October 8th - November 21st
The Night Pleases Us...
Former Military Academy – Resavska 40b, Belgrade
Curators: Johan Pousette and Celia Prado (Sweden)
Open every day 12.00 - 20.00; Fri 12.00 – 22.00; Mon closed
Mutiply ticket prize 200 RSD ; high school, students, pregnant women, retired and unemployed - 100 RSD
Artists: Ana Adamović, Maja Bajević, Rosa Barba, Teresa Hubbard and Alexander Birchler, Jonas Dahlberg, Dušica Dražić, Tim Etchelles, Amar Kawvar, William Kentridge, Eva Koch, Erik Krikortz, David Maljković, Aernout Mik, Steve McQueen, Zoran Naskovski, Harun Farocki, Omer Fast, Carl Micael von Hausswolff and Thomas Nordanstand.
Exhibition Guided Tours: Tuesday at 6 pm and Saturday at 1 pm
Promotional video clip of 51st October Salon
Emotional cities, light installation by Erik Krikortz (Sweden)
How are you today?
Emotional Cities is a participative light installation and web concept that visualizes studies and emotions of individuals and groups. Erik Krikortz invites his audience to log on to web site www.emotionalcities.com and register their day-to-day emotional states using a scale of seven faces, from frowning to smiley, each coloured to represent a point on the spectrum from violet (sad) to red (happy).
Art Gallery at the Belgrade Cultural Centre – Knez Mihailova 6
Sigalit Landau (Israel)
Belgrade Cultural Centre, Award at the 49th October Salon
Belgrade Cultural Centre, Artget Gallery – Republic Square 5/I
Love it or Leave it, art portfolio of the 4th Cetinje Biennial 2004
Curator: René Block
TV Show Oktobarski salon - Gužva (October Salon - Fuss) by Maja Uzelac and Tijana Todorović
Friday, November 19th
6 pm Lecture: A Night at the Museum or the Presentation of Art of Moving Pictures, Dejan Sretenović, media theorist and head curator of the MSUB
IAI – Initiative for exhibition architecture
With the series of lectures and presentations, which were held in December 2008 and May 2009, under the name of “Exhibition Architecture – Communication between the viewer and the art facilities” was officially launched the “Initiative for exhibition architecture” (IAI). The Cultural Center of Belgrade (KCB) will be the partner of the project. As part of the parallel program in the last week of the 51th October Salon, the IAI will introduce the concept of contemporary exhibition to a wider public.
The initiative for exhibition architecture was launched and developed by the architectural group Polygon.
7 pm At the Exhibition With...Maja and Ivan Lalić
Saturday, November 20th
1 pm Guided Tour through Exhibition - Zorana Đaković, 51st OS project coordinator
6 pm At the Exhibition With... Borka Pavićević and Vladimir Tupanjac
7 pm Walking Theory - Deschooling Video Classroom project presentation
Resavska 40b/I/hall at the left
Rosa Barba,visual artist
Tim Etchells, performative and visual artists, art director of Forced Entertainment
Hulieta Aranda, visual artist and founder of international platforme e-flux
Jelena Vesić, freelance curator, editor of Prelom magazine
Mia David, acting director of BCC, editor of Kvart magazine
Vladimir Palibrk, editor and art director of ELECTRA Gallery in Pančevo
Concept: Marta Popivoda
Co - authors: Katarina Petrović, Dragana Zarevska, Marijana Cvetković, Maja Marković, Doplgenger (Boško Prostran, Isidora Ilić), Aneta Stojnić, Nevena Janković, Dragana Jovović, i Marta Popivoda
Production: The Cultural Centre of Belgrade and TkH Platforma (Walking Theory)
This work is licenced by Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Serbia. Da to see copy of this licence, you can see at http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/rs/
Sunday, November 21st
5 pm Talk about the artwork: Ana Adamović: Canzona, video installation, 2010
The initiator of the discussion: Branimir Stojanović
The work of Ana Adamović, Canzona is the winner of the main Award of 51st October Salon. The talk about the artwork will engage a discussion about the work Kancona, the politics of memory that stands behind this artwork and the concept of this year's 51th October Salon.
Talk About the Artwork is a discussion platform of contemporary art initiated by the artist Milica Tomic in 2002. Talk About the Artwork is starting the discussion about the current production of contemporary art in Belgrade, in Serbia and in the region. So far, over 40 discussions were held. The basic idea of the platform is that the audience is the co-author of the work, meaning that the consumption of art and discussions about it are an authorial act.