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- Creative Europe Forum 2018 at the Museum of Contemporary Art / MoCAB, June 21 and 22, 2018
- Public lecture by Niels Van Tomme: The Walking Institution (The curatorial programme) / Curatorial course „What Could/Should Curating Do?“ / MoCAB, Wednesday, June 27, 2018 at 6 p.m.
- Film screening „May 68, a Strange Spring“/ Museum of Contemporary Art, 7.6.18. at 6 p.m.
- The Museum of Contemporary Art will be closed on May 9, 2018.
Guided Tour / Veljko Stanojević – A Modernist and a Classic / Čolaković Legacy / 28.03.15. at 1pmTalk programs | 28.03.2015
VELJKO STANOJEVIĆ – A Modernist and a Classic / Guided TourGallery-Legacy of Milica Zorić and Rodoljub Čolaković (2 Rodoljuba Čolakovića street)
March 28, 2015 at 1p.m.
Guided Tour and Conversation with the author of the exhibition Mišela Blanuša М. А.
The retrospective exhibition of Veljko Stanojević presents around 50 works of art from the collections of the Museum of
Contemporary Art, the National Museum, the Belgrade City Museum, the Historical
Museum of Serbia, as well as from private collections.
Stanojević (1892–1967) graduated from the Arts and Crafts
School in Belgrade in 1914 in the class of professors Ljubomir Ivanović and
Marko Murat. He took part in the First World War as a war painter and
volunteer. After the war he returned to painting and went to Paris in late 1919
where he attended the Acadẻmie de La Grande Chaumiẻre (1920-1922). At the
beginning of the fourth decade he came to Belgrade where, besides painting, he
started doing pedagogical work. One of the founders of the Association of Fine
Artists of Serbia, the Oblik group,
the Association of War Painters, as well as the Zagreb Spring Salon. From 1919 he participated in the majority of
group exhibitions in Belgrade and abroad. In Paris he exhibited at the Autumn
and Spring Salon, at the Salon des Independants, as well as with the L’Art en France group. With Yugoslav
artists he was presented in New York, Philadelphia, Boston, Chicago, Worcester,
Buffalo, London, Barcelona, Rome, Thessaloniki, Sofia and Prague. He exhibited
independently in Belgrade in 1922, 1925, 1929, 1957, 1967.