The International Belgrade Book Fair, which was planned for October 25 – November 1, 2020, is postponed. If epidemiological conditions allow, it will be held in mid-December this year.
The awards at the 64th International Belgrade Book Fair were officially presented in filled to the brim “Ivo Andrić” hall, which unfortunately could not accommodate all those interested in attending the event.
At exactly 18:00 on Sunday 20 October 2019 fanfare marked the beginning of the 64th Belgrade International Book Fair, the most representative and by far the most visited literary and cultural event in this part of Europe. This year, the country’s guest of honor is the Arab Republic of Egypt.
A press conference was held at the City Assembly of Belgrade on the occasion of the upcoming 64th International Book Fair. Under the slogan “Letter = Head”, the International Belgrade Book Fair is set to take place between 20 and 27 October 2019.
The International Belgrade Book Fair successfully presented itself at the 32nd International Book Fair in Moscow.
In front of the overfull exhibiting space of this year’s Guest of Honor of the 63rd International Belgrade Book Fair, the Kingdom of Morocco, the largest cultural event in the region has been festively opened this evening under the slogan “The Joy of Reading”.
The Delegation of the City of Belgrade and Belgrade Book Fair presented at 31st Moscow International Book Fair the forthcoming Belgrade Book Fair, the most important literary and cultural events of Belgrade, the cultural and tourism potential of Belgrade, as well as the importance of Belgrade Book Fair and Belgrade Fair events in the establishing of economic, cultural and political
All halls at the forthcoming 63rd International Belgrade Book Fair will be available also for disabled persons, is the decision taken at a recently held meeting by Zoran Đorđević, Minister of Labour, Employment, Veteran and Social Policy and Danka Selić, Belgrade Fair CEO.
Like every year, it is time to underline the just closed International Book Fair, which carried the sign – 62 this October.
“School Day”, created for the organized visits of pupils, teachers, school librarians, students and Professors, is on October 26, this year. As usually, it is Thursday and publishers prepare plentiful program for this day, adapted to both older and younger school children, their teachers and lecturers.
Contemporary literature of a great and polycentric European language – German, gathered four countries at the Book Fair this year – Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Lichtenstein. The writers and publishers from these countries will present to the visitors in the next seven days about a thousand books of contemporary authors, among them even 350 tiles as premiere.
The attendees, visitors and media representatives often describe Book Fair as a magnificent event and this is supported also by the figures obtained by the organizers after the closing of the 61st review of publishing, literature and culture at Belgrade Fair. On October 23 – 30, the 61st International Belgrade Book Fair was visited by 188.409 registered visitors. From 480
The Open Book got the new “owner” – it was taken by the the Ambassadors of Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Liechtenstein. These countries will get ready in the following one year for the special role at the 62nd International Belgrade Book Fair, where they should present to the Serbian reader publics the literature in German language. The Open Book Handover
The reporters at the Book Fair and the journalists following publishing selected Belgrade's Geopoetika for The Best and Most Professional Publisher at the 61st Book Fair. Twenty five journalists from 13 editorial boards voted, declaring with 33 votes Geopoetika the best publisher and the same company was declared with 29 votes the publisher having the most professional relation to the
Bogdan Kršić Award - for The Most Beautiful Book 2016, was awarded by the unanimous jury decision at the 61st International Belgrade Book Fair to the Book Edition Ars/Techne. In the Borut Vild’s postpress, the book editor is Faculty of Media and Communications from Belgrade. This year, all jury members were from the Faculty of Applied Arts: Professor Jugoslav Vlahović,