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After the Second World War, many of our fellow citizens started taking up photography. During the fifties of the 20th century, there was a photo club that even organized an exhibition of its members’ works, and in 1980, the “Vuk Karadžić” Photo Cinema Club was founded, which, despite financial difficulties, worked successfully and organized significant exhibitions such as the Salon of Yugoslavia youth photos. The first of the members of this club whose work we will present, and whose photos are also in the collection of the Regional MuseumJagodina, is Nikola Tatić (1962–2019), an architect by profession and a passionate artist who expressed himself in various media. Tatić organized five solo exhibitions and participated in about 150 joint photo exhibitions, and his photos won awards at state exhibitions. In his work, he is inspired by the aesthetics of surrealism, creating desolate, silent city views that seem cold and inhumane and emphasize the loneliness and alienation of man.