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  MUSEUM OF NAÏVE AND MARGINAL ART
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The Nineteenth Art Colony of Naive and Marginal Art

Zlatibor 6-14 July 2017

  Exhibition: 19th Colony of Naïve and Marginal Art  
             
             
 

Nineteenth Art Colony of Nave and Marginal Art

With this Nineteenth Art Colony, Museum of Naïve and Marginal Art uninterruptedly continues its four-decade long organisation of gatherings of the most significant representatives of the authentic phenomena on non-academic artistic scene.
Biennially gathering naïve artists since 1984 and sculptors since 1992, the Museum develops Art Colony as a review, affirmation and stimulus to the most valuable realisations, firstly in domestic and later international naïve and marginal art.
Through the work of colonies of naïve and marginal art during the last thirty-three years, continuous follow up of artistic creation of large number of generations and individual expressions of naïve and marginal artists was realised, while the Museum Collection and documentation centre were significantly enriched.
The Nineteenth Colony of Naïve and Marginal art was held at tourist complex Kraljevi Konaci on Zlatibor from 6 – 14 July 2017. The international selection of participants included heterogeneous group of twenty five authors, representatives of various generations of artistic domains and creative individualities from nine countries, Brazil, Bulgaria, England, Iran, Italy, Japan, Serbia, France and Spain: Samane Atef Derakhshan (Iran), Ermelinda de Almeida (Brazil), Francesco Maria Bibesco (Italy), Tomislav Blagojević (Serbia), Mark Bourlier (France), Slobodan Živanović (Serbia), Srboslav Ilić (Serbia), Ištvan Jano (Serbia), Aditi Lago (Spain), Margo (France), Zil Milano (Serbia), Dragan Milivojević (Serbia), Dobrosav Milojević (Serbia), Vojkan Morar (Serbia), Raymond Morris (England), Rosen Rashev (Bulgara), Miodrag Pavlović-Dragomirac (Serbia), Desanka Petrov Morar (Serbia), Saša Petrović Berdujac (Serbia), Evelyne Postic (France), Julia Sisi (France), Igor Simonović (Serbia), Ivana Stanisavljević (Serbia), Katsumi Tsuji (Japan) and Joškin Šiljan (Serbia).

 

Exhibition: 19th Colony of Naïve and Marginal Art

  In the communication between the artists themselves and their interaction with spiritually stimulating environment, fifty-six artworks were done as a joint action and symbiosis of authentic artistic sensibilities. The framework of temporal and spatial closeness at the Nineteenth Colony of Naïve and Marginal Art united the artists in inspiring multicultural creative interaction which did not reduce their authenticity, purity and spontaneity of their artistic visions, but extended and enriched their pictorial perception. The mosaic of artworks done during the Nineteenth Art Colony demonstrates and manifests authentic pictorial affinities of coloured visions which transpose the scenes of outer and inner impressions of the artists, ranging from delicate, idealised presentations of the surrounding world to sound expressions of intensive experiences of the interior of expressive imagination.
The inspiring atmosphere of creative spirit of the Nineteenth Colony of Naïve and Marginal Art was completed by visits to significant medieval spiritual refuge, Mileševa Monastery as well as projections of films on participants of Colonies and other significant artists. Also, the film about the work of this Colony was produced, including the interviews with the authors who were taking part in this event for the first time. The end of the Nineteenth Colony of Naïve and Marginal Art was followed by the exhibition of works of Joškin Šiljan, done during Colony, which was organised in natural ambience on the Plateau within Kraljevi Konaci, where the creative process of the Nineteenth Colony of Naive and Marginal Art took place.


Ivana Jovanović

 

Participants of the Nineteenth Colony of MNMA

Samaneh Atef Derakhshan (Iran)
Ermelinda de Almeida (Brazil)
Bibesco – Francesco Maria Masmata (Italy)
Tomislav Blagojević (Serbia)
Marc Bourlier (France)
Slobodan Živanović (Serbia)
Srboslav Ilić (Serbia)
Ištvan Jano (Serbia)
Aditi Lago (Spain)

Margot (Dohogne Marjorie - France)
Zil Millano (Serbia)
Dobrosav Milojević (Serbia)
Vojkan Morar (Serbia)
Raymond Morris (Great Britain)
Miodrag Pavlović Dragomirac (Serbia)
Desanka Petrov Morar (Serbia)
Saša Petrović Berdujac (Serbia)
Evelyne Postic (France)

Rosen Rashev (Bulgaria)
Julia Sisi (France)
Igor Simonović (Serbia)
Ivana Stanisavljević (Serbia)
Katsumi Tsuji (Japan)
Joškin Šiljan (Serbia)

 
               
 
 
 
               
  Samaneh Atef Derakhshan

Samaneh Atef Derakhshan (Iran)

She was born in Bandar Abbas (Iran) in 1989. She began doing painting in 2014. She resides in Astaneh-ye Ashrafiyeh (Iran). She has never exhibited.

 

 

 
Inside of you Prisoner woman      
Inside of you, 2017, felt pen on paper, 42 x 30 cm Prisoner woman, 2017, felt pen on paper, 42 x 30 cm      
 
           
  Ermelinda de Almeida

Ermelinda de Almeida (Brazil)

She was born in Fortaleza (Brazil) in 1947. She began doing painting in 1994. She resides in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil). She had solo and group exhibitions in her country and abroad.

 
St. George Feast of St John the Baptist Dance in the Moonlight The Birds  
St. George, 2017, acrylic on canvas, 40 x 30 cm Feast of St John the Baptist, 2017, acrylic on canvas, 33 x 41 cm Dance in the Moonlight, 2017, acrylic on canvas, 33 x 41 cm The Birds, 2017, acrylic on canvas, 40 x 50 cm  

 

 
           
  Francesco Maria Masmata

Bibesco – Francesco Maria Masmata (Italy)

He was born in Genoa (Italy). He began doing painting in 1960. He resides in Genoa. He had solo and group exhibitions in the country and abroad.

 

 
Presents – Marmalade of Memories 1 Presents – Marmalade of Memories 2 Presents – Marmalade of Memories 3    
Presents – Marmalade of Memories 1, 2017, combined technique on canvas, 224 x 192 cm Presents – Marmalade of Memories 2, 2017, combined technique on canvas, 202 x 233 cm Presents – Marmalade of Memories 3, 2017, combined technique on canvas, 232 x 192 cm    
 
           
  Tomislav Blagojević

Tomislav Blagojević (Serbia)

He was born in Jagodina in 1971. He began doing painting in 2000. He resides in Jagodina. He had solo and group exhibitions in the country and abroad.

Rođen 1971. u Jagodini. Slika od 2000. Živi u Jagodini. Izlagao na grupnim izložbama u zemlji i inostranstvu.

 
Pokémons – 2017        
Pokémons – 2017, combined technique, 71 x 101 cm        
 
           
  Marc Bourlier

Marc Bourlier (France)

He was born in Saigon (Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam) in 1947. He began doing artworks in 1970. He began doing sculpturing in 1995. He resides in Paris. He had solo and group exhibitions in his country and abroad.

 
Zlatibor 1 Marc Bourlier Zlatibor 2 Colony Divinity
Zlatibor 1, 2017, Indian ink on paper, 34.5 x 23 cm Marc Bourlier, 2017, Indian ink on paper, 33 x 22 cm Zlatibor 2, 2017, Indian ink on paper, 34.5 x 23 cm Colony, 2017, combined technique, 50 x 40 x 2.5 cm Divinity, 2017, combined technique, 50 x 21 cm
 
           
  Slobodan Živanović

Slobodan Živanović (Serbia)

He was born in Gornji Račnik in 1943. He began doing painting in 1968. He resides in Jagodina. He had solo and group exhibitions in the country and abroad.

 
NATO Gift The Victory of Good over Evil      
NATO Gift, 2017, combined technique on paper, 100 x 70 cm The Victory of Good over Evil, 2017, combined technique on paper, 100 x 140 cm      
 
           
  Srboslav Ilić

Srboslav Ilić (Serbia)

He was born in Bijeljina (Republic of Srpska) in 1955. He began doing painting in 1993. He resides in Belgrade. He had solo and group exhibitions in the country and abroad.

 
The Fall of Jericho Once When We Wake up      
The Fall of Jericho, n. d. tempera and acrylic on wood, 14.5 x 37 cm Once When We Wake up, 2017, tempera and acrylic on wood, 25.5 x 27.5 cm      
 
         
 

Ištvan Jano (Serbia)

 

Ištvan Jano

 

He was born in Novi Sad in 1961. He began doing painting in 1984. He resides in Veternik near Novi Sad. He had solo and group exhibitions in the country and abroad.
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The Citizen of the Pannonia Sea        
The Citizen of the Pannonia Sea, 2017, combined technique, 53 x 31 x 20 cm        
 
           
  Aditi Lago

Aditi Lago (Spain)

She was born in Barcelona (Spain) in 1963. She began exhibiting in 1978. She resides in Barcelona. She had solo and group exhibitions in her country and abroad.

 
Shaman Encounter        
Shaman Encounter, n. d. combined technique on paper, 28 x 21 cm        
 
           
  Margot Dohogne Marjorie

Margot (Dohogne Marjorie - France)

She was born in Diou (France) in 1982. She began doing painting in 2014. She resides in Bourges (France). She had group exhibitions in her country.

 
Et Cor Universum C Renascitur Mori      
Et Cor Universum, 2017, coloured Indian ink on paper, 85 x 45 cm C Renascitur Mori, 2017, coloured Indian ink in paper, 100 x 70 cm      
 
           
  Zil Milano

Zil Milano - Života Milanović (Serbia)

He was born in Belica near Jagodina in 1961. He began doing painting in 1981. He resides in Belica. He had solo and group exhibitions in the country and abroad.

 
Mass Funeral I’ll Recycle your Brain Blue Sky    
Mass Funeral, 2017, combined technique on impregnated paper, 405 x 89 cm I’ll Recycle your Brain, 2017, combined technique on impregnated paper, 360 x 76 cm Blue Sky, 2017, combined technique on impregnated paper, 330 x 77 cm    
 
           
  Dragan Milivojević

Dragan Milivojević (Serbia)

He was born in Belgrade in 1960. He began doing drawing in nineteen eighties. He resides in Belgrade. He had group exhibitions in the country and abroad.

 
That’s Me Virus      
That’s Me, 2017, Indian ink on paper, 30 x 20.5 cm Virus, 2017, Indian ink on paper, 30 x 20.5 cm      
 
           
  Dobrosav Milojević

Dobrosav Milojević (Serbia)

He was born in Donje Štiplje near Jagodina in 1948. He began doing painting in 1970. He resides in Jagodina. He had solo and group exhibitions in his country and abroad.

 
Night Homeland      
Night, 2017, oil on canvas, 60 x 60 cm Homeland, 2017, oil on canvas, 35 x 24.5 cm      
 
         
 

Vojkan Morar (Serbia)

 

Vojkan Morar

 

He was born in Pančevo in 1966. He began doing painting in 1986. He resides in Jabuka near Pančevo. He had solo and group exhibitions in the country and abroad.

 
Angels among Us Angels      
Angels among Us, 2017, oil on canvas, 40 x 50 cm Angels, 2017, oil on canvas, 50 x 40 cm      
 
           
  Raymond Morris

Raymond Morris (England)

He was born in London (England). He began exhibiting in 1992. He resides in London. He had group exhibitions in his country and abroad.

 
Mark Evlin Caterpiilar’s Tongue    
Mark, 2017, felt pen on paper, 29.5 x 20 cm Evelyne, 2017, felt pen on paper, 29.5 x 20 cm Caterpiilar’s Tongue, 2017, combined technique on canvas, 60 x 50 cm    
 
           
  Miodrag Pavlović – Dragomirac

Miodrag Pavlović – Dragomirac (Serbia)

He was born in Dobrača near Kragujevac in 1938. He began doing painting in 1990. He resides in Dobrača. He had solo and group exhibitions in the country.

 
Girl Rest      
Girl, 2017, combined technique on cardboard, 30.5 x 19 cm Rest, 2017, combined technique on cardboard, 35 x 50.5 cm      
 
           
  Desanka Petrov Morar

Desanka Petrov Morar (Serbia)

She was born in Sefkerin near Pančevo in 1946. She began doing painting in 1964. She resides in Pančevo. She had solo and group exhibitions in the country and abroad.

 
Children on the Snow Godfather’s Wish      
Children on the Snow, 2017, oil on canvas, 40 x 50 cm Godfather’s Wish, 2017, oil on canvas, 40 x 50 cm      
 
           
  Saša Petrović – Berdujac

Saša Petrović – Berdujac (Serbia)

He was born in Berduj near Babušnica in 1971. He began doing sculpturing in 1998. He resides in Vinorača near Jagodina. He had group exhibitions in the country.

 
Bird Winged Lamb      
Bird, 2017, wood, height 92 cm Winged Lamb, 2017, wood, height 30 cm      
 
           
  Evelyne Postic

Evelyne Postic (France)

She was born in Lyon (France) in 1951. She began doing painting in 1989. She resides in Lyon. She had solo and group exhibitions in her country and abroad.

 
Cyclops Serbia      
Cyclops, 2017, coloured Indian ink on paper, 39 x 28.5 cm Serbia, 2017, coloured Indian ink on paper, 39 x 28.5 cm      
 
           
  Rosen Rashev

Rosen Rashev (Bulgaria)

 

He was born in Vratsa (Bulgaria) in 1970. He began doing painting in 1985. He resides in Vratsa. He had solo and group exhibitions in his country and abroad.

 
Birds’ Kingdom Eve with a Snake Tortoise of Love    
Birds’ Kingdom, 2017, combined technique on canvas, 80 x 60 cm Eve with a Snake, 2017, combined technique on canvas, 100 x 80 cm Tortoise of Love, 2017, combined technique on canvas, 100 x 80 cm    
 
           
  Julia Sisi

Julia Sisi (France)

She was born in Mar del Plata (Argentina) in 1957. She began doing painting in 2003. She resides in Poulaines (France). She had group exhibitions in her country and abroad.

 
Loose Hair: Trees Double Time      
Loose Hair: Trees, 2017, combined technique on paper, 55 x 40 cm Double Time, 2017, combined technique on canvas, 100 х 70 cm      
 
         
 

Igor Simonović (Serbia)

 

Igor Simonović

 

He was born in Belgrade in 1972. He began doing painting in 2006. He resides in Belgrade. He had solo exhibitions in the country and group exhibitions in the country and abroad.

 
No Name        
No Name, 2016/2017, combined technique on canvas, 30 x 40 cm        
 
           
  Ivana Stanisavljević

Ivana Stanisavljević (Serbia)

She was born in Belgrade in 1977. She began doing sculpturing in 2012. She resides in Belgrade. She had solo exhibitions in the country and group exhibitions in the country and abroad.

 
The Outraged        
The Outraged, 2017, coloured wood, 90 x 90 cm        
 
           
  Katsumi Tsuji

Katsumi Tsuji (Japan)

He was born in Tokyo (Japan) in 1953. He began exhibiting in 1977. He resides in Tokyo. He had solo and group exhibitions in his country and abroad.

 
Gate Flying Fish      
Gate, 2017, wood, height 103 cm Flying Fish, 2017, wood, height 123 cm      
 
           
  Joškin Šiljan

Joškin Šiljan (Nebojša Stojković - Serbia)

He was born in Pirot in 1953. He began doing painting in 1987. He resides in Grdelica. He had solo and group exhibitions in the country and abroad.

 
Double Blank for Whole Family and Relatives Double Blank with Meek Glance and Donkey’s Ears Cow’s Dance with Speech Defect Cow’s Dance with Speech Defect  
Double Blank for Whole Family and Relatives, 2017, combined technique on canvas, 173 x 167 cm Double Blank with Meek Glance and Donkey’s Ears, 2017, combined technique on canvas, 173 x 163 cm Cow’s Dance with Speech Defect, 2017, combined technique on canvas, 115 x 160 cm Dance in the Mid of the Day, 2017, combined technique on canvas, 101 x 161 cm  
 
               
               
 
 
 
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