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[PHOTOS] Abandoned Zagreb Park Turned into Unique Open Air Art Museum

Pimp My Pump association in collaboration with street art studio Lapo Lapo are revitilising an abandoned park in the centre of Zagreb which will turn into an open air art museum with a fun programme over the summer…

Art Park, located between Tomić street and Strossmayer promenade in the heart of downtown Zagreb, will be home to a summer festival from June to September thanks to the revamp by a group of well known local artists such as Lonac, Lunar, Artez, Linnch, Bare, Modul and Džedaj.

Festivities kick off this weekend on 12 June 2016 with a gathering at the park from 3-9 pm. This event opens the season which will feature a number of workshops, projections, exhibitions and other happenings throughout the summer in the Croatian capital.

For more info about this unique open air art museum park and the summer schedule of events check out the Facebook page of Pimp my Pump: https://goo.gl/gPn4ky and Lapo Lapo: https://www.facebook.com/Lapo-Lapo-992809430757561/?fref=ts


All photos by Silvio Lončarić


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