| |     ћирилица | latinica  
Home
EXHIBITION OF NAÏVE ART IN LONDON

An exhibition of naïve art from Kovacica school opened in the Embassy of the Slovak Republic in London on 27 April 2017. The opening was attended by a large number of guests from cultural and public life in London including the members of Slovak and Serbian diaspora in the UK.
In his introductory statement, Slovak Ambassador Lubomir Rehak said, among other things, that the art of Slovak naïve artists from Kovacica made Slovak and Serbian culture famous around the world. Ambassador of Serbia in London, Dr. Ognjen Pribicevic, pointed out that Serbia was proud of the Kovacica artists whose fairy-like artworks put Slovak Republic and Serbia on the cultural map of the world. He added that Slovak minority, by preserving and nourishing this tradition over two centuries enriched the ethnic fabric in Serbia. This exhibition is just another testimony to the excellent bilateral relations between our two countries. Veljko Sikirica, Assistant Director of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development spoke about the activities of the Babka Foundation especially the efforts to place the art from Kovacica on the UNESCO list of non-material cultural heritage. The exhibition will later on be presented in the EBRD in London.


Print version
News
ART EXHIBITION IN THE SERBIAN HOUSE IN LONDON
LONDON BUREU CHIEF OF NEW YORK TIMES GIVES LECTURE IN THE EMBASSY OF SERBIA
AMBASSADOR OF SERBIA MET AN AWARDED PUPIL FROM BELGRADE
9 MAY 2017
A BRITISH INVESTOR IN ĆUPRIJA
EXHIBITION OF NAÏVE ART IN LONDON
PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL TWO-PHASE OPEN COMPETITION FOR THE DESIGN OF A CONCEPTUAL SOLUTION FOR THE ZORAN ĐINĐIĆ MEMORIAL AT THE STUDENTS SQUARE IN BELGRADE
AMBASSADOR PRIBICEVIC GIVES LECTURE AT THE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON
“DEEDS NOT WORDS: A STORY OF DR ELSIE INGLIS”
CELEBRATION OF THE NATIONAL DAY OF THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA IN THE UNITED KINGDOM
Commemoration of the International Holocaust Remembrance Day
SCREENING OF DOCUMENTARY “SERBS ON THE CORFU-100 YEARS OF THE ALBANIAN GOLGOTHA”
The launch of David Norris’ book “Haunted Serbia: Representations of History and War in the Literary Imagination” in the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in London, 25 November 2016
ARMISTICE DAY – WREATH-LAYING CEREMONY
DIRECTOR OF THE OFFICE OF THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA FOR KOSOVO AND METOHIJA MARKO DJURIC VISITED LONDON
THE OFFICIAL VISIT OF HIS HOLINESS IRINEJ PATRIARCH OF SERBIA TO THE UNITED KINGDOM
Reception regarding the Central and Eastern European Investment Conference in London, 13 -14 October 2016
PRESENTATION OF BELGRADE WATERFRONT PROJECT IN LONDON
SERBIAN PRIME MINISTER ALEKSANDAR VUCIC MEETS UK SECRETARY OF STATE FOR FOREIGN AND COMMONWEALTH AFFAIRS ON 21 SEPTEMBER 2016 IN NEW YORK
Serbian fashion designers at the London Fashion Week
ART EXHIBITION IN THE EMBASSY OF SERBIA
THE TASTE OF SERBIA
VIDOVDAN CELEBRATION IN LONDON
EMBASSY OF SERBIA HOSTS A RECEPTION FOR PUPILS OF BALLET SCHOOL ASD FROM BELGRADE WHO PARTICIPATED IN THE CELEBRATION OF QUEEN ELIZABETH II 90TH BIRTHDAY
THE DEBATE IN UK PARLIAMENT “CULTURAL DEMOCRACY AND DIPLOMACY”
THE CEREMONY IN HONOR OF 27 SERBIAN BOYS WHO CAME TO SCOTLAND 100 YEARS AGO
„RUGBY LEGENDS: THE SERBIAN HERIOTERS” – THE TIMES
MISS ANA IVANOVIC THE BEST SERBIAN FEMALE TENNIS PLAYER VISITS THE SERBIAN EMBASSY IN LONDON
SPEECH BY HRH THE PRINCE OF WALES AT THE PARLIAMENT BUILDING, BELGRADE
THEIR ROYAL HIGHNESSES THE PRINCE OF WALES AND THE DUCHESS OF CORNWALL VISIT SERBIA
AN INTERVIEW WITH THE SERBIAN PRIME MINISTER ALEKSANDAR VUCIC – THE FINANCIAL TIMES
EBRD WESTERN BALKANS INVESTMENT SUMMIT, LONDON 22 FEBRUARY 2016
CELEBRATION OF THE NATIONAL DAY OF THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA IN THE UNITED KINGDOM
AN EVENING WITH LOUISE MILLER IN THE EMBASSY OF THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA
THE SERBIAN PRIME MINISTER ALEKSANDAR VUCIC ATTENDED THE CONFERENCE "SUPPORTING SYRIA AND THE REGION", LONDON 4 FEBRUARY 2016
THE SERBIAN PRIME MINISTER ALEKSANDAR VUCIC ON NEWSNIGHT BBC
COOPERATION BETWEEN YUMCO AND BRITISH COMPANY FLEXITOG WORTH 1.5 MILLION POUNDS
INTERNATIONAL HOLOCAUST REMEMBRANCE DAY EXHIBITION
News - Archive