75 years of the Graphic Collective

Since its establishment in 1949, together with the gallery, it has been, and still is, one of the leading art centers in Serbia (and ex-Yugoslavia). Through the history of this gallery, the development of graphics in the second half of the 20th century can be traced in national and international frameworks. By promoting graphics, graphic design and other forms of visual arts, GK acts as a mediator in the critical reception of significant phenomena in contemporary artistic practice.

GK’s professional reputation is based on a diverse program, high criteria, tradition and enthusiasm; it is open to new phenomena, directions, experiments.

Who are the founders of the Graphic Collective?

Well-known and established artists of the first generation of graphic artists of the Belgrade Academy of Fine Arts: Boško Karanović, Mirjana Mihać, Dragoslav Stojanović Sip, Dragoljub Kažić and Mile Petrović.

Activities of the Graphic Collective

The Graphic Collective organizes more than 20 exhibitions a year of domestic and foreign artists (from England, Japan, Poland, Canada, Sweden; Dali, Chagall, Vasarely, Motherwell, Erro, Fuchs, Anderle, Brunovsky, Lawrence W, Toshio Joshizumi, Kalaj…). The first happening in Belgrade, in the 60s, took place in this gallery. The GK collection has about 5000 graphics; catalogs, graphic maps, monographs are published.

Current and previous activities

Through the history of this gallery, the development of graphics in the second half of the 20th century can be traced in national and international frameworks. By promoting graphics, graphic design and other forms of visual arts, GK acts as a mediator in the critical reception of significant phenomena in contemporary artistic practice.

Guided tour through the exhibition “Post Print”

July 6, 2024
Guided tour through the exhibition "Post Print" with Mirko Kokir, the author of the exhibition. The Post Print exhibition presents the works of eight female authors and one author of the youngest generation from the Faculty of Fine Arts in Belgrade, the Faculty of Applied Arts in Belgrade and the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad.

Post Print

June 24 - July 19, 2024
According to the conception of the young art historian Mirko Kokir, the POST PRINT exhibition presents the works of eight female authors and one author of the youngest generation from the Faculty of Fine Arts in Belgrade, who in their artistic practices question the conceptual assumptions of graphic art.

Diary of Changes

72. May exhibition of graphics
From May 27 to June 22, 2024.
This year, the graphic collective celebrates 75 years of activity on the contemporary art scene.

Richard Erskine

May 23 at 8:00 p.m
Richard G. Erskine, doctor of psychological sciences, clinical psychologist and founder of relationally-oriented, developmental-based integrative psychotherapy. He is a certified transactional analyst, licensed psychoanalyst, internationally recognized Gestalt psychotherapist and certified group psychotherapist.

Guided tour through the Uroš Tošković exhibition

Guided tour through the Uroš Tošković exhibition

Promotion of Uroš Tošković’s monograph

Promotion of Uroš Tošković's monograph