Zograf's new book in Serbian, Dvaput naopačke (Upside-Down Twice), was presented in the Zrenjanin library (in Serbian) - http://www.ilovezrenjanin.com/2013/01/23/promocija-zografove-knjige-dvaput-naopacke/
Late 2012 saw the launch of a comics collection titled Russian Avantgarde in Comics, published by Elektrika in Pančevo, and edited by Vladimir Palibrk. It includes Zograf's works on the Russian writer Alexei Remizov, along with comics by an international host of artists such as Arianna Vairo, Wostok, Igor Hofbauer and many more. The artists were all reflecting on the rich but not well enough known tradition of early 20th Century Russian avantgarde art - http://en1.artclue.net/elektrika-pancevo-showcase-of-artworks/
In early February, Andrea Plazzi, a comics critic and editor from Italy, did a lecture on Comics and Journalism (Giornalismo a fumetti di Andrea Plazzi) in the Salaborsa library in Bologna (info in Italian: http://www.flashfumetto.it/eventi/evento/id-23412/day-2013-02-05/ and http://www.bibliotecasalaborsa.it/documenti/23710 ). Zograf participated by giving a live interview via SKYPE.
The Holland-based organization Platform Spartak stands behind an international project named Comixiade, which included comics-related workshops and talks in several European countries. Zograf is a regular contributor, both as a lecturer and by creating comics. Finally, a coffee-table book was produced -http://www.platformspartak.eu/log/archief/Comixiade-The-Book-now-available.htm , and it is said that "This stunning anthology contains works by artists from all over Europe, from Serbia to the Netherlands and from Poland to Spain, including Aleksandar Zograf, Helena Klakočar, Vladimir Palibrk, Agnieszka Piksa and many others".
The latest edition of Punkt novine, a Serbian magazine dedicated to independent art and culture, features an article by Aleksandar Zograf, on his project, GRRR!Program.
Nedeljko Bajalica, an Italian cartoonist who used to be the assistant to the legendary Jacovitti, wrote a look back to Zograf's book from 2001, "Salluti della Serbia" (in Italian): http://www.nedbajalica.blogspot.it/2013/02/300-aleksandar-zograf-saluti-dalla.html
In Cordoba, Argentina, there's a venue/association called Psyconautas, promoting independent art and music, which was inspired by Zograf's Pshychonaut comics series from the 90s!
https://www.facebook.com/psyconautasfest?fref=ts , and they even have a festival by the same name http://www.facebook.com/events/517179671633230/ . ¡Viva Argentina!
The French Institute in Belgrade has opened an exhibition dedicated to Serbian comics, and Zograf was one of 200 authors who were exhibited! (in Serbian http://www.livetv.rs/Video/10163/Otvorena-izlozba
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