DUŠAN OTAŠEVIĆ, Object, 1965. Courtesy Trajkovic Collection, Belgrade
The Trajković Collection comprises paintings, sculptures, works on paper as well as works made in other media, such as photography, video or sound recordings. In addition to the traditional forms of art the Trajković Collection also includes samples of radical artistic practices from the second half of the twentieth century.
Housed in their home, a light, spacious nineteenth-century apartment in central Belgrade, Slavica and Daniel Trajković regularly lend works to local and international museums, and in 2010 opened “The Foundation Trajković Collection” which is dedicated to the preservation and promotion of their collection and to fostering discourse around artistic practices.
In their first online exhibition on IC, the Trajković Collection investigates phenomena, formations and ideologies of Serbian art in the second half of the 20th century, featuring works from Dušan Otašević, Dragoš Kalajić, Radomir Reljić, Radomir Damnjanović-Damnjan, Petar Omčikus and Predrag Pedja Nešković.