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CITY EVENT – DAYS OF BELGRADE

The main goal of the “Days of Belgrade” 16 – 19 April 2016 is to present the history and culture of the city of Belgrade.

Individual visitors will have the opportunity to see:

THE PERMANENT DISPLAY: ART OF WEST AFRICA FROM THE PEČAR COLLECTION

THEMATIC EXHIBITION: “IBEJI: TWICE BORN” – exhibition dedicated to twin sculpture of the Yoruba people from the Pavlić collection, curated by Аlеksаndra Prоdаnоvić-Bојоvić (MAA)

EXHIBITION: “TO JERBA WITH LOVE” – mini-exhibition of oil paintings and photographs by Dušan Simeonović (open until 18 April)

Special programs:

Saturday, 16 April, 13h

Guided tour through the exhibition:
“The Museum as Object: the historical context of the establishment of the Museum of African Art”
Tour guide: Dragana Breberina, historian

Each museum tells a story and sends a specific message using a specific model of representation. The Museum of African Art in Belgrade opened its doors to the public in 1977, as part of the politics and ideology of the Non-Aligned movement, and the Museum itself was based on the gift-collection of Zdravko and Veda Pеčаr – a collection which was donated to the city of Belgrade in 1974. Find out the importance of the Museum of African Art to the city of Belgrade and learn about its permanent displays and collections.

Sunday, 17 April, 11-13ч

Complementary program of the thematic exhibition: “IBEJI: TWICE BORN”:
GUIDED TOUR THROUGH THE EXHIBITION „Ibedji - twice born“ + CREATIVE WORKSHOP FOR KIDS „Art and myths of the Yoruba“ (age 4 to 12)

Individual visits to the Museum of African Art, 10-18h, for the duration of the “Days of Belgrade” event (16-19. April) are FREE.

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