The famous exhibition: “The Greek Monsters” is created based on original illustrations by the Greek studio Beetroot for the book “The Misunderstood Monsters of Greek Mythology.” The exhibition showcases graffiti and sculptures which can be best experienced with the “augmented reality” technology. Dusan Reljin, the acclaimed Serbian photographer residing in New York who photographs the world’s biggest stars, will display his latest work titled 10/10, while the Austrian design superstar Thomas Feichtner will allow the Serbian public a rare and precious behind-the-scenes glimpse into his design process. The rising Swiss design star Adrien Rovero will display an installation of “custom made” stools in Serbian national colors, and one of the world’s most influential modern illustrators, Ukrainian-Danish artist Sergei Sviatchenko, will show a personal, modern vision of life, using a site specific installation made for the central hall of the Museum.
The German avant-garde studio KramWeisshaar will display a digital installation inspired by their spectacular research on high technology, and Serbian artist and designer Dejana Kabiljo, who lives and works in Vienna, will showcase her golden armchair installation premiered in Milan and made of YNA military scraps. The Czech curators Okolo will design the museum’s most magical room, a poetic experiment working with the history of contemporary mirrors, while the best crop of Serbian designers will have the opportunity to demonstrate their creativity in the award-winning exhibition titled Creative Space Serbia, produced by SIEPA. Finally, the famous Swiss -Polish innovator in the field of steel, Oskar Zieta, brings his FIDA technology to MOCA, which he uses to produce chairs, bridges, even wind rotors, while the most famous Serbian fashion designer Dragana Ognjenovic will showcase a unique display of her design concepts.
The Museum of Contemporary Art will open its doors to all visitors on 04 June, from 17h – 20h, for the BDW opening ceremony, attended by representatives of the government and cultural institutions, members of diplomatic corps, exhibitors and local, regional and global stars from a variety of creative industries – branding, design, architecture, publishing,advertising, fashion, new media, film, business and culture – as well as speakers at the BDW 2013 Conference
INNOVATION SQUARED which will take place at the same venue from 06 – 08 June.