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Opening of the exhibition of official posters which follow Montenegrin films and theatre plays took place on the locality ‘’Roman Mosaics’’ in Risan, on Sunday, 21/08/2016.


Opening speech was held by Vanja Kovačević, journalist and publicist who works in the culture section of the RTCG (Montenegrin public broadcaster). Vanja emphasized how the author, Danijela Popović from Podgorica, has a gift to transform a story into picture and to subtly and at the same time meaningfully bring the essence of the story to life.

‘’Danijela has the ability to provoke and interest a viewer with her posters. And most importantly, to make them go to the cinema, the only appealing kind of dark’’ – Kovačević said.

The opening was attended by numerous guests and tourists including her colleagues from the RTCG, Slavko Kalezić actor, representative of ‘’Konzul’’ gallery in Podgorica and many others.

On behalf of the town of Risan, both the eldest citizen of Risan Boško Ćuković and a young mister Marko Radulović handed her the flowers and thus symbolically expressed respect of both young and elderly generations.

Part of the reception was also the ‘’Roman Girl’’, who represented the locality with her appearance.


Danijela Popović graduated in Graphic Design at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Cetinje, in 2001, in the class of the professor Mile Grozdanić, and also holds a Master’s degree in Marketing and Business at the University of Montenegro Faculty of Economics. She works as a director and assistant director in the RTCG. She comes up with the follow-up  graphics (signatures, slides, opening credits) as a part of her job.


The exhibition is taking place on the locality until the 03/09/2016.



01.08.2016 god u 12h,  na lokalitetu Rimski mozaici u Risnu, otvorena je izložba fotografija pod nazivom Empathy, autorke Ane Šoć.

Izložbu je otvorio Nikola Marković, akademski slikar i diplomirani arhitekta.

Nikola je Anine fotografije, inspirisane vodom, povezao sa istraživačkim radom poznatog japanskog naučnika i istraživača Masara Emota koji smatra i naučno definiše mogućnost da voda može da misli, pamti i osjeća . Upravo kontekst takve jedne priče predstavlja dispoziciju psiholoških previranja koje je autorka sagledala – a to se prije svega vezuje za empatiju.

Na dan otvaranja, izložbu je vidjelo oko 300 posjetilaca dok je koktelu  prisustvovalo oko 50 nam dragih zvanica.

Ana Šoć je završila osnovne studije 2008. god. na FLU Cetinje i dobila stipendiju za školovanje na jednoj od najprestižnijih akademija u Evropi, Accademia Di Belle Arti di Brera - Milano.

Magistrirala je 2011. godine u klasi Laure Panno i Roberta Rossi-ja, sa projektom pod nazivom "Bol". Do sada je imala više izložbi u Italiji, Srbiji, Crnoj Gori. Aktivni je član ULUCG, kao i Organizacije mladih umjetnika ASSOCIAZIONE CIRCUITI DINAMICI u Italiji. Trenutno živi i stvara u Abu Dhabiju.

Izložbu je moguće pogledati do 08.08.2016. godine.

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