Montenegrin Artists to Exhibit Works at Angelina College


Montenegrin Art ImageAngelina College will welcome a group of Montenegrin artists to the Angelina Center for the Arts for the art exhibition “Crnogorska: Montenegrin BackyART.” An opening reception is planned for March 5 from 6-7:30 p.m. This is a free event and the public is encourage to attend.

This ad hoc group gathered the artists from diverse backgrounds and artistic expressions. Katarina Svabic is a painter and visual artist and will present a video installation “Magic of Circle.” Nikola Radonjic is a sculptor who will exhibit a relief project “Galaxy.” DaMir Murseljevic is a visual artist who will show analog photographs from his series “The Act of Seeing with One’s Other Eyes.” Luka Lu Bošković is a designer and photographer who will present his photographs of Montenegrin nature. Nemanja Becanovic is a film director and musician and will present a group video work, “Id”. Tina Kuzman, visual artist and producer and Una Jovovic, photographer will also exhibit their works.

This show was curated by Jovovic and Robbie Roach, retired Angelina College art instructor. “Our association with these artists began in 2014, when I invited Una to show at AC in July 2015. I taught a Book Arts class at the University of the Mediterranean in summer 2017, and that’s when I invited Una to curate an exhibition of artists from Montenegro for March 2019,” Roach said.

The exhibition will be on display March 5-27. For more information about this event, email Le’Anne Alexander, Angelina College art instructor and gallery curator, at lalexander@angelina.edu.