Nenad Trifunović: Side Effects in Art
The conference Creative Mornings takes place at Supermarket concept store in 10 Višnjićeva street on the 27th of March (Friday). Sign up at email@example.com or their website , number of seats is limited.
9:00AM Doors open; attendees fill out Icebreaker Tags.
9:00 – 10:00AM Attendees enjoy free breakfast and coffee
9:30 – 9:40AM Attendees get seated for a brief introduction by Marija Ratkovic
9:40 – 10:00AM Talk Nenad Trifunović: Side Effects in Art
10:00 – 10:10AM Q&A
10:10 – 10:30AM Mix, mingle and linger.
10:30AM Everyone takes off for lovely casual Friday.
Side Effects in Art
Is it possible to create a premium art collection affordable and accessible? We asked Nenad to tell us the story of Side Effects prints – high quality contemporary art graphics of young aspiring authors, presented and distributed online. Side Effects prints is a pioneering project in the region and we wanted to hear everything from the scratch. And to see some prints, sure.
One of the founders of studio Metaklinika, Nenad Trifunović is for a number of years sharply balancing between commercial projects and self-initiated social and artistic undergoings and research projects, some via his own studio that he co-founded with Lazar Bodroža and others by collaborating with the many artistic collectives. His visual thinking often jumps or slides over into the third dimension, giving birth to interesting spatial installations and interventions.
Side Effects Prints
Side Effects is a carefully created art graphics collection and an online shop for art lovers. Our idea is to present and distribute high quality contemporary art graphics of young aspiring authors from all around the world.
“I am kind of obsessed with this print called Untitled 15 by Jovan Trkulja”
“Boasting the sort of eclectic and unusual designs that we certainly favour here at The Coolector, this superb series of prints are certainly going to make for a stylish addition to our headquarter”
“Side Effects collection aspires to enrich your living and working spaces, providing a breath of fresh air in your home, office, mountain cottage in the woods, seaside cabin, or your lover’s hideout”
“A carefully created art graphics collection and an online shop for art lovers…”
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Dragana Kostica is the Belgrade-based editor in chief and founder of Still in Belgrade art, culture and club scene magazine. She holds a Master of Arts in Cultural Policy and Management in Arts (MA of Arts) and a Bachelor degree in Archaeology.