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dc.creatorMihailović, Milica
dc.date.accessioned2019-12-17T22:40:45Z
dc.date.available2019-12-17T22:40:45Z
dc.date.issued1997
dc.identifier.issn0353-0612
dc.identifier.urihttp://jevrejskadigitalnabiblioteka.rs/handle/123456789/184
dc.description.abstractNandor Glid je rođen u Subotici, u ortodoksnoj jevrejskoj porodici 12. decembra 1924. godine. Tu je završio osnovnu školu a gimnaziju je napustio u trećem razredu i posvetio se kamenorezačkom zanatu. Tako je imao priliku da radi s kamenom i sa shvati da su njegovi porivi okrenuti stvaranju. No uskoro je izbio rat. Čitava njegova porodica nastradala je u Aušvicu. Spasla se samo sestra. On sam bio je odveden na prisilni rad u Segedin. Kada je s grupom mladih subotičkih Jevreja, uspeo da se oslobodi i vrati u Suboticu, shvatili su svi da niko od njihovih više nije živ. Stupili su u partizane i otišli da se bore. Glid je ubrzo bio teško ranjen. Godine 1945. došao je u Beograd i započeo umetničko školovanje. Na Akademiji za primenjenu umetnost diplomirao je 1951. godine sa prvom generacijom studenata te akademije, a već 1948. godine dobio je Prvu nagradu za skulpturu na festivalskoj izložbi studenata umetnosti. Od tada se njegov rad razvija, a za većinu svojih dela Glid dobija nagrade i pobeđuje na konkursima bilo u Jugoslaviji ili u inostranstvu. Bio je izuzetno uspešan portretista, odličan grafičar, ali će o njemu, njegovim umetničkim dometima a i o našem vremenu, najbolje svedočiti njegova dela spomenične skulpture. Prvi spomenik koji je izveden po njegovoj skulpturi, bio je u Jarondolu 1951. godine, a zatim slede spomenici u Zavali u Trebinju. Za spomenik Jugoslovenima žrtvama logora Mauthuzen, dobio je prvu nagradu na konkursu 1957. godine. Na međunarodnom konkursu za spomenik žrtvama logora Dahau, dobija takođe prvu nagradu i spomenik je izveden 1959. godine. Jedna varijanta ovog spomenika izvedena je 1979. godine u parku muzeja Jad Vašem u Jerusalimu. U Italiji su njegovi spomenici realizovani u mestima Gonares i San Sepolkri. U Jugoslaviji je Glid nastavio sa serijom upečatljivih spomenika kao što su "Balada o vešanima", podignut u Subotici 1967. godine, "Sto za jednoga" u Šumaricama 1980 godine. Jedan od najlepših spomenika izveden je 1990. godine na obali Dunava u Beogradu. To je "Menora u plamenu", spomenik jevrejskim žrtvama nacističkog genocida u Beogradu. U Muzeju u Saksenhauzenu realizovana je njegova skulptura "Jama".sr
dc.description.abstractNandor Glid was born on December 12, 1924, in Subotica, in an orthodox Jewish family. There he finished elementary school. He abandoned the High school after three years and devoted himself to stonecutting craft. This gave him opportunity to work with stone and to realize that his aspiration was to create. But soon the war broke out. His whole family perished in Auschwitz. The only one who survived was his sister. Glid himself was driven to forced labor in Segedin. When he, with a group of young Jews from Subotica, succeeded to get free and return to Subotica, they all realized that none of their close relatives was alive. They joined the partisans and went to fight. Soon Glid was seriously wounded. In 1945 he arrived in Belgrade and there began his artistic education. He graduated from the Academy of Applied Arts in 1951 as the first generation of the students from Academy, and already in 1948, he was awarded the First prize for sculpture at the exhibition of the Academy‘s students. Since then he had been developing his art and for most of his works he won awards and competitions in Yugoslavia and abroad. Glid was an exceptionally good portraitist, excellent in his graphic art, but his work on the commemorative sculptures bears best witness about him, his artistic accomplishments, as well as about our times. The first monument based on his sculptures was one in Jarondol, in 1951, after which the monuments in Zavala in Trebinje followed. In the 1957 competition for the monument to Yugoslav victims of the Mauthausen concentration camp, Glid was awarded the first prize. In the international competition for a monument to the victims of Dachau concentration camp, Glid was again awarded first prize and this monument was built in 1959. A version of this monument was built in 1979 in the park of the Yad Vashem Museum in Jerusalem. In Italy, his monuments stand in Gonares and Sansepolcro. In Yugoslavia, Glid continued with a series of impressive monuments as "Ballad of the Hanged" built-in 1967, in Subotica, and "Hundred for One" in 1980, in Šumarice. One of the most beautiful monuments was built in 1990 on the Danube bank in Belgrade. It is "Menorah in Flame", the monument to victims of Nazi genocide in Belgrade. His sculpture "The Pit” stands in the Sachsenhausen Museum.en
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dc.publisherBeograd : Savez jevrejskih opština Jugoslavije [Federation of Jewish Communitues in Jugoslavia]sr
dc.rightsopenAccesssr
dc.sourceZbornik 7 : Studije, arhivska i memoarska građa o Jevrejima Jugoslavije, Jevrejski istorijski muzej - Beograd = Jewish studies 7 : Studies, archival and memorial materials (about Yugoslav Jews), Jewish historical museum - Belgradesr
dc.subjectNandor Glid (1924-1997) - biografijasr
dc.subjectNandor Glid (1924-1997) - biographysr
dc.titleNandor Glid (1924-1997)sr
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dcterms.abstractМихаиловић, Милица; Нандор Глид (1924-1997); Нандор Глид (1924-1997);
dc.rights.holderSavez jevrejskih opština Srbije = Federation of Jewish Communities of Serbiasr
dc.identifier.fulltexthttp://jevrejskadigitalnabiblioteka.rs/bitstream/id/392/JIM0718INMEMORIAMNANDORGLID.pdf
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dc.citation.spage342
dc.citation.epage344
dc.citation.issue7
dc.description.otherRubrika In memoriam.sr


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