This year’s 18th edition of the Belgrade International Architecture Week – BINA will be held from May 11th to June 16th, organized by the Society of Architects of Belgrade and the Belgrade Cultural Center. The event will be opened on May 11th at the Likovna Galerija of the Cultural Center of Belgrade with an exhibition “Distance That Connects” dedicated to the work of architect Bratislav Toskovic, who will share his achievements with the audience, for which he received the Grand Prize for Architecture for Lifetime Achievement for 2021 from the Association of Architects of Serbia. A wide range of different purpose projects, from commercial, health, production, and business, to large-scale buildings and small electrical substations, connects Toskovic’s consistency in persevering to the highest criteria, proving continuity in top architectural and building results.
The exhibition program will include five more exhibitions. “To Dwell/BEST – South Tyrol/Belgrade” at the FLU Gallery will present architectural encounters between three architects from Belgrade and three from South Tyrol, belonging to different generations. This exhibition will feature Aleksandar Stjepanović, AKVS Architects, Otmar Bart (Othmar Barth), Martin Gruber, NAEMAS Architekturkonzepte, and SARDO Architects from Belgrade. The exhibition “Architecture in Spain in the 21st Century: the flowering of Architecture through the Vision of Ricardo Santonha” at the Instituto Servantes will present photographs by this author focusing on the works of renowned Spanish architects from the 21st century. The open-air exhibition “Architecture. Sculpture. Memory – Art of Monuments of Yugoslavia 1941-1945” (Boštjan Bugarčić/Maja Ivanič/Špela Kuhar, Jelica Jovanović – Docomomo Serbia) will be presented on Knez Mihailova Street.
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