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Art in the Field of Scientific Imagination

Art in the Field of Scientific Imagination

autor: Stevan Vuković‘The times of Corona’ introduced artists and scientists, just like ordinary people, to what is referred to as a ‘media-intensive environment’. Restrictions on physical movement and personal encounters prompted people to increasingly resort to various tele-technologies. Meetings and ...
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The Art of Pianos and Walking Canes

The Art of Pianos and Walking Canes

Members of the string quartet shake hands; the flutist disassembles and assembles his instrument; the pianist places a vase of flowers on the piano: those were the instructions for events in the 1960s, contrived and performed by George Brecht – ...
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Fotografija: Raša Todosijević, Was ist Kunst, Marinela Koželj?, autor fotografije Miroslav Miša Savić

Questioning Art

The initial version of Was ist Kunst? ( Was ist Kunst, Patrizia Hennings? ), was made as a video performance in the town of Brdo in Istria, from 1st to 9th October in 1976 and produced by the Krizinger Gallery ...
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Hvala Raši Todosijeviću - Zahvalna Srbija

Thank You, Raša Todosijević – Grateful Serbia

The exhibition Thank You, Raša Todosijević—Grateful Serbia, represents a unique showcase of his works ranging from those created in the late 1970s up to the recent watercolours from 2019. The selected artworks were initiated through significant international museum setups ...
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3x3 Interview: Dragan Zdravković

3×3 Interview: Dragan Zdravković

You left Belgrade and went to the mountains, in a real isolation. How are you, how do you spend your time and how do you feel about this abrupt change?  I’m fine, but I do feel the weight of global ...
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Raša Todosijević, akvarel, 2019.

Art as the locus of resistance to interpretation 

It was as early as 1970s when it became clear that Raša Todosijević’s authorial approach simultaneously extended across a broad non-hierarchical diapason of media articulations, some of which had already been somewhat standardized, while others were still largely ...
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Uterus Effects

UTERUS EFFECTS

On 13th March 2020, at the Bezirksmuseum Ottakring in Vienna, the presentation of the publication Uterus Effects — published by the organization KUNSTENTROPIE, a Vienna based association for promotion of contemporary and non-academic art and cultural ...
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Culinary Conceptualism and the Strategy of Overidentification 

Culinary Conceptualism and the Strategy of Overidentification 

When Raša Todosijević exhibits an art piece that includes material remains of a plebeian feast (technique: cooked beans, bread and beer in cheap tableware), he firmly adheres to the avant-garde art canons ...
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Lubardina umetnost i likovna hronika 

Lubarda’s Visual Chronicle

In May 1951, the gallery of ULUS (The Association of Fine Artists of Serbia) in Knez Mihajlova Street, put on the historic Petar Lubarda’s exhibition. May 1st (Labour Day) festivities, which gathered people in universal merrymaking, marked the birth of ...
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Bludgeoning of Vila Ravijojla

Bludgeoning of Vila Ravijojla

Fairies are one of the most prominent fantasy creatures in world folklore. They are found in all cultures and regions; in African, Asian and North American tales. Many of them are known by their names or abodes ...
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razgovor sa Tarom Rodić

3×3 interview with Tara Rodić

What is happening and developing inside of me with regard to external circumstances is always my personal response to understanding the life itself. By using artistic language, I try to present psychological and social themes that I find interesting ...
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Uskršnje ostrvo

Easter Island

Rapa Nui, also known as Easter Island, was discovered on Easter Sunday in 1722 and named after the day of its discovery. Today, this secluded piece of land in the middle of the Pacific, which belongs to Chile, used to ...
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Interview with Milena Mijović Durutović

Interview with Milena Mijović Durutović

 "Every speck of dust has a marvellous soul…The simplest things give me ideas…However, a man has to keep enough of his honesty and purity so as to be moved.” Joan MiróMilena, we have been planning your May show at “Balkan” ...
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Veljaševićeva umetnost

Less Is More — the premeditated reduction of Vladimir Veljašević

A studio speaks volumes about an artist. Jung’s interpretation of dreaming of houses was that they revealed the deepest spaces of one self and the way they looked would tell us about dreamer’s ...
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Via Crucis- Stanice krsta

Via Crucis – The Stations of the Cross

On the occasion of Easter celebration according to the Gregorian calendar, we have decided to dedicate a few lines to one of the most prominent and visually most recognizable practices of piety among the Catholics – the Stations of the ...
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3x3  Interview with Svetlana Ninković

3×3 Interview with Svetlana Ninković

We have known each other for several years. We have collaborated on beautiful projects and I always admire your courage to see things from a different angle. For example, your exhibition in the “Žitomlin“ building that was on display for ...
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Entertainment for Kings

Entertainment for Kings

Medieval kings would, in times of boredom, help themselves to wine and immerse in the more interesting works of literature that their court writers would compile for them. Should you believe that medieval literature is limited to transcripts from the ...
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Cupid, Psyche and Iron Opanci

Cupid, Psyche and Iron Opanci

After being accused of excessive theatricality, instead of the previously announced themes of Christ’s passion (which I find so dear), I decided to opt for more cheerful themes of sex and love. Unfortunately, it won’t save you from my penchant ...
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mag latniske knjizevnosti

Mage of Latin Literature

Lucius Apuleius, the writer from 2nd century AD, is one of the most influential and most underestimated literates of all times. He influenced the writers: Boccaccio, Shakespeare, Carlo Collodi, Kafka, Thomas Mann, Alberto Salvinio, C.S.Lewis; ...
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3×3 Interview with: Ema Bregović

3×3 Interview with: Ema Bregović

Your works are monumental, difficult, demanding production-wise. What draws and entices you to engage in the production of such ambitious works that involve complex technical challenges?  – The war in Yugoslavia had a big influence on my attitude towards art and ...
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3x3 Interview with: Mate Đorđević

3×3 Interview with: Mate Đorđević

Your works are always liminal, between the real and unearthly, human and animal, true and abstract: parasites, bacteria, guinea pigs, mutations, infections, micro and macro world get visual domination. What is actually happening on your canvases? ...
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Drangularijum, 1971

Drangularijum, 1971

Drangularijum„I’ll exhibit Marinela”, was a decision made by Raša Todosijević, which led to the first tableau-vivant in our art. On that 23rd June 1971, at the opening, visitors of the SKC Gallery found Marinela Koželj, his life partner, as part ...
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