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Laureat of 52nd October Salon Award  has been Vahida Ramujkić, who participated at the Salon with installation Debated Hiistory. Three-membered Jury decided on the Award: Zdenka Badovinac, Director of the Museum of Modern Art in Ljubljana, Dejan Sretenović, Chief Curator of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Belgrade and Jerko Denegri, an art historian from Belgrade. The Jury their choice to give the award to Vahida Ramujkić, explained in the following words: work Debated History by Vahida Ramujkic in the form of the archive interactive installations is dealing with the current topic revision of history textbooks of the Yugoslav peoples in the post-Yugoslav states. Responding to the research the notion of responsibility of the artists which is the main topic of this year's October Salon, Ramujkics work of art is conceived as a kind of open classrooms and workshops of history arriving at the truth is left to the individual as an active reader and commentator exposed material. The quality of this work comes from its participating character and the use of the art field as a development platform for discussions on the status of historical facts in the discourses of science, education and national policies. Also, the Award was given to the Cultural Centre of Belgrade, which includes organizing the exhibition in one of the gallery space center, thus establishing direct cooperation between the Centre and as the organizer of the Salon artists represented at the Salon. This year's winner is Arthur Žmijevski, an artist from Poland. This year at the October Salon, Žmijevsky presented himself with two works in the form of videos: They, video from 2007. and Repetition, in 2005. In the opinion of the jury, among other things, it is said that Žmijevski in his work explores the long-term trauma caused by different historical and socio-political events. Thematic relevance and perfection in the work of Žmijevski are appropriate to the concept art work of Cultural Centre of Belgrade ... Otherwise, the renowned Polish artist has made several guest appearances in various art programs og Cultural Centre of Belgrade: the first time Belgrade audience had a chance to see his work was the on the exhibition Critics have chosen 2002, the author was Bojana Pejic, then on the 46th October Salon, which Artistic Director was Darka Radosavljevic. About the Award of the Cultural Centre of Belgrade decided Jury members: Mia David, Gordana Dobrić and Aleksandra Estela Bjelica Mladenovic.
Monday, 05 December 2011
Proglašenje dobitnika nagrada 52. Oktobarskog salona: Nagrade 52. Oktobarskog salona i Nagrade Kulturnog centra Beograda, u nedelju, 4. decembra u 16.00 u Muzeju 25. maj. U ovogodišnjem Žiriju za nagrade su Zdenka Badovinac, direktorka Muzeja savremene umetnosti u Ljubljani, Dejan Sretenović, glavni kustos Muzeja savremene umetnosti u Beogradu i Jerko Denegri, istoričar umetnosti iz Beograda. Odmah nakon proglašenja dobitnika nagrada, u 16.30 smo planirali razgovor povodom zatvaranja 52. Oktobarskog salona, a koji Kulturni centar Beograda organizuje u u saradnji sa platformom Učitelj neznalica i njegovi komiteti. Tema razgovora / diskusije je moguća budućnost manifestacije kakva je Oktobarski salon. Razgovor će moderirati Branislav Stojanović i Noa Treister. …Ma koliko u izvesnim krugovima ovdašnje umetničke javnosti postoji žal za nekadašnjim demokratskim “domaćim” salonima, nedavni i sadašnji donose drugačije kriterijume i paradigme vrednovanja, koji odgovaraju zbivanjima u umetnosti u uslovima novih internacionalnih i regionalnih povezivanja unutar neizbežne multikulturne globalizacije. Valja se, naime, suočiti sa činjenicom da je savremeni “svet umetnosti”, podrazumevajući pod ovim pojmom umetničke produkcije i načine njihovih prezentacija, korenito izmenjen u odnosu na onaj iz davnog doba osnivanja i prvih decenija funkcionisanja Salona…                              prof. Jerko Denegri, deo teksta u Vodiču 52. Oktobarskog salona Pored „žala“ iz teksta J. Denegrija koji je česta tema svih pominjanja Oktobarskog salona poslednjih godina, razgovor / diskusija potencijalno otvara i teme kao što su nepostojanje stalnog izložbenog prostora Salona, pitanje šta je zapravo uloga manifestacije kakva je Oktobarski salon u vremenu u kome su ključni nacionalni muzeji godinama zatvoreni, zatim (ne)zainteresovanost sponzora za savremenu vizuelnu umetnost ...i sve druge koje pokrenete... Format koji smo predvideli podrazumeva ograničeno vreme, po 3 min za svakog od učesnika, koje svako ko to želi može da iskoristi da doprinese razgovoru i diskusiji.    
Friday, 02 December 2011
Specijalno, treće izdanje elektronskog časopisa Propeler, ovog puta je u celini posvećeno ovogodišnjem 52. Oktobarskom salonu. U nameri da problem odgovornosti predstave kao aktivnost koja označava umeće da se odgovori, kustoskinje Galit Eilat (Izrael/Holandija) i Alenka Gregorič (Slovenija) pokušale su da salon pretvore u mesto razmene znanja i diskusioni prostor o pitanjima koja se tiču kompleksne pozicije pojedinca i kolektiva, složenih odnosa među društvima, razumevanja, poštovanja i zaštite univerzalnih ljudskih vrednosti, lične odgovornosti, ali i permanentnog preispitivanja odnosa kulture i politike. Pošto u našoj sredini ne postoji gotovo nijedan časopis koji bi pružio mogućnost studentima starijih godina i master studija da objavljuju svoje radove, izlaze u javni prostor i na taj način se pripreme za ozbiljan kritički rad, Propeler je otvorio prostor za sve one koji imaju motiv i želju da rade, pišu i učestvuju u afirmisanju kritičkog mišljenja. Ovog puta, naš primarni zadatak bio je da odgovorimo na sledeće pitanje: kako možemo da preuzmemo odgovornost i delujemo drugačije u svojstvu proizvođača i/ili potrošača kulture? U pokušaju da na adekvatan način odgovorimo na postavljeni zadatak, razgovarali smo sa umetnicima, kolektivima, kustoskinjama, organizatorima, svima koji su bili raspoloženi i odgovorni - prema sebi, svom radu i naročito svojoj profesionalnoj poziciji na ovogodišnjem Salonu - da odgovore na naš poziv na saradnju. Svima se zahvaljujemo na ukazanom vremenu i poverenju jer bez njih ovaj broj ne bi bilo moguće realizovati na način koji smatramo zadovoljavajućim. Smatramo da tekstovi, intervjui i fotografski zapisi koje ćete pronaći u ovom broju predstavljaju značajan dokument viđen iz ugla budućih profesionalaca s različitih društvenih i umetničkih fakulteta, najmlađe generacije pisaca o umetnosti, kulturi i medjima. Nadamo se da smo barem donekle uspeli da odgovorimo na sebi postavljeni zadatak i da će ovaj broj biti dobar razlog da nas i sledeći put posetite. Redakcija Propelera       CASOPIS PROPELER O 52 OS: http://blog-propeler.posterous.com/ ostali tekstovi i nas intervju nalaze se na sajtu: http://propeler.posterous.com/
Wednesday, 30 November 2011
Thursday, December 1st Museum "25 May ", Botićeva 6 17:00 Screening of the film Avenge but one of my two eyes and a conversation with filmmaker Z32, Avi Mograbi   “O Lord God, remember me, I pray thee, and strengthen me, I pray thee only this once, that I may be avenged of the Philistines. O God, avenge but one of my two eyes”. Thus Scriptural Samson, bound with fetters of brass to the pillars of the temple of Dagon, calls unto his Lord a moment before he brings down the house upon thousands of his enemies and torturers, and upon himself. This call for vengeance still echoes in the Middle East. Samson, the hero of a Hebrew founding myth, is the Palestinian suicide bomber of our time. “We’ve chosen death over a life of slavery”, calls Elazar Ben Yair, the Zealot leader, in the year 73 AD to his 967 besieged followers up on the hill of Masada, and tells them to die rather than be captured by the Romans. And in besieged El-Bire, during the “Defense Wall Operation”, the aggressive counter-attack of IDF on the occupied territories during the “El Aqsa” Intifada,  Issa, a Palestinian man, who would never wield a weapon more dangerous than a camera, is imprisoned for weeks at home under curfew and the only relief he can find lays in the suicide bombers. A family is sitting at a wooden table near Samson’s tomb, modelling his story in clay. A hemorrhaging woman asks to cross a checkpoint to a waiting ambulance, and a metallic voice issuing out of an armored vehicle tells her to go away. A group of Jewish boys and girls from Britain, on top of Masada at sunrise, are ordered by the guide to close their eyes and imagine their besieged forefathers. Soldiers in Shavey Shomron checkpoint encircle the director, stretch out their hands again and again to remove his camera, then abruptly leave.  An old Palestinian woman who wants to visit her daughter on the other side of the Seperation Fence has been waiting for hours near the closed gates, finally breaks down and wishes she was dead. Young Jewish religious revelers who gather near Samson’s tomb late at night with a bonfire and a guitar are dancing, praising Samson the avenger, the strongman, the hero who slaughtered the Philistines. Scores of Palestinian schoolchildren, are standing at midday across the Fence, waiting for the cruising military unit to open the gate so that they can go home, but the soldiers are just standing there and don’t open it… “Avenge But One of My Two Eyes” is a ramble between three arenas at the height of the “El Aqsa” Intifada: the pracice of the Masada cult, reinvented in the mid-forties of the twentieth century and interwoven with the leading Zionist discourse; the condition of oppression and besiegement of the Palestinian people in the occupied territories; the continuous religious and secular cult of Samsom, aka “Samson the Hero”. Real places, times and situations penetrate one another and integrate, presenting the Israeli reality as it is: embroiled, violent, suicidal. download file here
Wednesday, 23 November 2011
U Domu Narodne skupštine, na manifestacija na kojoj su proglašava pobeda u velikoj humanitarnoj akciji Fonda B92 "Bitka za bebe" kojom se ujedno i po prvi put obeležava Svetski dan prevremeno rođenih beba su uručena ordenja i priznanja donatorima i svim zaslužnim pojedincima koji su doprineli obezbeđivanju sredstava za kupovinu inkubatora. Jedan od dodeljenih ordena je pripao i Kulturnom centru Beograda kao organizatoru 52. Oktobarskog salona u okviru koga je pokrenuta akcija da sav prihod od ulaznica na Salonu bude doniran humanitarnoj akciji „Bitka za bebe“. Bitka za bebe je počela 1. novembra sa ciljem da se skupi novac za obezbeđivanje više od 100 inkubatora neophodnih za zdravstvene centre širom Srbije. Cilj ove humanitarne akcije je višestruko premašen. Planirano je da „Bitka za bebe“ sada preraste u fondaciju, koja će i ubuduće pružati pomoć zdravstvenim institucijama širom Srbije u borbi za živote prevremeno rođenih beba.
Thursday, 17 November 2011

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