Museum of Naïve and Marginal Art (MNMA)

Museum of Naïve and Marginal Art (MNMA), Jagodina, Serbia is a specialized institution, unique in our country, with a special program of museum protection of naïve and marginal art works by collecting, systematizing through the museum documentation, studying, exhibiting and publishing. It was founded in 1960 in Jagodina. Since its foundation, the Museum has organized more than 600 exhibitions, catalogues, monographs. Today MNMA is international in its character with more that 3500 works (paintings, sculptures, drawings and graphics) and about 400 artists from 1930s to the present day. There are the works from Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Macedonia, the Republic of Srpska, Bulgaria, Brazil, Denmark, Hungary, Germany, Italy, Iran, Cyprus, Slovakia, Russia, Belarus, Sweden, Turkey, French etc. among which are numerous representative works by our and worldly classics of naïve and marginal art. The most significant result of long lasting efforts and activities of MNMA is the fact that many deep-rooted dilemmas and illusions about the specific field of naïve and marginal art have been explained. Nowadays, wider artistic audience is obviously more aware of the extraordinary artistic potentials, high artistic achievements and truly creative energy in the most valuable works. In addition, naïve and marginal art is properly viewed and evaluated as a constituent of contemporary, equal to academic art within the professional circles. Working hours: Tuesday-Friday, 10.00 a.m – 5.00 p.m (exept Monday) Saturday and Sundy: 11.00 - 3:00 p.m. Address: Boška Đuričića 10, 35000 Jagodina Tel.: +381 35 8223 419 e-mail: web: