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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.
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The Jury of the 2nd Triennial of self-taught visionary art

 
 

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.

 

1st Triennial of Self-Taught Visionary Art

1st Triennial of Self-Taught Visionary Art

 

 

Triennial of Self-Taught Visionary Art

Previous Triennials:

 

Triennial of naive and marginal art 2016

 


 

2nd Triennial of self-taught visionary art

Organizer: MNMA (Jagodina, Serbia)
Sponsor: Ministry of Culture and information RS

For the 2nd Trienial of Self-taught Visionary Art competititon 145 artists with 660 works signed, from 32 countries (Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belarus, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, Croatia, Czech Republic, Cuba, Denmark, Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, Izrael, India, Iran, Japan, Lebanon, New Zealand, Finland, France, Macedonia, Portugal, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Switzerland, USA, Uzbekistan)
The Jury: John Maizels (Raw Vision, London) – president, Vladimir Abakumov (Art brut-Outsider art Center, Bar), Mario del Curto (Ferme des Tilleuls, Renens), Nina Krstić (MNMU, Jagodina), Ivana Jovanović (MNMU, Jagodina), Nina Ljubomirović (MNMU, Jagodina), selected 164 works done by 70 artist from 20 countries.
Special guest of the exhibition: Anuj Saini (India).

 

 

The list of chosen artists for the Exhibition of 2nd Triennial of self-taught visionary art

1. Ermelinda de Almeida (Brazil)
2. Christine Angoujard (France)
3. Vladimir Anosov (Russia)
4. Lazaro Antonio Martinez Duran (Cuba)
5. Duniesky Avila Bordas (Cuba)
6. Samaneh Atef (Iran)
7. Vasilj Adžić (Serbia)
8. Tomislav Blagojević (Serbia)
9. Nick Blinko (UK)
10. Laurence Bonnet (France)
11. Greg Bromley (UK)
12. Pascal Verbena (France)
13. Morris Vogel (Swiss)
14. Vojislav Vujčić (Serbia)
15. Mila Vukobradović Morača (Serbia)
16. Ruben Gerardo Guerrero Garrido (Cuba)
17. Daniel Goncalves (Portugal)
18. Ilija Gubić (Serbia)
19. Eric Demelis (France)
20. Demin (France)
21. Aleksandar Denić (Serbia)
22. Marko Dragićević (Serbia)
23. Andreja Đorđević (Serbia)
24. Wain Elliot (Australia)
25. Slobodan Živanović (Serbia)
26. Marko Zavišić (Serbia)
27. Lenka Zelenović (Serbia)
28. Jura Zeleny (Russia)
29. Srboslav Ilić (Serbia)
30. Stojan Ilić (Serbia)
31. Femme Inconnue (Argentina-France)
32. Jelena Jakonić (Serbia)
33. Zorica Janakova (Serbia)
34. Ištvan Jano (Serbia)
35. Ljubiša Jovanović Kene (Serbia)
36. Josvedy Jove Junco (Cuba)
37. Isse Karsten (Finland)
38. Natalya Kaspirovich (Russia)
39. Dirk Krueger (Germany)
40. Alexandre Laskowsky-Ziguilinsky (Chile-Izrael)
41. Edeltraud Lehmann (Germany)
42. Margo (France)
43. Dorte Marcussen (Denmark)
44. Valerie Masson (Swiss)
45. Dragan Milivojević (Serbia)
46. Zil Millano (Serbia)
47. Dobrosav Milojević (Serbia)
48. Vojkan Morar (Serbia)
49. Steve Mosely (USA)
50. Uroš Nestorović (Serbia)
51. Životin Nikolić (Serbia)
52. Miodrag Pavlović-Dragomirac (Serbia)
53. Desa Petrov Morar (Serbia)
54. Miloš Petrović (Serbia)
55. Saša Petrović-Berdujac (Serbia)
56. Maydel Portela Valdes (Cuba)
57. Mehrdad Rashidi (Iran-Germany)
58. Darien Robaina Alonso (Cuba)
59. Charlotte Rodgers (New Zealand-UK)
60. Igor Simonović (Serbia)
61. Julia Sisi (France)
62. Ivana Stanisavljević (Serbia)
63. Andrey Tsymbal (Uzbekistan-Russia)
64. Sergey Fedulov (Russia)
65. Ilija Filipović (Serbia)
66. Shinya Fujii (Japan)
67. GIoria dela Carided Garcia Hemandez (Cuba)
68. Tony Convey (Australia)
69. Joškin Šiljan (Serbia)

70. Evelyne Postic (France)

 
               
               
               
               
               
 
 
 
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