreb
Art Radionica Barutana i Galerija umjetnina Grada Slavonskog Broda, Sl. Brod
Galerija Balen, Slavonski Brod
Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Rijeka
Young Visual Artists Awards
ISCP – International Studio and Curatorial Program, New York
Headlands Center for the Arts, Headlands, California
City of Rijeka
City of Split
Croatian Association of Visual artists, HULU -Split
Salon Galić, Split
Galerija S, Koprivnica
…and numerous individuals very significant to us and to whom we are grateful…