Photographer's Note

Mural on the facade of the building.

View of the facade of the building, located at the entrance to the town of Cuprija.
Dragoslav Mihailovic or Mihajlovic (Cuprija, November 17, 1930) is a Serbian writer and academic, a regular member of SASA, winner of many literary awards and recognitions, translated into several European languages. His literary oeuvre includes stories, novels and dramas.
Born in Cuprija, studied in Belgrade at the Faculty of Philosophy at the Group for Yugoslav Literature and Serbo-Croatian. According to him, he comes into conflict with Udba after rebelling against the arrest of his comrades, who have been arrested for political jokes.
In 1949 he was expelled from the candidacy for member of the Communist Party of Yugoslavia, and on 15 September 1950 he was arrested. He was transferred to Naked Island on February 28, 1951, and spent 12 months there.
He graduated from college in 1957 but failed to find permanent employment and frequently changed jobs.
His works.
Fride, good night, Wreath of Petrinja, Boots, Naked Island, Red and Blue, Release Time, Mount Morava, Rock Hunting, When Pumpkins Bloomed.
The mural was ceremoniously unveiled for the day of the town of Ćuprija.

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