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American Pop Art exhibition to open in Belgrade
BELGRADE -- The greatest artists of the American pop art will be presented to the Belgrade audience for the first time as part of an exhibition which will open on May 15.
The exhibition will take place at the New Moment Gallery, located in 14 Hilandarska Street.
SEEfest 2014 Awards Announced:
Best Feature Film - Grand Jury Prize: "Seduce me", directed by Marko Santic, Slovenia
Best Feature Film - Grand Jury Prize - "Vis-à-Vis", directed by Nevio Marasovic, Croatia
Best First Feature - "The Unsaved", Igor Cobileanski, Romania
BELGRADE - The greatest artists of the American pop art will be presented to the Belgrade audience for the first time as part of an exhibition which will open on May 15 at New Moment Gallery.
NOVI SAD - The exhibition depicting the life of an ordinary man in the period between 1950 and 1990 dubbed “Long Live Life” will open at the Novi Sad City Museum on Thursday evening.
The exhibition will comprise numerous thematic sections featuring the everyday life of average Yugoslav people.
The semi-finals of the Eurovision, which started on Tuesday in Denmark, will include only six participants from the Balkan region - Albania, Montenegro, Macedonia, Romania, Slovenia and Greece.
Viewers in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Serbia and Turkey will only watch Eurovision from their TV sets.
BELGRADE - This year's international new music festival, 19th Ring Ring, will take place at several locations in Belgrade from May 15-28, the organizer has announced.
According to Bojan Djordjevic, the founder and director of the Ring Ring festival, the main characteristic of this year's festival is diversity in terms of genre.
Only 5% of Poles firmly support the idea that their country should join the Eurozone, a survey by the GfK Polonia Institute has shown.
Nearly three-quarters of Polish citizens do not want to abandon the zlota, Poland's national currency, with 42% of them being "strongly against" and 32% being "against" the euro, as Bulgaria's bTV
The index of the International Institute for Economics and Peace, which aims to measure peace and stability in the world, said Montenegro has made progress compared to 2012, rising to 73rd place out of 162, up from 81st place in 2012.