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Museum of Contemporary Art
Ušće 10, blok 15, Belgrade

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Salon of the Museum of Contemporary Art
14 Pariska St., Belgrade

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Gallery-Legacy of Milica Zorić & Rodoljub Čolaković

2 Rodoljuba Čolakovića St, Belgrade

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Entrance to the Legacy is free of charge.

Painters / Warriors / Witnesses, Gallery of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts

Programme | 01.02.2017

Miloš Golubović, Farewell, my children, 1915/1916, (collection Museum of Contemporary Art Belgrade)


Painters / Warriors / Witnesses

Exhibition of Works by Painters and Photographers in the Serbian Army, On the occasion of marking the centenary of World War I

Gallery of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts (35, Knez Mihailova St.)

February 1 – April 2, 2017 (opening of the exhibition on Wednesday, February 1st at 7 p.m.)

Head of Project: Žana Gvozdenović

Head of segment on war photographs: Milena Marjanović

Exhibition design by Nenad Marković 


Painters / Warriors / Witnesses is a research and exhibition project featuring over 100 paintings of official war painters and an almost equal number of photographs by official photographers in the Serbian Army. The exhibition will also include the works of war correspondents and photo-amateurs, women painters, volunteer nurses, as well as the works of other artists who were participants in the war, either as conscripts or volunteers.

This exhibition illustrates the broad, diverse and dynamic Serbian art scene of the mid-1920s, built on impossible paradox. In the midst of destruction and desperation there occurred an artistic flourishing of a specific style of Serbian Impressionism – a painting style born in exile that reached its pivot. 

The exhibition will showcase the works from numerous museum and archival collections, such as: the Museum of Contemporary Art, Military Museum, Museum of the City of Belgrade, the National Museum in Smederevska Palanka, the Institute for the Preservation of Monuments of the City of Belgrade, the National Library of Serbia, Library of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, the “Svetozar Marković” University Library, the “Matica Srpska” Gallery in Novi Sad, National Museum Šabac and National Museum in Belgrade, as well as Imperial War Museum London and Milwaukee Art Museum. 

The exhibition is divided into seven segments: Preceding Events: Modernism, Farewell, my children…, Exodus, “My Sun, Whither do you Set?”, The Thessaloniki Atelier / Thessaloniki, Nurses / Painters / Witnesses and The Salonica front, and the visitor is gradually introduced to the theme and its profound drama. A separate segment consists of photographs divided into nine smaller sections: the first emphasizes the most representative images, followed by photographs of the bombing; crimes; evacuation and retreat; the life of the soldier; the army and charges; death; liberation; portraits. 

The display at the SASA Gallery will encompass the works of Nadežda Petrović, Kosta Miličevića, Mališa Glišića, Milan Milovanović, Miloš Golubović, Vladimir Becić, Vasa Eškićević, Vasa Pomorišac, Paško Vučetić, Živorad Nastasijević, Natalija Cvetković, Mihailo Milovanović, Velјko Stanojević, Dragomir Glišić and others. The exhibition will also showcase the photographs made by Vladimir Becić, Miloje Igrutinović, Risto Šuković, Rista Marjanović, Stanislav Krakov, Đorđe Stanojević, Andra Popović, Dragolјub Pavlović, Jovan Lovčević, and photographs shot by foreigners such as Catharina Sturzenegger, Archibald Reiss, Samson Čarnov, Ariel Varges and André Taponier. 

A virtual tour through the exhibition is available at the link.