Zoran Ivanović

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Zoran Ivanović (Serbian: Зоран Ивановић; born 1967), also known as Professor Zoran, is a Serbian sculptor, a professor at the Serbian Academy of Applied Arts, and the creator of numerous monuments across Serbia and entire Europe.[1]


1987. entered the Faculty of Applied Arts in Belgrade;

1991. won the first prize at the anonimous Yugoslavian competition for the sculptural solution of the monument dedecated to the famous Serbian comedian Branislav Nušić, at the Square of the Republic in Belgrade;

1992. graduated from the Faculty of Applied Arts on the department for Applied Sculpture;

1992. realization of the Branislav Nušić monument , 345 cm, bronze, unveiled in 1993.;

1994. became member of ULUPUDS, Serbian asociaton of visual artists, applied artists and designers;

1995. realization of the sculpture "Otter", marble, dusiness center "Lutra", Belgrade;

1996. won the first prize at the Yugoslavian competition for the sculptural solution of the Nikola Pašić monument, the Square of Nikola Pašić in Belgrade;

1997. realization of the Nikola Pašić monument, 420 cm, total height 930 cm, bronze, unveiled in 1998.;

1998. the sculptural solution for the "Reward for the life work - Mića Popović" has been adopted;

1998. got a job at the Faculty for Applied Arts as an Assistant on the courses Sculpting I and Sculpting II;

1999. realization of the reward "Golden Archive" for the "Aleksandar Arnautović Foundation" established by Mergerit and Đurđica Arnautović 14. 12. 1998.;

1999. was awarded with the plaque for the creative results in previous 1998. year by the ULUPUDS assembly;

1999. realization of the bust of the famous writer Ljuba Nenadović for the First Belgrade Gymnasium;

1999. realization of the sculpture "Time", bronze, for "Delta clock" the Square of the Republic, Belgrade;

2000. reward on the international competition for the sculptural solution of the King Nikola I Petrović Njegoš monument in Nikšić, Montenegro;

2000. first prize on the federal competition for the sculptural solution of the King Aleksandar I Karađorđević monument in Niš, horseman sculpture;

2001., 2002., 2003. realization of the monument of King Aleksandar I Karađorđević in Niš, 440 cm, bronze;

2002., 2003. realization of eleven alegorical sculptures, 220 cm, cast marble, for the decorative facade of Yugoslav Drama Theatre building in Belgrade;

2004. in the National Museum in Belgrade defended the master's thesis on the topic of "Horseman sculpture as a memorial sculpture";

2004. realization of the "Double-headed Eagle" sculpture for the obelisk of President of the Republic of Serbia building;

2004. casting (january - august), installation (september) and unveiling (december) of the King Aleksandar I Karađorđević monument, total height 1220 cm, bronze, Square of the King Aleksandar I Karađorđević in Niš;

2005. first prize on the federal competition for the sculptural solution of the Despot Stefan Lazarević monument in Despotovac;

2006. realization of the Despot Stefan Lazarević monument, 400 cm, bronze;

2007. realization of the Dr Žarko Miladinović monument, 310 cm, bronze;

2007. unveiling of the Despot Stefan Lazarević monument;

2007. unveiling of the Dr Žarko Miladinović monument, Ruma;

2008. solo exhibition of drawings and sculptures, Bitolj, Macedonia;

2008. solo exhibition of drawings and sculptures, Prilep, Macedonia;

2009. second prize on the international competition for the sculptural solution of the Philip of Macedon monument, horseman sculpture, Skopje, Macedonia;

2009. second prize on the competition for the sculptural solution of the Jevrem Obrenović monument, Šabac;

2009. making of the conceptual solution and realization of the pedestal for the Aleksandar S. Puškin monument in Belgrade;

2009. joint exhibition of sculptures "Moscow - Belgrade, artists of the two capitals", Russian Center of Science and Culture, Belgrade;

2010. on the competition for the conceptual solution of the Ministry of Diaspora's national reward following conceptual solutions were adopted: Reward "Nikola Tesla" for the field of science and invention; Reward "Mihajlo Pupin" for the field of information and communication technology; Reward "Dositej Obradović" for the field of education; Reward "Miloš Crnjanski" for the field of literature.

2010. making of conceptual solution and realization of the pedistal for the Frederic Chopin bust,Manjež park, Belgrade, commemorating 200 years since his birth;

2011. rewards for the conceptual solutions and realizations of the city of Vranje's parliament public rewards: "Reward 31. January"; "Special reward 31. January;" "Plaque 31. Januar".

2011. making of conceptual solution and realization of the pedistal for the Franz Liszt bust,Manjež park, Belgrade commemorating 200 years since his birth;

2011. solo exhibition of sculptures, Gallery Trag, Sremčica;

2012. realization of the godine Staniša Stošić monument, bronze, Vranje;

2012. realization of the bust dedicated to the founder of Faculty of Agriculture in Banja Luka Dr Petar Durman, bronze, Banja Luka;

2012. solo exhibition of sculptures, Gallery Sanja, Sremčica;

2012. realization of the relief dedicated to Radivoje Korać, bronze, Knez Mihajlova street, Belgrade;

2013. realization of the Polish poet Vladislav Bronjevski bust, bronze, Loznica;

2014. realization of the relief dedicated to Despot Stefan Lazarević, bronze, Crkvine, Mladenovac;

2014. realization of the relief dedicated to the academician Aleksandar Despić, bronze, Museum of Science and Technology, Belgrade;

2014. solo exhibition of sculptures, gallery of the institution "Kultura", Bajina Bašta;

2014. realization of the wax figure of Vuk Bojović, Wax Museum, Jagodina;

2014. realization of the relief dedicated to Vuk Bojović, bronze, Jagodina;

2015. realization of the sculpture "Čigota", bronze, Zlatibor;

2015. realization of the conceptual soluton for the reward "Trubač", bronze, Vranje;

2016. realization of the Borislav Pekić monument, bronze, Flower Square, Belgrade;

2016. realization of the bust dedicated to the founder of "Energoprojekt" Živko Mučalov, bronze, Energoprojekt, Belgrade;

2016. solo exhibition of sculptures, Mionica;

2016. realization of the Vukosav Vuk Bojović bust, bronze, Žabljak, Montenegro;

2016. realization of the Milan Zečar bust, bronze, Trebinje, Republika Srpska, BiH;

2016. realization of the Sava Kovačević bust, bronze, Trebinje, Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina;

2016. realization of the Dragica Pravica bust, bronze, Trebinje, Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina;

2016. realization of the Ilija Babić bust, bronze, Trebinje, Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina;

2016. realization of the Vlada Šegrt bust, bronze, Trebinje, Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina;

2016. realization of the Asim Zupčević bust, bronze, Trebinje, Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina;

2016. realization of the Radovan Šakotić bust, bronze, Trebinje, Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina;

2016. realization of the Patrijarh Pavle monument, bronze, Bajina Bašta;

2016. realization of the Milutin Milanković monument, bronze, Belgrade;

2016. realization of the Tadija Sondermajer bust, bronze, Belgrade;

2016. realization of the Vukosav Vuk Bojović bust, bronze, Belgrade;

2016. first prize at the competition for the bust of Josif Marinković, Novi Bečej;

2016. reward of the Tesla Science Foundation;

2017. unveiling of the Milutin Milanković monument, bronze, Belgrade;

2017. unveiling of the Tadija Sondermajer bust, bronze, Belgrade;

2017. unveiling of the Vukosav Vuk Bojović bust, bronze, Belgrade.


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