Drawing Art Gallery CHAOS

It is about one of the possible, certainly not completely comprehensive views on the artistic events in the artistic scene in Montenegro concerning drawings. “Nothing has been invented in art, it has been discovered, i.e. everything good is based on a solid foundation of observation and experience. “If those works were at least partly based on the lessons that Milunovic explained and handed down to young generations, than we can consider this exhibition successful and useful for similar exhibiting projects.

Zdravko Vucinic

Anka Buric was born in Niksic, in 1956. She graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts (department of graphics) in Sarajevo, in 1981, in the class of professor Dzevad Hoza. As a scholar of the CSSR government she had an advanced training at the Academy Viwame Umeni in Prague, in the class of professor Vladislav Cepelak, from 1982-1983. She received her M.A. from the Faculty of Fine Arts in Belgrade, in the class of professor Branko Miljus, in 1983. She had an advanced training in Paris in 1984. She has been taking part in group exhibitions since 1982 and she has had solo exhibitions since 1983. She is an assistant professor at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Cetnje (department of graphic).
DRAGAN KARADŽIĆ born at Petnjica in Šavnik in 1950. He graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts (Department of Painting, Professor Radenko Mišević's class) in Belgrade in 1978, where he obtained his Master's Degree in 1980. During 1981-1982 he was a scolarship student of the French Government at the Academie des Beux Arts in Paris, where he obtained his Specializaton Degree studying with Professor J. Yankel. Study trips to Italy, Germany, France, Belgium, Holland, Spain, Greece and the United States. Since 1990 he has taught at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Cetinje, first as reader and associate professor, and since 2002 as full time professor (Painting Department). He was Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Fine Arts in Cetinje from 1990 to 1994 and its Dean from 1994 to 1996. From 1996 to 2003 he was a corresponding member of   the Montenegrine Academy of Sciences and Arts and since 2003 its regular member. He has exibited in 43 one-man shows at most Yugoslav centers as well as in numerous foreign cities (Paris, Wienna, Stuttgart, Mannheim, Oslo, Nicosia, Bucharest, Cairo, Tokio, Hamburg, Rome, Bari, Sofia, Beijing, Washington, Moscow, Koln, Gratz, Linz as well as in Malta). His paintings are found in13 museums and galleties in ex-Yugoslavia and in private collections at home and abroad. He is the recipient of 19 prizez for painting and drawing at salons and representative exibitions ih Yugoslavia and Montenegro. He is also the recipient of the Trinaestojulska Award of the Republic of Montenegro for 1995.

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