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OPEN HOUSE – PALACE OF THE FEDERAL EXECUTIVE COUNCIL IN NOVI BEOGRAD – PALACE “SERBIA”

Monday, 08.05.2017.

16.00-18.00                         

BINA OPEN HOUSE: THE PALACE OF THE FORMER FEDERAL EXECUTIVE             COUNCIL IN NEW BELGRADE – THE PALACE "SERBIA"

Guided by: Sandra Vesić and Slavomir Anđelić

→ The Palace "Serbia", the plateau in front of the main entrance

The Federal Executive Council Building is one of the most representative realizations of postwar Belgrade and Yugoslav architecture. It was officially opened in 1961 on the occasion of the first Conference of Non-Aligned Countries in Belgrade, and in its fifty-year history it has been the venue of important political events. Work on it commenced according to the winning project of architects Vladimir Potočnjak, Anton Ulrich, Zlatko Neumann and Dragica Perak in 1947, and was realized to the design of Mikhail Jankovic and Design Office “Stadium”, marking the victory of the modernist conception in Yugoslav architecture. The history of the building shows all the complexity of the governing political, cultural and social relations in the region. The unique interior design program, with numerous works of fine and applied arts, which are an integral part of the building, gives the Palace the character of some kind of gallery of Yugoslav art of the XX century.

The first part of the walk will involve a tour of the building with the aim of observing and explaining its architectural and urban planning values, after which the visitors will have the opportunity to see a unique interior design with emphasis on representative premises.

Sandra Vesić Tesla is graduated as an art historian and is employed as a curator at the Directorate for the Common Affairs of the Republic Authorities. She is responsible for maintaining and keeping records on the exhibits from the collection of artwork in the domain of fine arts and applied arts at the buildings of the Government of the Republic of Serbia (residences, representative buildings and two cultural monuments – the Palace "Serbia" and Villa Obrenović in Smederevo).

Slavomir Anđelić is an academic, painter, member of ULUS (Fine Arts Society of Serbia) and employed as a curator at the Directorate for the Common Affairs of Republic Authorities. He is responsible for maintaining and keeping records on the exhibits from the collection of artwork in the domain of fine arts and applied arts at the buildings of the Government of the Republic of Serbia (residences, representative buildings and two cultural monuments – the Palace "Serbia" and Villa "Obrenović" in Smederevo). He is an author and a participant of numerous significant exhibitions in Serbia and abroad. In addition to painting, he also works in design, sculpture and graphics.

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