Photography, love and fashion await you this weekend – Events in Belgrade and Novi Sad

It’s Thursday, and time for our report about the cultural and entertainment events coming up this weekend.


Event: Exhibition „Contemporary Russian Photography“

Place: Gallery KVAKA 22

Time: from 25th April to 10th May

Gallery Kvaka 22 and Belgrade Photo Month are staging the exhibition called ‘Connections -Contemporary Russian Photography’, featuring the photos of the young and progressive Russian photographers. Cultural Centre Kvaka 22 is open from Tuesday to Sunday, from 3 pm to 8 pm. Entrance is free. The featured artists include Elena Anosova, Anna Block, Ikuru Kuwajima, Varvara Kuzmina, Dmitry Lookianov, Olga Matveeva, Ivan Petrokovich, Maria Pokrovskaya, Ekaterina Pryanichnikova, Igor Samolet, and Danila Tkachenko.

Event: Play „Režim Ljubavi“ („The Love Regime“)

Place: Theatre Atelje 212

Time: Saturday, 28th April, at 8:30pm

The play “Režim Ljubavi” is a comedy which explores, analyzes, comments and criticizes various types of love coupling in the contemporary cultural context of instant communication on social networks, online dating sites and applications, as well as the problems of establishing communication among partners, and exploration of monogamy, adultery, celibacy, marriages and even polyamory. The play is directed by Bojan Djordjev, with Sofija Jurican, Milos Timotijevic, Aleksandra Jankovic, Dejan Dedic and Jelena Ilic in main roles.



Event: Serbia Fashion Week

Place: Novi Sad Fair

Time: 26th to 28th April, from 7 to 9 pm

The 10th jubilee Serbia Fashion Week comes with the most outstanding lineup yet! The event will feature a fashion show unlike anything that was ever seen in the region, traditional fashion awards and the performance of the most popular French chanteuse at the moment – Laure Préchac, plus an exclusive fashion show by a true icon of fashion, Thierry Mugler, on 29th April at the Serbian National Theatre. For more information and this year’s featured designers please click here.


Photo credits:, Serbia Fashion,  Atelje 212 / Bosko Djordjevic

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