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Marko Markovic


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from Belgrad
CCN-Bildende Kunst
Mai. 2009 - Jun. 2009
Marko Markovic was born in Belgrade in 1984. He has graduated from the University of Arts in Belgrade, Faculty of Fine Arts, atelier of Prof. Mrdjan Bajic, in 2008.
In Kooperation mit < rotor > - association for contemporary art


Marko Markovic [artist]
Marko Markovic: Announcement of two sculptures, 2009-05-28 19:00:00 [event]


Solo exhibition:
2009 – Dom Omladine, Belgrade
2008 - Chaos Gallery, Belgrade, www.gallerychaos.com

Group exhibitions:
2008 - Real Presence 8, Castello di Rivoli,Rivoli.
2008 - Progressive hopes 2, Chaos Gallery,
2008 - Progressive hopes 2, Magacin u Kraljevica Marka, Belgrade;
2007 – Awarded students from the Faculty of Fine Art, Gallery of FFA, Belgrade;
2007 - Progressive hopes 2, Chaos Gallery, Belgrade;
2007 – Progressive hopes 2, Magacin u Kraljevica Marka, Belgrade;
2006 - Progressive hopes, Chaos Gallery, Belgrade;
2006 – Progressive hopes, Magacin u Kraljevica Marka, Belgrade;
2006 – Real Presence 6, the Legacy House, Belgrade;
2006 – Selected works by students from the Faculty of Fine Art in Belgrade, National Academy of Arts, Sophia, Bulgaria.

Awards:
Award for drawing “Vladimir Velickovic”, 2008
Award for exceptional realization of drawing on wall “Kairos”, 2008, nKA
Award for the best student sculpture “Sreten Stojanovic” for 2007/2008, Faculty of Fine Arts, Belgrade
Award for the best student drawing and best sculpture in hard material for 2006/2007, Faculty of Fine Arts, Belgrade




Finanziert durch:
Kulturressort der Stadt Graz;
Abteilung fĂĽr Kommunikation der Stadt Graz,
Referat fĂĽr Internationale Beziehungen
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