Luciano Žmak

1937, Pula, Croatia – 1993, Sydney, Australia


Extern 13, 1969

Oil on canvas, 73 х 68 x 9 cm

Acquisition: Gift by the artist

Reference: 01786

Born in Prilep | 1930 – 1997

Macedonian Village, 1957

Figures in Interior, 1955

Interior, 1956

Morbid Forms, 1959

Primary Forms, 1961

Pergamena, 1962 |

Morbid Forms, 1963

Migrations, 1964

Born in Tetovo, Macedonia | 1924 – 1993

MoCA collection presents to you her terracotta artwork, entitled The Man from the Mountain, 1962, 35х22х28 cm.

1916, Pečuh, Croatia – 2003, Rijeka, Croatia


Earth and Fruits, 1961

Oil on canvas, 115 x 130 cm

Acquisition: Gift

Reference: 00017

1917, Drenova, Croatia – 2002, Zagreb, Croatia


Diagonal Form, 1969

Object, aluminium, 80 х 80 х 25 cm

Acquisition: Purchased

Reference: 02219



Vjenceslav Richter (Croatian pronunciation: [rîxter]; 8 April 1917 – 2 December 2002) was a Croatian architect. He was also known for his work in the fields of urbanism, sculpture, graphic arts, painting and stage design.

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1912, Mirna (Novo Mesto), Slovenia – 1979, Zagreb, Croatia


Vision, 1962

Linocut on paper,  52 x 73 cm

Edition: 9/10, inscription b.l. “Vizija” lin 9/10; b.r. Vilko Selan Gliha 62

Acquisition: Gift

Reference: 00107

1906, Vinkovci, Croatia – 1975, Zagreb, Croatia


Ivan Kozarec (from the Panopticon series), 1960

White plaster, 55 х 64 х 16 cm

Acquisition: Gift

Reference: 00125

1886, Zagreb, Croatia – 1974, Zagreb, Croatia


Meeting, 1957

Oil on paper, 48 x 38 cm

Acquisition: Gift

Reference: 00045



Oskar Herman (1886–1974) was a Croatian-Jewish painter. He was one of the group of Croatian artists known as the Munich Circle, who had a strong influence on modern art in Croatia.

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1936, Duga Resa, Croatia – 2005, Krapinske Toplice


Certain Quantity 2, 1965/1982

Screen-print on paper, 52 x 50 cm

Edition: 75/140; inscription b.l. 75/140 1965/82; b.r. Šutej

Acquisition: Gift by the artist

Reference: 03361



Miroslav Šutej (29 April 1936 – 13 May 2005) was a Croatian avant-garde painter and graphic artist. He studied painting at the Academy of Fine Arts Zagreb and was an associate in Krsto Hegedušić’s master’s workshop. Since 1970, Šutej has been a professor at the Academy. Šutej became a full member of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts in 1997. Šutej was the designer of the modern Croatian flag as well as the banknotes for the Croatian kuna, the Croatian coat of arms, and the jersey pattern of Croatia’s national football team.

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1901, Petrinja, Croatia – 1975, Zagreb, Croatia 


The Three from Hamburg, 1967

Mixed media on canvas, 130 x 120 cm

Acquisition: Purchase

Reference: 01712



Krsto Hegedušić (26 November 1901 – 7 April 1975) was a Croatian painter, illustrator and theater designer. His most famous paintings depict the harsh life of the Croatian peasantry in the manner of naive art. He was one of the founders of the Earth Group.

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