Poreč Annale is the oldest Croatian group exhibition of contemporary visual arts, taking place every year since 1961 with the aim of presenting the latest trends in the visual arts scene in Croatia and worldwide. It opens in mid-June and lasts throughout the high season, offering an insight into the current state of contemporary art. Over the last couple of decades it has embraced the so-called curatorial platform concept, according to which the curators are asked to create an exhibition based on a particular theme, such as: Art and the City, Current Trends in Contemporary Landscape Paintings, Embracing the Minimalist Approach, Mystification, etc. Among the artists whose works have been presented so far are Andy Warhol, Joseph Beuys, Aleksandar Srnec, Ivan Picelj, Dušan Džamonja, Vanessa Beecroft, Dalibor Martinis, and many others. It usually takes place at the Istrian Parliament Hall, a building of historic importance serving as a venue for exhibitions and multimedia events.