Slavoljub Radojičić Caja

SLAVOLJUB RADOJIČIĆ CAJA (Belgrade, 1942) is a Serbian sculptor who lives and works in Belgrade. He is a member of ULUS and for some time was a full-time professor at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Belgrade. His art practice includes sculpture, drawing and printmaking and he is always striving to create a connection between sculpture and drawing. He uses a combined technique for drawing including: quill, brush, pencil, gouache, acrylic and collage, and portrays people, birds, traps for birds, mythological creatures, angels and everyday scenes from city life. He majored in sculpture at the Academy of Fine Arts in Belgrade in 1965, and then completed postgraduate studies under the tutelage of Professor Mišo Popović in 1967. He won the National Sculpture Prize at the International Plastics Exhibition at The Hague, the Grand Prize for Sculpture at the October Salon, the Golden Chisel Award at the ULUS Spring Exhibition, the Politics Awards and the Small Triennial Award in Thessaloniki. He has had more than 50 solo exhibitions in the country and abroad.