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Zarko and Nina / Photo and Drawing

When Zarko posted these images side by side on his Facebook page, I thought he was responding to Nina’s work with photos of scenes she reminded him of—first his photo of the Gobi desert, then his photo of an Umbrian … Continue reading

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Zarko’s Notebook/My Notebook

The previous two posts featured Alex’s notebook and Peter Handke’s notebook . Now Zarko’s notebook with spaces left for drawings by Nina Pops: As I work on my half of our book “We: A Friendship,” I leaf through my own notebooks … Continue reading

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Daily Dose of Immortality

In the afternoon sunshine, John’s death certificate glows bright green on my desk. Never married. Sex: Male. Not a veteran. Autopsy: yes. The sun transforms the books on the north wall into an ordered riot of colors. In a radio … Continue reading

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Nina Pops Exhibition in Leverkusen: Cassata!

Zarko just sent the catalogue for the show, featuring our discussion with Nina over good Greek food. Click on the pages for larger images.

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An Essay by Zarko Radakovic on Nina Pops’ Exhibition “Cassata”

Deutsche Welle has just published an essay by Zarko on the wonderful exhibition. Here a photo of the writer and the artist at the exhibition: And click here for the essay (in Serbo-Croatian).

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Nina Pops, Cassata!

Nina Pops’ exhibition Cassata opened last night in a beautiful space in Leverkusen, across the Rhein from Cologne. Pictures of the exhibition can be seen here: http://ninapops.blogspot.de/2015/08/cassata-bayer-kultur-erholungshaus.html

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Nina Pops at Work

Pictures from Nina’s studio in Köln as she prepares for a major exhibition at the Bayer exhibition space. Aluminum protected by an adhesive layer she strips off in the end. Oil, pigment (a whole kilogram followed by another kilo), fiberglass … Continue reading

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Learning Cyrillic / Ћзрилица

“Learning Cyrillic” is the title of a story by David Albahari, in a translation by Ellen Elias-Bursac, published in Words without Borders, January 2007. It is also the title of a book of short stories, soon to appear in a US edition … Continue reading

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Nina Pops’ Cutouts

Nina Pops continues to make her cutouts. Here a couple of new ones:   I find these cutouts as interesting as anything I’ve seen recently. Whether in a book, in a frame, or simply on a table, their simplicity makes … Continue reading

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First U.S. Solo Show of Works by Julije Knifer

534 WEST 26TH ST JULIJE KNIFER FEBRUARY 6 – MARCH 15, 2014 Mitchel-Innes & Nash in New York City is announcing their exhibition of works by Julije Knifer, the first such solo exhibition of his works in the United States. … Continue reading

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