ArtistRepresenting Artists of Bel Art Gallery
graduated from the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad (1982) and obtained his master graphics at the Academy (2002). He was the editor of visual art program in Cultural Centre of Novi Sad and art magazine Polja. He is assistant professor at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad (2005). He lives in Novi Sad.
The field of artistic interests: painting, graphics, video, installation, work in situ.
graduated from the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad (1999), master’s degree at the same Academy (2003). Since 2000 he has worked as an associate of the Center for Contemporary Culture “Concordia” in Vrsac, from 2004 he was employed as an assistant at the Department of Painting of the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad, and since 2009 he became an associate professor. He lives in Novi Sad.
The field of artistic interests: painting, installations.
Bosiljka Zirojević Lečić
(Novi Sad, 1971)
graduated from the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad (1994), section painting. Postgraduate studies at the same Academy (2000). He is a member of the art group “Multiflex”. Working at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad as Professor of Painting. She lives in Novi Sad.
graduated from the department of painting at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad (2012). Postgraduate studies continued at the City and Guilds of London Art School in Britain (2013). She used the scholarship World Learning Scholar at Minnesota State University Mankato, USA, (2012). She has won numerous awards (Great Britain, Canada, USA, Russia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Serbia). She lives and works in London and Vrbas.
Milica Milićević (1979) and Milan Bosnić (1969)
have studied and graduated from the Department of Painting, Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Arts in Belgrade. Since 2005 they are working on joint projects as artistic couple called diSTRUKTURA. Artistic ideas are expressed in various media, mostly photography, painting, drawing and video. They live and work in Belgrade and have exhibited in Serbia, Austria, Netherlands, Germany, Slovenia and Finland. Their works are in private, public and corporate collections including; Museum of the City of Belgrade, Wiener Städtische collection, Telenor collection and Environment Consulting Art Collection from Ljubljana. Over the past years participated in Rezidens programs, symposia and workshops in the Netherlands, Austria, Italy, Serbia, Slovenia, Egypt and Finland.
He has completed basic and Postgraduate studies at the Sculpture Department of Fine Arts in Belgrade. Professor at the Sculpture Department of Fine Arts in Belgrade since 1997. He received several scholarships in Paris (1990-1996): Cite Internationale des Arts; Usine Ephemera; Pollock-Krasner Foundation. He has worked on projects: “Yugomuzej” www.yugomuzej.com (1998-2002); “Theater sculpture” at foyer of Yugoslav Drama Theatre, Belgrade (2003); Reset_, National Pavilion of the Republic of Serbia, La Biennale di Venezia (2007); Most Kalemegdan, R. Deacon / M. Bajic, Belgrade (2006-2010). A participant and curator of the symposium White Venčac / Marble and sounds, Aranđelovac (2011-13). He has received numerous awards at home and abroad (Sava Sumanovic, 2000).
Andrea Ivanović Jakšić
(Slavonski Brod, Croatia, 1979)
The winner of the annual award for drawing at the Academy of Arts, Novi Sad (2004), third prize of Niš Art Foundation (2006), the stimulating award of Niš Art Foundation (2009), and first prize of Niš Art Foundation (2011). She lives and works in Zrenjanin.
Fields of interest: different media and forms of visual expression.
(Nikšić, Montenegro, 1980)
graduated from the School of Arts in Cetinje, Montenegro (1999). He graduated from the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad, Department of Painting (2004). He has been exhibiting since 2003. Engaged in painting and terracotta sculpture. His works are in the collections of several museums in Serbia and Montenegro. He lives and works in Novi Sad. http://cargocollective.com/tadijajanicic