Through a variety of themes and narratives, the exhibitions convey a variety of messages from artworks and educate us about art, as well as their creators.

Inspired by France

With its narrative, the exhibition Inspired by France tells the story of the intertwining, connections, influences, role models and friendship with French culture and art. The largest group in the exhibition consists of the works of Serbian modernists created in the interwar period. The exhibition also includes works from the first post-war years, which were created in new socio-political circumstances by the bearers of interwar modernism, as well as by new generations who are fed from the same creative sources. More than 60 presented works of art by artists such as Sava Šumanović, Bogdan Šuput, Petar Dobrović, Milan Konjović, Peđa Milosavljević, Ljubica Cuca Sokić, Lazar Vozarević, Mića Popović and sculptural works by Đorđe Jovanović stand as permanent testimonies of the way these “Parisian guests” are experienced the capital of art, as well as the way in which they contributed to the strengthening of Serbian-French ties with their artistic involvement.

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Opening date:
March 22nd, 2024

Closing date:
May 26th, 2024

Venue:
The Gallery of Matica Srpska

Gift-collection of Dragiša Brašovan

Exhibition Gift-Collection of Dragiša Brašovan presents over 100 exhibits – paintings, sculptures, drawings, stylish furniture, works of applied art and documentary material that the heirs of this famous Serbian architect, his wife Viktorija Brašovan and daughter Olga Kovačev, donated to the Gallery in the period from 2020 to beginning of 2023. For the first time, the public has the opportunity to see objects and works that speak about the architect’s private life and contribute to a better understanding of his character and work.

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Opening date:
March 20th, 2024

Closing date:
May 12th, 2024

Venue:
City Museum Vršac

Uroš Predić. The Noble Essence of Everyday Life

The exhibition Uroš Predić. The Noble Essence of Everyday Life, authored by Snežana Mišić, PhD, and Professor Igor Borozan, will officially open at the SASA Gallery, on Tuesday, 12 March, at 7 p.m. as a result of a successful, several-decade-long cooperation on the promotion and presentation of the overall national art and cultural heritage between the Matica Srpska Gallery and the SASA Gallery. On this occasion, the two institutions were united by artist Uroš Predić, who, throughout his long and in term of creative work very prolific life, was inseparably linked to both Matica Srpska and the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts. A similar exhibition was realized at the Matica Srpska Gallery in 2022/2023.

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Opening date:
March 12th, 2024

Closing date:
May 26th, 2024

Venue:
SASA Gallery, Belgrade