ZETA Contemporary Art CenterHekla Center, Abdyl Frashëri Street, P.31, A/4 (2nd floor, Albania
ZETA Center for Contemporary Art is a non-profit exhibition space founded in 2007 by Valentina Koça. With its 150 square-meter area on the second floor of a mixed residential and commercial building at Abdyl Frashëri Street No. 7 in the Blloku area of Tirana (zona Libri Universitar: between Santa Margherita Wine Shop and LC Waikiki Store), ZETA functions as an autonomous cultural venue for contemporary visual arts, including painting, sculpture, photography, video, installation, sound, and performance. Besides exhibitions, ZETA also hosts educational programs, workshops and discursive events, in cooperation with local and international partners. Over the last twelve years ZETA has significantly contributed to the vitality and dynamics of contemporary art scene in Tirana, most notably with regard to young Albanian artists.
As of 2018, ZETA is in charge of the Ardhje Award for Young Visual Artists from Albania.
Hours: Monday to Friday, 11AM-6PM, Saturdays 11AM-2PM. Free entrance.