Art Weekend Belgrade
10-13 October 2019
Art Weekend Belgrade is a four-day event that takes place in multiple locations in and around Belgrade and aims to promote the local contemporary art scene. The program consists of specially curated exhibitions in galleries, a conference, organized guidedart tours.
For more than two decades, the art scene of Serbia and therefore of Belgrade has been beyond the reach of the international audience. Despite decades of isolation, very complicated social and political circumstances, the scene certainly existed and was developing modestly but steadily. With the development of the independent scene, the opening of many independent cultural centers, galleries and art venues that have maintained and developed the contemporary art scene from the late 1980s till today, and with the reopening of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade has become a kind of creative hub.
"The Plate" - Exhibition Opening
16 August 2019, 7 p.m.
This August, the artists grouped under the Blatobran banner, a place for promoting applied arts, begins a series of themed exhibitions.
The first in a series will be an exhibition of author’s handmade usable and decorative plates done by Tatjana Paradjanin, Lana Tikvesa, Jovana Cavorovic, Julia Draskoci, Marija Milin, Aleksandar Vac, Bojana Ristevski Mlaker, Minja Djurdjevic, Ana Jakic Jevtovic and Nemanja Nikolic Prika.
The exhibition will be open until 1 September, every day (except on Mondays) from 12.00 hrs. – 20.00 hrs.
Exhibition Opening 19 March 2019
Solo exhibition of Ms. Gorana Stojkov at the Blatobran Gallery is the first in a series of such events under the common name “A Window to the Future”, which aims to promote and present the work of young colleagues at the beginning of their career to the wider audience.
From 19 to 28 March we will present a series of works by Gorana Stojkov titled “Intuitively,” a set of several fine arts, drawings, collages and ceramics. The original idea of the project is based on the unification of visual elements aimed at presenting a spiritual story of intuitive attraction. The streamlined shapes and the contrasts of the surfaces carry in themselves a duality reflected in the weakness and the brutal force, the refined and the elemental, almost primitive. The purified simplicity, which is at the same time rich and layered, a dance of the opposites entangled in continuous attraction and rejection, forms a basis of the poetics of these drawings and sculptures and their magical amazement.
Ms. Gorana Stojkov was born in Nis in 1993. She graduated from the Faculty of Applied Arts in Belgrade in 2018 in the class of Professor Ms. Lane Tikvesa, the ceramics department.
Exhibition Opening 19 May 2018
We are inviting you to the opening of ‘Oasis’ exhibition of vases by Serbian ceramic artists at Blatobran Gallery, 38 Gospodar Jevremova Str., Belgrade
The exhibition will be opened until 27 May, from 12.00 hrs until 20.00 hrs, every day, except on Monday.