Muzej naivne i
marginalne umetnosti
u Jagodini


Museum of Naïve and Marginal Art
Jagodina, Serbia

35000 Jagodina
Boška Đuričića 10.
tel/fax: (+381 35) 223 419
info@naiveart.rs

 

 
Night of Museums 2011
May 14th 06pm - 02am
Museum of Naïve and Marginal Art, Jagodina
5th Meeting with en Artist,
Naïve – Margonal
Dobrosav Milojević – Joškin Šiljan


 

December 2010


December 10th 2010
Rosen Rašev

Retrospectiv exhibition


- Dobrosav Milojević
Retrospectiv exhibition regarding
fortieth anniversary of artistic work
 

 

 
 



16th Biennial
 of Naive and Marginal Arts

Exhibition opening:

Great Gallery of Dom Vojske Srbije
– Media Center, Belgrade
(entrance from Braće Jugovića 19)
24 December - 31 January 2014

Museum of Naive
and Marginal Art

Boška Djuričića10, Jagodina RS
24 December - 31 January 2014


15th Biennial
of Naive and Marginal Arts

 

 

 


In September 2013:

September 20th 2013 - 06 PM
Museum of Naïve and Marginal Art, Jagodina

Retrospective exhibition
Životin Nikolić, Paintings
and Drawings



Beegarden, 2000

Naïve and Marginal Art in Serbia
Gallery of Ministeri of Culture,
Republic of Slovacka in Bratislava
February 15th – March 12th 2010

After Paris (France), Sofia (Bulgaria), Subotica (Serbia), Budapest (Hungary) and Bar (Montenegro), the exhibition of the representative works done by most significant naïv and marginal artists from Serbia presented in Bratislava. Author of the exhibition is Nina Krstić, museum adviser, director of MNMA. (details)

Sava Sekulić, Ancient Slav, 1975

Visiting the Gallery Gogging,
Wien
(details)

May 16th 2009
NIGHT OF MUSEUMS


Angels and fairies in naїve
and marginal art
• • •
Thematic exhibition in Museum of Naïve and Marginal Art, Jagodina



The artistic collection of the Museum of Naïve and Marginal Art contains about 2500 works (paintings, sculptures, drawings and graphics). 

Artists
At this moment there are works of about 280 painters and sculptors. • • •
 

   
                     
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