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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. In her Two Short Stories, Minna Tumbuleri takes you on a mysterious journey across diverse cultures and places, as her two main characters Jane and Suwei confront life in its most intriguing forms. From Hong Kong to Melbourne and war-torn Yugoslavia, you will be entranced by the roller coaster of emotions of the characters in her gripping narration.
With her simple style o In her Two Short Stories, Minna Tumbuleri takes you on a mysterious journey across diverse cultures and places, as her two main characters Jane and Suwei confront life in its most intriguing forms. With her simple style of writing, she sends a powerful message from each story that will keep you thinking, long after you have finished reading the book.
Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. Published September 30th by Authorhouse first published August 26th More Details Other Editions 4. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Two Short Stories , please sign up. He gave a lot of thought to this exhibition. For other painters, a small number of visitors would be at the opening night, relatives, friends, colleagues and if a journalist stopped by it would be a great event! He invented something new and for the first time in Belgrade, for the first time in our homeland at that time, big posters were located throughout the city before the opening.
At that time only concerts of the most famous folk singers were advertised. On the day of the opening there was an unbelievably crowd which was inconceivable for an art exhibitions. Many people rushed to see what was happening there. Today, Trnavac jokingly says that many people must surely have thought that somebody would sing something there. It aroused the interest not only of art critics and audiences but also of the public in general. Appraisals were made in the press as to whether it was good or not, painters and ideologists of socialist art were polled. The former were delighted, the latter bitter.
It was inevitable that he became a regular guest on popular night radio shows where along with a little bit of nice music people talked a lot. Trnavac, of course, praised his action. It should be mentioned that all the paintings from the exhibition were sold, even though the prices were high. In his youthful selfconfidence he put high prices on his paintings which was common only for the paintings of his professors.
It was planned that the interview should last three minutes and it was lengthened to nine minutes during the show.
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It transpired that he was interesting as a TV hero and as a collocutor and the television company suggested that he make a short series of programmes about painters. The initial suggestion was to make three shows. He made 26 and they won 21 prizes: for direction, for the script, for the camera, etc.
A nice success. They went a step further. The idea was accepted by TV Studio B. It was neither easy nor fast. Nevertheless, thanks to this action Belgrade got its first private gallery. Everything was good, it could not be better. And that happened. The prize meant that he could make a one-man exhibition in New York. Firstly, he went as a tourist but on the next visit was understood much more seriously.
The sewed up dollars were a real nightmare. It was difficult to take them out stealthily when he wanted to buy food or anything else he needed. He was alone in a big city, without friends, with only limited knowledge of the English language. Once he wanted to buy cigarettes and the salesman was a Chinese whose English was equally limited.
If we want to continue with this story, we should go a few months back, when Pompeo Posar was staying in Belgrade. He photographed Dali and many world known painters. Posar made a photo, but it was not sure when or whether it would be published.
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He said it could appear in May, and it was April at that time. He was extremely happy and wanted to tell the Chinese man that the text was about him. He did not believe him, but who cared. With the paper under his arm he was walking along New York streets which seemed familiar to him, as if he knew them well. After that, the film about a successful painter runs fast.
He was a famous Serbian hockey player and now he was a well-known restaurateur in New York. They helped him to rent a flat and a studio oposite their restaurant.
At that time many young actors lived on West Side and they became the current American acting elite. They all came to the Central Cafe, where those connected by the brotherhood of thought and personality gathered. Our people settled in New York also came there. Robert Duvall was making a film about Serbian Gypsies and all Serbs from that circle helped him with all their hearts and souls. New York! Not everything was easy as it is easy to talk now.
We here were born in one culture which was inherited. We were broght up in another a communist and imposed one. One should accept the third one in New York. But, nothing happens by chance; there are only the inevitabilities and their logical consequences. Milton W. It is necessary to adopt new attitudes when leaving for the New World. European and especially Serbian fine art had and they still have talented and good or very prolific painters who do not leave an artistic trail behind themselves, but they are very up-to-date while their proliferation lasts. Rarely do talent and proliferation meet.
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It is a very prestigious magazine and it is first sent to the museums and collectors and consequently, all six paintings were sold before the magazine appeared on the newstands. Slowly but surely, the painter Trnavac gained a reputation and along with it a good financial status. He already had a nice studio in New York. He also bought a house with a big studio overlooking the ocean.
He painted every day and for a long time, and when he did not paint he watched ships or fished with the passion of Hemmingway. His daughter Milica attended a private school in New York. Managers and art dealers dealt with the sale of his paintings and they were sold all around the world. He was famous, not too rich, but he was not troubled about his existence. He could paint calmly. Customers from all over America came to him. They got used and suggested the others to go first to his studio and have breakfast with the painter, talk to him, buy a painting and then continue going around New York.
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There were also small, pleasant surprises. It caught his attention, he turned the pages and found a reproduction of one of his paintings on the centre page. He had not had the slightest idea about it. He began to find articles about himself in many magazines which were about other than fine arts. All this was important, all this was a step further.
In the meantime, he became a joint owner of a selling gallery in Soho. Jan Keown and Mrs. He did so and later he became the manager of the gallery and the third joint owner. He saw and learned much. It was a precious experience learning about selling paintings from the other side, which other painters were not so familiar with. He also made acquaintances amongst important journalists, critics and people working in the madia. And his homeland fell apart. Awful news arrived.