MSUV Official site Sat, 27 Nov 2021 16:42:52 +0000 en-US hourly 1 EVROVIZION.CROSSING STORIES AND SPACES Wed, 17 Nov 2021 14:46:19 +0000 Museum of Contemporary Art Vojvodina: Galerije N&S
Opening: 26th November 2021 at 07.00PM with Ivana Ivković performance
Duration: 26th November 2021 to 27th February 2022
Sanja Kojić Mladenov, Sabina Klemm




November 2021 at 7PM

Galleries N&S: The Museum of Contemporary Art Vojvodina

Opening of the exhibition: 26th November 2021 at 07.00PM with Ivana Ivković performance

Duration: 26th November 2021 to 27th February 2022

Sanja Kojić Mladenov, Sabina Klemm

Nevin Aladağ, Igor Bošnjak, Vajiko Chachkhiani, Lana Čmajčanin, Johanna Diehl, Petrit Halilaj, Ivana Ivković, Janine Jembere, Vladimir Miladinović, Henrike Naumann, Emilija Škarnulytė, Selma Selman, Slavs and Tatars, Adnan Softić

Project partners: Museum of Contemporary Art Vojvodina, Novi Sad; ifa (Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen), Stuttgart and Goethe-Institute in Serbia, Belgrade

Guided tour of the exhibition: 27th November 2021 at 12.00

Participants: Sanja Kojić Mladenov, Igor Bošnjak, Vajiko Chachkhiani, Lana Čmajčanin, Ivana Ivković, Vladimir Miladinović, Adnan Softić

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The co-creative exhibition EVROVIZION.CROSSING STORIES AND SPACES by ifa (Instutut für Auslandsbeziehungen) explores the current social and political situation in Europe and the idea of a European identity. The focus is on less visible and marginalised geopolitical and cultural spaces, in particular in southeast and eastern Europe. These are so-called semiperipheries and places of diversity that often play only a minor role in many international theoretical discourses and exhibition practices.

Artists from each of the 12 stations will join and continue the tour together with the others and thus change the space within the exhibition, open new topics and ask new questions for reflection, all the way to the last stations in Berlin where, through all these processes and changes, perhaps a different Europe from the usual one will be presented.

The goal of the exhibition is pointing out the current socio-political orders and illuminating the specific impulses of certain places, in order to generate a continuous development of space for dialogue. The exhibition title EVROVIZION is a construct made of similar and yet still different languages – Eurovisione / Evrovizija / Евровизия – a fusion of potential unities; a free version of potential togetherness.

The co-creative exhibition EVROVIZION.CROSSING STORIES AND SPACES by ifa (Instutut für Auslandsbeziehungen) explores the current social and political situation in Europe and the idea of a European identity

The artists and art collectives participating in the exhibition explore very different current socio-political issues in their works: the question of origin, personal and collective identity, history and mythology, the politics of memory and archiving, a critical view of neoliberalism, colonialism and nationalism, ruling stereotypes and the positions of the other and the different in relation to the socially dominant.

The exhibition also includes a traveling library, available to all visitors to the exhibition, a web presentation of the project and the MAGAZINE PRE-ISSUE which contains initial information about the project. Also, in each city of the presentation, a new issue of the magazine will be conceived, including EUROVISION.CROSSING NOVI SAD – realized with local partners and through the coverage of all additional contents and events of the project in Novi Sad. Eventually, a collection of different magazines is expected, as a specific “travel archive”.

During the presentation of the exhibition, November 26th 2021 – February 27th 2022, several accompanying programs will be held in Novi Sad, while in February 2022, an exhibition by the artist Henrika Nauman will be realized at the gallery of the Goethe-Institute Exchange Office in Belgrade.

EVROVIZION.CROSSING STORIES AND SPACES is an exhibition by ifa (Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen) and is organized in Novi Sad in cooperation with the Museum of Contemporary Art Vojvodina and the Goethe-Institut Serbia. The exhibition is part of the Novi Sad – European Capital of Culture program.

The Institute for International Relations in Culture from Germany, ifa (Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen), conceives, promotes and realizes exhibitions on fine arts, design and architecture around the world; from Bauhaus history to contemporary art practice and contemporary photography. This artistic and cultural exchange is initiated by the ifa art department with its programs at the gallery in Stuttgart and the gallery in Berlin, its traveling exhibitions, its support of artists, exhibition funding, as well as programs for biennials and conferences. Ifa organisation is the oldest German intermediary organization for international relations in culture, supported by the Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Federal Republic of Germany, the state of Baden-Württemberg and its capital Stuttgart.

Exhibition stations:

Sarajevo / BA, Novi Sad / RS, Nicosia / CY, Athens / GR, Varna / BG, Tbilisi / GE, Chisinau / MD, Brussels / BE, Krakow / PL, Kaliningrad / RU, Vilnius / LT, Berlin / DE


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September 2021.

Kino Room: The Museum of Contemporary Art Vojvodina

Duration: Tuesday, September 7th 2021, 8.00 – 10.00PM

The Centre for Intermedia and Digital Art of the Museum of Contemporary Art Vojvodina, during the opening of the central exhibition of the Danube Dialogues Festival, SOCIETY AND ART IN A FORCED REALITY, which is part of the Novi Sad Garden of Ars Electronica festival, organizes a POP-UP video presentation of the Slovenian art duo PLATEAU RESIDUE, consisting of Eva Pavlič Seifert and Aljaž Celarc. The presentation will be shown at the Kino Room of MSUV, followed by music created for the project by Domen Učakar under the creative name LIFECUTTER.

PLATEAURESIDUE. SUB PERSONA © All rights belong to the artist.

Sub Persona is a project that explores the importance and ethics of human forest management. It emphasizes the shared responsibility of all people to use modern methods to examine the intertwining of forest ecosystems and to develop sustainable management methods that take into account the simultaneous ecosystem, economic, recreational, and cultural functions of the forest that people too often take for granted. This project encourages reflection on human attitudes towards the environment and its changes in the contemporary world through sensory perception.

The event is realized in cooperation with MMC KIBLA from Maribor and the contemporary art festival Danube Dialogues.

P L A T E AU R E S I D U E is an imaginary identity of the artistic duo Aljaž Celarc (graduate geographer [Faculty of Arts] and master of photography [AKV St. Joost, NL]) and Eva Pavlič Seifert (graduate art historian [Faculty of Arts] and MA in Visual Culture [Aalto University, FI]). Their works deal with landscape ecology and new media and are looking for new ways to raise public awareness. The starting point of their artistic production is video installations. In their video works, they apply voice to project participants and collaborators, natural forms such as rocks, air, organisms, and other sets of substances, which they reorganize into new material forms and new media systems. They presented their works in most major art institutions in Slovenia. For their work in 2019, they received the Tesla Award of the Museum of Transitional Arts MoTA and participated in exhibitions abroad. Eva and Aljaž have been living and working in Novi Kot since 2019, in the hinterland of the forests of Gorski Kotar and Snežnik, where they designed the Hiša Mandrova/Mandrova House project in 2020. They are dedicated to creating, regenerative self-sufficiency, manual woodworking, and reviving the area’s building heritage in question.

Lifecutter: Sub Persona

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Zoran Janjetov: Antibody Tue, 27 Jul 2021 09:22:13 +0000 The post Zoran Janjetov: Antibody appeared first on MSUV.


Zoran Janjetov: Antibody … PUBLICATION

Zoran Janjetov: Antibody

Works 1979-2021

Published by: Museum of Contemporary Art Vojvodina 21000 Novi Sad, Dunavska 37

Executive Publisher: Branislava Sekulić

Editor: Vladimir Mitrović

Texts by: Vladimir Mitrović, Alejandro Jodorowsky, Ilija Bakić, Momčilo Rajin, Zoran Đukanović, Zoran Stefanović

Translation: Nikolina Nedeljkov, Ivana Krgović

Proof reading: Silvija Čamber

Design: Zoran Janjetov, Mirjana Dušić

Print: SP print, Novi Sad

Print run: 300

ISBN 978-86-6333-069-6

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Transformatorium | Rena Raedle & Vladan Jeremic Thu, 29 Apr 2021 07:58:27 +0000 The post Transformatorium | Rena Raedle & Vladan Jeremic appeared first on MSUV.




June 2021. at 7 p.m.

Gallery N: The Museum of Contemporary Art Vojvodina

Duration: June 04 – July 24, 2021.

Curator: Maja Ciric

From June 4 until July 4 2021, Rena Raedle & Vladan Jeremic’s exhibition titled “Transformatorium” will be on display in the Museum of Contemporary Art of Vojvodina in Novi Sad. The curator of the exhibition is Maja Ciric.

The exhibition is articulated in three units and presents artistic interventions and research conducted by the artists within the last seven years to the public. The first room contains documentary materials from their interventions in Norway, Croatia, Albania, Serbia, North Macedonia, Austria and Estonia, while the second room hosts a collection of the transformative tools, props and objects that served the artists in their exploration of the ‘use value’ of art. The installation of drawings and specially designed benches in the public park between the Museum of Vojvodina and MSUV adds a third aspect of their work to this show.

A publication with texts by Maja Ciric, Corina L. Apostol and Rena Raedle will be issued, containing a record of works with descriptions.

In times of multiple crisis, with the conditions of everyday reality fundamentally changing, Rena Raedle and Vladan Jeremic expose the contradictions of their own practice to the public and propose a radical model for (self)evaluation: Do their artistic practice succeed in moving beyond the aesthetic, having a lasting effect on non-artistic surroundings? By means of this line of questioning, the public is invited to assess the potential of each work. With their dose of satirical humor, Rena and Vladan do not refrain from the assumption that our world can be changed.

Rena Raedle & Vladan Jeremic are Belgrade-based artists whose research-oriented work comprises installations and artistic interventions in public space. In their collaborative practice, Rena & Vladan explore the relation between art and politics, unveiling the contradictions of today’s societies. They use techniques that are easy to reproduce and distribute such as drawing and prints, and simple materials such as textile, cardboard and wood, and they insist on their artistic production’s use value and social & ecological awareness. They develop the transformative potentials of art in the context of social struggles and in collaboration with social movements. They have recently exhibited at Brooklyn Museum, New York; Creative Time Summit, Miami; Museum of Contemporary Art Metelkova, Ljubljana; Moscow Museum of Modern Art; Museum of Contemporary Art, Skopje; Galleria del Progetto, Milano; Intercultural museum, Oslo; 56th October Salon, Belgrade; EKKM, Tallinn; Autostrada Biennale, Prizren; Politics of Dissonance in the framework of Manifesta 12, Palermo; < rotor >, Graz; Borey Art Center, St. Petersburg and the Museum of Yugoslavia, Belgrade. The official website of the artists:

A publication with texts by Maja Ciric, Corina L. Apostol and Rena Raedle will be issued, containing a record of works with descriptions.


The program will be organized in compliance with current safety and distancing measures.

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MISSING STORIES. Forced Labour under Nazi Occupation. An Artistic Approach Thu, 11 Mar 2021 11:59:25 +0000 The post MISSING STORIES. Forced Labour under Nazi Occupation. An Artistic Approach appeared first on MSUV.



March 2021 at 7 p.m.

Gallery N and S: The Museum of Contemporary Art Vojvodina

Duration: March 11th – April 30th 2021.

“MISSING STORIES. Forced Labour under Nazi Occupation. An Artistic Approach” is a joint artistic project initiated by the Goethe-Institut in Serbia with the support of the EVZ foundation. Five curators (Thomas Elsen, PhD – The Art Collections and Museums of Augsburg: H2 – The Centre for Contemporary Art, Augsburg, Sanja Kojić Mladenov, PhD – The Museum of Contemporary Art Vojvodina, Novi Sad, Una Popović – The Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade, Adela Demetja – Tirana Art Lab, Tirana, Natalija Vujošević – Institute for Contemporary Art, Cetinje) carefully selected ten artists from Serbia, Montenegro, Albania and Germany to join the project and to deal artistically with its main theme – forced labour in the Third Reich.

The topic of forced labour during the German occupation of the Balkans is seldom tackled in collective memory – the relevant documentation is scant, public events or debates dealing with the topic are rare, and this sad chapter of European history is left out in history classes and textbooks. On the other hand, numerous families remember the fate of their ancestors who were engaged in forced labour in Nazi Germany during the occupation, be it in factories, labour camps or agricultural work. Owing to this, the destinies of the forced labourers are also present in the individual memories of the current generation, with artists and intellectuals approaching them in a special way.

The artists participating in the project are: Burkhard Schittny (Germany), Christian Hörl (Germany), Aleksandar Zograf (Serbia), Milorad Mladenović (Serbia), diSTRUKTURA (Serbia), Dragan Vojvodić (Serbia), Ivan Salatić (Montenegro), Lenka Đorojević (Montenegro), Donika Çina (Albania) and Remijon Pronja (Albania). They are joined in Novi Sad by Lea Vidaković and Selman Trtovac, from Serbia.
The editor of the catalogue for the “Missing Stories” project is a famous German author Tanja Dückers.
Their works have been created through the use of different media – from photography, through paintings to audio-visual installations. The inspiration for the works of some of the artists partaking in the project stems from the experiences of their own ancestors who were engaged in forced labour in the period of the Nazi occupation.
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The aforementioned art pieces will be exhibited as part of the “Missing Stories” tour exhibition in the origin countries of the artists – Serbia (Belgrade and Novi Sad), Albania (Tirana), Montenegro (Podgorica) and Germany (Berlin and Augsburg).

For more information visit:

Facebook: Missingstories2020
Instagram: missingstories2020
Twitter: missing_stories

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Nenad Šoškić: TRANSFORMATION Tue, 15 Sep 2020 11:32:04 +0000 The post Nenad Šoškić: TRANSFORMATION appeared first on MSUV.




September 2020. at 7 p.m.

Gallery S: The Museum of Contemporary Art Vojvodina

Duration: September 30 – October 24, 2020.

Curator: Sanja Kojić Mladenov

Nenad Šoškić, a sculptor by art education, is focused on researching the border forms of this visual medium and acting in the expanded field of spatial installations and ambiences medium, with the introduction of contextuality and the dialogue with current social topics and relations, especially the mass-media, information and news.

Developing a concept with a standpoint in the analysis and questioning of the role of mass media culture today, the speed of information flow, their non-selective placement and consumeristic evaluation, he opens up a number of questions about modern society and the way it functions. He first developed a series of works dedicated to this topic in USA, at the MANA Gallery in New York, organized by ‘‘Mana Contemporary‘‘, and then at the prestigious manifestation ‘‘Art Basel‘‘ in Miami, with an exhibition titled ‘‘Transformation‘‘. Inspired to research the socio-political and cultural role that the everyday news, their frequency and, at the same time, their transiency have in the United States, he, then, continues with a series of single works and solo exhibitions in Montenegro, the space of his personal environment, as well as in the region (Novi Sad, Sarajevo, Zagreb, etc.)

Nenad Šoškić  © All rights belong to the artist.

He conceives the exhibition in Novi Sad as a site-specific installation composed of three segments which complement each other, thus creating a conceptually unique setting. The individual elements of the art work lead an active dialogue with the space of the exhibition, changing the expected relation of the rooms and the usual way of moving of the visitors through it, including them actively in communication and interaction with the changed ambience. This specific relation between the audience and the work of art is an important segment of contemporary art practice which emphasizes the importance of hypermedia, i.e. communication, contact, transfer, transmission, reception and connection between the visitor and the art work through perceptual experiences that exceed the basic visual experience through other sensory cognitions.

The presentation will be realized within the scope of the international project Risk Change supported by the European Union program Creative Europe and the Provincial Secretariat for Culture, Public Information and Relations with Religious Communities.

As the exhibition space of the Gallery S of the Museum of Contemporary Art of Vojvodina has a geometric form of a meander at its base and requires a specific zig-zag movement within three, somewhat separate spatial units, the author posed the question of possible ways of communication within it, exploring what is typical and expected, and what would be the challenge, interruption and obstacle in it, the necessary change that would open new paths and situations.

With his concept Transformation, he continued to develop artistic practice based on the application of aspects from his own social environment, autobiographical construct and current socio-political discourse, using the universally understandable language of contemporary art, using fragmentation, repetition and reduction of aesthetic expression.

The prescribed protection measures due to the pandemic caused by COVID-19 are being implemented in the MoCAV, so it is obligatory to wear protective masks, and a maximum of 30 people are allowed to stay at the same time.

Nenad Šoškić was born in 1970 in Bar, Montenegro. He graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts in Cetinje in 1994, and completed his postgraduate studies in 1996 at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Belgrade, Serbia. He is a professor at the study programme Sculpture, Faculty of Fine Arts in Cetinje. From 2008 – 2014 he was the dean of the Faculty of Fine Arts in Cetinje. From 2014 he has held the position of business director of the Centre of Contemporary Art of Montenegro in Podgorica.

He started his artistic activity by participating in the important visual events, such as:  Youth Biennale, Vršac (1994), The Cetinje Biennale, Cetinje (1994, 1997), Sculpture Triennial, Pančevo (1997), as well as exhibitions at the art institutions of the former Yugoslavia. He is a participant of many exhibitions of contemporary art of Montenegro held abroad and, in recent years, he has done significant art projects in the USA and Italy. Several of his sculptures are displayed in the public spaces in Montenegro. He is

the winner of the Montenegro Academy of Science and Art Award (2004), Milunović – Stijović – Lubarda Award, the Award of the Traditional Exhibition of ULUCG, Podgorica (2000), etc.

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Exhibition opening


Jun 15, 2018 at 8:00pm

Exhibition opening: Friday, Jun 15, 2018 at 8:00pm

Artists: Yasi Alipour, David Altmejd, Natalie Birinyi, Cecily Brown, Phong Bui, Ernesto Caivano, Nathan Catlin, Saint Clair Cemin, Aurélien Couput, Predrag Dimitrijević, Jelena Đurić, Rafael Domenech, Riaki Enyama, Ghada Amer and Reza Farkhondeh, Fab Five Freddy, Ivan Forde, Barnaby Furnas, Gandalf Gavan, Eric Guerrero, Ben Hagari, Valerie Hammond, Suzanne Herrera, Duy Hoàng, Cary Hulbert, Jasper Johns, Goran Jureša, Kurt Kemp, William Kentridge, Hedya Klein, Susanna Koetter, Nataša Kokić, Fred H.C. Liang, Kate Liebman, Nicola López, Tijana Luković, Marko Marković, Nikola Marković, Bryan McGovern Wilson, Nora Mesaroš, Dante Migone-Ojeda, Johana Moscoso, LeRoy Neiman, Brian Novatny, Jennifer Nuss, Norman Paris, Mark Perlman, Eva Petrič, Kristin Plucar, Nemanja i Vladimir Radusinović, Jessica Segall, Monika Sigeti, Shahzia Sikander, Luis Silva, Dana Sherwood, Dasha Shishkin, Kiki Smith, Dragana B. Stevanović, Emma Sulkowicz, Sarah Sze, TARWUK, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Tomas Vu, John Walker, Kara Walker, Heimo Wallner, Tommy White, Peter Wayne Lewis  and Yuan Zuo

Curators: Tomas Vu, Mirjana Dušić-Lazić

Production: Muzej savremene umetnosti Vojvodine

In association with: LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies, Columbia University of the Arts

Support: United States Embassy Serbia

In cooperation with the Museum of Contemporary Art of Vojvodina in Novi Sad, Serbia, The exhibition DRAWN (OVER) brings together the private sketches and drawings of seventy artists from around the world in an exhibition that provides a rare, revealing look into the drawing process and artists’ innermost thoughts.


The exhibition seeks to unearth a raw form of creative energy channeling the essential truth of an artist no pasteurized for public consumption. Unlike artwork created for public or commercial use, the diverse array of works included in DRAWN (OVER) will reveal an authenticity that exists in intimate spaces hidden from the public eye such as an artist’s sketchbook or studio. By focusing on the medium of drawing, the purpose of this exhibition is to showcase not the finished, polished products of traditional art exhibitions but rather the authentic, unfiltered beginning of something recorded through drawing.

Nemanja Radusinović

The concept of the Draw project began with the discovery of several sketchbooks that no one knew existed excavated from the New York studio of the late LeRoy Neiman after the artist’s passing. The stark difference between the drawings covering the pages of a sketchbook from 1949–52 compared to the characteristically jocular and proud imagery of Neiman’s “Americana” is shocking, if not jarring. Neiman himself has publicly asserted that he does not attempt to delve much beyond the surface in his work. “When I paint, I seriously consider the public presence of a person–the surface facade,” he wrote in Art and Life Style. “I am less concerned with how people look when they wake up or how they act at home. A person’s public presence reflects his own efforts at image development.” In these sketchbooks, however, gone are the prismatic and impressionistic illustrations of famous people and places. Instead, we find the murky depths of the realm of demons, mutated monsters and mythical beasts to reveal a completely diverging, hidden side of the famed artist. This discovery begs the question: how many more of these kinds of artist sketchbooks are out there? And, where does the artist go in the absence of outside pressures, expectations and interpretation?

The exhibition DRAWN (OVER) brings together the private sketches and drawings of seventy artists from around the world

To begin to answer this question about the artists’ internal dialogue, artists including Jasper Johns, Kiki Smith, Cecily Brown, William Kentridge, Sarah Sze, and Kara Walker will have their drawings displayed unconventionally as one might find them in a private studio. Works will hang from floor to ceiling in multiple groupings. Though traditional exhibitions have included sketches and studies as secondary accessories of an artist’s work, Draw engages these works as the forefront of the show. In doing so, the exhibition DRAWN (OVER) offers a glimpse into the maker’s process, a microcosm of the artist’s creative mind.

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In addition to works hanging on the walls, this exhibition will include an interactive, live-action mural titled Demonstration Drawings by Rirkrit Tiravanija that will reflect some of the most pressing political topics of our time. Reconsidering the relevance of past resistance in light of today’s political climate, Tiravanija will invite local artists and volunteers to draw onto the walls of the exhibition using photographs collected over the course of many years that depict public protests and mass demonstrations from across the globe. This live drawing will provide a perspectival view of collective action and popular sovereignty movements worldwide—turning ephemeral images of strife and social conflict into documents of political aspiration. In participating in Rirkrit’s work, volunteers become implicated in the concept of activism.

As mentioned before, the exhibition includes the works by Serbian artists: Jelena Đurić, Nataša Kokić, Tijana Luković, Nora Mesaroš, Monika Sigeti, Dragana B.Stevanović, Goran Jureša, Marko Marković, Nikola Marković and Nemanja Radusinović.

Supporting program of exhibition DRAWN (OVER)


THURSDAY, JUNE 21 at 11h

In collaboration with American Corner in Novi Sad, Museum organizes childrens workshop (11-14) “Make Your own Paper Lantern”. The workshop will be held by Angie Langdon, the volunteer from American Corner in Novi Sad. The workshop is held in English.

Limited number of participants: 15

Register at


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Back: Božidar Mandić and the Family of Clear Streams Wed, 13 Jun 2018 09:48:30 +0000 The post Back: Božidar Mandić and the Family of Clear Streams appeared first on MSUV.




Author: Nebojša Milenković


156 pages : ilustr. ; 26 cm

ISBN 978-86-6333-022-1

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Dei Leči – Works: 1957/1965. Wed, 13 Jun 2018 09:43:25 +0000 The post Dei Leči – Works: 1957/1965. appeared first on MSUV.



DEI LEČI – WORKS: 1957/1965.

Bora Vitorac i Dragoljub Pavlov

Made: Slavko Timotijević


Publisher: The Museum of Contemporary Art Vojvodina, 2015 (Belgrade : Službeni glasnik).

185 pages : fotogr. ; 26 cm

Along with the Serbian text and English translation.

ISBN 978-86-6333-021-4

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Dobanovački: After 44 Years Wed, 13 Jun 2018 09:34:43 +0000 The post Dobanovački: After 44 Years appeared first on MSUV.




Editor: Vladimir Mitrović

The contents:


Branislav Dobanovački: Posters, Illustrations, Icons, Packaging, Book Graphics, Graphic Identities (1971-2004)

Irina Subotić: Branislav Dobanovački – An Artist Of Our Time

Siniša Vidaković: 9,82m/s2 or the Dobanovački paradigm

Zagorka Radović: Forever Poster

Catalog of the Works

Dvojezični monografski katalog prateća je publikacija retrospektivne izložbe Branislava Dobanovačkog (Novi Sad, 1948) koja je pod nazivom Dobanovački: Posle 44 godine / After 44 Years održana u Muzeju savremene umetnosti Vojvodine u period od 7. do 30. aprila 2016. godine. Publikacija obuhvata širok spektar umetničkog i dizajnerskog delovanja B. Dobanovačkog od plakata, preko ilustracija, znakova, ambalaže, opreme knjiga i LP ploča do primenjene grafike i grafičkih identiteta. Monografski tekst kustosa izložbe Vladimira Mitrovića sadrži sledeća poglavlja: O umetnosti plakata; Plakati u SFRJ, Srbiji i Vojvodini; Novosadska škola kulturnog plakata; Društveni kontekst: socijalizam; Školovanje; O konkursnim uspesima; O tehnikama rada; Rad u ‘’Dnevniku’’; Ilustracije, oprema knjiga, znakovi, ambalaža i primenjena grafika; Muzika kao zadatak i inspiracija; Pozorište kao etičko lečilište; Pedagoški i društveni rad i Samostalne izložbe: prilike za novi pristup. Monografski katalog donosi i tekstove umetnikovih kolega i prijatelja (I. Subotić, S. Vidaković, Z. Radović). Knjiga sadrži 80 kolor reprodukcija plakata i ostalih radova B. Dobanovačkog


Publisher: The Museum of Contemporary Art Vojvodina, Novi Sad, 2014.

Editor: Vladimir Mitrović

(132 pages: ilustr.; 104 str., 21 x 26cm)

ISBN 978-86-6333-028-3

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