BPM 2019: Katarina Ristić i Aleksandar Pfićer

April 6, 6PM
Železnički muzej u Beogradu, galerija
Nemanjina 6

Katarina Ristić – Miniature of Praha

Katarina Ristic was born one winter evening in 1967 in Niš. She has lived in Belgrade since 1971.
Discovering her love for photography during one trip, she has been taking photos since 2009 as a member of the Photo Association of Serbia and the Association of Railway Artists.
She has participated in more then 100 group and five solo exhibitions, winning a number of awards and praises. This is her sixth solo exhibition of photographs with which she will try to show her views of details she found interesting in Prague. It is about the author who uses photography to depict her feelings about life and the surrounding world. She loves life, people, animals, architecture, loves travelling and meeting other cultures. With such a wide range of occupations, she makes real life snippets in which every viewer can read their own story.
Through many photographs, Katarina Ristic is performing the concept and scenes of journey. With her particular attention in photography she finds the details around us. This time we can see a series of interesting details from Prague styled in the form of miniatures as a form of artistic expression.

Aleksandar Pfićer – Zumiranje prošlosti

Aleksandar Pfićer, born in 1980, Graduated as Master of Photography in 2005 at the Academy of Art IVAS Munich, department in Belgrade, in the class of professor Nikola Radošević. He is a member of the Association of Independent Artists and Masters of Photography USUF of Serbia and the Association of Serbian Railways artists from Belgrade. He has shown work in ten solo exhibitions and participated in more than 100 collective
exhibitions in Serbia and abroad, and has been awarded seven times. He lives and works in Belgrade.