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English: The work of art "Gypsies and dogs" was displayed at the 50th Belgrade Art Salo, curated by the director of the Museum of Modern Art, Branislava Andjelkovic. The event was founded by city of Belgrade. The autor used a miniature camera both held by various roma children and stray dogs.
Српски / srpski: Уметничко дело "Цигани и пси" је излаган на 50. Октобарском салону, а курирала је директорка музеја Савремене Уметности Бранислава Анђелковић. Покровитељ је био Град Београд. Аутор рада је користио минијатурни камеру, коју је носило једно или више деце која су навођена на прошњу, као и пси луталице.
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