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About the Society Awards Past Award Winners 2018 Awardees 2018 (Lanzendorf PaleoArt Prize) 3-Dimensional Art/Sculpture - Boban Filipovic

Since early childhood, Boban has drawn and sculpted animals. When he was in high-school (secondary Medical School) he began collecting fossils near his hometown and become interested in comparative anatomy and evolution of vertebrates. As a paleontology student, he created the exhibit "Archosauria - ruling reptiles", mainly composed of 24 lifesize models of archosauromorphs he had sculpted. The exhibit was organized by the Gallery of Science and Technology of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts.

Boban's best known work is the model of Simosuchus clarki created in collaboration with Dr. David W. Krause and staff of Stony Brook University, Dept. of Anatomical Sciences. The model was featured on the cover of  JVP Memoir 10.

His works are housed in: Badlands Dinosaur Museum, Dickinson, ND, USA; Denver Museum of Nature & Science, USA; LWL- Museum of Natural History, Münster, Germany; Lower Saxony State Museum, Hanover, Germany; Museum of Natural History, Florence, Italy; Geological Museum of the Dolomites, Predazzo, Italy; Institute for Nature Conservation of Voivodina Province, Novi Sad, Serbia; Smederevo Museum, Smederevo, Serbia. Many more artworks are components of traveling exhibitions managed and organized by GeoModel di Mauro Scaggiante.

Besides paleoart, Filipović is working on archaeozoological remains as a part of archaeological project "Prehistoric settlements of southwestern Serbia" of the National Museum Užice.

The two pieces entered for the Lazendorf Prize (3D art - sculpture) were commissioned by Dr. Denver Fowler of Badlands Dinosaur Museum, Dickinson, North Dakota. They were created specifically for an upcoming exhibit "Claws!", showcasing how interpretation of dinosaur behavior (specifically claw use) has changed with new discoveries.