|This is a list of Aleksandar Zograf related stuff recently posted on the net... Most of it is in English, except where stated.
L'Ostile, comics magazine from Rome, has recently switched it's activities to web projects, including VIRTUAL GALLERY, which will have it's start with ALEKSANDAR ZOGRAF exhibition. The "opening" is scheduled for June 1st 2004, at 12 AM, and the material will be on display until June 30th. Among the images presented are embroideries created in collaboration with Gordana Basta, and Zograf-inspired animation by Daniele Movarelli.
In June, Zograf will be a guest of COMICA event in London ( the list of guests includes Chris Ware, Seth, David B, and quite many others):
And yet another one:
California-based (mainly music oriented ) Dream Magazine has published Zograf's interview with fellow dream artist Rick Veitch. Info:
Fantagraphics Books is preparing a comics collection titled THE BUSH JUNTA (edited by Mack White and Gary Groth), to come out in September. It's a fact-based Bush family antipropaganda in comics. Zograf is contributing a story called Operation Just Cause. For updates on this project, see
Aleksandar Zograf and Gordana Basta were on an Italian tour during late April/early May. Read an info on Ravenna show (if you speak Italian):
There's also a note in Portuguese:
The oldest (still in print) weekly in Serbia, titled "Pancevac", has published a comics section in order to celebrate publication's 135 years of existence. The cover and editorial work were done by Zograf. In Serbian.
Leonardo Rizzi, Italian translator of Alan Moore comics, was interviewed for Brazilian web site. Zograf (with his mid-90s comics posters AUT) got a nice mention.
Zograf had a slide show at National Library, in Belgrade. The overview of the event and short interview were posted (in Serbian) at:
Web site of Belgrade's B92 independent radio and TV has posted a review of Art Spieglman's Maus, written by Sasa Rakezic. In Serbian.
An interview with Zograf came out in Aplauz, a magazine published in Munich, in Serbno-Croat-Bosnian language.
Italian comic book, DIARIO, was reviewed by a reader... (In Italian):