Fans of selfies have gotten their own little oasis with the opening of the first Selfie Museum in Serbia. This concept, oriented to younger generations that enjoy uploading their photos to social networks, exists in around 20 cities of the world. The one in Serbia is located at 155 Jurija Gagarina Street in New Belgrade.
The exhibition is open until February 24.
It consists of over 20 installations created by Jelena Obrenovic Damnjanovic. The imaginatively designed spaces will satisfy even the most demanding visitors, who can take selfies in a dark prison cell with bars, a white bathtub with golden balls, on the bottom of the sea, with optical illusions, in the clouds, on the top of a building...
– The exhibit is adapted to Instagram, where members of all generations can make their own little artworks, funny photos and video clips, display their creativity and have fun – said the PR Sanja Radan.
The Selfie Museum is open each working day from 1 pm to 10 pm and on weekends from 10 am to 10 pm. A ticket costs RSD 300.
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