Pascal Verbena (France), Guardian Angel, 2017
Daniel Goncalves (Portugal), 209, 2018
Josvedy Jove Junco (Cuba), Untitled 3, 2017
From the opening ceremony
The Second Triennial of Self-Taught Visionary Art
16 October – 10 November 2019
Organiser: Museum of Naïve and Marginal Art (Jagodina, Serbia)
A hundred and forty-five artists from thirty-two countries and the total of six hundred and sixty works applied to this year’s event, which has been organised by Museum of Naïve and Marginal Art for half a century, thus gathering most significant authentic pictorial phenomena worldwide.
The international Jury including
Special guests at the Triennial: Anuj Saini, (India) and Andre Robiard (France).
Dragan MIlivojević, Ebe, 2017.
Nick Blinko (United Kingdom), The tin cathedral, 2018 catedral
The president of the Jury presented the participants of the Triennial with the following prizes and recognitions for the most successful artistic achievements
On Wednesday 16 October, the opening ceremony of the exhibition of
the Second Triennial of Self-Taught Visionary Art was held at Art
Pavilion Cvijeta Zuzorić in the presence of numerous guests from the
country and abroad.
The president of the Jury presented the participants of the
Triennial with the following prizes and recognitions for the most
successful artistic achievements:
- Award for Entire Artistic Work to Pascal Verbena (France)
Traditionally, Oto Bihalji-Merin Honorary Recognition, awarded for contribution in promotion and continuity of development of self-taught visionaries, this year went to Marica Vračević, art historian (Serbia) and Milan Stanisavljević, scluptor.
During the exhibition the visitors will have the opportunity to
see daily projections of documentary and artistic films. See more in