Exhibition Her Circle in Paris!

Exhibition “Her Circle”, after its premiere at Belgrade’s Kolektiv gallery as part of the Mikser festival 2016 (8 – 12 june), where it was successfully reviewed by the professional and general public, is moving to Paris, where it will open on July 2 at 7 pm in the premises of the Serbian Cultural Center.

The exhibition, which showcases women’s creativity in the fields of architecture, urban design and design, from the beginning of the 20th century until today, was initiated in a collaboration between the editors of the Women in Architecture website and Mikser organization, as part of the „Womenal“ program at this year’s Mikser festival.

„Her Circle“, which the Belgrade public had the chance to visit from 8 to 18 june in Kolektiv gallery in Karađorđeva street, deals with the promotion and affirmation of productivity of  female authors in the field of architecture, urban design and design in Serbia and Montenegro from the beginning of the 20th century until today.

At the exhibition and the supporting programs, the public is presented with a review of representative buildings built from the beginning of the 20th century, in various architectural styles that showcase the built heritage of Belgrade, Novi Sad, Serbia and Montenego, and all with the focus on female authors. With important names such as Jelisaveta Načić, Milica Krstić, Jovanka Bončić-Katernić, Milica Šterić and Radmila Milosavljević and their creative opus, the exhibtion introduces to the public the female face of Belgrade and Serbia.

Authors of the exhibiton are Milena Zindović, Andrea Tamaš Dačić and Ivan Stanojev.

Design of the exhibition by Natalia Zwick.

„Her Circle“ will be displayed at the Serbian Cultural Center in Paris (street St. Martin 123) from July 2 to August 20.

The program is realized with the support of the Ministry of Culture and Media of the Republic of Serbia.

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