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Twórczość a upływ czasu. Bata Knežević

2017.11.02, Piotr Hojda

wykład gościnny
wtorek | 07-11-2017 | godz. 13:15 | sala 108

Zapraszamy na prezentację prof. Baty Kneževića z 

wykład w języku polskim

Bata Knežević was born in the middle of the last century in Belgrade.
He has had a life of adventure – 13 schools in 4 countries in 3 languages – and it's not over yet.
His first stroke of luck happened when he came to the Academy of Applied Arts in Warsaw, where he was mostly engaged in book design and illustration, in the classes of prof. Jan Szancer and prof. Julian Pałka. He finished his MA there.
After studying in Poland, he came back to Yugoslavia (a country which, by the way, doesn't exist anymore), where he started creative work in various art sectors. He established studio ATELIER Bata Knežević, where he printed almost all his posters in screen-printing.
He worked for many cultural institutions, publishing houses and theaters all over the same country (which, by the way, doesn't exist anymore).

After this period, his art became very sporadic and relaxed.
He became involved in the protection of an endangered species of fish from the Danube (Sturgeon), a river which passes by his house. Screen-printing had the same destiny as Yugoslavia – it was replaced with faster, cheaper and more productive printing techniques.

He has taught graphic design at the Academy of Applied Arts in Belgrade.

Within his studio "Novum Design", with his wife Svetlana, he is involved in the design and production of paper collections.
He spends most of his free time gardening, making sculptures in wrought iron, creating mosaics, and enjoying gastronomy – all expressions of harmony of different flavors and colors.
It makes his dear friends smile. Without them, all this would not have any sense.