22 October  –  2 November 2013

Opening time: 10am -5pm   Saturday 2 November   11am – 4pm

Royal Geographical Society, 1 Kensington Gore, London SW7 2AR

Please find some more photographs on our photographer’s website  http://obradovic.co.uk/serbia-geographical-wonder-balkans/

Entrance: Free

Dragoljub Zamurović (1947) is an internationally acclaimed photographer. He is taking pictures of Serbia and the surrounding Balkan’s landscape from the air. This exhibition is a part of the larger programme, The Mobile Balkan, which Pro Art & Co instigated and is now developing.

This photographic exhibition shows extraordinary and unusual natural landscapes taken from a custom-made airplane/glider/motor run/ hot-air balloon, designed and executed by Dragoljub Zamurović. He studied Architecture and postgraduate studies in Photography at the Faculty of Applied Arts in Belgrade. He has won many awards both at home and abroad. He worked for the Gamma Agency for several years and his photographs are regularly published in many international magazines: Time, Newsweek, The New York Times Magazine, Stern, Paris-Match, Figaro Magazine, Geo, Europeo, National Geographic, Life. When one sees his photographs the impression is that he traveled a world around in order to get all this geographical wonders captured, but when you observe it cloely you learn that is all SERBIA – this magic of land, wild-life, fields and orchards, rivers and mountains and of course its people and their culture.


HRH Princess Katarina Karadjordjević De Silva opened the exhibition on the 25th October 2013. She addressed the issue of promting Serbia better and to include in public advertising more images and scenery from villages, daily works, festivals and landscapes. Zamurović managed to capture the essence of Serbia, his sharp eye sppoted  people, rivers, trees and fileds which look exotic and beuatiful. HE Mr Ognjen Pribićević the new Ambassador of Serbia was also talking about his impression related to the exhibition as well as the representative of Serbia Tourism, MR Andrew Ward, who talked beaur+tifully about the country, people and hospitality which British journalists, travellers and celebrities experienced during their visits. Serbia shown its beuatiful face, original and traditional thanks to really marvelous photogrpapher, artist Mr Dragoljub Zamurović. The exhibition was well done by Pro Art and over 4000 people had chance to see it at the Royal Geographical Society, a customary appropriate place for similar events. Among the guests were HE Mr Mujezinović, Ambassador of Bosnia and Herzegovina with his wife, Mr Jamshed Safarov, The first cancellor from the Uzbekistan Embassy, Father Milun Kostić, Mrs Vladica Delić, Chair of the Serbian Society, Mrs Nada Vulić, Marketing Editor of Geographical Magazine , Horatio Morgan and Patricia Licht from CAVSA LBHF and all our most distinguished guests.