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November 16, 2012 | History

Aleksandar Obradović

12 January 1956 -

Aleksandar Obradovic, the Yugoslav writer and painter, was born at the 12th of January 1956 in Sarajevo. After studying journalism and philosophy, he worked as an editor on the Radio Television Sarajevo. With the beginning of the war in Bosnia, 1992, he left his homeland and went to Germany. In Frankfurt, he worked as chief editor of the weekly newspaper "Spona", published his first two novels - "On whose side is Walter" and "Icarus's Dream " and presented his paintings, mostly watercoulors and oils, on joint and solo exhibitions.
At the beginning of the new millennium, he moved to Munich, took place as an editor of Radio "Lora" and produced numerous reportages and documentaries. In the city at Isar, where he still lives, he published his poetry collection "In foreign garden", the crime novel "Im Schatten des Regenbogens", theoretical study in the field of visual art and aesthetics – “The liberation of form and formalism in art theory” and the anti-war novel "Of God and marbles". He is member of the Association of Writers of Serbia, and as a painter is included in the International catalog of artists published by the Academy of nations.


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