In front of the international exhibition of posters Zenit, 1925.
November 16, 1895|
June 14, 1971 (aged 75)|
Kačarevo, near Pančevo, Yugoslavia
Founder of Zenit journal. The first artist to collaborate with Ljubomir Micić (1895-1971) and to contribute to Zenit's original orientation towards Expressionism was Vilko Gecan (1894-1973). Micić's Zenitism was supported only by a small number of the youngest Yugoslav artists, who joined and left after varying period of collaboration. Mihailo S. Petrov (1901-1983) did linocuts of an expressionistic-abstract structure, wrote poems and published translations on abstract art for Zenit. From 1922-1925, Jo Klek's (Josip Seissel, 1904-87) drawings, aquarelles and collages were the best representatives of Zenitist art. Micić's important mission was collecting and exhibiting avant-garde arts in Zenit editorial offices in Zagreb and Belgrade, and the organisation of Zenit international exhibition of new art in Belgrade 1924.
 See also
- Media art in Central and Eastern Europe#Constructivists, Futurists