Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Tag: Culture

Days of Israeli Films

The traditional festival Days of Israeli Films will be held from September 20 to 23 at the Cultural Center Hall in Belgrade on the...

52nd Bitef Opens

The 52nd Bitef was officially opened under the slogan "The World Without Men". Before the opening ceremony of the festival, in the foyer of the...

The World of Rivera and Khalo in Belgrade

The exhibition of photographs "Diego and Frida: A Half Way Smile" was opened by the Ambassador of Mexico H.E. Marco Antonio Garcia Blanco at...

African Art Boom

Modest Yet Impressive

Africa has undergone what the global art world has described as an “art boom” over the last few years. This has led to international interest in contemporary African art, shifting the focus away from naive art and collected ancient artefacts, and has generated enough interest to see the emergence of institutions like Cape Town’s Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa

Embassy Of Egypt Lecture And Art Workshop

Embassy of Egypt in Serbia and the Museum of the African Art organised a lecture and an art workshop by famed artist Mohamad Soudy. The...

The Ambassador of Egypt Host Youth Folklore Ballet

The embassy of Egypt in Belgrade, headed by Ambassador H.E. Amr Aljowaily, hosted a performance by the Children & Youth Folkloric Troupe. The performance...

Žan Batist Kizen, direktor Francuskog instituta u Srbiji:

Zajednička pričao prijateljstvu

„Ovo je značajan trenutak za Francuski institut u Srbiji zato što je Vlada Srbije uputila zahtev da postane punopravni član Frankofonije, i mi ćemo ga svakako podržati.“

52nd BITEF 13 to 22 September 2018

The fifty-second Bitef will be held in Belgrade this year from 13 to 22 September. During the ten days of the festival, the audience will have the opportunity to see ten theatre productions from ten countries.

Exhibition Of Canadian Artist Opened In Kolarac Gallery

As a part of the ’Canada Days 2018’ Ambassador of Canada to Serbia H.E. Kati Csaba opened an exhibition by Canadian artist Sadko Hadžihasanović...

Ambassador Kati Csaba Opens Contemporary Art Exhibition

Ambassador of Canada H.E. Kati Csaba opened an exhibition of graphics by Canadian artists at the Centre for Graphics and Visual Research in Belgrade. The...

“Sports Heroes” Exhibition Opened At The Instituto Cervantes

The exhibition "Sports Heroes" at Instituto Cervantes is a story of Spanish sports champions. From the Olympic Games held in Barcelona in 1992 to...

Benjamin Schmid, Violinist:

Life Is MoreImportant ThanA Career

One of the most versatile contemporary violinists, Benjamin Schmid, speaks exclusively to CorD about his life, which he says is “more important than a career”. A particular strength of his can be found in his exceptionally broad repertoire and very personal style. At the core of his career are works by Austrian composers like Berg, Goldmark, Korngold, Kreisler, Mozart, Muthspiel, Schoenberg and Webern

Norway - Contemporary art:

High Ambition Connected with Quality

Norway’s art scene boomed in the 19th century with the introduction of landscape artists such as Johan Christian Dahl and Johannes Flintoe. Since then, it has seen an increase in local Impressionist, Realist, and Modernist artists, after a long history of importing rather than creating artworks. Today, Norway is proud to have bred many internationally recognised artists, from printmakers to sculptors to jewellers

National Museum Of Serbia Reopened

Serbia has reopened National Museum, the country's main museum, 19 years after it was closed in the 1990s.    The museum holds a collection of over...

Embassy of Pakistan to host the exhibition “Emerging Pakistan & Mango...

Pakistani Ambassador to Serbia H.E. Syed Adil Gilani will open a colourful exhibition titled "Emerging Pakistan and Mango Show" on the Republic Square at 6:00...

Exhibition “Belgrade – Tunis: Centenary Of Friendship”

Ambassador of the Republic of Tunisia H.E. Seyf Allah Rejeb opened an exhibition dedicated to the century of friendship between Belgrade and Tunis, capital...

Charles Simic, poet and essayist:

A Smoked Ham For Poetry

Charles Simić is among America’s greatest poets. In late August he spent two days in his hometown of Belgrade, whilst on his way back from Macedonia, where he received the "Golden Wreath of the Struga Poetry Evenings", one of Europe’s most important poetry awards, in recognition of his entire poetry opus.

Ivan Medenica, Artistic Director Of BITEF:

Is BITEF Returning To The World Scene?

“Opening Bitef with none other than the play Mount Olympus, which is currently one of the most famous in the world, truly reaffirms what Bitef is and its grandeur in every sense of the word.”