Zograf’s comments on the crisis concerning Middle Eastern immigration were quoted in the Italian daily ‘Il Manifesto’ (in Italian):

Web portal B92 published excerpts from the article (in Serbian):

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Belgrade’s Goethe Institute organized an exhibition of Zograf’s stories, based on his visits to Germany over the last 15 years (in Serbian and German):

The Comics Festival of Herzeg Novi, in Montenegro, showcased Aleksandar Zograf’s works, and featured two exhibitions he curated for Pančevo’s NOVA festival – ‘Ten Easy Pieces’ (Italian comics inspired by music) and ‘Viva Cavandoli!’ (in Serbian):

National daily ‘Večernje Novosti’ ran a feature on the 90th anniversary of Mickey Mouse, and asked Zograf for comment (in Serbian):


Sonja Djekić’s documentary “Speleonaut” features Zograf discussing his long-time hero, Milutin Veljković, an ordinary man from a small Serbian town who, way back in 1969/1970, lived in an Eastern Serbian cave for a year and a half, isolated from the outer world. The film premiered at The Author’s Film Festival in Belgrade (in Serbian):

The latest Pančevo NOVA festival was held in October 2018; Aleksandar Zograf was the curator of the comics exhibition. Among the guests of the festival were Alberto Corradi (Italy), Niklas Nenzen (Sweden), Joel White (U.S.), Thomas Fatzinek (Austria) and others (in Serbian):

Photo report by Niklas Nenzen blog, on his participation to NOVA festival

Aleksandar Zograf’s comic The Letters of Hilda Deitch was archived in Yad Vashem ( the World Holocaust Rememberance Center) , and Jerusalem Post published an article:

Mineshaft magazine # 36 features a story by A.Zograf, along with works by Robert Crumb, Denis Kitchen, David Collier, Christoph Mueller and others:

Zograf was a guest of the comics festival in Zrenjanin; the film ‘The Final Adventure of The Kaktus Kid’ was screened as well (in Serbian):

The Comics Salon of Banja Luka hosted an exhibition by Aleksandar Zograf (in Serbian):

An exhibition of Gordana Basta’s embroideries and Aleksandar Zograf’s prints was presented at KROKODIL - Center for Contemporary Literature in Belgrade (in Serbian):

Zograf was among the writers and artists interviewed in a boat on the Tamiš River in Pančevo; the interview was aired on Channel 3 of national TV (in Serbian):

The latest issue of Slovenian comics magazine ‘Stripburger’ features Zograf’s comic about visiting Ljubljana, and his writings about the concept of “minor discoveries”:


A release announcement of ‘The Final Adventure of Kaktus Kid’, a documentary/live action/animated film, in which Zograf appears as a main narrator and researcher, was published in the national daily paper Danas (in Serbian):

Italian comics critic and editor, Andrea Plazzi, posted an article on his long time friend Aleksandar Zograf, on the popular web site OrgoglioNerd (in Italian):

Gallery Shots, a blogspot that posts photos from exhibitions held in Belgrade, included a series from Zograf’s exhibition at Belgrade’s Cultural Center:

An extensive interview with Zograf was aired on Channel 3 of Serbian National Television (in Serbian):

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The Final Adventure of Kaktus Kid was reviewed in the prime-time ‘Newsreel of Serbian Televison’ (in Serbian):

Exhibition of Zograf’s comic dedicated to the letters of Hilda Dajč in the town of Kragujevac (in Serbian):

Daily paper Blic wrote about the exhibition in Kragujevac (in Serbian): The exhibition on the Hilda Dajč story was presented in the gallery of the Cultural Center of Vršac as well (in Serbian):

The exhibition in Vršac was followed by a discussion between representatives of the two countries (Serbia and Israel) on collaboration in culture and education (in Serbian): The Hilda Dajč exhibition was presented in the museum of the town of Valjevo (in Serbian):

An interview with Zograf was published in business/economics(!) magazine Biznis & Finansije (in Serbian):
An article about Zograf’s story on the letters of Hilda Dajč, posted on this Croatian website (in Serbian/Croatian):

Blog by ‘Harukichi’ features audio with a diverse selection of music from Serbia and Yugoslavia; Zograf got a mention! (in Japanese):

Along with Homer Flynn of Cryptic Corporation, and some other interesting characters, Aleksandar Zograf took part (via SKYPE) in the presentation of the book dedicated to Mocvara club in Zagreb, for which Zograf submited his comics on Jonathan Richman and The Residents (in Croatian/Serbian):

Interview with Zograf for Channel 2 of National Radio (in Serbian):

Interview with Zograf for Kulturni Centar (Cultural Center), Serbian National TV’s show on Culture (around minute 28):

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Vladimir Pištalo, renowned Serbian writer, wrote a review on The Final Adventure of Kaktus Kid for political weekly NIN (in Serbian): , another review was posted in an online magazine: , and another review came out in another political weekly, Vreme:

One more review was written by the film-maker, musician and cartoonist known as ‘Looney’ (all in Serbian):

An interview with Aleksandar Zograf and Djordje Marković, director of The Final Adventure of Kaktus Kid, on the internet radio station Radio aparat (in Serbian):

A review of Zograf’s Hypnagogic Review was published in Blic daily (in Serbian):

Polish magazine ‘Elewator’ published a theme issue dedicated to the culture of the Serbian province of Vojvodina. A few of Zograf’s comics about the towns of Vojvodina (Pancevo, Ivanovo, Subotica, Gaj, Uzdin) were presented in Polish translation (in Polish):


Zograf’s work can sometimes appear in the most unlikely places: ‘Archimede’, an Italian mathematics magazine (!), published Zograf’s story on Salvador Dali and mathematics, the number’s cover design also by Zograf! The script writer of the story is Giovanni Eccher, movie director and writer for Sergio Bonelli Editore, who worked on ‘Dampyr’, ‘Zagor’, ‘Dylan Dog’ etc. (in Italian)

A video review of the CD release by Italian band Jet Set Roger on Tavole in Musica, culture blog of Nicole Brena and Mattia Ferri; CD packaging designed by Aleksandar Zograf (in Italian)

Saša Rakezić/Aleksandar Zograf wrote for Vreme magazine about his interest in archeology; and also personal archeological finds, these mostly from the prehistoric era (in Serbian)

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Slovenian National TV featured a piece on Zograf’s art and career (in Slovenian)

An interview with Zograf posted by Radio Free Europe Macedonia (in Macedonian)

Serbian actor Ana Bretšnajder performed a one-person show, inspired by Osvaldo Cavandoli’s legendary animation series, ‘La Linea’. Zograf designed the poster art (in Serbian)

Politika (Serbia’s ‘Newspaper of Record’) and independent weekly magazine Vreme published articles on Zograf’s exhibition/story on Hilda Dajč (Deitch), a young Jewish girl who smuggled letters out of a Nazi concentration camp in WWII Belgrade. Zograf’s work is the very first Comics Artwork published and distributed free to schools in Serbia, and is the result of cooperation between the Israeli Embassy and the Serbian Ministry of Education (in Serbian)

An interview with Zograf on ‘The Letters of Hilda Dajč’ was posted on KUPEK audio blog, and transmitted by several radio stations around ex-Yugoslavia (in Serbian)

TV Mreža, an independently-produced show aired on Serbian National Channel 2, featured an interview with Zograf (in Serbian)

RTV1, Vojvodina TV channel with national distribution, featured an interview with Zograf on their show ‘Nešto više’ (in Serbian)

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Aleksandar Zograf’s solo exhibition, ‘In Search of Minor Discoveries’ (‘Tragom malih otkrića’), was displayed in Gallery at the Cultural Center of Belgrade (in Serbian)

The opening of Zograf’s Belgrade exhibition was announced in Večernje Novosti newspaper, Vreme Magazine, and Montenegrin daily newspaper Dan (in Serbian)

Channel 2 of Serbian National Radio announced Zograf’s Belgrade exhibition (in Serbian)

Pavle Zelić wrote an in-depth article on Zograf and his Belgrade exhibition for Politika (in Serbian)

N1 television reported on Zograf’s Belgrade exhibition (in Serbian)

A review of Zograf’s exhibition was featured on Serbian National TV’s culture program, Kulturni Dnevnik (in Serbian)

An interview with Aleksandar Zograf, on Channel 2 of Serbian National Radio (in Serbian)

Zograf as a guest on the TV show ‘Press i ja’, edited by Zoran Panović (in Serbian)

Italian photographer Emanule Mascioni crafted a photo essay of the Serbian town of Bor, presented as part of the Budapest Photo Festival. The work was inspired by Zograf’s Comics report published in Italian magazine Internazionale. Zograf was invited to speak at the exhibition opening, and wrote an introduction for the catalogue (in English/Hungarian)

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