Lauba

LAUBA is now a place of experience, learning, entertainment and social interaction. Let them tell you the story about contemporary art in their own way.

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You may have been wondering what the word LAUBA means... This is a very personal word for a very personal space. LAUBA stands for a circular venue and we can probably find its origin in the German word laub, which means leaves. A circular venue with tree tops barely touching was a place for games as well as competitions. To climb its trees and conquer the entire Lauba without touching the ground. This was the sacred mission. When it was achieved, there was a new impossible challenge – to make a complete round with as few cuts as possible in the shortest period of time. LAUBA has remained a synonym for initiation through a game.

LAUBA is now a place of experience, learning, entertainment and social interaction. Let them tell you the story about contemporary art in their own way.

LAUBA is a unique space in our city, there is a bistro and coffee bar at the entrance area that functions as a common meeting place for both activities.

It is active all day long, combining various forms of business, different lifestyles and working rhythms. Hence, they gave it the name People and Art House. LAUBA is a non-profit organisation, with one person employed as a chief curator Jelena Pavlinušić and eight volunteers. The program is operated by them and by freelance professionals, engaged for different projects. 

For its opening, LAUBA showed a combination of works from the LAUBA Collection and current art production. Works by the younger and middle generation of artists that have been systematically purchased by the LAUBA Collection finally got their exhibition space in the city. LAUBA presented their current work, but also served as a laboratory for art experiments and a place of cultural innovation. During its first year,  they presented LAUBA Collection.

The concept is called a Non-permanent exhibition as some of its segments changed on a monthly basis. Difference between an exhibition of the collection and temporary exhibitions is erased, they coexist and bring out the best out of each other. Artists with whom we collaborate also created parts of the program and contributed with their knowledge and skills. 

The interactive program will continue after the first year in the same way as we will continue to present freshly produced works of interesting artists. Our aim is to present and help discover new forms of artistic expression by Croatian visual artists, contribute to raising public awareness about Croatian Modern and Contemporary art, and participate in international cultural trends. 

LAUBA encourages cooperation and the exchange of knowledge and exhibitions with similar institutions in order to monitor and support the current art production in Croatia and help it join the international trends. Through creative and interesting exhibition concepts and various additional programs, LAUBA offers the general public an encounter with contemporary visual art. It is open to visiting curatorial concepts and art projects, who are invited to join us in creating the program in accordance with LAUBA’s mission.

INFORMATIONS CONCERNANT LE CORONAVIRUS

Les connus sur Zagreb

Jesse Eisenberg

Jesse Eisenberg

Jesse Eisenberg a passé l'automne 2007 à Zagreb. Zagreb est une ville étonnante. J'ai apprécié les visites des vieux quartiers de la ville, et le soir je sortais aux clubs. J'ai été ravi par le fait que cette vile se trouve près de l'Autriche et l'Italie, alors j'allais à Venise, Milan, Ljubljana, Graz, Split pour passer mes week-ends.

Source: www.vjesnik.com

Baka DJ, Ruth Flowers

Baka DJ, Ruth Flowers

Zagreb est belle, mais ce qui m'a le plus plu, ce sont ces gens. Tout le monde est sympa et abordable. Meilleurs hôtes vous ne pouviez pas rêver.

Source: Hotel Antunović Zagreb

Juliette Gréco

Juliette Gréco

Zagreb est resté dans ma mémoire comme une belle ville. Les gens que j'y ai rencontré étaient très gentils, ils m'ont offert un accueil chaleureux. Le public, lui aussi, était belle. En effet, ce concert m'était comme un beau souvenir.

Source: www.muzika.hr

Pixies

Pixies

Un grand merci au nom du groupe PIXIES pour un séjour magnifique à Zagreb! Le festival extra et un public excelllent (nous vous prions un peu moins de pluie la prochaine fois!!!). Au revoir!

Source: INmusic festival

Courtney Thorne Smith

Courtney Thorne Smith

Merci pour l'une des meilleures expériences de l'hôtel jamais. Les chambres étaient belles, le personnel excellent. Chaque instant était magnifique. Et Zagreb ... magique! Bonne chance!

Source: Esplanade Zagreb Hotel

Alex Kapranos

Alex Kapranos

Alex Kapranos (Franz Ferdinand) a écrit sur Zagreb sur son blog: http://bit.ly/nO3yin

Source: www.guardian.co.uk

 

Wolfmother

Wolfmother

Le lieu du festival et la ville de Zagreb dans laquelle nous avons passé une matinée agréable sont magnifiques.

Source: INmusic festival

Chris Urbanowicz

Chris Urbanowicz

Je me souviens du concert au festival "INmusic". Nous ne pouvons pas attendre de revoir nos fans. Je pense que ce sera très touchant.

Source: www.tportal.hr

David Byrne

David Byrne

À l'exception des collines environnantes, Zagreb est la ville idéale pour une balade à vélo. David Bryne (Talking Heads) à l'occasion de la sortie du livre "Le Journal Cycliste".

Source: www.mvinfo.hr

Melanie Fiona

Melanie Fiona

Je suis désolée de n'avoir pas eu l'occasion de rester plus longtemps et de voir un peu plus, mais le lac Jarun et ses clubs m'ont impressionné. Il a tous les éléments pour y passer un bon moment.

Source: Hotel Antunović Zagreb