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Snežana Lazić and Jelena Mitrović Kocev, archival counselors in the Historical Archives of Belgrade were awarded the “Aleksandar Deroko” prize for their exhibition and catalogue Architectural Culture of Interwar Belgrade which was exhibited in the Ethnographic Museum in Belgrade in 2022. The first prize was equally awarded also to Marija Ristić for her project “Illustration Theory”, which included an exhibition and supporting publication presented in UK Parobrod in 2022.
The prizes were awarded on the 1st September 2023 in the UK Parobrod.

Special recognition was awarded to full-time professor of the Faculty of Applied Arts, Danijela Fulgosi MSc for the solo exhibition of drawings and collages “Transition”, held in the Kolarc Endowment Gallery in 2021.
In the field of architecture and urban planning, the jury awarded a special award to the architect Pavle Stamenović, PhD, assistant professor at the Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade, for the preliminary design of the upgrade and reconstruction of the building at 37 Gospodar Jevremova Street.
Ph.D. Ivana Milev was awarded a special award by the jury for the solo exhibition of sculptures, collages and drawings, entitled “Infinite Sequences”, held in the ULUS Gallery in 2021.
UK “Parobrod” established the biennial award “Aleksandar Deroko” at the beginning of 2021, and it is awarded for the second time, with the aim of supporting authors who have made a unique, authentic contribution to culture in the Municipality of Stari Grad.

The members of the jury who chose the award winner are:
Branislav Mitrović, academician and professor at the Faculty of Architecture,
Rastko Ćirić, illustrator and professor at the Faculty of Applied Arts,
Marina Pavlović, architect and assistant director of the Institute for the Protection of Cultural Monuments of the City of Belgrade,
Marija Pavlović, art historian and director of UK “Parobrod”

Nagrada Deroko 2023
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