Intro

In accordance with contemporary trends and promotional possibilities the project Belgrade Art Map acts as mediator over ninety Belgrade art galleries and their audience – the regular one, the non-audience and the potential audience from the local community and wider. With the aim of creating new contents in the city and connecting different sectors and resources, Belgrade Art Map offers audiences up-to-date information on all current and permanent displays and other additional programmes, opens exhibition spaces for new audiences and contextualises the art scene. The result is a much-needed but as yet non-existent bi-lingual bi-monthly printed map with the Belgrade art space programme, accompanied by a website containing additional information.

PARTICIPANTS

Aleksandar Nikolić

Aleksandar Nikolić

Actopolis-City: Belgrade

Graduated from the Faculty of Biology at Belgrade University in Ecology and Environmental Protection, after which he focused on waste management as a source of renewable energy. His dedication to the problems of contemporary society, as well as his engagement in the raising of public awareness of their interconnectedness have encouraged his involvement in art activism and inspired him to collaborate with artists and producers in realising different projects and programmes, from workshops and debates to art exhibitions and festivals.

The project Belgrade Art Map in accordance with contemporary trends and possibilities of promotion assumes the role of mediator among over ninety Belgrade art galleries and the audience – the regular one, the non-audience and the potential audience from the local community and further afield. With the aim of creating new contents in the city, which would connect different sectors and resources, Belgrade Art Map offers the audiences up-to-date information on all current and permanent displays and other additional programmes, opens exhibition spaces for new audiences and contextualises the art scene. The result is a much-needed, but not yet existing, bilingual bi-monthly printed map with the Belgrade art space programme, accompanied by a website containing expanded information.