Bitef FrancuskaExhibition is organized by French Institute in Belgrade, on September 13th, 2012.

As BITEF, over the years of maintenance, hosted many important artists of French modern craft, the French Institute in Belgrade, reminded on 46 years of friendship, organizing occasional exhibition. The exhibition includes 30 photos of the BITEF fond kept in the Historical Archives of Belgrade.


Prestonice pozivnica

The exhibition attends state and city archives of the Slavic countries. Historical development and sights of Belgrade, Bratislava, Cetinje, Kiev, Ljubljana, Minsk, Moscow, Prague, Sarajevo, Skopje, Sofia, Warsaw and Zagreb will be presented through the records kept in the archives.The project is supported by International Foundation Forum of Slavic Cultures (FSК). The Council of Project Implementation, with Andrej Rihter, MA, on the head, attended Dragan Gačić, MA, Director of the Historical Archives of Belgrade.
The exhibition was first time opened in Paris on May 6th 2013.



protokol IAB Ljubljana


Тhe Agreement of Cooperation was signed by Director of Historical Archivesof Belgrade, Dragan Gačić, MA and Director of Historical Archives of Ljubljana, Bojan Cvelfar, MA. The ceremony maintained in the City Hall of Ljubljana attended Zoran Janković, the City Mayor, Tatjana Pašić , the City of Belgrade Mayor Deputy, Katarina Živanović, the Secretary of Culture of the City of Belgrade, Tjaša Ficko, the City of Ljubljana Mayor Deputy and Mateja Demšič, the Secretary of Culture of the City of Ljubljana.




protokol sarajevo 2012Cooperation пrotocol was signed in Sarajevo on Jun 6th, 2012 by Mr Dragan Gačić, Director of Historical Archives of Belgrade and Haris Zaimović, Director of Historical Archives of Sarajevо.
Within the Manifestation The Archives Week was opened an exhibition Neorenesance Architecture in Budapest in organization of the Budapest City Archives.

izlozba cesi

In the Educational Museum of Belgrade, on April 15th, 2013 was opened an exhibition maintaining the theatre activity of Czechs in Belgrade before WWI.

The heart of the exhibition makes over 60 invitations and posters collected, for this occasion, from Czech and Serbian records kept in the archives, libraries and museums. Among the records, dominated those, from standing co-organizators: the Museum of Czech Literature in Prague, the Handcraft Museum of African, Asian and American Culture, the Historical Archives of Belgrade and the Museum of the City of Belgrade.