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The frequent motifs in your work are sharks and bulls. Can you tell us what bull paintings represent to you?
For me, the bull is a symbol that can be interpreted in different ways. In some, they are parts of a forgotten code that humanity exchanges for enjoyment and easy life. On the other, quiet water which hides a secret below the surface consists of elements of a big puzzle or a vision of man’s inner world. In the end, bulls represent the simple nature that is struggling to survive. We can’t look at these scenes just from one side. The pose is similar, maybe a gesture on some, but everything else is different and unique.
Here you can see some of the details of my new painting. I am polishing edges that are still rough, but you can get the picture. This piece is going to be presented on my next solo as a continuation of People and the City series. It is called The Second Gate.
The second Gate, acrylic on canvas, detail 1
The second Gate, acrylic on canvas, detail 2
Ⓒ Photo by Ivana Ivka
The second Gate, painting detail, Ⓒ Photos by Ivana Ivka
What inspires me are feelings connected to some events, people, and places with the amazing line between the past, present, and future as well as universal messages with ancient, but unchangeable facts. Exhibition “Space for lines” talks about that. My work reflects crowded cities as well as Nature peacefulness and movement.
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Contemporary art exhibition at the Serbian Pavilion Expo 2015 The pavilion of Serbia opened the exhibition of contemporary art ” Circle of Life “, organized by Gabriella Carlucci and presented at the cluster Bio-Med. The two artists Sandra Vucicevic and Marko Gavrilovic, chosen among the many Serbian artists from the gallery Art Ca ‘ d’Oro, gave strong and provocative interpretation of the theme of the Expo, which invites move away from consumerism and a way of life that does not take into account the consequences of human actions on the planet and their impact on the future.The exhibition is open to visitors and will be on display until September 18th.