Bel Art was established in 1994 in Novi Sad (Serbia). It is engaged in organizing exhibitions, presenting and selling works of art, offering a wide range of professional service, art consultancy, publishing of art books and catalogues. It is oriented towards artists, art connoisseurs and collectioners. Special attention has been payed to international exchange and exhibition of Serbian contemporary artists abroad (Budapest, Rome, Paris, St Petersburg, New York, Toronto, Washington Geneva, Ulm, Dortmund, Norwich, Vienna, Bratislava, Tokyo…).
It exhibits the most important modern and contemporary artists together with emerging young ones. The gallery collaborates with a large number of institutions and galleries in the country and abroad. It has introduced the award for art critic Vertical (2012) and has founded major international project Danube Dialogues contemporary art festival (2013) www.danubeartfestival.com
Important exhibitions and projects: Biennale of Landscapes (1998, 2000, 2002, 2004, 2006), Contemporary Graphics of the Danube region countries (1999), Exhibition of Graphics of Francisco de Goya: Los Caprichos (2005), Andy Warhol (2006), From Picasso to Marina Abramović (2007), Art in Vojvodina Today, Painting (2008), Milan Konjović at the Crossroads of Serbian Art (2009), Laszlo Moholy Nagy (2009), Yoko-Lennon-Tito One Conceptual Action (2010). Brtka – Warhol one (im)possible contact (2011), Under the Pannonian sky – figurative art in Vojvodina, USA (New York, Washington, Chicago, Toronto 2012), Premonition Blood. Hope – art in Vojvodina 1914-2014 (Kunstlerhaus, Vienna, 2014), Culture escape: Toward a Better World, contemporary art in Serbia (Geneva, 2014, 2015) Festival of contemporary art Danube dialogues (2013, 2014, 2015, 2016). The Gallery will participate at Artmarket Budapest this October.
Represented artists: Mrđan Bajić, Jelena Bulajić , Aleksandar Bunčić, diSTRUKTURA, Milan Blanuša, Mira Brtka, Andrea Ivanović Jakšić, Tadija Janičić, Pavle Jovanović, Stevan Kojić, Nataša Teofilović, Ljubomir Vučinić, Bosiljka Zirojević Lečić, Dragan Vojvodić, Ana Vrtačnik.