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OBJEKT International September 2018

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beijing rocks on the move

the poster for the exhibition of the Beijing Rocks by Hans Fonk exhibition at Art Space 55 in Beijing, China. Hans Fonk in front of the banner of the exhibition at the Guangdong Museum of Art in Guangzhou. gallery owner and curator Liu Shan and Cora Feng (Hui) at the Museum exhibition. one of his works at the exhibition. Wei Xi: “The scholars’ rocks, with its spirit of tranquility, inspiration, insight, and litheness, are celestial. The scholars’ rocks in Hans Fonk’s photography are also celestial. They are not limited by gravity or stereotypes, as they only exist in a secluded and infinite realm. Apparently, he understands the connection between the oriental scholars’ rocks and the metaphor they carry to mimic the clouds. He is also…

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belgrade spiritus movens

Legend has it that Attila the Hun is buried under the fortress that was known by Celtic invaders as Singidunum, located on the rock that overlooks the "White City" of Belgrade.Perhaps it's no accident that the most feared enemy of the Roman Empire would come to rest at one of the most plundered cities of antiquity, which lay strategically at the periphery of three major civilizations - the Byzantine, Roman and Slav-Avar empires. Its geographic position would prove both a blessing and a curse throughout a history marked by demise and greatness.In addition to the leader of the Huns, others would try their hand at taking over "the White City on the Hill." The name "Belograd" first appeared in papal letters on April 18, 878.The despot Stefan Dragutin boldly…

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the royal palace of belgrade, serbia

the Palace, located on the ridge of a hill, has magnificent views of Dedinje, the Kosutnjak forest, Topcider and Avala. The Royal compound of 134 hectares, is covered with parks in the English garden style. Around the two palaces the French garden concept of park arrangement is applied, where flowers, hedges and trees have neatly shaped forms and are planted in strictly geometrical order. the garden pavilion opposite the main entrance to The Royal Palace, housing the sculpture ‘Povijest Hrvata’ by Ivan Mestrovic. The Royal Palace of Belgrade, Serbia, was built between 1924 and 1929 with private funds of His Majesty King Aleksandar I, the first monarch of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes and the grandfather of HRH Crown Prince Aleksandar II). The construction of…

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the white palace beli dvor

Beli Dvor, the White Palace, in the park complex of the Royal Palace. Construction was completed in 1937 and was built for the sons of King Aleksandar I Karadjordjevic. the central black and white salon . the Golden Salon of the White Palace. King Aleksandar I Karadjordjevic envisaged that his three sons would require their own private accommodation when they would become of age. The assassination of HM King Aleksandar I in 1934 in Marseille separated the king from his family, causing the destiny of his sons to take a different turn. The young King Petar II became the new master of the Dedinje complex and continued to reside in The Royal Palace with his mother HM Queen Marija and his two brothers. The completion of…

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st george's church

The church is a five-domed structure with an interior length of the of 30 meters (98 ft), and the height of the arch is 27 meters (89 ft). All four façades are made out of white marble from the Vencac Mountain. The portal hosts a mosaic icon of St. George, to whom the church is dedicated. Designed by the Serbian artist Paja Jovanovic, it was made in Venice. There are the tombs of 26 members of the Karadjordjevic dynasty in this mausoleum. Six generations of the Karadjordjevic family have been buried in this church, including King Aleksandar I and Queen Marijas children, Petar II and his wife Aleksandra, Tomislav, and Andrej and also Prince Pavles sons Nikola and Aleksandar. The artwork was based on an iconic golden…

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zepter museum belgrade

the Zepter Museum building in the very center of Belgrade’s car-free zone and designed in 1922 by architect Dionis Sunko. the central exhibition hall of the museum. ■…