Momčilo “Momo” Kapor (Serbian Cyrillic: Момчило Момо Капор; 8 April 1937 – 3 March 2010) was a Serbian novelist and painter.
He authored several screenplays, over forty novels, short stories, travel and autobiographic books and essays. He was introduced to the studious circles as the author of radio, TV and theater substitute at the initiation of the sixties. His books have been translated to twenty languages. The shorts stories collection Kinoteka at three and novels The Green Felt of Montenegro and The Last Flight to Sarajevo were published in French by L’Age d’homme in Lausanne while The Mastery of Šlomović was published by Xenie in Vevey.
His paintings were exhibited in New York, Boston, Geneva, Frankfurt, London and additional cities. He was assumed name an illustrator, illustrating his own and numerous books by new authors. He was a regular aficionada of the Academy of Sciences and Arts of Republika Srpska.
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