06 July - 03 August 2023

IN THE MEMORY OF: Paolo / Siniša

06/07/2023 – 03/08/2023

Museum of Applied Art, Vuka Karadžića 18, Belgrade


Opening ceremony: 6 July 2023 at 18:00

Adressing to audience:

Biljana Jotić, director of the MAA

Maja Gojković: Ministry of Culture

His Excellency Luca Gori: Italian Ambassador to Serbia

Biljana Jotić: Director of Museum of Applied Art

Federica Cappelletti: Wife of Paolo Rossi

Dražen Mihajlović: Sinisa’s brother

Roberto Cincotta: Director of the Italian Cultural Institute in

Belgrade Darko Popović: CEO Banca Intesa

Natasa Marjanović: member of the executive board of Generali Osiguranje Srbija

Marco Schembri: Exhibition Director

Exhibition tour:

Marco Schembri: Exhibition Director



Host: MAA – Museum of Applied Art, Vuka Karadžića 18, Belgrade, Serbia

Organisator: WORD CAMP INTERNATIONAL (Mr Marc Schembri, CEO) and PAOLO ROSSI FOUNDATION (Mrs Federica Cappellatti, president)

Suporter: Italian Embassy in Belgrade and Istituto Italiano de Culture in Belgrade

Partners: FIFA, FIFA Museum and ANTENA

Sponsors: Generali Osiguranje Srbija and Banca Intesa


The door of the Museum of Applied Art will be open at the 6th July to the exhibition of the two cult figures of the life style and football play, Paolo Rossi and Siniša Mihajlović. The  opening ceremony will happen in presence and adressing to the audience of director of the MAA, Biljana Jotić, director of the MAA; Deputy prime minister and minister of culture RS Maja Gojković;  HE Ambassador of Italy in Belgrade Lucca Gori; Members of Rossi i Mihajlović family (Federica Cappelletti and Dražen Mihajlović); president of the Italian cultural institut in Belgrade Roberto Cincotta; CEO Banca Intesa Darko Popović; Delta Genaraly representative Nataša Marjanović and exhibition director Marco Schembri.

The exhibition will spread out of the Main gallery, Anastas galerry and Youth gallery.  Organised in of the parts deducated to the Paolo Rosssi, Siniša Mihajlović, International and Yougoslav sport’s and ordinary life. The topic is deducated to the personal characteristic in the pulic culture of the Serbia and Italy.

The public will be able to vsit an exhibition until August 3, for free at the Tuesday-Saturday 11am – 7pm and in the Sunday 11am-18pm.