The Gallery, located in a neoclassical two-store building (once the Noblemen Casino, in the old Lodge) is in the central Tartini Square, and was completely renovated in 2012 by a project of the architect Boris Podrecca. The civic gallery is the main exhibition site of Piran Coastal Galleries and is intended for
the most relevant and demanding projects and productions. It is also the institutional site of Piran Coastal Galleries.
Tartinijev trg 3, 6330 Piran
Herman Pečarič Gallery
The renovated building facing the sea dates back to the period between the 19th and the 20th century and was originally a tailor’s shop. The gallery opened in 1999 and preserves more than 150 paintings, drawings and prints of Istrian landscapes that the local artist Herman Pečarič (1908-1981) bequeathed to the municipality of Piran. The first Eoor hosts a selection of his artworks, whereas the ground Eoor is dedicated to temporary exhibitions and cultural events.
Leninova ulica 2, 6330 Piran
Monfort Gallery is positioned on the promenade connecting Piran and Portorož. The building dates back to the first half of the 19th century, and was formerly utilized as a salt warehouse, one of the few existing in Slovenia. It is the largest exhibition space of the Coastal Galleries, and thus it is often
exploited to put the larger art installations on show
Obala 8, 6320 Portorož
The Loža Gallery is situated on the =rst Eoor of the city lodge. The building, erected during the 15th century according to the haracteristic Venetian Gothic style, is located on the main square of the city centre, facing the Praetorian Palace. The gallery built its reputation in the international art scene as a pivotal painting institution, organizing retrospectives and contemporary exhibitions of Slovene and international artists.
Titov trg 1, 6000 Koper
Meduza Gallery is the smallest exhibition site of Piran Coastal Galleries, yet has the longest continuous activity. Since 1972 occupies one of the most animated streets of Koper and is primarily destined to exhibit emerging artists and innovative projects. It has been the first gallery to devote itself to the commerce of artworks in former Yugoslavia, which distinguished its activity for a long time.
Čevljarska ulica 34, 6000 Koper