Radoš Antonijević, Shape and Colour – The World of Branislav Nikolić, 2011

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While the Gallery Treći Beograd was still in construction, I was visiting the construction site with the friends from the eponymous art group trying to understand, based on the walls that were just being built, the ultimate intention of the architect. Walking between the scaffolding poles and the building material scattered around I noticed one […]

Maja Ćirić, Belgrade Pillars, 2011

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Branislav Nikolić, the author dealing for many years with a social dimension of the sculpture as a medium in public space (to remind ourselves of his earlier works: Kiosk, Cake, TV Mountains), has acted as an archeologist of the contemporary society within the project Belgrade Pillars. The objects of his interest are wainscot, door frames and […]

Saša Janjić, Reality Cut-outs, 2009

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“… each form is the face that watches us…”, Serge Daney   What is reality? What we see, what we feel or what we know about the world that surrounds us. We rarely stop and think about it because it goes without saying, and yet to each of us it is different. Somebody said once that […]

Jordan Cvetanović, Brief Interview With B. N., 2008

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Who are you and what is your work? I am an artist. More precisely, I think I am almost equally a painter and a sculptor. Drawing is very important to me just as alphabet is to a writer. It is the source of ideas that are transponded to a larger, more representative format, or into […]

Aleksandar Jestrović Jamesdin, Untitled, 2007

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When you come by to Mercator shopping mall, down Boulevard Umetnosti coming from the centre, wishing to compensate for the loss, maybe you will stumble up the IN/OUT sculpture. You will search in vain for the data on the author. It’s not there. There were numerous problems about it but we are no telltalers. It […]

Kosta Bogdanović, New Experiences of Seeing and Presenting, 2007

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I In the relation of factors of probability (equal – unequal – similar) transformed into visual culture, the term similar has obvious consequences in the field of art based on which the new art is considerably different form the classical art. The term similar is a comparison mediator, both between the terms equal and unequal […]