Danijel Babić –

Works 2002-2017.



May 2017. at 8 p.m.

Gallery N: The Museum of Contemporary Art Vojvodina

Duration: May 26 – July 1, 2017.

Curator: Vladimir Mitrović

MSUV large gallery will host the exhibition of Babić’s paintings, billboards presented as large format paintings, prints and scetches for murals, drawings, posters and catalogs of individual exhibitions, as well as book covers, publications and journals featuring his works.

Danijel Babić  © All rights belong to the artist.

The exhibition will present the opportunity for the public to get acquainted with recent works and creative activity of one of the most active protagonists of Novi Sad painting scene, who, with his quality and dynamics shows an original example of the return of the figurative painting in the contemporary Serbian art.

After some sixty-odd individual exhibitions in various gallery and other spaces, this event will feature Babić’s works from the last decade and his newest large format paintings originated exclusively for this occasion. For the duration of the exhibition, MSUV will organize expert guided exhibition tours on occasion accompanied by the main curator and the artist himeself. Every 50th visitor will receive a signed catalog, and every 100th an original serigraphy by Danijel Babić.

During the exhibition, professional guidance will be provided, occasionally with the presence of artists and curators.

Accompanying events: “An Artist Also Works on Weekends,” “Be A Curator,” meetings with the artist, guided exhibition tours, children’s workshops.

Danijel Babić PRESS

Danijel Babić FOTO

The artist works on weekends on June 10, Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

The action itself examines how a contemporary viewer can change, enhance or modify one exhibition setting.

Workshop for children: We paint on the motives of the artists on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. – 14 p.m.

The practice of work with children and younger population is constantly present in MSUV. On this occasion, girls and boys of different ages in front of them, as a motive for painting works, will have a modern artist of contemporary sensibility, so their view of Babić’s painting will be interesting.