Imagine yourself walking around the Old Town of Sarajevo overwhelmed by the smell of the well-known čevapčići and other local food. Your eyes are getting tired of the colours and all those traditional souvenirs. Your feet are getting tired of walking through the crowd. Soon, you find yourself in front of the Sarajevo City Hall. You think to yourself: “Alright, I’ll do just this one more thing and my soul needs a break.” All of a sudden, your attention is drawn to something completely different – the art gallery GSU Brodac!
This gallery is a small space that sucks you in with all its charm and makes you feel like you’ve entered another dimension. It exudes enthusiasm and an air of tranquillity. Exactly what you needed!
The artists there will welcome you and gladly answer your questions, simply because they are on a mission to promote the country’s contemporary art scene. It’s likely for you to see the face of the founder, young visual artist Mak Hubjer there. GSU Brodac is the place where you can meet the youth of Sarajevo and Bosnia-Herzegovina that stands against despotism and youth indifference. They appreciate the power of having an opinion of your own and they’re excited to share their work and thoughts with the world.