|This is a list of Aleksandar Zograf related stuff recently posted on the net... Most of it is in English, except where stated.
3AM Magazine did a report of London 2003 event called Shot by Both Sides, with Zograf and few other protagonists of the "new" scene in Serbia :
ZERODENT, a new webzine from Perth (yes! that's in Australia!), has posted a short article written by Zograf, about his meeting with The Residents (unmasked!), after this cult band played in Belgrade during their Demons Dance Alone tour:
Peter Blegvad, a legendary British cartoonist/musician, did a performance at De Balie, in Amsterdam. It was called f "Imaginary Media", and among the artists who participated with their exclusive illustration work were Gary Panter, Ben Katchor and Aleksandar Zograf.
The December ( #73) issue of Strapazin, infamous Swiss comics magazine, has published Zograf's (illustrated) article on assassination of Serbian Prime Minister Djindjic in 2003. It's in German.
German daily Suddeutsche Zeitung has published an interview with Zograf, to match his February appearance in Munich and an exhibition/slide show at Liquid Ad. Store gallery. In German.
Exhibition related web article, in German too:
Zograf did a 2 page report on his experiences in Munich, for the Serbian national independent weekly Vreme (in Serbian):
Zograf's comics are posted every Thursday (and printed in a magazine, of course), they are in Serbian, but you can view them by opening www.vreme.com, and then clicking at STRIP ( which is a Serbian word for comic).
Zograf is among the cartoonists to do a workshop in Sarajevo in February. Here's the info (in Serbo-Croat-Bosnian).