Exhibitions in the city

Museums and galleries in Belgrade do not rest during the summer. Ongoing exhibitions both educate and entertain

Thursday 19th of July 2018

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The exhibition "Photos from Tesla's Album" is opened at the Millennium Tower at Gardos on the occasion of 162 years from the birth of Nikola Tesla. Twelve displays, thousands of photos, slides and photographic plates show Tesla's life and work in laboratories, meetings with friends, associates and celebrities. Among them there is also the oldest photo from Tesla's school days. The exhibition was prepared by the curator of the Museum of Nikola Tesla, Ivana Zoric, and audience will be able to see this exhibition at Gardos by the end of July.

"Time Keepers - Forgotten Industrial Heritage" is the title of the exhibition at the Museum of Science and Technology that will be open by the end of August. The exhibition presents photographs from the field research of material remnants of old industries and technological processes, developed on the territory of Serbia during the 19th and early 20th centuries. Industrial archaeology is a discipline whose results contribute to the understanding of the overall social, cultural, political and economic life. At the exhibition you can see photographs of the Astronomical Observatory Belgrade built from 1929 to 1932, the Briquetting Plant of the Ritanj Mine from 1912, Textile Factory Stamenkovic in Leskovac from the beginning of the 19th century, the Hydroelectric Power Plant in Sicevo from 1931, the Zrenjanin Alcohol Factory from the end of the 19th century and the Mine and Foundry in Bor from 1904.

"Figurae Feminae" presents five young artists who exhibit their works in the premises of the NLB Gallery in 2018. The project was designed by Kristina Pirkovic, Katarina Nedeljkovic, Djerdji Acaji, Andjela Micic and Ivana Zivic with their artistic figures reviving their business space as artistic. During the summer, the exhibition of Kristina Pirkovic is set up, which deals with the psychological characteristics of saints and people in her paintings. Christianity is the framework of all the works of this young artist. In her work, Kristina often uses children's symbols, dolls, horses and lollipops which are in great contrast with the topics of suffering, fatigue, hopelessness and suffering.