Regards from Pancevo: an interview with Aleksandar Zograf

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The internationally acclaimed comic author speaks to Nina Bunjevac on the relationship between art and political turmoil, providing an impressive historical tour of Balkan alternative comics. Zograf is truly one of a kind When Aleksandar Zograf’s book Regards from Serbia

The Mallet (1977) by Aleksandar Ilic, not your typical food documentary

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Ex-Yugoslavia continues to be a source of endless inspiration. Looking at it from this perspective, this funky socialist country has left a cultural heritage glutted with rare jewels: every now and then one stumbles upon a masterpiece or a high-end

One Minute – Around the world in 60 seconds

One Minute - Around the World in 60 Seconds / Illustration: Valentina Brostean

The book entitled One Minute – Around the World in 60 Seconds, written by acclaimed Serbian author Vladimir Arsenijević and illustrated by Valentina Broštean, consists of 25 fragments/stories set within one single minute of time (January 20, 2010, from 12:00

Whore’s Glory: Interview with Michael Glawogger

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One of the most exciting documentary filmmakers today speaks about his creative process when dealing with delicate human issues in a world one rarely has access to The city of Belgrade has recently hosted the film director and cinematographer Michael

The monument chaser: an interview with Marc Schneider

Petrova Gora by Vojin Bakic / Photo © Marc Schneider

The photographer known for his breathtaking pictures of abandoned Yugoslav monuments “that look like they’re from the future” speaks to Nina Bunjevac about his experiences in the Balkan lands while tracing some of world’s least known masterpieces of memorial sculpture

Bojana Radulovic: Illegal Performance (Amsterdam)

Bojana Radulovic

Does multiculturalism present a failed experiment of pseudo-democracy, or it is still a realistic option? What are the costs of the adaptation to new socio-economic and cultural contexts? Young Montenegrin visual artist Bojana Radulovic raised these questions in her “illegal

“Heartless” by Nina Bunjevac

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Debut collection of comics by the amazing Nina Bunjevac is due in fall 2012, with an advance preview in May 2012 at TCAF (Toronto Comic Arts Festival). In case you’re nearby, make sure you pop in to get your copy

NOVA ISKRA: Designers Lab Open Call

Photo: Luka Knezevic Strika

Design Incubator NOVA ISKRA (Belgrade, Serbia) invites applicants from the area of design (22 to 35 years old), active in the domains of industrial and furniture design, interior design, architecture (with special focus on furniture design and home accessorize) to

Balkan Art Now: Get involved in the present

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Online gallery showcasing contemporary Balkan visual art where you can actually buy the artworks Balkan Art Now (BAN) is proud to be the first and only online gallery space that showcases unique contemporary Balkan art, focusing on painting, drawing, mixed

Ones to Watch 2012: Zana Marjanovic

Zana Marjanovic

We bring you a selection of Balkan-related artists to keep your eye on in the coming year Zana is a versatile TV, theater and movie thespian as well as one of the founders of the cabaret/stand-up comedy project ‘Magacin Kabare’,