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Gojko Božović, osnivač i glavni urednik Izdavačke kuće Arhipelag

Nije sve loše, dobre su knjige

Kada sam osnovao Arhipelag, u proleće 2007. godine, želeo sam da sa autorima i saradnicima, partnerima i prijateljima oblikujem prostor u kome će čitaoci imati mogućnost izbora

Gojko Božović, Founder and Chief Editor of Arhipelag Publishing

Not Everything’s Bad – Books Are Good

When I founded Arhipelag in the spring of 2007, I wanted to work with authors and contributors, partners and friends, to form a space in which readers would have the possibility to choose

Polish Contemporary Art

Between the Media & the Body

Contemporary Art in Poland has always provoked huge controversy and extreme reactions. Often misunderstood and used by right-wing politicians to favour their radically conservative views, it has electrified not only the art world, but also the general public – to such extent that damage to works or their removal were common, as were exhibition closures and protests in front of artistic institutions. Politicians, clerics, artists and critics – the whole country has been involved in the national discussion. There is always something much more important hidden behind accusations of profanity and that the artist is simply seeking notoriety. The works described in this article weren’t created to be scandalous, but rather to draw attention to significant issues and problems that are still present within Polish society

Adrien Feix, Director of the Austrian Cultural Forum

Broad & Open Dialogue

“The most effective way to accompany Serbia on its way to the EU is through cultural exchange at eye level – no amount of financial support can replace that” says Austrian Cultural Forum Director Adrien Feix

Barbara Horejs Ph.d., Director OREA Institute for Oriental and European Archaeology of Austrian Academy of Sciences

Neolithic Way Of Life

An Austrian-Serbian archaeological team has proven at a site near Lebane that the Balkans represents a key-zone for understanding the past of the European continent, especially of central Europe and modern-day Austria

Austria’s Cultural Wealth

Theatre’s Creme De La Creme

In Austria there were 6.09 million tickets sold for more than 15,000 theatre performances in the 2014/2015 season. With just over 8.5 million inhabitants, this is categorical evidence of Austria’s obsession with the theatre. The great theatres of Vienna sold more than 3.8 million tickets, with a population of just 1.8 million inhabitants, while in 2016 the Republic of Austria gave impressive funding of €200 million to its theatres

Ambassador of India Host Diwali Celebration

A Reception Dinner was hosted by Ambassador of India to Serbia H.E. Subrata Bhattacharjee to celebrate ‘‘Diwali - Festival of Lights”. Speaking on the significance...

French Decorations for artists Jana Adamovic, Milan Manic and Aleksandra Petkovic TKV

Ambassador of France to Serbia, H.E. Jean-Louis Falconi on behalf of the French Minister of Culture awarded the Order of Arts and Literature in...

Czech Embassy Host Exhibition 30 Years of Freedom

The Embassy of the Czech Republic in Belgrade hosted an exhibition "30 Years of Freedom", at the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia. The...

Exhibition “BELGRADE – HELSINKI, 90 Years of Diplomatic Relations”

Foreign ministers Ivica Dacic and Pekka Haavisto mark 90 years of diplomatic relations between Serbia and Finland The Ministers of Foreign Affairs of Serbia and...

American Culture

Cultural Melting Pot

The United States is the third-largest country in the world with a population of more than 325 million, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. A child is born every 8 seconds, and a person dies every 12 seconds

Frank Baumann, Director of Goethe-Institut Belgrade

We Strive to Focus On the Future

“Germany is somehow rather present, as there are so many personal relations, experiences and a very high professional knowledge about what’s going on there – and not only in the cultural sphere” says Frank Baumann, director of the Goethe-Institut in Belgrade

Centenary of the Founding of the Bauhaus

Bauhaus: When Form Follows Function

The legendary 'Staatliches Bauhaus' school of art and design (1919- 1933) celebrates the centenary of its establishment this year, and its impact is universal...

Marina Abramović and Giuliano Argenziano

Rice With Black Lentils

We sat down and spoke with the grandma of performance, arguably the most successful performance artist in history, and Giuliano Ardenzo, director of Marina Abramovic LLC. - an art historian with a sense for business

Chilean Contemporary Art

Less Obvious Language

When it comes to the global contemporary art scene, Chile doesn’t appear to be among its MVPs – at least not at first glance. However, for those wanting to delve beyond the mainstream and get to know the exotic outskirts of the discipline, the Chilean art story might just be among the most compelling today, with a culture that’s quite different from the one known by Western civilisation

Jugoslav Vlahović, Artist

General Practitioner Cartoonist

He is a cartoonist, illustrator, graphic artist, artist in the service of the press and the recipient of the greatest national and international awards. He says that humourists and cartoonists have been considered insane for centuries. Today the situation has changed, with many speakers and leaders, along with their listeners and followers, having gone insane, while cartoonists are serious, socially responsible and, of course, humorous

Jeannette Fischer

Psychoanalyst meets Marina Abramovic

In summer 2015, famous performance artist Marina Abramovic and psychanalyst Jeannette Fischer spent four days together at Abramovic’s house in the Hudson Valley. Associating...

“Psychoanalyst meets Marina Abramovic” Book Promotion at the Swiss Embassy

On the occasion of the launch of the Serbian translation of the book “Psychoanalyst meets Marina Abramovic” by Jeannette Fischer, the Ambassador of Switzerland...
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