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THE EIGHTEENTH COLONY
OF NAÏVE AND MARGINAL ART

     
             
             
 

Participants of the 18th Colony of Naive and Marginal Art

 

Photo Gallery

  Twenty-five artists from Serbia, Slovenia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Denmark, France, Italy, Germany and Japan will participate in the Colony. Besides the custodians of MNMA, the work of Colony is also followed by the team of colleagues from Lausanne, including Mario del Curto, a distinguished photographer and associate of Museum Collection del Art Brut in Lausanne who will promote his film during the Colony. During Colony, the visits to Medieval Monastery Mileševa and Drvengrad on Mokra Gora are planned. This artistic event has been organized by MNMA and supported by Ministry of Culture and Information for more than three decades.

 

Participants of the Eighteenth Colony of MNMA

Noviadi Angkasapura

Tomislav Blagojević

Lone Villaume

Kianoosh Rashidi Ghadi

Dragica Gajić

Domenico Gallizzi
Ermelinda de Almeida

Slobodan Živanović

Zil Milano

Srboslav Ilić

Ištvan Jano

Joškin Šiljan

Dorte Marcussen

Dobrosav Milojević

Vojkan Morar

Ileana Olđe

Desa Petrov Morar

Evelyne Postic

Rosen Rashev

Mehrdad Rashidi

Samo

Igor Simonović

Marko Stevanović

Katsumi Tsuji

 
               
 
 
 
 
   

Noviadi Angkasapura (Indonesia)

  He was born in Jayapura (Papua, Indonesia) in 1979. He has been painting since 2003.  

 

Noviadi Angkasapura (Indonesia), No Name, 2013,

combined tecnique on paper, 20x29.8cm

 
               
               
               
   

Tomislav Blagojević (Serbia)

  He was born in Jagodina in 1971. He has been painting since 2000.  

 

Tomislav Blagojević (Serbia), Bird, 2015,

combined technique on stone, 21x21cm

 
               
               
               
   

Lone Villaume (Denmark)

  She was born in Copenhagen (Denmark) in 1946. She has been painting since 1995. She resides in Copenhagen.  

 

Lone Villaume (Denmark), We Will Meet Soon, Rousseau

På gensyn Rousseau), 2015,

acrylic on cannvas, 35x40cm

 
               
               
               
   

Kianoosh Rashidi Ghadi (Iran/Germany)

  He was born in Zirab (Iran) in 1962. He has been painting since 2006. He resides in Erkrath (Germany).  

 

Kianoosh Ghadi (Iran/Germany)
No Name, 2015, ball point pen on paper, 21x15cm

 
               
               
               
   

Dragica Gajić (Serbia) 

  She was born in Sekurič near Jagodina in 1944. She has been painting since 1972. She resides in Jagodina.  


Dragica Gajić (Serbia)
In the Field, 2015, oil on canvas, 40x30cm

 
               
               
               
   

Domenico Gallizzi (Italy)

  He was born in Limbadi (Italy) in 1961. He has been painting since 1988. He resides in Rosarno (Italy).  

 

Domenico Gallizzi (Italy), A Moment at Rest (Attimo di pausa), 2015, oil on fibre board, 50x70cm

 
               
               
               
   

Ermelinda de Almeida (Brazil)

  She was born in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) in 1947. She has been painting since 1994. She resides in Rio de Janeiro.  

 

Ermelinda de Almeida (Brazil), Dance, 2015,

acrylic on canvas, 35x50cm

 
               
               
               
   

Slobodan Živanović (Serbia)

  He was born in Gornji Račnik near Jagodina in 1943. He has been painting since 1968. He resides in Jagodina.  

 

Slobodan Živanović (Serbia), Old Town, 2015,

combined technique on cardboard, 70x100cm

 
               
               
               
   

Zil Milano (Serbia)

  He was born in Belica near Jagodina in 1961. He has been painting since 1981. He resides in Belica.  

 

Zil Millano (Serbia), Small Horse, 2015,

combined technique, 42x80x62cm

 
               
               
               
   

Srboslav Ilić (Serbia)

  He was born in Bijeljina (Republika Srpska) in 1955. He has been painting since 1993. He resides in Belgrade.  

 

Srboslav Ilić (Sebia), Jonah, 2015,

combined technique, 32x57cm

 
               
               
               
   

Ištvan Jano (Serbia)

  He was born in Novi Sad in 1961. He has been painting since 1984. He resides in Veternik near Novi Sad.  

 

Ištvan Jano (Serbia), Residents of the Pannonian Sea 4, 2015, combined technique on canvas, 71x85cm

 
               
               
               
   

Joškin Šiljan (Serbia)

  He was born in Pirot in 1953. He has been painting since 1987. He resides in Grdelica.  

 

Joškin Šiljan (Serbia), Look, I Am Going to Fly, 2015,

combined technique on cardboard 45x55cm

 
               
               
               
   

Dorte Marcussen (Denmark)

  She was born in Kolding (Denmark) in 1955. She has been painting since 1990. She resides in Aarhus (Denmark).  

 

Dorte Marcussen (Denmark), Court Church in Skanderborg (Slotskirke, Skanderborg), 2015,

oil on canvas, 45x60cm

 
               
               
               
   

Dobrosav Milojević (Serbia)

  He was born in Donje Štiplje near Jagodina in 1948. He has been painting since 1970. He resides in Donje Štiplje.  

 

Dobrosav Milojević (Serbia), Return from Work, 2015,

oil on fibre board, 42x114cm

 
               
               
               
   

Vojkan Morar (Serbia)

  He was born in Pančevo in 1966. He has been painting since 1986. He resides in Jabuka near Pančevo.  

 

Vojkan Morar (Serbia), Metamorphosis, 2015,

oil on canvas, 40x50cm

 
               
               
               
   

Ileana Olđe (Serbia)

  Born in Uzdin in 1952. She has been painting since 1985. She resides in Zrenjanin.  

 

Ileana Olđe (Serbia), Encounter, 2015,

oil on canvas, 40x30cm

 
               
               
               
   

Desa Petrov Morar (Serbia)

  She was born in Sefkerin near Pančevo in 1946. She has been painting since 1964. She resides in Pančevo.  

 

Desa Petrov Morar (Serbia), Vineyard, 2015,

oil on canvas, 60x50cm

 
               
               
               
   

Evelyne Postic (France)

  She was born in Lyon (France) in 1951. She has been painting since 1989. She resides in Lyon.  

 

Evelyne Postic (France), Embryo (Le polichinelle dans le tiroir), 2014, combined technique on paper, 50x40cm

 
               
               
               
   

Rosen Rashev (Bulgaria)

  He was born in Vratsa (Bulgaria) in 1970. He has been painting since 1985. He resides in Vratsa.  

 

Rosen Rashev (Bulgaria), All People at the Sea of Life, 2015, combined technique on canvas, 80x100cm

 
               
               
               
   

Mehrdad Rashidi (Iran/Germany)

  He was born in Sari (Iran) in 1963. He has been painting since 2006. He resides in Erkrath (Germany).  

 

Mehrdad Rashidi (Iran/Germany), Flight of Love, 2015,

combined technique on paper, 70x100cm

 
               
               
               
   

Samo (Slovenia)

  He was born in Trbovlje (Slovenia) in 1962. He resides in Ljubljana and Trbovlje.  

 

Samo (Slovenia), They Are Leaving, 2015,

combined technique on cardboard, 120x220cm

 
               
               
               
   

Igor Simonović (Serbia)

  He was born in Belgrade in 1972. He has been painting since 2006. He resides in Belgrade.  

 

Igor Simonović (Serbia), No Name, 2015,

combined technique on canvas 30x40cm

 
               
               
               
   

Marko Stevanović (Serbia)

  He was born in Ćuprija in 1959. He has been painting since 1995. He resides in Ćuprija.  

 

Marko Stevanović (Serbia), Vineyard Protection, 2015,

oil on canvas, 50x35cm

 
               
               
               
   

Katsumi Tsuji (Japan)

  He was born in Tokyo (Japan) in 1953. He has exhibited since 1977. He resides in Tokyo.  

 

Katsumi Tsuji (Japan), I Love Cat (Cat Leteo), 2014,

oil pastel on plywood, 56x56cm

 
               
               
               
 
 
 
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