Serbia's vibrant contemporary art scene is a nexus of past and future, where history intertwines with fresh creativity. Artists like Marina Abramovi? and Ivana Baši? generate conversation, pushing the boundaries of what art can be. The Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade and the Center for Contemporary Art host this ongoing exploration. Visit Composition Gallery's website to delve deeper into Serbia's contemporary art world.Map data ©2020 Google
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ARTWORKS RELATED TO SERBIA
Chalk is calcium carbonate, a mineral substance. In art, chalk is most often described in reference to drawing with chalk sticks. These are a mix of chalk, pigment in various colors and gum Arabic, pressed into a stick with four flat sides.
Neue Wilden is the term German artist used for neo-expressionism. In the 1970s and 80s, expressive painting emerged once more in the country, and artists embraced the intense colors and broad brushstrokes used. The movement grew in opposition to minimal and conceptual art.