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The Ister Theatre’s Photo Exhibition
Aleksandar Milosavljević, Serbia

| Sunday, 26th June 2011 | 11.00 / CCNS |

The photographs for the exhibition Polyptych were created within the Polyptych project of the Ister Theatre. What was created within Polypthych was a polyptych of human body – the main tool of any dancer. Without a mask, without retouching, artists were presented from an existential point of view.
Photographer Aleksandar Milosavljević dissected a dancer’s body. In this case, focus was on some body parts which do not play the ‘lead role’. The photographs look directly at their object – letting the viewer know that dancers’ awareness of each part of their body makes them able to speak, charm, hypnotise.
‘This is me, my body consists of... I feel each and every part. Of the body.’
Aleksandar Milosavljević
Born in Novi Sad in 1958, Aleksandar Milosavljević graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade, Art History Department. He has been a professional photographer since 1979, exhibiting solo and collectively since 1980. He is one of the founders of the Fund for the Protection of Birds of Prey.