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Bulevar Mihajla Pupina 9,
21000 Novi Sad, Srbija
Tel/fax: +381 (0)21 524 991
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The Union of Associations of Fine Artists of Vojvodina

9 Bulevar Mihajla Pupina,
21000 Novi Sad, Serbia
Tel/phone: +381 (0)21 524 991
[email protected]


Second activity – public discussion Link It, Mark It

Participants:Arjan Pregl, Danijel Babić.
Moderator: Bosiljka Zirojević Lečić (recenzija / review)

(live streaming) 9th April 2021

Discussions II / Focusing on the theme ERASED, the discussions attempted to explore and re-examine social phenomena of the 1990s in Southeast Europe and their effects on the artistic creative practices. Active participation included hosting, moderating and presenting two artists born between 1960 and 1985. The exploration refers to the thematic context and the spatial, media, socio-political and societal aspects of understanding this issue.

The concept and topic of the project rely on the notion of ERASED, which refers to the 1990s and various forms of discrimination that the civil society was exposed to by the state through its institutions. The theme ERASED emphasizes the specific socio-political context in which generations of artists matured professionally during the 1990s, and their artistic practice coincides temporally and thematically with experiences and events in the mentioned period and extends into present time. The concept of the project opens a field for new explorations where, general issues of spatial, temporal and social circumstances in the region are tackled through activism, democratisation and the culture of remembrance.

Organizer: The Union of Associations of Fine Artists of Vojvodina
The Artist-in-Residence Programme

Open Society Foundation, Serbia
Novi Sad Foundation
City Administration for Culture of Novi Sad

Arjan Pregl

Arjan Pregl

Author / Participant

Born on 5th July 1973 in Ljubljana, Arjan Pregl, graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Ljubljana under the mentorship of Professors Metka Krašovec and Bojan Gorenc In 1998, and received his master’s degree in painting from the same Academy under the mentorship of Professor Gorenc in 2001. He attended the final semester of his master’s degree in painting at IUP Indiana University of Pennsylvania (USA). He then enrolled in master studies in printmaking, completing them under the mentorship of Professor Lojze Logar in 2004. His works are in various collections, including the Museum of Contemporary Art Ljubljana MG + MSUM. He is engaged in painting, writing and pedagogical work. He lives and works in Ljubljana.
Danijel Babić

Danijel Babić

Author / Participant

Danijel Babić, born in 1967 in Gornji Očauš (B&H), graduated from the College of Fine and Applied Arts in Belgrade and the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad (Department of Painting), in 1995. He participated in a number of collective exhibitions in the country and abroad. He has won a special award for painting from the 6th International Biennial of Miniature Art, Gornji Milanovac in 2000, a recognition of the online magazine for contemporary art artmagazin.info for successful presentation in 2003 and a recognition of the online magazine for contemporary art artmagazin.info for the best exhibition in 2011, for exhibition Re-creation, displayed at the Art Salon of the Cultural Centre of Novi Sad.
Bosiljka Zirojević Lečić

Bosiljka Zirojević Lečić


Bosiljka Zirojević Lečić, born in 1971 in Novi Sad, graduated from the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad in 1994, Department of Painting. She completed her postgraduate studies, Department of Painting, at the same Academy in 2000. She is a member of ULUV, ULUS and the art group Multiflex. She works as a Full Professor at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad, Department of Painting. She has been the coordinator on several projects in the field of fine arts and education, as well as inclusive work in the field of creative expression. Her professional activity includes painting, sculpture and multimedia projects. She has had 20 solo exhibitions (Novi Sad, Belgrade, Apatin, Čačak, Zrenjanin, Timisoara, Ulm…) and participated in over 120 collective exhibitions in our country and abroad (Novi Sad, Belgrade, Gornji Milanovac… Poland, Sweden, Italy, China, Germany, Japan, Great Britain, Switzerland…). She has won several awards for artistic work.