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Viva la Vida

Viva la Vida

10/12/2018 - 30/01/2019

Selma Selman

November Gallery is pleased to present the first Belgrade solo exhibition of Selma Selman, a young Bosnian-Herzegovinian artist, activist and philanthropist of Roma origin who currently lives and works in New York.

Within her artistic practice, Selma deals with questions and topics such as identity, inherited socio-cultural prejudices and stereotypes, as well as emancipation, human rights, equality and ranges of humanity in the society we live in. Inspiration and legitimacy for her work the artist finds and draws from her own experiences and the life of her family. By contextualizing knowledge as part of inter-subjective process, Selma’s artistic approach could almost be regarded as epistemological.

Everybody left the room and I’m alone with an empty glass in my hand

Everybody left the room and I’m alone with an empty glass in my hand

25/10 - 2/12/2018

Vuk Vidor

He invited me to drop by, and I was wavering – it was a hot summer afternoon and I was moody. We’ve known each other all our lives, since birth. We’ve never had a fight, never let each other down. In the ‘70s we would spend summers together in Dubrovnik, first in Vis 2[1] on Lapad, then in Argentina[2] inPloče. My mum and his dad were hood buddies born in the same year, they both attended First Belgrade Gymnasium and studied architecture. Our fathers are colleagues, his mother is from Split, a skilled photographer of exceptional beauty and a curious name – a portmanteau made of two words that means “star of the sea”. Our birthdays are only 52 days apart.

Scars

Scars

13/9 - 19/10/2018

Ivan Grubanov

Ivan Grubanov, in his artistic practice, utilizes the media of painting, drawing and installation to explore the boundaries of art as a platform for social reassessments as well as recording and interpreting of history.

Summer vibes

Summer vibes

9/8 - 9/9 2018

Selena Vicković, Mario Kolarić, Emilija Radojičić, Marija Avramović, Mišo Filipovac and Bratislav Milenković

Radiant sun, vivid colors, sandy beaches, seaside, waves splashing against the shore and feeling of sublime joy are only some of the associations that bring summer to mind. No other season tolerates such fondness for clichés as summer does, and its enchanting atmosphere has always been inspirational to artists.

The Ground Is Gone

The Ground Is Gone

7/6 - 24/7 2018

Ivana Bašić

Born in 1986, is a Serbian artist currently based in New York.

Recently displayed at Whitney Museum, New York who has acquired one her artworks for its collection and Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York.

The Gods Must Be Crazy

The Gods Must Be Crazy

10/4 - 3/6 2018

Ana Milenković

Serbian artist born in Belgrade 1988. Winner of the Clifford Chance Sculpture Award (2015) and the Griffin Art Prize (2016).