The National Library “Vuk Karadžić” in Kragujevac awarded the Charter for the Book of the Year to Zoran Petrović for his Photo-monograph entitled “Kragujevac for Beginners and Indigenous Inhabitants”. From the first to the last page there are all the recognizable ambiences of Kragujevac, recorded with a camera and the imagination of an artistic soul.
If art is an integral, essential or accompanying part of our lives to such an extent, then the 85 years of the existence and operation of Kolarac Endowment can also be marked as – giving light as a gift
Madam Chen is our official tourism ambassador and extremely popular writer in China. She has dedicatedly been working on the promotion of Serbia.
Tomislav Peternek one is of the best photographers nowadays. In 1967, he became Master of Photography at the Yugoslav Photo-Association; in 1973, he received one of the highest world titles – FIAP Excellence – from the International Federation for Art Photography.
The Belgrade Dance Festival was created as a real adventure, i.e. a private initiative in Serbian culture. Fifteen years ago, it was a rarity and great courage. As time was passing by, the Festival was persistently developing, becoming more visible, transforming into a project of a public interest and significance.
The horizons and profession of Svetlana Dingarac, born and grown up in Belgrade, changed when she was mountaineering for the first time – instead of opting for her career as a construction engineer, she chose the one as a photographer.