Beindruckende Präsentation des City Walks im Jüdischen Museum Wien am 27. September 2023, unterstützt von der Botschaft der Republik Serbien in Österreich. In Anwesenheit von Vertretern des Diplomatischen Korps, Burgtheaterschauspieler Branko Samarovski, Sammlungsleiterin des JMW Gabriele Kohlbauer-Fritz, Falter Geschäftsführer Siegmar Schlager, Stararchitekt Boris Podrecca u.v.a.
Video: V. Armankarević
TRADITION UND ZEITGEIST:
Wie keine andere Stadt am Balkan vereint die serbische Metropole Sinnlichkeit, Lebensfreude und Kultur.
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City Walk Belgrad: Gehen, Sehen & Genießen
Auf sechs Spaziergängen lernt der Reisende eine interessante Stadtlandschaft kennen, und das aus ganz unterschiedlichen Perspektiven.
Entlang der Routen werden verschiedene Stadtteile Belgrads, ihre bemerkenswerte Geschichte und ihre Sehenswürdigkeiten vorgestellt.
Der praktische Serviceteil beinhaltet nützliche Adressen und einen kleinen Sprachführer mit den wichtigsten Wörtern und Grußformeln.
‘Gold List – Top Contemporary Artists of Today’ is a meticulously crafted list of the most exciting and talented artists currently working today.
Meet the Jury Panel
It is a great pleasure to feature an exclusive interview with Stuart McLachlan, The magician of Paper Art Sculptures.
Anna Rubin’s fine art paintings glorify beauty through Still-Life, featuring meaningful compositions of antique and modern objects.
Unique, wise and critical. Erwin Wurm in his interview with me talks about his beginnings, impressive achievements, the state of our world and his upcoming exhibition in Belgrade.
Dr. Gindi has shifted her life from the world of medicine to the art world. She had graduated from The Florence Academy of Art and already created ‘key points’ in her artistic career when she was chosen as the finalist at the 2021 International Art Salon (Port Reading, New Jersey). She is best known for her classical approach combined with a touch of contemporary. Her clay and bronze’ sculptures give a surprising sensation of ancient times, expressing the complexity of human existence with a substantial emotional impact. Her
German-Egyptian roots are expressed in her artistic style and contain a fragrance of the various cities she has lived in, such as Florence, Berlin and Cairo.
I t’s a great pleasure to feature an exclusive interview with Jim Tsinganos, 1st Place Winner at the International Competition, a collaboration of the Florence
Biennale, Art Market Magazine, and Lens Magazine.
Jim Tsinganos is a multi-awardwinning Sydney-based illustrator and art practitioner with over twenty-five years of experience. His illustrations have been featured in most international illustration awards publications. In addition, his work has been featured in countless exhibitions, both locally and internationally, as a solo exhibitor and as part of group shows. He has been commissioned by a varied selection of clients throughout his career.