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Adis Lukac: I build my way with hard work and talent

Adis Lukac was born in Sarajevo, where he graduated from the High School of Applied Arts and received his master's degree from the Academy of Fine Arts - Department of Sculpture. He is a member of the Association of Fine Artists of Bosnia and Herzegovina and has participated in numerous art colonies and symposia. Even as…

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Lejla Piljević Kezo: I can’t imagine life without the violin

Lejla Piljević Kezo is one of the best BiH violinists. This instrument has been an inseparable part of her life and professional path for 30 years. She has been a member of the Sarajevo Philharmonic since the age of 18, the local audience knows her through performances with the band NOBS, and she has collaborated…

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Gian Luca Palazzolo: Sarajevo defined me as an artist

The Italian artist Gian Luca Palazzolo, better known by his artistic name Libicocco, painted sevdah, more specifically, the emotions that this traditional Bosnian music awakens in a person. In fact, the author has come up with a specific way to express emotions and feelings arising from sevdah through his visual art. He came up with…

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Woodworking in Konjic: The “Braća Nikšić” furniture recognized by UNESCO

Pieces of walnut tree, ash and cherry, after processing in their workshops, become art works. The tradition of woodworking in the Nikšić family from Konjic dates back to the 19th century, but Gano Nikšić, the great-grandfather of today's owner Armin Nikšić, officially opened a woodcarving shop in 1920. His son Adem inherited family tradition, then Mukelef,…

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Nature lover from Jablanica – Dženad Džino: Photographers heat up the imagination of foreigners when it comes to visiting Bosnia and Herzegovina

  The municipality of Jablanica, a small town in Bosnia and Herzegovina, can boasts by great sports names. Suffice it to say that Vahid Halilhodžiž, Hasan Salihamidžić and Mirza Teletović were born in this Hercegovinian town. In addition to the famous names, the place where the Neretva river flows in the valley between Prenj and Čvrsnica, abounds…

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Kinoteka BiH proudly preserves Picasso’s poster for “Battle of Neretva”

Kinoteka BiH is one of the seven pillars of culture in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It was founded in 1963 within the Archives of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and since 1994 it has existed as an independent institution, The National Film Archive of Bosnia and Herzegovina - Kinoteka Bosne i Hercegovine (Cinematheque of Bosnia and Herzegovina). Its premises…

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