Izložba Nataše Kupljenik, 21. februar u 19.30 u Knjižnici Škofljica
Slikarka i pesnikinja Nataša Kupljenik otvara vrata svog ateljea za javnost u okviru manifestacije Otvoreni ateljei (Odprti ateljei) u organizaciji Javnog kulturnog sklada Slovenije, 14. maja od 14h do 18h.
“Pustolovine pećinskog patuljka Perkmandlca“ u Ljubljani
Interview with Damir Domitrović.
This project by Vladimir Perić, a multimedia artist, has been developed since 2006 as a specific museological and artistic practice focused on childhood objects. He was later joined by Milica Perić, a curator and art historian,. The interview with Milica Perić about the Museum of Childhood, conducted by Biljana Žikić.
An exibiton of artists from Belgrade in Dubrovnik: Ana Adamović, Ah, Ahilej, Boris Burić, Doplgenger, Srđan Keča, Goranka Matić, Vladimir Miladinović, Jelena Mijić, Andrea Palašti, Grupa Škart, Igor Hofbauer & Bora Ćosić. Zorana Đaković Minniti in Žarka Radoja are the authors of the exhibition.
An interview with Sandra Dukić, the first feminist artist active in public life of the Republika Srpska, regarding her performance “You Made Your Bed, Now Lie in It” on the Mesto Žensk (City of Women) Festival, on 5 October 2015, conducted by Tamara Raftović Loštrek.
The Museum of Contemporary Art Belgrade presents the solo exhibition of Slovenian’s artist Jasmina Cibic “Tear Down and Rebuild” September 11th at 7 p.m. at Salon MSU (Pariska 14, Beograd).
When do ethics become more important than aesthetics? How to believe in a utopia that art can heal and change the world? Can a cooperative movement save the world from a disaster? These are the questions with which a group of artists have been grappling for over 20 years, resisting the political and social environment in Serbia by way of subversive artistic practices.
Author: Darka Radosavljević Vasiljević