Milan Mumin, frontman of the famous band ‘Love Hunters’ and winner of October award, left a significant mark on the (sub)culture of Novi Sad.
Within the programme ‘Book Evenings by Milan Mumin’, the audience will find out more about poetry books ‘The Not-No Songs’ and ‘Fanatic’, by reading poetry in English and Serbian, enjoying the gig and discussion with Zlata Miki.
Shuttling between Novi Sad and New York, Mumin is considered to be the so-called ambassador of Novi Sad culture. In addition to numerous performances with his band, studio, video and live albums, Mumin already has theatre music, such ‘Miss Julie’ by Strindberg, as well as the movie about musician’s New York days called ‘Love Hunter’, which was presented by the famous ‘Times’ magazine.
Interesting biography and Mumin’s talent left a trace in collections of poems that will be presented to audience in the Caravan Cultural Station on 24 September.
The event is being implemented within the third Kaleidoscope of Culture in Novi Sad, which, as the project of culture of togetherness that lasts throughout the year, presents programmes and places across the city at the end of summer, thus creating a unique picture of diversity in Novi Sad. From 4 September until 9 October, within five weeks and five types of art, all citizens will be creating their kaleidoscope of culture, which is the proof that this is a city that ‘lives’ culture.