Dragoš Kalajić

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Dragoš Kalajić
Born Dragoš Kalajić
(1943-02-22)22 February 1943
Belgrade, Yugoslavia
Died 22 July 2005(2005-07-22) (aged 62)
Belgrade, Serbia
Nationality Serbian

Dragoš Kalajić (Serbian Cyrillic: Драгош Калајић; 1943–2005) was a Serbian artist, philosopher and writer.[1]

He wrote for the magazine Pogledi.

Dragos Kalajić studied art at the Roman Accademia delle Belle Arti. He graduated in 1965 with the highest marks in his class. After completing his training he began living and working in Belgrade and Rome. Kalajić was an accomplished writer beside being an artist. He was a member of the Association of Writers of Serbia, the Association of Fine Artists of Serbia, and the Association of Writers of Russia. His achieved considerable success in the many fields that he ventured into, from literature to visual arts to the history of art and publishing. He was friends with many greats in the fields of art, literature, films and philosophy, such as Julius Evola, Ezra Pound, Aleksandr Dugin, Giorgio de Chirico, Gualtiero Jacopetti and many others.[2][3][4]


  1. ^ Glas javnosti obituary
  2. ^ "Dragos Kalajic: A Hyperborean Biography". openrevolt.info. Retrieved 4 November 2013. 
  3. ^ "Dragoš Kalajić (1943-)". invaluable.com. Retrieved 4 November 2013. 
  4. ^ Marko Živković (2011). Serbian Dreambook. Indiana University Press. p. 207. 

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