ABOUT PUBLIKUM CALENDAR PROJECT

ABOUT PUBLIKUM CALENDAR PROJECT

Nada Ray and Stanislav Sarp Directors Publikum calendar

 

Publikum Calendar, an interdisciplinary, international art publishing project and branding vessel for Publikum Printing house (Belgrade, Serbia), started as a print project, but quickly embraced and incorporated other media including art installation, public event, documentary film, live art performance and advertising tools including print adds, billboards, TV commercials, original TV programing (etc).

Creative Directors & Producers:

Nada Ray & Djordje Milekic (aka Stanislav Sharp),
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First Publikum Calendar IMPOSSIBLE

by STANISLAV SHARP published 1993 ( Top)


 

Publikum Calendar, an interdisciplinary, international art publishing project and branding vessel for Publikum Printing house (Belgrade, Serbia), has published works by more than 100 contributing Serbian and world renowned artists, including Christo, Oliviero Toscani, Paula Scher, Barbara Kruger, David Byrne, Wim Wenders, Marina Abramovic, Mirko Ilic, Tadanori Yoko, Karllsonwilker, Andrea Dezso and more.

It started as a print project, but quickly employed and incorporated other media including live art performance, art installation, public event, documentary film, and advertising tools including print adds, billboards, TV commercials, original TV programing (etc) with the mission to become a unique medium of communication.

It is part wall calendar, part over-sized coffee-table book, part art object. Originating in the war-strewn country of Serbia, Publikum Calendar is the project whose mission has been to facilitate a meaningful artistic dialogue between artists, designers and a global audience with diverse beliefs and cultures.

The launching of each new Publikum Calendar and its supporting events traditionaly attracted few thousands visitors in one evening: artists, media, representatives of professional associations, art schools, advertising agencies and Publikum clients. Publikum Calendar it was considered to be “the” event in cultural life of modern Belgrade.

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