Predrag Nešković

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Born in Bijela 1938.

Predrag Nešković graduated from the Academy of Applied Arts in Belgrade. Exhibits since 1960. Solo exhibitions include: New Dandy-Men’s Wear Autumn/Winter 07/08, Gallery O3ONE, Belgrade (2007), Gobelins, Sebastian Gallery, Belgrade (1991), Retrospective exhibition, Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade (1988), Centro Morandi, Roma (1979), Grabowsky Gallery, London (1974) Salon of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade (1967). He took part in numerous group exhibitions including: On Normality. Art in Serbia 1989–2001, Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade (2005). 2nd Annual Exhibition of Centre for Contemporary Art, SULUJ Gallery, Belgrade (1997), Expressiv, Hirschorn Museum and Sculpture Gallery, Washington, Museum des 20. Jahrhunderts, Wien (1988), Umetnost osamdesetih, Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade (1983). He presented Yugoslavia at Venice Biennale (1978). Recived many important awards׃ Ivan Tabaković Award (1985), 41st October Salon Award (2000), Politika Award (2007). Lives and works in Belgrade.

We present artwork signed by Predrag Nešković included in the collection of MoCA:
The Big Fighter, 1964, tempera on canvas, 150x118cm

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