Komplet od trinaest (13) fotografija akcije / perfomansa Ere Milivojevića. Fotografije su numerirane, sa pečatom umjetnika na poleđini. Format 15,3x10,3 cm
Era Milivojević (Titovo Užice, 1944) graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Belgrade in 1970, in the class of S. Ćelić. During 1971 - 1973 period he worked and exhibited with the Group of Artists: Marina Abramović, Neša Paripović, Zoran Popovic, Raša Todosijević, Gera Urkom, all famous for their early conceptual art practice. Milivojević's oeuvre includes painting, photography and performance. He lives in Belgrade.
Denying Matisse featuring sculptural installation piece ' L'escargot Noir
Gera Urkom (renowned Belgrade-born Painter/Conceptualist) continues his on-going intellectual debate with the history of painting as the Primary forum for the explication of complex meaning in the Post-Modernist 21st Century.
NO:ID Gallery, London 2009.
Ivan Kožarić - crtež, pastel iz 1973. godine. Potpisan. S druge strane se nalazi skica za stolac, također rad Ivana Kožarića.
Ivan Kozaric was born in 1921 in Petrinja, Croatia. He studied sculpture at the Academy of Fine Art in Zagreb from 1943 to 1947
Vlasta Delimar: Provjerite da li ste živi. Izdahnite zrak iz usta na ogledalo
Verify if You are Alive. Breathe out from the mouth on the Mirror
Mixed Media / Collage
Signed and dated.
Vlasta Delimar, 1984.
Galerija studentskog centra
Zagreb, 1984. godine
Miljenko Horvat (Gorgona Group)
grafitna olovka + pastel
Miljenko Horvat was the group’s youngest member
and worked as a painter, architect and photographer.
His early art informel pieces already betray his interest
in the constructive, which would become even more pronounced in his later years in the form of minimalist and computer-generated designs and creations. Horvat also had a penchant for the surreal, which mainly informed his photographic practice.
Pastel, slap Plive, Jajce - 21.06.1940. Potpisano, signirano, format 10x14,5. Slika je bila poslana iz Jajca autoru, Eduardu Stepančiču u Beograd 1941. godine. Eduard Stepančič studied in Monza at the Instituto di Belle Arti (1923 -1926), in Venice at the