Study visit of Design students to exhibition Kosača - Forgotten collection

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Published on 27.4.2016. u 12:25h

On Thursday, April 21st 2016, students of all study groups of Design visited the exhibition in Kosača, which is very important for the cultural awareness of the citizens of Mostar and the region.

Exhibition reflects the fine art of the 20th century created by local and regional artists, whose works are now owned by the City of Mostar, and kept in this institution for many years as a gift from the artist.

A special feature of the exhibition lies in the discovery of neglected art holdings of the Gallery of Queen Katarina Kosača Croatian Lodge of Herceg Stjepan Kosača in Mostar, which after the restoration and conservation revitalization saw the light of day. The art that captured two exhibition spaces of the Gallery of Queen Katarina Kosača, was classified into three collections namely: Art Collection of Croatian Lodge of Herceg Stjepan Kosača, Art Collection Nedeljko Gvozdenović and Art Collection Sava Neimarević. Particular importance to holdings give the works of Milivoj Uzelac, which are in permanent possession of the City of Mostar, and Nedeljko Gvozdenović and Predrag Peđa Milosavljević. In addition to the older generation, young artists proudly, exalting the gallery holdings by following the model of greats, donate their works in the collection, and enrichen it.

Different techniques, expressive methods, staying away from traditionalism and striving to contemporary currents, open the way for the development of modern art in Bosnia and Herzegovina, which is approaching modern trends of European art, which additionally attaches importance to the exposed Collection. 

Student tour to the exhibition Kosača-Forgotten collection was organized under the leadership of college lecturers of Logos Centre, mr.Maja Gagro and mr.Matea Martinovic.

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