Gregor Podnar is a contemporary art gallery established in 2003. It started its activities in an abundant industrial space of the small town of Kranj surrounded by the picturesque landscape of the Carniolan Alps in Slovenia. The gallery moved in 2005 to the city centre of Ljubljana and from 2007 to 2021 it was based in Berlin, and in 2022 it moved to Vienna, Austria. As curator, Gregor Podnar has been working internationally since the mid 90s and the gallery’s program has developed out of his endeavours in the curatorial field of contemporary art. Beginning with an European focus over the last decade the gallery reached out to a wider international context (the Americas), and directed a strong part of its mission also to art of the modernist past, highlighting a natural link between contemporary and modern art. In this framework the city of Zagreb in the 60s represents a meaningful forgotten nucleus of international exchange of modern and neo-avant-garde art, and our aim is to reestablish those links. We follow, for instance, the historical and aesthetic relations between Brazilian and Croatian art of the 50s and 60s, to present compelling artistic exchanges from the past and better understand the flow of the art of today. Art of importance has always transcended beyond national borders and we believe that the art market is just one element among others to grasp this wonderful and evasive subject.