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Belgrade Welcomes Paja Jovanović’s “Rest of the Bashibazouk”

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Belgrade’s cultural scene celebrates the arrival of “Rest of the Bashibazouk,” a notable work by Paja Jovanović, following its acquisition from a Sotheby’s auction in London, as announced by the Ministry of Culture. The Belgrade City Museum, the new home for this artwork, secured the painting in late November.

Director Jelena Medaković of the Belgrade City Museum shared with “Vreme” the artwork’s arrival, highlighting the extensive precautions taken to ensure its safe transport. “The painting has been unpacked and is in perfect condition, showcasing its full splendor and beauty,” Medaković noted.

A minor adjustment to the painting’s frame is anticipated before its public display. The museum aims to complete this swiftly, allowing the artwork to be exhibited at the historical Konak of Princess Ljubica. This setting is expected to complement the painting’s era and enhance the overall experience for visitors.

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