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TRIENNIALS AND BIENNIALS OF
NAÏVE AND MARGINAL ART

 

 

 
 
Museum of Naïve

and Marginal Art (MNMA)

35000 Jagodina, Serbia
Boška Đuričića 10.
Phone: (+381 35) 8223 419
info@naiveart.rs

 

Exhibition

28 October - 21 November 2016

Triennial of Self-Taught Visionary Art

Opening ceremony:

Friday, 28 October 2016 at 7.00 p.m.

Art Pavilion "Cvijeta Zuzorić", Belgrade, Mali Kalemegdan 1

 

 

 

Triennial of Self-Taught Visionary Art is an international exhibition which is organized by MNMA beginning with 2016 as the continuation of Salon (1970-1980) and Biennial (1981-2013) traditionally known MNMA events since 1970.

 

Museum of Naïve and Marginal Art invites you to participate in Triennial of Self-Taught Visionary Art.

 

Agenda of the Triennial

Submission of works March – August 2016
Evaluation of works: 3 – 5 September 2016
Results of evaluation: 12 September 2016
Submission of accepted works:

12 October 2016
Opening of the exhibition: 28 October 2016

 

The works (3-5) done not earlier than 2013 can be sent by:
Mail
Brought in person to MNMA in Jagodina
By е-mail: trijenalemnmu@gmail.com not later than 12 August 2016.

 

1st Triennial of Self-Taught Visionary Art

1st Triennial of Self-Taught Visionary Art

From the judging

 

Download:

Rules and Regulations

Forms for submission of works

 


 

 

 

 

LIST OF PARTICIPANTS OF THE 1ST TRIENNIAL OF SELF-TAUGHT VISIONARY ART

The total number of submitted works: 480
Total number of the applied authors: 109
The total number of countries of the applied authors: 20
(Serbia, Macedonia, Bulgaria, Slovenia, Austria, Italy, Cyprus, Czech Republic, France, Spain, Germany, Denmark, Switzerland, Russia, Iran, Japan, USA, Brazil, Indonesia, Philippines)

 

Members of the Jury:

- Martine Lusardy (Halle Saint Pierre, Paris)

- Nina Katschnig (Gugging , Vienna)

- John Maizels (Raw Vision, London)

- Vladimir Abakumov (Art Brut – Outsider Art Center, Bar)

- Nina Krstić (MNMA, Jagodina)

- Marica Vračević (MNMA, Jagodina)

- Ivana Jovanović (MNMA, Jagodina)

 

Chosen: 122 works from 57 authors from: Serbia, Bulgaria, Slovenia, Austria, Italy, France, Spain, Germany, Denmark, Switzerland, Russia, Iran, Japan, USA, Brazil, Indonesia

 

The List of chosen artists for the exhibition of First Triennial of Self-Taught Art - triennial

 

1. Samaneh Atef Derakhshan (Iran)

2. Tomislav Blagojević (Serbia)

3. Laurence Bonnet (France)

4. Marc Bourlier (France)

5. J. J. Cromer (USA)

6. Ermelinda de Almeida (Brazil)

7. Rajko Dragićević (Serbia)

8. Ljiljana Đorđević Stanojević (Serbia)

9. Dragica Gajić (Serbia)

10. Domenico Gallizzi (Italy)

11. Alex Hatkevich (Russia)

12. Srboslav Ilić (Serbia)

13. Jano Ištvan (Serbia)

14. Dragan Jovanović – Gagac (Serbia)

15. Ljubiša Jovanović – Kene (Serbia)

16. Sylvia Katuszewski (France)

17. Aditi Lago (Spain)

18. Hans Langner (Austria)

19. Dragoslav M. Lazić (Serbia)

20. Edeltraud Lehmann (Germany)

21. Dorte Marcussen (Denmark)

22. Jelena Marković (Serbia)

23. Dobrosav Milojević (Serbia)

24. Jens Mohr (Germany)

25. Vojkan Morar (Serbia)

26. Alfred Neumayr (Austria)

27. Životin Nikolić (Serbia)

28. Snežana Nikolić Stanković (Serbia)

29. Ileana Oalge (Serbia)

30. Izabella Ortiz (France)

31. Miodrag Pavlović – Dragutinac (Serbia)

32. Desa Petrov Morar (Serbia)

33. Saša Petrović – Berdujac (Serbia)

34. Mirjana Popović Radović (Serbia)

35. Evelyne Postic (France)

36. Rosen Rashev (Bulgaria)

37. Mehrdad Rashidi (Iran/Germany)

38. Kianoosh Rashidi Ghadi (Iran/Germany)

39. Mirko Rusić (Serbia)

40. Samo (Slovenia)

41. Christine Sefolosha (Switzerland)

42. Igor Simonović (Serbia)

43. Julia Sisi (France)

44. Vladimir Smiljanić (Serbia)

45. Milan Stanisavljević (Serbia)

46. Ivana Stanisavljević Negić (Serbia)

47. Bratislav Stanković (Serbia)

48. Marko Stevanović (Serbia)

49. Joškin Šiljan (Serbia)

50. Vesna Tančeva (Serbia)

51. Katsumi Tsuji (Japan)

52. Mila Vukobratović Morača (Serbia)

53. Targo Youwan Istanto (Indonesia)

54. Marko Zavišić (Serbia)

55. Zil Millano (Serbia)

56. Biljana Živanović (Serbia)

57. Slobodan Živanović (Serbia)

 
               
               
               
               
               
 
 
 
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