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Miloš Vušković Retrospective

 

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Miloš Vušković (1900-1975) was an eminent Montenegrin painter, sculptor, illustrator, caricaturist and professor of visual arts, member of  ULUCG (Association of the Visual Artists of Montenegro). More than 300 of his works are held by the Art Museum of Montenegro.

 

Vušković was co-founder of satirical magazine "Ošišani jež", in cooperation with Pier Križanić, Branislav Nušić, Stanislav Vinaver and a number of other famous artists of different profiles and interests.

 

Before World War II Vušković worked in Pancevo and Belgrade, where he completed a number of portraits and other compositions, and later moved to Montenegro, where he occupied the position of the director of the Art School in Herceg Novi and the Modern Gallery in Cetinje.

 

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He had several solo exhibitions, and collective exhibitions with famous names of the Montenegrin and Yugoslav art scene.

Vušković was member of the Montenegrin Academy of Sciences and Art, and holder of prestigious professional awards

 

.Paintings of  Miloš  Vušković

 

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Retrospective of Gojko Berkuljan

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Gojko Berkuljan (1923-1989) belonged to the first generation of Montenegrin painters educated immediately after World War II in the Art School in Herceg Novi. In this period Berkuljan created under the influence of Milo Milunović and Peter Lubarda  like some of his colleagues, but in the early fifties took his own way, which had many stages, ranging from "modern traditionalism" to abstraction. Regardless of the heterogeneous work, Berkuljan's inspiration was based primarily on Montenegrin scenery and epic. The largest number of sketches for thematic phases, the artist logically evolved during fifties. As he used to to say, he was interested in "the development of ideas and research, not just to one artistic expression, regardless how recognized or accepted it was.

 

Together with Alexander Prijić and Branko Filipovic - Filo formed in 1951 the  group "The Three", which in the Montenegrin art marked break with the stereotypes of social-realism and turning to Western art models.

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.Studies and the final version of the "Widow", exhibited in the Art Museum of Montenegro

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This artist practiced graphic design as the technical editor of Montenegrin daily newspaper Pobjeda. He was also conservator of paintings and wall paintings at the Institute for the Protection of Cultural Monuments in Cetinje and the manager of Montenegrin National Theatre (CNP) in Podgorica.  During several decades Berkuljan made about 200 paintings of the stage scenery for theater, "Zetski Dom" and children's theater, "Rajko Begovic", both located in Cetinje.

The artist won many awards and exhibited at home and abroad.

The retrospective will include several hundred works.

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 Berkuljan's works 

 

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Retrospective of  Marko Borozan

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Marko Borozan, sculptor (1909-1967), graduated from the School of Pedagogy  in Cetinje and after World War II  studied Applied Arts in Prague in the class of Professor Jaroslav Horejica and Stefan Bedrziha.

During WWII Borozan participated in the uprising against German oppressor and took part in the battle of Pljevlja. The artist was captured and interned in Italy, but after 1943  joined again the Yugoslav National Liberation Movement.

Marko Borozan worked in the Central National Library of Montenegro, the Department of Fine Arts and then at the National Gallery in Cetinje. He also participated in the formation of the first Montenegrin Art Fund, together with art historians Milutin Plamenac. 

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Borozan was a member of ULUCG and exposed in Cetinje 1958 and Nikšić 1962. His works have been presented in many group exhibitions.

 

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Borozan`s sculptures

 

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Retrospective of Luka Tomanović

 

Luka Tomanović, sculptor (Lepetane, Montenegro, 1909 – Igalo, Montenegro, 1992) attended Teacher-training school in Cetinje in 1932 and practiced in Herzegovina till 1941. During the WWII he was imprisoned and confined to the island Mamula. In 1952 Tomanović graduated from the Academy of Applied Arts in Belgrade. Later he was also engaged as the artistic director of the Fine Arts School in Herceg Novi.

 

Luka Tomanović was member of the Association of Visual Artists of Montenegro (ULUCG) and the Montenegrin Academy of Sciences and Arts. He had many independent exhibitions and participated in all the significant events of the Montenegrin Fine Arts in the country and abroad. He also received many national and other awards.

Commemorative exhibitions dedicated to Luka Tomanović were organized in the Petrović’s Palace in Podgorica and Josip Bepo Benković Gallery in Herceg Novi.

 

Retrospective will be focused on the most important part of the author works.

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.Tomanović's sculptures and reliefs

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