This is a list of Aleksandar Zograf related stuff recently posted on the net... Most of it is in English, except where stated.
I did a 8 page story which was published in a catalogue of American Effect ( A Look At How America Is Seen By Artists Around The World) exhibition that is on display from July 3 to October 12, 2003 at Whitney Museum of American Art in New York. This is the press release for the show:
Recently Village Voice featured an article titled A Brief History of Protest Art, and there's a segment speaking about Aleksandar Zograf's contribution to the American Effect show too:
I wrote an article on events following the assassination of Serbian Prime Minister Djindjic... The Italian translation is available at:
And it was also posted at:
BANK OF FUN (a portfolio of creative currencies from the Funtastic United Nations) is a name of the project which was presented during the 50th Venice Biennial, on June 12-13-14, 2003. At the different areas of Venice, Enrico Michieletto presented the performance GONDOLLA®, by using banknote designed by various artists from Italy and abroad, including Aleksandar Zograf. Info (in English and Italian), plus reproduction of the fake money designs (click at BANK on the menu bar):
Gary Sullivan writes a blog, and he discussed the works by Robert Crumb, Joe Sacco and... Aleksandar Zograf.
In Lisbon, where I had an exhibition at 5º Salão Lisboa de Ilustração e Banda Desenhada em 2003, there was a page of my REGARDS FROM SERBIA series on display, where I speak about watching Space 1999 tv show as a kid... It turned out that Paulo Jorge Vaz Pereira was watching the same show when he was a kid, too, so he posted my page (and a short info) on his web site devoted to this legendary trash sitcom...
The new issue of Croatian web site/magazine Komikaze has included some of my works, in Serbian/Croatian.
French comics anthology L'horreur est humaine has been publishing my works past few years, so they included me on their list of the collaborators...
I did drawings used as a set design for a play called "SPRING or a Nightmare in Serbia", performed by Ljudmila Stratimirovic's Hat Theatre. A Dutch web site posted an info, and some of the illustrations I did for a promotional material:
An interview with Serbian cartoonist Burek Des Merdes was posted on Italian web site Comix Fumetti, Zograf's new book got a nice mention. It's 100% in Italian.
Rock magazine from Belgrade has published my comic based on a song by Luna, an early 80s band from Novi Sad. Now it's available on-line, in Serbian.