The ‘Traveling Patterns of Serbia’ exhibition, which will give visitors a chance to see stylized patterns from famous Pirot carpets, transposed into authentic paintings in acrylic and oil on canvas by Milica Živadinović, PhD, will be opened in the Svilara Cultural Station on 10 December at 7 p.m.

The project, implemented by the French Institute in Serbia, represents an unusual combination of traditional and modern, and unites Milica’s eclectic approach to ethnology, which she continuously nurtures and by which she is recognizable. She will present her rich artistic opus full of strong symbolism, in an accessible and understandable way.

Milica Živadinović was born in Belgrade, but her French origins took her to Paris, where she spent the past 20 years. The specific mixture of the author’s origin and stay on different meridians greatly influenced her artistic expression.

Patterns full of wonderful colours, ornaments and intimate stories travel with the help of unique works of art all the way to Svilara and will stay there until 22 December. The exhibition will be available every working day from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Visit us!