BIBLIOGRAPHY

Jugoslav Ocokoljić, 1951, Split, Croatia.
Holder of a Bachelor's Degree in Conservation and Restoration at the Advanced School of Pedagogy, Belgrade, Serbia.
Member of Art Associations: ULUSerbia (Association of painters from Serbia), CAA, Los Angeles and ICHAW, London.

Solo Exhibitions
Jugoexport Gallery, Belgrade, Serbia, 1987
Božidarac Gallery, Belgrade, Serbia, 1995
Paleta Gallery, Belgrade, Serbia, 1996
Gallery of the House of Đura Jakšić, Belgrade, Serbia, 1996
The Museum of Ethnography, Belgrade, Serbia, 1998
Gallery-Club Franš, Belgrade, Serbia, 2000
Gallery-Club Franš, Belgrade, Serbia, 2000
Gallery-Club Verdi, Belgrade, Serbia, 2000
Gallery of CG Apartments, Belgrade, Serbia, 2000
Belgrade Bank Gallery, Belgrade, Serbia, 2000
Saint George Gallery, Peninsula of Saint Stefan, Montenegro, 2000
Gallery of Agrobank, Belgrade, Serbia, 2000
NUBS Gallery, Belgrade, Serbia, 2002
Princess Ljubica's Residence Gallery, Belgrade, Serbia, 2002
Smederevo Cultural Center, Smederevo, Serbia, 2003
Glais 1 Gallery, Hugstetten, Germany, 2003
Čigota Gallery, Zlatibor, Serbia, 2004
Galenika Gallery, Zemun, Serbia, 2004
Kraljičina plaža Gallery, Miločer, Montenegro, 2005
Maestral Gallery, Saint Stefan, Montenegro, 2005
Atrium Gallery, Kotor, Montenegro, 2005
The International Press Center Gallery, Belgrade, Serbia, 2005
Vizantija Gallery, Belgrade, Serbia, 2006
Lajkovac Cultural Center, Lajkovac, Serbia, 2006
Kraljičina plaža Gallery, Miločer, Montenegro, 2006
Bogotražitelj Gallery, Belgrade, Serbia, 2006
Student Cultural Center Novi Beograd, Belgrade, Serbia, 2007
Mladenovac Cultural Center, Mladenovac, Serbia, 2007
Atrium Gallery, Kotor, Montenegro, 2007
The International Press Centar Gallery, Belgrade, Serbia, 2008
Čedomir Krstić Gallery, Pirot, Serbia, 2008
Ikar Gallery, Air Force Command, Zemun, Serbia, 2008
Vršac Cultural Center, Vršac, Serbia, 2008
Valjevo National Museum, Valjevo, 2009
Museum of the Serbian Orthodox Church, Belgrade, 2009
Student Cultural Center Novi Beograd, Belgrade, Serbia, 2010
Helena Gallery, Belgrade, Serbia, 2011
Gallery Magacin, Belgrade, Serbia, 2012
Art camp, Trstenik, Serbia, 2012
The Museum of Ethnography, Manakova kuća, Belgrade, Serbia, 2012

and many group exhibitions in Serbia and abroad.

Awards
2004 - First prize for iconography at the exhibition Byzantium in the Works of Serbian Contemporary Artists, NUBS Gallery, Bel­grade, Serbia.
2006 - First prize for portraits at the exhibition The Por­trait of Belgrade, NUBS Gallery, Belgrade, Serbia.

Encyclopedic References
Đorić, D., 2009, The Reality of Art. Introduction to the Study of Realism. Belgrade: Barti–Беокњига.
Biro, Z. et al., 2008, Collection of Contemporary Figurative Painting. Zemun: Birograf.
Milovanović, D., 1995, Contemporary Serbian Orthodox Art. Bel­grade: Museum of Applied Arts.

Scholarly Books
Ocokoljić, Ј., 2009, Lean Painting Techniques – Expanded Methods of Icon Painting + DVD (Practice in pictures). Bel­grade: Службени гласник.
Ocokoljić, Ј., 2004, The Icon: Reading, Writing and Contemplation with the Theology of Icons. Belgrade: Jugoslav Ocokoljić.

Translations of Books
Sendler, E., 2009, The Icon, Image of the Invisible: Elements of Theology, Aesthetics and Techniques of Icon Painting [L`Icône, im­age de l`invisibile: Éléments de théologie, esthétique et technique, 1987], (J. Ocokoljić, Trans.). Belgrade: Jasen.
Temple, R., 2009, Icons and the Mystical Origins of Christianity (V. Cvetkovska Ocokoljić and J. Ocokoljić, Trans.).
Kragujevac: Каленић.
Ouspensky, L. and Lossky, V., 2008, The Meaning of Icons (V. Cvetkovska Ocokoljić and J. Ocokoljić, Trans.).
Belgrade: Jasen.

Scholarly Papers – International Scientific Symposiums
Cvetkovska Ocokoljić, V., Cvetkovski T., Milićević A., Langović, Z. and Ocokoljić, J., 2009, Visual Art as an Instrument for Awakening Social Liability on the Territory of Serbia Today. In Proceeding of 11th International Symposium on Social Communication (M.R.A. Silva, C.A. Moreno and L.R. Miyares, Eds.). Santiago de Cuba: Center for Applied Linguistic,
pp. 453-456
Cvetkovska Ocokoljić, V. and Ocokoljić, J., 2011, Parallel Re­search, Fresco Painting of Chora and Sopocani. In Proceedings of the 11th International AIEMA Mosaic Symposium ‘Mosaics of Tur­key and Parallel Developments in the Rest of the Ancient and Me­dieval World: Questions of Iconography, Style and Technique from Beginnings of Mosaic until the Late Byzantine Era’, 16th-20th October, Bursa, Turkey. Organized by Uludag University Mosaic Research Center, Faculty of Science-Literature and Department and As­sociation Internationale pour l`Etude de la Mosaique (AIEMA) (in Press).

Design and Prepress
Sendler, E. 2009. The Icon, Image of the Invisible: Elements of Theology, Aesthetics and Techniques of Icon Painting [L`Icône, im­age de l`invisibile: Éléments de théologie, esthétique et technique, 1987], (J. Ocokoljić, Trans.). Belgrade: Jasen, pp. 1–224.
Ocokoljić, Ј. 2009. Lean Painting Techniques – Expanded Methods of Icon Painting + DVD (Practice in pictures). Bel­grade: Службени гласник, pp. 1–205.
Ouspensky, L. and Lossky, V. 2008. The Meaning of Icons (V. Cvetkovska Ocokoljić and J. Ocokoljić, Trans.). Belgrade: Jasen, pp. 1–221.
Ocokoljić, Ј. 2004. The Icon: Reading, Writing and Contemplation with the Theology of Icons. Belgrade: Jugoslav Ocokoljić, pp. 1–143.
Tatić-Đurić, М. 2011. Studies about Christ. Belgrade: Jasen–The Institute for Theological Research, pp. 1–263 and the design of all catalogues for Jugoslav Ocokoljić’s solo exhibitions.