Goran Đorđević: O neograničenim prostornim strukturama

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Goran Đorđević - O neograničenim prostornim strukturama dimenzije n=1, 2, 3, 4 i 5

25x34,5cm

Galerija studentskog centra, Beograd 1978. godine. 

Goran Đorđević (Goran Djordjevic; 1950, Yugoslavia) 

He graduated in electrical engineering in Belgrade and visual studies from MIT. From 1972, when he joined the SKC Gallery in Belgrade, an artists/art historians run space, he had been appearing in public and exhibiting until 1985. From 1979 onwards Đorđević realized a series of works based on copying, such as Short History of Art (1979/81) and Harbingers of Apocalypse (1981). He later helped to organize "The Last Futurist Show" by Kasimir Malevich (1985), Walter Benjamin's lecture: "Mondrian 1963-1996" (1986), and The International Exhibition of Modern Art (Armory Show) (1986).

Since 1985 he has not been active as an artist, except for a brief period (1988-91) as a member of the Amateur Art Society Jedinstvo [Unity] in Belgrade under the pseudonym Adrian Kovacs when he participated at exhibitions of the Society with his black-and-white self-portraits, still lives, and copies of Cézanne [1], but also at the exhibitions like the Moscow Portraits (Moderna Galerija, Zagreb, 1990; Mestna Galerija, Ljubljana, 1991); Jugoslovenska dokumenta (Sarajevo, 1989); The New Langton Arts, San Francisco, 1991; Slovenske Atene, Moderna Galerija, Ljubljana, 1991) [2].

Autor: Goran Đorđević
Izdavač: Galerija studentskog centra, Beograd
Izdanje: prvo
Godina: 1978
Uvez: meki
Format: 25x34,5