“The Zones of Rhythm” exhibition is the first exhibition in the new season at Kula and will present a short selection of Nenad Vujanović’s analog documentary photographs created between 2015 and today.
The exhibition opens on Thursday, February 23 at 7 p.m., and you can see it until March 5 at the gallery of Kula.
Nenad Vujanović was born in 1988 in Arandjelovac. He has been doing photography since 2012, and since 2016 as a photojournalist for numerous editorial offices in Belgrade. In addition, he has been a member of the Kišobran collective and its chief photographer since 2016. He has always been interested in documentary photography, and for the last 7 years he has been actively engaging in it, primarily on the streets of Belgrade, but also throughout Serbia.
Nenad uses the nature of photojournalist work as an opportunity to, in addition to the direct presentation of situations that define our everyday environment, create space for himself to sublimate them through a perspective that is personal.
With his photographs, Nenad manages to present the very core of urban life – its hustle and bustle, all the different faces, randomness and coincidences, changes and development, but also everything that happens in between – unexpected meditative moments, sudden breaks and respites that we notice only when we slow down a bit. By constantly changing rhythms, he builds unique zones of diversity that exist simultaneously in one space and in it they are constantly complemented.
This is Nenad’s first solo exhibition, 40 photographs will be presented, some of which will be available for sale.
The gallery’s opening hours are every day except Monday from 4 to 8 p.m.
Thank you for the support Raiffeisen Bank Serbia and Hooloovo!