Visual Arts Week / Kaleidoscope of Culture
During the visual arts week, the audience will have a chance to enjoy the programmes dedicated to the rich cultural heritage and contemporary visual art at several locations across the city, from 24 to 29 September, as part of the Kaleidoscope of Culture programme arch.
Visitors witness a different concept of presenting visual art through new art media and forms, multimedia exhibitions and a rich accompanying programme that includes documentaries, videos, performances, art installations, lectures, etc.
In the title year of the European Capital of Culture, the main events of the visual arts week will be a large exhibition dedicated to one of the most significant Serbian painters of the 20th century and a representative of Serbian modernism in European painting – ‘Sava Šumanović and European Realism of Two World Wars’, as well as the first independent retrospective exhibition by Dragoljub Raša Todosijević, one of our most prominent conceptual artists and representatives of Serbia at the Venice Biennale of Contemporary Art.
9 – 29 September
Exhibition / Tomorrow is Monday – Dragoljub Raša Todosijević / Museum of Contemporary Art of Vojvodina
10 September – 9 October
Exhibition / Metroplex 2022 – 2122 / Novo Mesto in Novo Naselje
24 September – 4 December
Exhibition / Sava Šumanović and European Realism Between the Two World Wars / Pavle Beljanski Memorial Collection, Gallery of Matica Srpska and Art Gallery ‘Sava Šumanović’ in Šid
24 – 29 September
Concert / DOLCE TORMENTO / Gallery Square
25 September – 25 November
Exhibition / Quo Vadis Mundi? / Suba’s Plateau in Liman Park
26 – 29 September
Lecture and workshops / Conservation and Restoration Through Camera Lens / Egység Cultural Station, 12 p.m.
The partner of the visual arts week is DDOR.