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Name: Maja Obradovic

Born in: 1983

Country: Serbia

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Works

Biography

Education

Faculty of fine arts, Belgrade

 

Solo Exhibitions

(april-may 2011) Paintings and Drawings, City Gallery, Užice

(21-22.august 2010) "Light in Dusseldorf", Kunstpunkte 2010, Franz Jurgens strasse, Dusseldorf

(22.december 2009-9.january 2010) Gallery Chaos, awarded exhibition from the fund of Vladimir Veličković, Serbian painter, Dositejeva street, Belgrade

(22.september-11.october 2009) "Why red?", Gallery Kolarac, Studentski trg 5, Belgrade

(3.november, 2008) „Fragile in an empty castle", Balmoral, Bad Ems, Germany

(2008) " La tristezza durera", Gallery Faculty of Fine Arts, Knez Mihajlova street, Belgrade

(2008) "The layers of memory", Gallery in House of youth, Belgrade

 

Group Exhibitions

(march 2013) "Collector as a Curator and Selector" – Arte Gallery, Contemporary Art Scene of Serbia in Private Collections, Progress Gallery, Belgrade

(may 2012) The second international watercolor biennial of Gallery A, Batajnica

(may 2012) "Diversity of unity", Progress Gallery, Belgrade

(march 2012) Artist Colony RTS – Zlatibor '11, Gallery of RTS, Belgrade

(october 2011) Art Serbia 1, Painting exhibition, Progress Gallery, Belgrade

(11. february 2011) L'Arte, il primo soffia di vita, Embassy of the Italian Republic, Humanitarian auction for Belgrade University Clinic for Children, Belgrade

(april, 2010) "What lies under the surface of things?" Art Salon, Gallery Progress, Belgrade

(may, 2010) "Uroboros or possibilities of it's further existence", Uroboros private Gallery, Baba Visnjina 24a, Belgrade

(12-17.10.2009) "Evolution and the future", Progress Gallery, with German artist Kurt Benning, Knez Mihajlova street, Belgrade

(2009) "Collector as a Curator and Selector" – Arte Gallery, Contemporary Art Scene of Serbia in Private Collections, Progress Gallery, Belgrade

(november, 2008) Belgrade with Budapest, Magacin Kraljevica Marka, Belgrade

(2008) New artists of ULUS, Serbian art society, Paviljon Cvijeta Zuzoric, Belgrade

(2008) Henkel Art award, House of legacy, Knez Mihajlova street, Belgrade

(2008) Black and white drawings, ULUPUDS small gallery, Uzun Mirkova street , Belgrade

(2008) International Mini-art scene, biennial of drawings, sculptures, paintings, Gornji Milanovac

(2007) Belgrade in Budapest, The Net of Choises, Gallery IMPEX, Budapest

(2006-2007) XIV Biennial of student's drawings, group exibition, Student's town Gallery, Belgrade

(2006-2007) awarded works of students of the Faculty of fine arts, galery of FLU (Faculty of fine arts), Knez Mihajlova street, Belgrade

(2006) "Children's village 2005", Student's town, Belgrade

(28.june-14.july 2005) awarded works of students of the Faculty of fine arts, galery of FLU (Faculty of fine arts), Knez Mihajlova street, Belgrade

(24.may-12.june 2005) XXXIV exibition of drawing, sculptures and small objects of students of the FLU, Dom Omladine, Belgrade

(april, 2005) Republic Student's exibition of drawings, Student's town, Belgrade

(25.may-13.june 2004) XXXII exibition of drawings, sculptures and small objects of students of the FLU, Dom Omladine, Belgrade

 

Awards (Prizes)

(September, 2010) First award on international biennale of aquarelle, founder Pedja Acimovic, Gallery A, Batajnica, Serbia

(15. december 2008) First award for drawing from foundation of Vladimir Veličković, Belgrade

(2006/2007) Great Academy award "Rista i Beta Vukanovic, painters", Faculty of fine arts, Belgrade

(2006/2007) XIV Bienale of student's drawings of Serbia, First award, Belgrade

(2004/2005) award of the Faculty of fine arts - "Ljubica Sokic, painter and professor ALU", Belgrade

 

Encyclopedia

As the youngest artist I entered in the first encyclopedia of Serbian art in 20th century , author Misko Suvakovic, publisher Orion Art, published in November 2010.

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