Dr Kadijević Aleksandar

Professor at the University if Belgrade – Faculty of Philosophy, Belgrade, Serbia

Head of Department of Visual Arts in Matica srpska, Novi Sad, Serbia; member of Architectural Academy of Serbia, Belgrade. Main fields of research is a newer architectural heritage of Serbia (19-21.c.), former Yugoslavia, Eastern and Southern Europe and methodology of art history. Graduated in 1987 at Art History Dept.of Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade; Ph.D. degree 1995 at the same institution. From 1988. till 2015. has published 287 articles, contributions, and 11 books.  Cooperated with scientific journals and institutions from Russia, USA, Romania, Germany, The Netherlands, Belgium, United Kingdom, Greece, Slovenia, Croatia, Spain, Brasil, and Turkey. Participated in 63 international and national scientific conferences. Among them stand out conferences in Amstedram (1996), Ankara (2006), St Peterburg (2007), Bucharest (2008), Ourense (2009),  Zagreb (2011), Sao Paulo, Isparta (2012), Balikesir (2013), San Antonio TX (2014), Belgrade and Istanbul (2015). In 2000.was visiting lecturer at School of Art History of St Andrews University(Scotland). Editor of scientific ”Journal for Fine arts of Matica srpska” (from 2005). Author and editor of scientific monographs and journals (285 units) – journals on AHCI and ERIH list, such: Prostor (Zagreb), Zograf (Belgrade), Centropa (New York), Sinteza (Ljubljana), Docomomo Journal (Netherlands),  and Architecture and Urbanism (Belgrade), Journal for Fine arts of Matica srpska (Novi Sad), Thessaloniki Polis (Greece), etc. He published books: Momir Korunović, architect (Belgrade 1996);  Architectural heritage of Leskovac between the world wars (with S.Marković, Leskovac 1996); One century of searching for national style in Serbian architecture (1850-1950), (Belgrade 1997, second edition 2007); Mihajlo Mitrović, architect (Belgrade 1999); Milan Minić, architect and painter (with S.Marković, Prijepolje 2003); Nikolai P.Krasnov, imperial architect (with N.Kalinin and M.Zemlanicenko, Simferopol 2003, second edition 2005); The Aesthetic of architectural academicism (19-20 centuries), (Belgrade 2005);  L’ambasciata d’Italia a Belgrado, Belgrado 2005 (with.D.Acovic and D.Borghese); Architecture and the spirit of time (Belgrade 2010). Winner of national awards: Pavle Vasic (1997); Initial (1997); ULUPUDS (2001, 2003); Salon of architecture Novi Sad (2003); Ministry of science (2004); Ranko Radovic (2006).

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