Saša Pančić

Born on March 24th, 1965.
Address: Kapetan Mišina 14, 11000 Belgarde
art@sasapancic.com
www.sasapancic.com

Education

1992 he completed post-graduate studies of drawing at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Belgrade
1989 graduated painting at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Belgrade
1988 in the status of the Independent Artist
1992 he is a member of ULUS
2004 he is a member of Academie Europeenne des ARTS a.s.b.l.
(Section Grand-Duche de Luxembourg)
2007-2009. President of ULUS

Solo exhibition

2010 Museum of Georgi Velchev Varna
2010 City Gallery of Grožnjan
2010 Gallery 1908 Sofia
2008 Gallery UKA Varna
2008 Gallery Arte Belgarde
2007 Gallery O3ONE Belgarde
2006 Gallery Cultural Center Belgrade
2005 Gallery Cultural Center Novi Sad
2004 Gallery of Contemporary Arts Niš
2004 Gallery Cultural Center Čačak
2002 Gallery Cultural Center Bar
2002 Gallery Zvono Belgarde
1998 Gallery Cultural Center Novi Sad
1998 Gallery Zvono Belgarde
1994 Gallery Youth Center Belgrade
1993 Gallery Cultural Center Kotor
1992 Gallery Kolarac Belgrade
2007 Belgrade Short Film Festival/54
2006 International Symposium on Sculpture, Laponia-Finland
2006 International Workshop Dupini, Bulgaria
2005 International Graphic Workshop-Veliko Trnovo, Bulgaria
2004 International Lithographic Studio-Plovdiv, Bulgaria
2004 International colony-Sićevo

Group exhibition – chosen

2010 Pergament Serbia, Unesco, Paris
2010 “Vatra” project; Collegium Artistikum-Sarajevo, Museum of the City of Skopje.
2010 Art salon, Belgarde
2009 International Workshop Grožnjan-Istra- Croatia
2006 Moscow International Biennial Graphic Design, Zlatna pcela/7, Moscow
2005 Fifth International Graphic Workshop, Spectrum Gallery, Veliko Trnovo, Bulgaria
2005 Vienna Fair, Gallery Zvono, Viena
2004 Graphic studio Plovdiv, Galerija DPH, Plovdiv, Bulgaria
2002 Iwano Project III: Novi Sad, Belgrade, Banja Luka, Pula
1998 Gallery Cvijeta Zuzorić, Belgrade/Drawing, and small plastic

Works in collections and public spaces

Collection “Telenor”
Collection “Erić”
Hall of the Belgrade Drama Theater
Museum Macura
Park of sculptures in Iwalu-Laponia- Finland