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The exhibition “Serbian art in ten images” from the collection of the Matica Srpska Gallery, authored by Snežana Mišić, has opened at the French Institute in Belgrade.

The exhibition has been organised to mark the occasion of the Month of Francophonie and the 170th anniversary of Matica Srpska Gallery.

The opening of the exhibition was attended by Tijana Palkovljević Bugarski, director of Matica Srpska Gallery, Jean-Baptiste Cuzin, director of the French Institute in Serbia, French Ambassador Christine Moro and the author.

Mišić said that the exhibition was created in order to use ten images to present our art collection and thus show the development of Serbian art in the period from the 18th century to the mid-20th century.

The exhibition will be held up to the 14th of April.

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