Mladen Srbinovic

Prof. Mladen Srbinovic, PhD (Susica near Gostivar, 29 November 1925 – Belgrade, 12 May 2009) was a Serbian painter, academician of SASA, professor at the University of Belgrade and a member of the Crown Council.

He studied painting at the Academy of Fine Arts from 1947 to 1951, and completed his postgraduate studies in 1953. He was elected an assistant at the Academy of Fine Arts in 1953, when he was also elected a member of ULUS. He retired as a full professor at the Faculty of Fine Arts in 1988.

He exhibited for the first time in 1948 at the exhibition of works by students of the Academy of Fine Arts, and independently in 1952 at the Graphic Collective. In addition to many solo and group exhibitions at home and abroad, he has represented Yugoslav art at many exhibitions. He was a member of the Graphic Collective and the Independent Group (since 1952), and one of the founders and members of the December Group (1955).

Recognitions: October Award of Belgrade (1958); Graphics Award – Zagreb (1960); Award for painting at the Nadezda Petrovic Memorial in Cacak (1960); Award for Painting at the Sao Paulo International Biennale (1961); 2nd Prize for Painting at the Alexandria Biennale; Belgrade October Award (1974), July 7 Award (1984)