VISUAL ARTS WEEK / 25 September – 1 October 2023

Featured Events


26 / IX / – 3 / X / District, Menza
Exhibition of photographs by Vladimir Veličković

26 / IX / 7 p.m. / CS Barka
Opening of the exhibition by Aleksandar Bajunović

29 / IX / 7 p.m. / CS Svilara
Opening of the exhibition The Best of the World Naïve Art exhibition

30 / IX – 30 / X / 7 p.m. /  District, Radionica
Opening of the ‘On the Path of Serbian Art 1923 – 2023: From Konjović to Marina Abramović’ exhibition


The programmes with the date change from the Applied Arts Week:

30 / IX / 7 p.m. / District, Proizvodnja
Opening of the Srce installation, umetnice Milijane Komad
30/ IX / 7 p.m. / District
Opening of the exhibition Duh Mesta: Prvi Vek Distrikta

Partner of the Kaleidoscope of culture is Erste Bank


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During the visual arts week, the audience has an opportunity to enjoy the programmes dedicated to the rich cultural heritage and contemporary visual art. Visitors witness a different concept of presenting visual art through new art media and forms.

In the title year of the European Capital of Culture, the main events of the visual arts week were a large exhibition dedicated to one of the most significant Serbian painters of the 20th century and a representative of Serbian modernism in European painting – ‘Sava Šumanović and European Realism of Two World Wars’, as well as the first independent retrospective exhibition by Dragoljub Raša Todosijević, one of our most prominent conceptual artists and representatives of Serbia at the Venice Biennale of Contemporary Art.

So far, the week of visual arts has featured a monograph and an exhibition of Vladimir Veličković’s works, the programme ‘From Sava to Sava – Private Collections by the Gallery of Matica Srpska’, a photography exhibition by the famous French photographer Félix Nadar and other exciting events.