Turbulences in the BalkansArt
September 7, 2017 to July 31, 2018
At Halle Saint Pierre
Halle Saint Pierre, situated in Montmartre, Paris, is one of the most important museums in Europe to represent art brut, outsider art and art singulier. From September 7, 2017 through July 31, 2018, the Halle Saint Pierre presents a major exhibition titled Turbulences dans les Balkans (Turbulences in the Balkans). The exhibition has been produced in collaboration with Museum of Naïve and Marginal Art, Serbia and presents works by 25 Serbian artists. With a selection of over 150 works – paintings, sculptures, drawings, collages, installations – the exhibition explores the rich, diverse and complex alternative art practices – visionary, art brut and outsider art creators from the Balkans – that go beyond the mainstream.
The artists presented include Sava Sekulić, Ilija Bosilj Bašičević, Vojislav Jakić, Barbarien, Matija Staničić, Milan Stanisavljević, Ljubiša Jovanović –Kene, Joškin Šiljan, Vojkan Morar, Igor Simonović, Ivana Stanisavljević, Dragan Milivojević, Dragan Jovanović – Gagac, Arhivist, Boris Deheljan, Aleksandar Denić, Bojan Đorđević – Omča, Joca Geringer, Goran Stojčetović, Zoran Tanasić, Budimir Pejak Pejaković, Nenad Džoni Racković, Dragan Radović („Magični čiča“), Danijel Savović and Emir Šehanović.
Halle Saint Pierre