недеља, 01. мај 2011.

Nagradu “Ivo Andrić” će primiti Sabahudin Hadžialić




Dana 12.4.2011.g. je predsjednik i osnivač Akademije “Ivo Andrić”, književnik Radomir Smiljanić, u svome domu u Beogradu, razgovarao sa književnikom Sabahudinom Hadžialićem, obavjestivši ga da mu je jednoglasnom odlukom Žirija dodjeljeno priznanje Akademije “Ivo Andrić” za 2011.g. Nagradu će književnik Sabahudin Hadžialić primiti na dan dodjele Nobelove nagrade Ivi Andriću, 26.10.2011.g.

U skladu sa planiranim aktivnostima Akademije, književnik Sabahudin Hadžialić će biti predstavljen, zajedno sa ostalim dosadašnjim laureatima, i u specijalnom štampanom izdanju pod naslovom “Andrićevo sazvežđe” povodom 50 godina od dodjele Nobelove nagrade Ivi Andriću. Također je u pripremi serijal TV portreta laureta nagrade Akademije “Ivo Andrić” od 11 dokumentarnih TV emisija u produkciji Dokumentarnog programa RTS-a i TV produkcije “Akademije Ivo Andrić” (“Da Vinca Production”) u kojem će biti predstavljeno i književno djelo Sabahudina Hadžialića.

Obrazloženje Žirija koje se odnosi na KNJIŽEVNU TRILOGIJU (pjesme: NEOTKANI SIZIF; priče ZEMLJA BEZ SVIJESTI i aforizmi NEDOVRŠENE DUŠE, Izdavač DHIRA, Kusnacht, Švajcarska, 2010.g.):

„Poezija Sabahudina Hadžialića u knjizi „Neotkani Sizif“ je protkana s različitim vizijama usmerenim borbi opstojnosti bitka javstva unutar svakodnevnih sunovrata koje proživljavamo s povremenom refleksijom i prema ljubavnim reminiscencijama. Njegovo poetsko viđenje je ciljano: post-moderna, urbana poezija čoveka što živeti traži.....Knjiga priča "Zemlja bez svijesti" je konglomerat zajedničkog cilja - razotkrivanja mitova s kojima se svakodnevno suočavamo, neretko uz korištenje svakovrsnih alegorija, hiperbola, ali i vlastitih pozitivnih očekivanja, uz satiričnu potku. U knjizi aforizama "Nedovršene duše", koristeći aforizam i misao kao vrednosni iskaz snažnog odjeka, uz korištenje humorno-satirične note, ali i on pokušava, i uspeva, neka svoja promišljanja preneti drugima uz nadu da to iskoriste dobru stremeći. Istovremeno, njegovo delo je, kao i kod našeg Nobelovca, Ive Andrića, upozoravajuće i nadahnjujuće, unutar promišljanja da opstojnost književnosti i jeste svakodnevnost upitanosti usmerene prema sveobuhvatnosti sopstvenog poslanja. Književnog, ali i ljudskog, pre svega.“



ENGLISH:

Sabahudin Hadzialic - the Laureate of Ivo Andric Academy, Belgrade Serbia for 2011.

Radomir Smiljanic, writer, president and founder of Ivo Andric Academy met with Sabahudin Hadzialic, the writer and the poet, in his Belgrade residence. During the meeting, Mr Smiljanic informed Mr Hadzialic that the Academy unanimously awarded Mr Hadzialic the Ivo Andric Award for 2011. The award will be presented on 26 October 2011 , the date when Ivo Andric was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature.

In line with already defined plans for 2011, Sabahudin Hadzialic, together with the other Laureates to date will be presented in a special printed edition “Andric’s Constellations” dedicated to 50th anniversary of the Nobel Prize award to Ivo Andric. The Academy is in the process of shooting a TV serial where the Laureates to date will be presented in a form of a documentary via joint cooperation of Radio Television of Serbia (RTS) and “Da VInca Produciton”, a TV production of Ivo Andric Academy. Hadzialic’s opus will be presented in one of the documentaries.

The Jury’s decision based on the Literature Trilogy (poems: The Sisyphus’ Struggle, stories: The Country Without Consciousness and aphorisms: Lost Souls, published y Dhira, KUsnacht, Switzerland 2010) is:

“The poetry of Sabahudin Hadzialic in his book Sisyphus’ Struggle is laden with complex concepts depicting struggle for the human side of mankind amidst daily issues alternating it with the idea of love memories. Hadialic’s poetic idea is focused: it is post-modern, urban poetry of a man in search for the meaningful life….The book The Country Without Consciousness represents a joint aim – stripping of myths we struggle with in our daily lives, while often using a range of allegories, hyperbolas and our own expectations all underlined with a satire. In Lost Souls, a book dedicated to aphorisms, Hadzialic uses aphorisms and thoughts as currency, he introduces humour and satire, he tries and succeeds to influence others with the way he understands the world he lives in hoping that his influence will inspire readership to strive for the bigger and better things.

As one can see in Andric’s writing, Hadzialic in his literature conveys a message, he warns, inspires; he demonstrates that the literature stems from the everyday life of a man and then a poet and writer, that it stems from his core-the human core."

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