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Boris Bogdanović (*1979) was born in Belgrade, Serbia. He studied at the University of Art Belgrade and gratuated in a master degree of Ceramic Arts. After being awarded, his graduation work was bought by the Secretary of Culture in Belgrade. The first solo exhibition named „Fathers and Brothers“ was opened in 2007, followed by the „Insectarium“ exhibition in 2010. Boris Bogdanovic is a member of ULUPUDS (association of applied arts artists and designers of Serbia) since 2008. He participated in several national and international group exhibitions (selection) : 9. International Biennial of Miniature Art - Gornji Milanovac, Serbia (2008); the Triennial of Ceramic Art - Belgrade, Serbia (2009); „Ceramica Multiplex“ the Biennial of Ceramic Art - Varaždin, Croatia (2009); „Earth“ - Istria, Croatia (2010); Un’Identita d’Arte - Faenca, Italy (2011). Currently living and working in Belgrade.



Boris Bogdanović (*1979) Rođen je u Beogradu, gde završava Fakultet primenjenih umetnosti i dizajna, diplomirao je na odseku – keramika, kada je nagrađen plaketom i otkupom diplomskog rada od strane Sekretarijata za kulturu grada Beograda. Prvu samostalnu izložbu realizovao je 2007. godine pod nazivom Očevi i braća, a potom i Insectarium 2010. godine. Član je ULUPUDS-a od 2008. godine. Učestvovao je na brojnim grupnim izložbama u zemlji i inostranstvu od kojih izdvajamo: 9. Međunarodni bijenale minijature, Gornji Milanovac 2008. godine,  Trijenale keramike, Beograd 2009. godine,  Ceramica Multiplex, Varaždin, Hrvatska iz 2009. god, Bijenale keramike 2009. godine, Zemlja,  Hrvatska 2010. godine i Un’Identita d’Arte Faenca, Italija  2011. godine. Živi i radi u Beogradu.

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