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On Tuesday, March 26, at 7 PM, the formal opening of Slobodan Bobo Slovinić’s exhibition from the cycle “Bijeli Dol” will take place at the MCAM Gallery.

At the opening, MCAM museum advisor Marina Čelebić and artist Slobodan Bobo Slovinić will speak.

Exhibition Overview

“This exhibition, presenting a portion of Slobodan Slovinić’s rich opus, aims to once again highlight one of the most eminent figures of the Montenegrin cultural scene, whose artwork has fully realized and affirmed its artistic value,” wrote Čelebić in the exhibition catalog.

Čelebić also emphasizes that Slovinić demonstrates powerful emotional painting and authentic artistic expression, narrating his intimate experiences through various symbols of artistic expression.

“Imagined biological sequences of the homeland, driven by the author’s strong emotions, provide a unique visual and sentimental experience to each viewer, reminding us of the excellence of dedicated and diligent work whose results transcend the bounds of time.”

The exhibition will showcase the cycle “Bijelo Dol,” created in 2023, consisting of 53 works executed in watercolor, gouache, and oil.

About the Artist

Slobodan Bobo Slovinić was born in 1943 in Budva. He graduated from the Academy of Applied Arts in Belgrade, specializing in interior architecture. He has undertaken study trips to Greece, Germany, France, Italy, Iraq, the USSR, and Spain. To date, he has held over 50 solo exhibitions and participated in more than 350 group and collective exhibitions both domestically and internationally.

He has received numerous awards and recognitions, including:
– The Liberation of Titograd Award for Painting (1977)
– First Prize at the Winter Salon in Herceg Novi (1980)
– Painting Award of the City of Breseje, France (1983)
– The Moša Pijade Fund Award at the XVIII Art Salon “November 13” in Cetinje (1984)
– First Prize at the Art Salon “November 13” in Cetinje (1987)
– Honorary Painting Award, Union of French Artists, Paris (1988)
– Le Franc Bourgeois Painting Award, Breseje (1989)
– November Award for Painting, Budva (1990)
– July 13 Award (1990)
– “White Angel” Plaque for Painting, Prijepolje (1995)

He has also received numerous awards and recognitions for graphic design, monument designs, and artistic creations.

Notable Contributions

Slovinić has been recognized as a prominent cultural creator of Montenegro since 2010. He has been a member of ULUCG and ULUPUCG since 1968. He was elected Secretary of the Committee for Visual Arts of CANU in 1978 and became a member of the “Maison des Artistes” in Paris in 1983. He is also one of the founders and a member of the Montenegrin Pan-European Union.

The exhibition will be open to the public until April 16, 2024.