DAILY PROGRAM :: 13/03/2017 Click here for full program
  Monday, 13/03/2017, 19 : 00
Deli Monday - Belgrade Irish Festival

For Bif5 two creative Irish chefs from the Market Kitchen (Temple Bar) in association with Diagonala 2.0 will be serving Beef and Dillisk Stew with green dumplings & ​Brotchan Roy (A broth fit for a king) at Deli Monday at KcGrad,13th March, 19:00h. Join us for a celebration of St. Patrick's week and promotion of this year's festival programme!

Menu:
Beef and Dillisk Stew with green dumplings 
A Belgrade butcher's bull and West of Ireland sea vegetable hop into a pot for a party. Dulse, or Dillisk as we call it in Ireland, is a red sea vegetable that is harvested in the Spring and Summer months and left to cure by the wind and sun - ready to eat when covered in salt! 
Brotchan Roy (A broth fit for a king) 
Leek and Oat soup with nettle vinaigrette ​Brotchan Roy, despite the title, was originally a broth made by Irish peasants using oats instead of potatoes and with no meat. We are going old school and serving one of the most basic but delicious Irish soups around. 
​Also on the menu: an Irish picnic featuring some of the finest Irish cheeses, charcuterie, fish, bread and crackers. Courtesy of Sheridans Cheesemongers and Bord Bia. 

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  Monday, 13/03/2017, 20 : 00 - 26/03/2017
Goran Marjanović

On Monday 13 March at 8 pm Goran Marjanović will be opening his second solo exhibition titled Miniatures in Graphite, a very special and unusual collection of miniature sculptures. It will be his first solo show in Belgrade.

In 2005, entering into the world of miniature sculpture, Marjanović began working in wood and sail corks. Experimenting further with the materials, in 2012 he discovered graphite and started creating his first miniatures from the hearts of graphite pencils. Inspired by the Dalton Ghetti, an artist who is known for this technique, Marjanović showcases his latest miniature creations.

This miniature carvings and sculptures vary in size from just a few millimeters to few centimeters, but nevertheless display the author’s meticulous craftsmanship and attention to details. Designed so that when viewed magnified show the characteristics of monumental and medium format sculptures, while at the same time intrigue the observer to take a magnifying glass and start analyzing all the details. Mastering his expression in graphite, Marijanović’s work came upon the representatives of famous pencil manufacturer Staedtler resulting in a collaboration featuring the miniatures in brand’s campaign. This brought certain publicity for Marjanović.

Besides collaborations and solo shows he regularly exhibits at the International Miniature Art Festival in Majdanpek, Serbia, where he won the 2014 audience choice gold medal.

This specific exhibition will be opened until 26 March, and the opening hours of the gallery are from 2 to 8 pm..

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