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 JANINE ALTMANHer artwork has abstract and geometrical shapes that converge in perfect harmony in a unique style, as ecl...
04/06/2021


JANINE ALTMAN
Her artwork has abstract and geometrical shapes that converge in perfect harmony in a unique style, as eclectic as avant-garde. She works with glass using various techniques, Fused glass, Flameworking, Pâte de Verre and “Openwork Glass”, a technique she developed. She has participated in several national and international art exhibitions and fairs. Her artwork is part of educational institutions and private collections around the world. She has been recognized by world references in glass like the Contemporary Glass Society of the United Kingdom and the National Liberty Museum of Philadelphia.
Director of the Gallery ACCS Visual Arts in Montevideo, Uruguay. Teacher of Fused Glass, courses, workshops and seminars.
FLASHBACKS CONCEPT

For me, this artwork is related to the theme of Flashbacks because in my past the search for balance has been a constant theme.
This search has marked and accompanied me in the past and of course it will continue to accompany me.
Either find balance and harmony in each artwork I do, taking care of the use of shapes, colors and textures.
But especially it is the search for balance between all facets of my life, as a woman, wife, mother and artist.
Try to manage time, give each thing its place, time and importance.
The relevance of this work for me is that it was the work with which for the first time I wanted to represent physically and literally, the concept of that constant search for balance.
Also making use of the use of geometric bodies and the laws of physics, subjects that I am passionate about.

DETAILS

Title: Equilibrium
Artist: Janine Altman
Technique: Fused Glass
Type of glass used: Borosilicate glass
Dimensions: 15 x 23 x 8 cm.
Year: 2019
Country: Uruguay

CONCEPT

Balance is the state of a body when the sum of all the forces and moments that act in it is counteracted. We say that someone or something is in balance when, despite having little support base, remains standing without falling.
We recognize balance in situations of harmony between different things or between parts of a whole.
Attitudes such as sanity, good sense and composure, for example, are taken as a sign of balance, and balance is related to stability.
What better than to aspire to find this equilibrium, harmony and stability in our lives.

  Patricia Mónica: "ROSA NEVADA"Materials and technique used: The work is made of Bullseye glass powders of different gr...
02/06/2021


Patricia Mónica: "ROSA NEVADA"
Materials and technique used: The work is made of Bullseye glass powders of different granulometries, with the Pate de verre technique, completely made from the mold until baking and subsequent cleaning of the work, it is not polished, to enhance the texture of the different glass grains and highlight the passage of time on the object. Its size is 15 centimeters in diameter and has a thickness of 0.8 millimeters. The work is mounted on an antique bronze bouquet.
Work-theme relationship: in reference to the design of the work, the different ornaments of the buildings, monuments and palaces of the different artistic movements always captivated my attention, which in some of them the passage of time has been only one snowfall more than one winter more and deepening even more in my interior the conjunction of the architectural structural with the botanical, symbolize my professions, Master of Works (intermediate title of Architect) and floral artist (35 years of experience).

  María de los Santos mardelosantos@gmail.comMy work is impregnated with flashbacks, sometimes an idea, a shape, an obje...
31/05/2021


María de los Santos
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My work is impregnated with flashbacks, sometimes an idea, a shape, an object appear and my hands begin to build something, it leads me to a feeling, a memory at times projects me and thus the concept that begins to interact every time appears more with the work.
In "Relative Worlds" I go to a nostalgic time, where as humanity we do not perceive the dangers and the damage done to the environment, this "idyllic" world actually points to global warming and the growth of the seas ...
The "Wisdom/Sabiduria" series, represented by apples, symbol of knowledge, of resignification of the cultural and religious. The installation invites you to want to touch them, bite them. Both in the proposal on black and in the one accompanied by ancient texts of lost languages, he plays with the temptation and curiosity of the spectator. A lost paradise, always possible.
In the Series "Woman" I backfroward and forth from the strength of the ancestral to the present day, from one woman to all, from violence, damage, destruction, I review the path we have traveled and the one that remains to be traveled, the repeated searches for liberation and equality, the baggage built up through the centuries, which sustains us aware of the challenge that still lies ahead.

  exhibitionBożena Nowak Sztachera - Ladies - Ladies is a unique collection of three glasses depicting three distinct fe...
30/05/2021

exhibition
Bożena Nowak Sztachera - Ladies -

Ladies is a unique collection of three glasses depicting three distinct feminine figures. When I first started work on the Ladies, I did not yet realize how reminiscent they are of past events. Only once I learned about the Flashback exposition, the old memories came back to me. I have created the Ladies using the optical glass salvaged from the glassworks where my parents worked. As a small child, I used to visit them at work quite often. I marvelled at the production lines full of glass blocks, liquid glass pouring into the forms, wooden boxes with raw material which had the names of the ladies carrying them written on the plank. Back then, I did not yet know how defining these moments were for my artistic future. After so many years using the same materials used before my eyes when I was a child, I have created the Ladies – drinking glasses dressed in skirts. It is an extraordinary journey in time for me. I find it incredible how seemingly insignificant events can determine our lives, our work, or even the choice of artistic techniques. It makes me think about all the generations which have turned the same materials into such a diversity of objects. Therefore Ladies mean Flashback for me.
Title : Ladies
Material: Optical glass
Measures: high 9,5cm ; diameter 8cm
Year of production: 2020

 Claudia Virginia Vitariwww.claudiavitari.comO-Platz, Interstitial Identities (2014-2019)Installation sculpture composed...
30/05/2021


Claudia Virginia Vitari
www.claudiavitari.com

O-Platz, Interstitial Identities (2014-2019)
Installation sculpture composed of eight glass spheres and metal support.

Materials: silk-screened glass, iron, inclusions in zircar, electric engines, theatrical spotlights
Dimensions: the installation is modular and the size varies depending on the available space. Each sphere has a diameter of 23-25 cm

The "O-Platz. Interstitial Identities represents the most recent stage of my artistic and theoretical research, now ten years in process, focused on the relationship between identity, narratives of inclusion / exclusion, "total institutions", regulation of bodies and production of humanity and inhumanity.

For my artistic projects I always look for marginalized groups of people or situations and conduct research and interviews for months sometimes years. I begin by analysing the subject, focusing on different cultural points of view: a historical examination, a mix of philosophy- and sociology-related literature as well as narrative-based and more informal texts (Foucault, Fanon, Goffman among others). Then I combine it with thoughts based on reality.
Beginning with the Berlin experience of Oranienplatz (O-Platz), this work arises from the participatory observation of life and protests by a group of asylum seeking persons, mainly from African countries, but also from Pakistan, Iran, and Afghanistan, who gave life to a permanent garrison that for months coordinated demonstrations, beginning with the occupation of the Berlin square. With a work of observation and graphic documentation, I collected information, portraits and stories of the people, which converge in this artwork.

"O-Platz. Interstitial identities" is a dynamic installation in metal and glass. The eight glass spheres are screen-printed and processed using the "roll-up" technique; the metal joints of the tripods metaphorically allude both to an experimental structure and to the neuronal path of social and relational synapses. The biographies of asylum-seeking people, impressed in the spheres, react with each other through the metal connections, symbolic of constrictive social relations dictated by the bureaucracy of the host country. The conditioning imposed by forced migration and arrival in the destination country forge the identities of individuals, as if they were subjected to a kind of "social experiment".

The installation thus forms a representation of the space and relationships that emerge in the existential interstitial situation typical of the condition of migrant persons, who live in a suspended dimension between their place of origin and an undefined arrival space, merging past experiences (country of origin and culture), present (Europe) and future (expectations and dreams).

With the theme Flashbacks there are two interpretative levels.
On the one hand from a psychoanalytical point of view: a flashback as an unintentional, vivid memory of an event, a personal experience that pops into our awareness, without any conscious, premeditated attempt to search and retrieve this memory. A memory which, by asserting itself at an unconscious level, forms part of the person's identity and personality.
On the other hand, on a historical level, through the analysis of the reasons why this type of social exclusion and institutional organisation has come about: the visual resonance of our attitudes, values, and conceptual approaches built up over time that continue to shape the way we think.

The Flashbacks are frozen in glass. Similar to a diary these documents offer a view of the individual narratives that seem fragile as well as fading. It is possible to see through the transparency and the installation assumes the function of a “lens” that allows one to see reality through the stories crystallized in the glass.

 Katarzyna Gemborys conducts research oscillating between femininity, body, glass and the notion of extreme jewelry and ...
30/05/2021


Katarzyna Gemborys conducts research oscillating between femininity, body, glass and the notion of extreme jewelry and objects on the verge of utility and art.
She searches for answers to questions about the possibilities of the very material glass itself, using the lampwork technique, and, at the same time, observes the barriers created by glass.
The presented work is one of the first in a series of explorations of the relationship between the body and jewelry. It is a tentative announcement of further activities.

Work title - Veil, borosilicate glass, 30 x 15 x 20 cm, 2014
Infantki_Mask, borosilicate glass, 40 x 30 x 20 cm, 2014, fot. P. Rychert

The presented work is one of the beginning of explorations of the relationship between the music and art, the body and jewelry.

  Marzena Wilk –„Desctruct”, 2021, 110x75 cmThe work entitled "Destruct" presents a record of old memories. The shades o...
30/05/2021


Marzena Wilk –„Desctruct”, 2021, 110x75 cm

The work entitled "Destruct" presents a record of old memories. The shades of purple-blue-red refer
to the remnants of memory that we try to keep in our minds.

Marzena Wilk - Born in 1995. She graduated in painting with a specialization in painting in
architecture (stained glass and art glass studio) at the Faculty of Fine Arts of the Nicolaus Copernicus
University in Toruń. In 2019, she obtained a master's degree in art with honors in the stained glass
and art glass studio of dr hab. Andrzej Kałucki, prof. UMK and in the easel painting studio of dr hab.
Anna Wysocka, prof. UMK. She is a PhD student at the Doctoral School of Humanities, Theology and
Art at the Academia Artium Humaniorum of the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń (visual arts
discipline).

  Ricardo Hoineff : “In my solitude”Blown glass over sculpture, filled with water and sand blasted glass chatons15 X 30 ...
30/05/2021


Ricardo Hoineff : “In my solitude”
Blown glass over sculpture, filled with water and sand blasted glass chatons
15 X 30 X 35 cm
“In my solitude” is part of the series , pieces talking about my childhood, dreams, fears, feelings. Toys, games and fairytales that I could not play or hear. They did not exist before. I am making them now.
“In my solitude” is really about all that feelings when I was drowned in emotions. Drowned in tears. Tear of memories, feelings.

Ricardo Hoineff:
Glass, when melted, can embrace things, as lava would mold, as water would shape. Blowing glass bubbles over pieces, things or small clay sculptures, I take space pictures of the motive and it creates other two levels by itself: a cover and a space inside.
When you take the items out, it is just the gap, the space and a memory of something that was there and an endless way to tell my stories.
The rotunda that shapes a shield, a shelter that protects the picture and a space in between, that I fill with air, water, oil, sand, nails, glass chatons, feather, giving them a new expression, a new meaning, a new sense, telling a new story, writing the stories I have wanted to hear.
To be Gay, Jew and foreigner can put you in small daily prejudice situations and bulling.
You get used to that, thinking that is normal: The feeling of guilt, impurity and loneliness.
Not playing with the toys you wanted to play, not listening to the fairy tales you wanted to listen.
Because they did not existed.
I‘m making my toys and fairy tales.

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FLASHBACKJoanna Kamila Kwiecieńtytuł cyklu fotograficznego: „SZKLANE MANDALE”Inspiracją do powstania fotografii były pra...
15/05/2021

FLASHBACK

Joanna Kamila Kwiecień

tytuł cyklu fotograficznego: „SZKLANE MANDALE”

Inspiracją do powstania fotografii były prace artystów Związku Artystów Szkła.

Rok powstania: 2019 i 2021

Opis do tematu wystawy: „Flashbacks”

Termin "mandala" oznacza "centrum i to, co wokół niego", czyli - w uproszczonej wersji - po prostu
okrąg. W buddyzmie mandala jest narzędziem pomocnym przy medytacji. Sam proces tworzenia i
niszczenia mandali jest symboliczny, ponieważ nawiązuje do kręgu życia i śmierci oraz przemijalności
każdego z aspektów życia.
Wzór mandali opiera się na harmonijnym łączeniu koła i kwadratu. Koło to symbol nieba i
transcendencji, a także tego, co zewnętrzne i nieskończone. Kwadrat nawiązuje do czterech stron świata,
czyli tego, co ziemskie, ludzkie i wewnętrzne. Format, w jakim przedstawione są fotografie również jest
w kwadracie. Oba obszary mają w mandali harmonijnie współgrać. Ich źródłem jest jeden punkt,
stanowiący koniec i początek jednocześnie.
Niektórym mandalom przypisuje się działanie naprawcze odnoszące się do konkretnych stref życia, inne
odganiają złe moce, a jeszcze inne sprzyjają medytacji.
Sam proces powstawania motywu jest rodzajem medytacji, a efekt tej pracy wiele mówi o autorze i stanie
psychicznym, w jakim się znajduje. Warto natomiast wiedzieć, że nic w tym obrazie nie jest przypadkowe
i pozbawione znaczenia.
Dostrzec można wiele zalet procesu twórczego. To przede wszystkim właściwości energetyzujące,
relaksujące, uspokajające i antystresowe, dzięki którym tworzenie mandali jest stosowane w arteterapii.
To także świetny sposób na rozwijanie zdolności manualnych, artystycznych i pamięci wzrokowej.
Mandala w nawiązaniu do tematu wystawy „Flashbacks” jest naprawieniem starego, aby móc wejść z
dobrą energią w nowe. Jest nie tylko przedstawieniem procesu twórczego artysty, ale również zapisem
jego osobistych przeżyć i emocji.
Pozbawienie przedstawionych tutaj mandali koloru, jest zamierzone. Jest wewnętrznym wyciszeniem
siebie do dwóch barw, czerni i bieli. Skupieniem się na rytmie i graficzności tych prac.

FLASHBACK:JAINER LEON PhD. in Arts and Sciences of Art.Fr. Professor in the Master in Communication-Education and in the...
07/05/2021

FLASHBACK:

JAINER LEON
PhD. in Arts and Sciences of Art.Fr. Professor in the Master in Communication-Education and in the Undergraduate of Plastic and Visual Arts at the Francisco José de Caldas District University.

Title: Genius.

Author: Jainer León

Technical: Mirror Cut

Year: 2000

Country: Colombia

Collection: Artist





Title: La de pirnos

Author: Jainer León

Technical: Glass fusion

Year: 2001

Country: Colombia

Collection: Artist





Title: Cultural objet

Author: Jainer León

Technical: Assembly

Year: 2006

Country: Colombia

Collection: Museo del vidrio de Bogotá





Title: Patriotic symbol

Author: Jainer León

Technical: Assembly

Year: 2006

Country: Colombia

Collection: Artist

FLASHBACKAleksandra KujawskaI am currently a graduate of the Inter-Faculty Doctoral Studies at the Academy of Fine Arts ...
06/05/2021

FLASHBACK
Aleksandra Kujawska
I am currently a graduate of the Inter-Faculty Doctoral Studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław/Poland. I m PhD - candidate, have an open PhD process in the glass design studio of prof. Beata Mak - Sobota. I explore different techniques, I studied glass art - sculpture, stained glass, glass design. But sculpture in glass is my favorite. The sculpture enables me to convey my emotions best. Currently, I am focusing on working on my PhD and trying, like we all, to survive, with my child in a pandemic world.

Sculptures: "Prayer for a good death for the father".
“The intuitive mind is a sacred gift, the rational mind is its faithful servant. We have created a society that respects the servant and forgets the gift ”- Albert Einstein

Humans and animals have received five senses from nature: sight, hearing, touch, smell and taste. Although their number is debatable. Intuition - This is called the sixth sense.
In my art objects, I use glass as a communication tool, giving them the right shape, texture and color. In the gravitational technique, I cooperate with the forces of nature and the cosmos. I believe that my sculpture "Prayer for a good death for the Father" - symbolically allows me to communicate with the higher Self, the Absolute.

In my objects, I use glass as a communication tool, giving them the right shape, texture and color. In the gravitational technique, I cooperate with the forces of nature. I believe that my sculpture Prayer for a good death for the Father, symbolically allows me to communicate with the higher Self, the Absolute. Sculptures made of glass sheets are fragile and fleeting, like words, like sheets of paper. However, like the words of prayer, they have great power and meaning. Like most of my generation, I have deviated from the faith. Poland is an extremely Catholic country which imposes on its inhabitants the observance of the principles of religion, even if it threatens their health and life. Thousands of young people demonstrate on the streets against very restrict abortion low. My works deal with a difficult topic, they are a bit philosophical, but they relate to religious and mystical practices. They talk about love, longing. About praying for my dying father and my attempt to contact God/the Absolute. I would like freedom of religion to be an individual matter in Poland. I wish people personal choices were respected. It is important that people have a choice, not a compulsion.

FLASHBACK:Silvia ZimermanI was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. At the age of 18 I moved to Israel.I chose to live a 20 ...
26/04/2021

FLASHBACK:
Silvia Zimerman

I was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. At the age of 18 I moved to Israel.I chose to live a 20 years career as a CPA and turn to the art of glass creation. I've learned different glass techniques each of them emphasizes a different facet of the beauty and mystery of glass. I’ve learned Kiln Casting Glass, Fused Glass, Pate de Verre, Folding Glass in different countries such Scotland, Italy, France, The United States, Turkey. I participated in several group exhibitions. The most important were The Glass Biennale in the Eretz Israel Museum in 2007,2011 2015. The international Glass Biennale in Bulgaria 2020. In the Supreme Cort of Justice in Jerusalem 2018. Recently in online exhibition “Hands Across the World” organized by the Contemporary Glass Society. I have my first solo exhibition in the Hankin Gallery in Holon. In 2003 I set up my own Glass studio where I work and teach students the different glass techniques and convey to them my love for glass.

In my art I like to capture the beauty of the glass. Different techniques allow me to express different ideas.
I am interested in creating works that call the audience to be excited and touched.
The play of light and color, the complexity of the material and the challenge involved in creating something soft and caressing from a material so sharp and cold as glass, enchanted me.
My inner and surrounding world are express in my work. Yet I find it important to let the glass speak for itself and display its powerful presence.
Is always a story to tell, and I choose glass to be my speaker.
My work “El Taller” is an homage to my father. He was a Tailor and passed away very young. I reconstruct his tailor workshop, that we used to call it El Taller, in glass.
I have a strong and beautiful memory of his workshop, flashbacks of him seating and sewing, surrounding by fabrics, I transferred that memory into glass.
I’m now continue this memory and play with fabrics, trying to give the glass the qualities, softness and movement of fabric.
Most of my work are about fabric.
For me, creating things connected with my childhood around my father is a way to keep him with me.

FLASHBACK: Eduardo Naveira  Studies:Graphic design, at the Escuela Panamericana de Arte. Photography, at the Foto Club B...
20/04/2021

FLASHBACK:
Eduardo Naveira

Studies:Graphic design, at the Escuela Panamericana de Arte.
Photography, at the Foto Club Buenos Aires.
Film Direction, at ENERC, dependent on the National Film Institute (INCA).

I was trained in specialized workshops in Argentina and I took seminars with glass artists such as Silvia Levenson, Andrea Da Ponte, Eduardo Nieto, Karina Del Savio and others.
I have been working as a glass artist for 10 years and I teach teaching other artisans and artists different techniques of working with glass.

Flashback
The work that I send is part of a work that I have been doing that I have called "Shadows of the earth" (Sombras de la tierra). And it consists of working with different leaves and plants, integrating them into the molten glass to perpetuate them in time, in a stopped time but trigger of other times. A shadow, a memory, a memory trapped in a poetic image kept in the glass.

Material: Float glass, enamels, glass powders, leaves.
Technique: Fusion, box casting.

FLASHBACK:Alejandra OrtizThesis title: Reflections of the past. Reflections of the past.Made of Bullseye glass, molded g...
12/04/2021

FLASHBACK:
Alejandra Ortiz

Thesis title: Reflections of the past. Reflections of the past.
Made of Bullseye glass, molded glass, pate de verre.
Size: 25 cm wide, 30 cm high and 12 cm. deep.
Year of production: 2019
There are eternal, unique moments that will be remembered: my father was fishing at sunset when the first stars appeared and together we patiently, quietly and impatiently waited for the surprising moment of seeing the fish looming in the line between the waves.

I started venturing into fused glass in 2011 at the Vitrofusion workshop in the city of La Plata, in MACLA, the Museum of Contemporary Latin American Art in Buenos Aires Province, Argentina. In 2012, I continued my glass studies at the Museo de la Cárcova, an autonomous city of Buenos Aires, Argentina, leading workshops on glass molding, glass jewelry and painting on glass. In 2013, I started my studies at the Berazategui Glass School in Berazategui, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina, conducting Vitrofusion I and II, Mold I and II workshops. In 2014, I entered the Berazategui Glass School and obtained the title of Artistic Glass Technique in 2018 with an overall average of 9.58. From 2018, I studied with professor Andrea Da Ponte in Wilde in the province of Buenos Aires, Argentina.

FLASHBACK:Renata Pawlik-KiebdojA graduate of the Faculty of Ceramics and Glass at the Academy of Fine Arts them. E. Gepp...
11/04/2021

FLASHBACK:

Renata Pawlik-Kiebdoj

A graduate of the Faculty of Ceramics and Glass at the Academy of Fine Arts them. E. Geppert in Wrocław in Poland, diploma in the studio of Zbigniew Horbowy in 2000. Immediately after graduation, the artist developed a characteristic style, and her stained-glass compositions became easily recognizable. Her glass "women" enrich museum and private collections.
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Following the retrospective code, I present 6 works from the "Zodiac" project: Aries, Ta**us, Aquarius, Pisces, Sagittarius, and Venison as the 13th sign of my personal Milky Way. My subjective realism filters reality differently, limited observations result in searching for synthesis in my own mirror. A human plant that needs to adapt its roots to new conditions. Look for the light in
the contents of another stomach ... but in fresh "saliva" new flavors and surprising motivations .. we have left the earth age, and we are entering the age of air. Paradoxically, it is now that loss and non-fulfillment have become an indispensable part, almost marking an important axis of new development.

FLASHBACK:Marta RivelottaMy approach to glass was in 2010, at the Berazategui Glass School, in the town of Berazategui, ...
06/04/2021

FLASHBACK:

Marta Rivelotta
My approach to glass was in 2010, at the Berazategui Glass School, in the town of Berazategui, Province of Buenos Aires, Argentina, in Glass Recycling workshops, Screen I and II (lamps), Sandblasting in Glass. Vitrofusión I and II, Molding I and II, Painting on glass. In 2014 I entered the Berazategui School of Glass obtaining in 2017 the title of Technique in Artistic Glass .. From 2018 to date I continue my studies on glass with the teacher Andrea Da Ponte in the town of Wilde , Province of Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Title of the work: Childhood.
Materials: Bullseye glass, casting glass, pate de verre.
Size: 13 cm wide by 11 cm high and 3 cm. deep.
Production year: 2019
The little house floats in my memories, the one I always drew, the one that would become my home; with its colorful fireplace, where the smoke expresses the joy of the moments lived.

We are pleased to introduce the first artist of our Flashback exhibition:Aleksandar M. Lukić, (1964, Sremska Mitrovica, ...
02/04/2021

We are pleased to introduce the first artist of our Flashback exhibition:

Aleksandar M. Lukić, (1964, Sremska Mitrovica, Serbia), Member of UPIDIV (Association of Artists of Applied Art and Designers of Vojvodina) since 2008 and member of ULUPUDS since 2018 (Association of Applied Artists of Fine Arts and Designers of Serbia), applied painting-stained glass. Independent artist
since 2018. Chairman of the Board of UPIDIV since 2018. He deals with the artistic and applied work of
Kiln-Formed Glass and in the technique of Stained Glass.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KSByMyJKYE8

Nocturno Op.9 No.1, inspired by Chopin's music.
Private residence in Pozarevac, Serbia.
Stained glass and kiln-formed glass.
Dimensions: 80.7x139.7mm; 2012.

The Glass Bead Game, inspired by the same titled book by Hermann Hesse. Klasik Restaurant, Seuzach, Switzerland, which is around 20km from Zurich, and Hesse published his book in Zurich as well. The work should be the embryo of Hesse's Castalia, a spiritual sphere that radiates and offers a way to salvation...

Dimensions: 6.6 x 8 meters; 2010.

Thus Spoke Zarathustra, inspired by Friedrich Nietzsche's novel and Richard Strauss' composition; the first page of the novel and the beginning of the composition. Penthouse in Belgrade, stained glass in the ceiling of round stairs; diameter 3m; 2019.

We are starting an on-line exhibition. Thank you very much for your applications. From tomorrow, we will present selecte...
31/03/2021

We are starting an on-line exhibition. Thank you very much for your applications. From tomorrow, we will present selected artists.

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