Street Art Belgrade


Knjiga “Street Art Belgrade” predstavlja sveobuhvatni pregled beogradske ulične umetnosti, kako stilski tako i unazad kroz vreme. Od aforizama i stencil-a (šablona) preko kompleksnih grafičkih rešenja, slova i murala, kroz preko 550 fotografija, koje je autor Aleksandar Đorđević zabeležio u poslednjih šest godina, knjiga pruža sveobuhvatan uvid u jedinstven svet beogradskih grafita. U knjizi se nalaze i citati nekih od najaktivnih i najprisutnijih crtača i uličnih umetnika na beogradskoj sceni: Artez, Junk, Rage, TKV, Lortek i Nikola (Alone).

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The 11th model of a mural for the blind and visually impaired has been installed in the café-bar 16

As part of the "Art in Passage" project, the eleventh model of a mural for blind and visually impaired individuals has been installed in the premises of the social enterprise café-bar "16" on Cetinjska Street.

In Cacak, the first 3D model of a mural for the blind and visually impaired has been unveiled

Cacak – On the wall of the Association of the Blind and Visually Impaired in Cacak, a mural has been painted, accompanied by a 3D model with a description in Braille. The mural and model were created as part of the National Capital of Culture of Serbia 2023 – “Cacanska Rodna”, in a city that, thanks to the DUK festival, is one of the largest street art galleries in the country.

Knowledge is power – a new mural in Šabac

A new mural titled "Knowledge is power" was painted before the beginning of the new school year in the yard of the elementary school "Nata Jeličić" in Šabac.

Traces: Exhibition of street art of Serbia and France in virtual reality

In the cultural center of Serbia in Paris from 31.3. until 15.4. a new exhibition of street art in Virtual Reality "TRACES: Street Art of Serbia and France 1995 - 2022" will be presented.

Presentation of 3D models for the blind in Vienna

The "Art in Passing" project by the organization Street Art Belgrade, which creates 3D models of murals for the blind and visually impaired, was presented in Vienna at the annual Zero Project conference held in the United Nations building

Announcement: The Presentation of 3D models for the blind in Vienna

The "Art in Passing" project by the organization Street Art Belgrade, which creates 3D models of murals for the blind and visually impaired, will be presented in Vienna at the annual Zero Project conference held in the United Nations building.

Urban Heritage Hub

In 2022, we created the "Urban Heritage Hub" - a platform for the promotion of digitalization of urban and street art.

Graffiti na Gradele and DUK

As part of a series of talks on the topic of street art, we hosted representatives of leading festivals from Serbia and Croatia.

Visit to Ljubljana and Rog Center

In December, we visited colleagues from the organization Urbana Vrana and Centra Rog and had the opportunity to visit the construction site of the new cultural center, visit important locations for the creation of street art and graffiti in the city and agree on some new joint projects.

Educational mirror: Stories from the walls and AproPop

RTS 2 broadcasted a show that deals in great detail with the development of graffiti and street art in Serbia, in addition to our colleague Ljiljana Radošević, artists and experts from the history of art, music and film participated.

French edition of the VR exhibition in Novi Sad

During the traditional Digital November event organized by the French Institute in Serbia from mid-November, residents of Novi Sad will have a unique opportunity to discover Take III – Loving Street Art Belgrade, researched and curated by Ljiljana Radošević. This is the first exhibition of Belgrade street art and graffiti in the newly opened premises of the French Institute in Novi Sad, in the…

The ninth model mural for blind and partially sighted people was installed in Belgrade

As part of the "Art in Passing" project, the ninth model mural for the blind and visually impaired was installed in Block 45, one of the largest street galleries in the region.