Mrđan Bajić

Mrđan Bajić

(Beograd, 1957)
Završio osnovne i postdiplomske studije na Vajarskom odseku FLU u Beogradu. Profesor je na Vajarskom odseku FLU u Beogradu od 1997. godine. Dobitnik nekoliko stipendija u Parizu (1990-1996): Cite Internationale des Arts; Usine ephemere; Pollock-Krasner Fondacija. Radi na projektima „Yugomuzej”, www.yugomuzej.com (1998-2002); „Pozorišna skulptura”, foaje Jugoslovenskog dramskog pozorišta, Beograd (2003); Reset_ , Nacionalni paviljon Republike Srbije, La Biennale di Venezia (2007); Most na Kalemegdanu, R. Deacon/M. Bajić, Beograd (2006-2010). Učesnik i selektor simpozijuma Beli Venčac/Mermer i zvuci, Aranđelovac (2011-13). Dobitnik je brojnih nagrada u zemlji i inostranstvu (Sava Šumanović, 2000).

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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).

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