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MNMA Calendar for 2017

 

 

 

Sculptures of Nek Chand's,

donation to the Museum Collection by Anui Sani (Nek Chand’s son)

and Foundation of Nek Chand

 

 

Promotion

Promotion of New edition of MNMArt Journal and Calendar

Jagodina, MNMA,

Thursday 22 December 2016

 

Promotion of new edition of journal MNMArt 4
 

Promotion of MNMA Calendar for 2017
 

Exhibition of posters and advertising material
 

Exhibiting and publishing activities of MNMA in 2016

 

Successful year at Museum of Naïve and Marginal Art is completed by promotion of a new edition of journal MNMArr 4, Calendar for 2017 and exhibition of posters and other advertising materials which followed exhibiting and publishing activities of NMA in 2016. The Calendar is dedicated to the world classic of naïve and marginal art, Sava Sekulić. The author of the text on the artist is Nina Krstić and the author of design and photographs is Slobodan Štetić.

New bilingual edition of the journal MNMArt number 4 includes numerous articles by domestic and foreign authors about MNMA activities from May to December 2016, as well as those from other galleries and museums in the domain of naïve and marginal art.

On the promotion of a new edition of art journal and the next year’s calendar, the custodians of MNMA presented the most significant events which marked this year; exhibiting and publishing activity of MNMA this year was marked with eleven exhibitions in the country and abroad (Belgrade, Jagodina, Kragujevac, Novi Pazar, Trebnje, Milan), as well as with two significant events, The Triennial of Self-taught Visionary Art as the twenty-seventh art review organised by Museum since 1970, and Museums of Serbia 10 days from 10 to 10, the event where MNMA presented its abundant programme.

 

During 2016 the Museum Collection was enriched with more than fifty representative works, among which a series of significant works of domestic and foreign authors awarded at the Triennial of Self-taught Visionary Art. In 2016, especially valuable donation to the Museum Collection is the one of Anui Sani (Nek Chand’s son) and Foundation of Nek Chand (whose President is John Maizels) including twenty representative sculptures done by this famous Indian sculptor.

 

 

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Journal of Naive and Marginal Art Number 4 / DECEMBER 2016

 
     

 

     
         
         
         
 
 
 
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