BPM 2019: Asja Zec, Skullcheez, Autosugestija – e/motion

April 10, 7:30PM
UK Stari grad
Kapetan Mišina 6a, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia

The exhibition 𝗘/𝗠𝗢𝗧𝗜𝗢𝗡 presents three young artists from Serbia, who in their own way document the music, alternative and cultural scenes in Serbia and surrounding regions.

From small dark clubs to big bright stages, three different viewpoints will fill the walls of UK Stari grad, reminding us of teenage rooms and returning us to that feeling from which we all started to fall in love with music.

Anastasija Asja Zec presents her works for the first time to the Belgrade public in this exhibition. She made her first concert photography in 2014, but has been actively engaged in documenting concerts from 2016.

“I consider concert photography as technically challenging. The photographer does not have control over the light, subject or location for these photos. That’s why every concert is a unique challenge, unrepeatable and true.”


Jovana Milovanović | Skullcheez | is a more than once rewarded rock photographer and was the youngest participant in the exhibition “50 Years of Concert Rock Photography in Serbia”. Between 2012 and 2015 she had an active photographic presence on the local music scene, capturing photos for local portals and magazines. Since 2018 she has been collaborating with the American music portal Music Existence.

She graduated in Graphic Design from Belgrade Polytechnic with a final photo project work entitled “Photography and Music”. She has exhibited her works in collective exhibitions by the Photo Association of Serbia and International Salon of Photography.


Milica Cvetković | Autosugestija | is a cameraman, photographer and student at The Faculty of Dramatic Arts. Since 2015 she has photographed for several Serbian music portals and she is the author of a number of music videos.

“For me, concert photography is my first love. I bought my first camera with the intention of recording the “real” moments at concerts while I enjoy every performance. There is something deep in the emotions that arises in that relationship between audience and performer, that moment is crucial. We are struggling in chaos, and we are here to feel, record and carry on that moment.”



Belgrade Photo Month
In Collaboration with MMI Festival