Porcelain – From Everyday Life to Art
Festival Summer at the Gallery Square 2021
A huge art lover, Marija Stoborod Šibanova, will present the story of how porcelain followed the path from an oriental attraction to a part of our everyday life, and how it ascended to become a piece of ”fine“ applied art. We will also find out answers to questions about the connection between Kazimir Maljević’s painting Black Square and the monument of Peter the Great in St. Petersburg, about the ”Antoine’s Guild“ and hear the story about roofs of the Church of the Name of Mary in Novi Sad, the Synagogue in Subotica and the Museum of Applied Arts in Budapest. In addition to an interesting story, the audience will have the opportunity to enjoy iced tea and tea biscuits.
Lecture by Marija Stoborod Šibanova, patron of the Gallery of Matica Srpska.
- Suitable for: All ages