Celebrating the start of the 2013 academic year at Accademia del Lusso, together with designers Danijela Božić, Marija Ignjatović, Tamara Dragić and Zorana Jovanović.
Collection of sculptures created over the last four years in Belgrade was featured in a solo exhibition at Progres Gallery in the heart of the city’s famous Knez Mihailova pedestrian zone. The exhibition featured pieces inspired by his experiences in the Serbian capital, from the universal (the overpowering wind that consumes the city in winter, “Koshava,” inspired the sculpture of the same name) to the personal (“Year of the Horse,” referring to the Chinese zodiac, was inspired by daughter Lena’s birth in 2014). The exhibition opened with remarks by Dimitrije Chudov, the first president of the Society of Macedonian Artists in Belgrade, and Vera Jovanovska-Tipko, Ambassador of Macedonia to Serbia. Wonderful photographs of the exhibition taken by Milan Kralj can be seen here.
Speaking at Serbian actor Ivan Bekjarev’s jubilee event “Ivan Bekjarev, 50 Years of Acting,” a celebration of Bekjarev’s career in film, television and theater. A portrait of Bekjarev, commissioned by the actor, was featured as part of an exhibition marking the occasion. Read more here (in Serbian).
“Sirogojno Embroidery” is now on display at the Open-Air Museum in Sirogojno. The sculpture was created with the help of alumni of the American – Serbia and Montenegro Youth Leadership Exchange program (A-SMYLE) and staff of American Councils for International Education in Southeast Europe.
The Society of Macedonian Artists in Serbia held their first exhibition at the National Museum in Panchevo, Serbia, in honor of the Macedonian national holiday “Ilinden”.
Bust of King Samuel is now on display in the city park in Strumica, Macedonia!
The Society of Macedonian Artists in Serbia opened an exhibition in the haunting underground space of the Residence of Princess Ljubica (Konak Kneginje Ljubice) in Belgrade. Click here to watch a report on the event (in Macedonian).
Presentation of portrait of Macedonian Ambassador to Serbia Ljubisha Georgievski, a gift from the Macedonian community in Serbia to honor his retirement after 55 years as a writer, director, professor and diplomat. Read more here or watch Radiotelevizija Vojvodina’s coverage here (both in Macedonian)!