Delhaize Serbia will allocate funds raised at the exhibition and the auction for the renovation of the Oncology Ward at the Institute for Oncology and Radiology
In the next seven days, until May 31, Jevrem Grujić’s Residence will be a meeting point of humanity and art. A collection of paintings from the second half of the 20th century will be presented to the public at the charity exhibition, in the aim of raising funds for the renovation of the Oncology Ward at the Institute for Oncology and Radiology.
Owing to Delhaize Serbia, all interested art lovers and those wishing to participate in the charity activity, can see more than 100 exhibits of authors of various generations with different genre and style approaches at one place, and select the one they would like to have in their possession.
The exhibition will present paintings of artists who are the most prominent representatives of Serbian art, such as academics, professors and deans of art academies in Serbia, including Mića Popović, Zoran Pavlović, Milorad Bata Mihailović, Gradimir Petrović, Velizar Krstić, Zoran Jovanović Dobrotin, Milutin Dragojlović, Nikola Koka Jovanović, Boža Prodanović.
It will also be an opportunity to buy works of artists recognised for their authentic signature, who have greatly influenced the Serbian art scene – Miloš Bajić, Boško Karanović, Nikola Gvozdenović, Nikola Graovac, Milić Stanković od Mačve, Radoslav Trkulja, Olja Ivanjicki, Aleksandar Cvetković, Zdravko Mandić, Grujica Lazarević and a globally renowned representative of naive art – Janoš Mesaroš.
On the closing day of the exhibition, May 31, a big charity auction will be held, in order to raise the maximum funds possible for the renovation of the important ward and its better functioning for the benefit of both MDs and patients.