The Street Art Belgrade exhibition is a historic overview of street art in the Serbian capital. From aphorisms and stencils to complex graphic solutions, letters and frescoes, discover the increasingly vibrant graffiti and street art scene of Belgrade. Aleksandar Đorđević, a Serbian photographer, graphic designer and translator is the man behind the exhibition. Having spent much of his life in Germany, his work began in Berlin before focusing on Belgrade after he returned home. Convinced that street art is an urban art form in its own right – which therefore needs to be preserved, documented and shared – he has taken more than 8,000 photos - a veritable goldmine! The exhibition brings together a fascinating selection, which speaks not only of the inventiveness of the Belgrade street scene, but also of the life of its inhabitants as reflected, embodied and expressed in these works.