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Ksenija Divjak

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Ksenija Divjak (Ivanić-Grad, Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, 24 June 1924 - Belgrade, Serbia, 28 February 1995) was a Serbian artist.


She lived in Zagreb until 1941 when Croatia became a puppet state of Nazi Germany Ksnija sought refuge in Belgrade. In 1943, she enrolled at the Academy of Fine Arts in Belgrade, where she graduated in 1949. She was a member of Belgrade Group and Lada Art Society.

She held many joint exhibitions in the country and abroad, which represented contemporary Yugoslav painters and sculptors. She died in 1995 in Belgrade.

The works of Ksenija Divjak can be found in Museum of Contemporary Art in Belgrade and The Gallery of Fine Arts – Gift Collection of Rajko Mamuzić in Novi Sad as well as in public and private collections.

Solo exhibitions[edit]

  • 1955. Belgrade, ULUS Gallery
  • 1957. Skopje, Salon Moderne Galerie
  • 1967. Belgrade, Museum of Contemporary Art
  • 1970. Belgrade, Art Gallery of the Cultural Center
  • 1975/76. Novi Sad, Gallery of Fine Arts Gift collection of Rajko Mamuzić
  • 1981. Belgrade, Art Gallery of the Cultural Center
  • 1982. Belgrade, Art Gallery of the Cultural Center
  • 1995. Valjevo, Modern Gallery
  • 1996. Belgrade, Museum of Contemporary Art
  • 1997. Novi Sad, Gallery of Fine Arts Gift collection of Rajko Mamuzić
  • 2002. Novi Sad, Gallery of Fine Arts Gift collection of Rajko Mamuzić

Rewards[edit]

  • 1961. October Award of the City of Belgrade
  • 1976. Redemption award at the XVI Art Autumn, Sombor

Literature[edit]

  • Ksenija Divjak , exhibition catalogue, Salon of the Modern Gallery, Belgrade 1964.
  • Svetlana Jovanović, Ksenija Divjak 1924-1995 , exhibition catalogue, Museum of Contemporary Art.
  • Mladen Marinkov (ed.), "30 years of the Gift Collection of Rajko Mamuzić 1974-2004".
  • Milivoje Begenišić (ed.), Ksenija Divjak. Tireless knitting. Unposted and unpublished drawings ".
  • Lidija Merenik, "Magic of Pilgrimage: Ksenija Divjak and Milena Pavlović Barili", in: "Proceedings of the Department of History of Modern Art of the Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade II".

See more[edit]

  • List of Serbian painters

External links[edit]


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