Dragica Gajic

Dragica Gajic was born in 1944 in Serbia. She began her artistic career in 1972. She grew up in Sekuric, a village where the legend of Janko Brasic, whose paintings made Levac famous, are constantly being told and recounted. Since 1973 has participated in almost every Salon and Biennial held by the Museum of Naïve Art in Jagodina.

Solo Exhibitions

1982 Museum of Naïve Art, Jagodina, Serbia

 

Group Exhibitions

1972 Ljubostinja Monastery, Serbia

1973 Salon of Self-taught Painters, Jagodina, Serbia

1974 Krull Krefeld Gallery, Krefeld, Germany

Milan Gallery, Berlin

Saint Dominique Gallery, Lyon, France

1975 “Naïve painters of Yugoslavia”, Lafayette Gallery, Paris

Saint Dominique Gallery, Lyon, France

1976 Vladimir Gallery, Schorndorf, xxxx

1980 Metz Gallery, Munich

1989 “Serbian Naïve Art”,Art Connection Gallery, Melbourne

1990 “Naïve Art Masters”, The Highway Gallery, Melbourne

1992 Belmoral Art Galleries, Geelong, xxxx

1993 “The Yugoslav Naives”, The Magic Art Center, New York

2005 “Shades of Contrasting Cultures”, GINA Gallery of International Naïve Art, Tel Aviv

 

Bibliography

Catalogue of the 6th Biennial of Naive Art, Museum of Naïve Art, 1993, Jagodina

Naïve Art in Serbia”, The Serbian Academy of Art and the Museum of Naïve Art, Jagodina