Danube dialogues presented in China

Danube dialogues presented in China

Festival of Contemporary Art Danube Dialogues presented at the 2nd China – CEEC (Central and Eastern Europe) Arts Cooperation Forum Vesna Latinovic, founder and director of the festival, presented the Danube Dialogues Contemporary Art Festival as a possible model of...
Novi Sad PLUS

Novi Sad PLUS

In addition to the PerformaNS programme, NOVI SAD PLUS is the second of two new segments of the main programme of the Danube Dialogues, the programme that presents a part of the current Novi Sad visual art scene: Danica Bićanić: My artistic practice is based on the...

Performa/NS

The follow up program of the Danube Dialogues consists of exhibitions, performances, workshops, lectures, round table discussions, transnational  exchange of exhibitions (Cooperation extended) … Dialogues are being established at the artistic, cultural and human...
Meet the DD2018 artists

Meet the DD2018 artists

Danube Dialogues 2018 present the authors from 10 Danube countries: Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Romania, Bulgaria, Moldova, and Ukraine. In addition to the main programme, which focuses this year on four artistic dialogues between the...
AESTHETICS OF INTIMATE THROUGH 4 DIALOGUES

AESTHETICS OF INTIMATE THROUGH 4 DIALOGUES

During this year’s Montenegrin-Serbian art dialogues, eight authors displayed their works on four exhibitons, four from each country. Their creative work, in a thematic, conceptual and philosophical sense, entered the dialogue long before the artists themselves...
ART FLAGS – ARTISTS’ STORIES

ART FLAGS – ARTISTS’ STORIES

Forty six artists from nine European countries (Austria (18), Bulgaria (3), Croatia (2), Germany (8), Hungary (1), Romania (5), Slovakia (1), Serbia (7) and Ukraine (1)) participated in the international flag exhibition “Migration – Aesthetics of...
Participants about the Festival: SAVA STEPANOV

Participants about the Festival: SAVA STEPANOV

SAVA STEPANOV, Art Director of the Festival Serbia The main impression remaining after the exhibition certainly is a sovereign artistic awareness that one is a part of global problems. In the omnipresent mediatization of the world and art, there is a clear awareness...