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An international exhibition titled “Homo Interior” was opened at the Italian Cultural Institute in Belgrade on the occasion of marking the Days of Italian Contemporary Art in Serbia.

The Belgrade audience had the opportunity to enjoy art by artists Nicola Samori from Italy, Radenko Milak from Bosnia and Herzegovina and Dragan Zdravković from Serbia. The curator of the exhibition is Ksenija Samardžija.

The opening was attended by numerous guests from the diplomatic and cultural life, as well as the Ambassador of the Republic of Italy, H.E. Carlo Lo Cascio.

The exhibition will run until November 30th, at the Italian Cultural Institute, Kneza Miloša 56. The entrance is free.

This year’s Days of Italian Contemporary Art are held for the first time, organised by the Association of Italian Museum of Contemporary Art (AMACI) and the Ministry of Culture of Italy (MIBACT) to promote the new Italian artistic heritage. In Italy itself, the event has been successfully held for 14 years.

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