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Filip Korunovski

FigurAktiv - Novi Sad

Jana Jakimovska

Dejan Djolevi

Beqiri & Mexhiti

Slobodan Miloseski

Igor Angelov

 Drei Positionen 

Debora Steinhaus


18 Kolonie Wedding



26.04. - 15.05.2019
"Drei Positionen"
Malerei, Zeichnungen, Grafik


Vera Stanarcevic 
Nives Pavlovic Vukovic,
Dragana Rodic







Dragana Rodic, Nives Pavlovic, Vera Stanarcevic


Vera S. Stanarcevic

“…Vera Stanarcevic drawings “ Town of Silence “ are temples of solitude. Seductive shapes reaching out from the walls. They are enticing in their silvery serenity riddled with sweat of martyrdom. For a moment, it appears as if the Earth’s revolving is constrained, and a question arises; could one descend from the Earth… or perhaps escape the forethought of the rational? The senses, lulled by the harmony of what was seen and what was not experienced and by the contradictory unison of dread and hope, slowly and in a seeming manner give way to the spirit (which is, in itself, derived from the soul, or is it the other way around?). The premonition spreads its wings… and the impossible, all of a sudden, becomes the only possibility…”


Nikola Sindik , Visual Artist and Writer




Nives Pavlovic Vukovic

These can be letter elements, or only geometric groups. Their diversity and richness in form and color, often refined relationships, constitute the basic features of this artist's style.Other concepts have been achieved by crossing the vertical and the horizontal, summed up with the impression that everything redundant is removed.The color scale is unlimited, but as a rule it is held at medium tones.


Pavle Vasic, PhD in History and Theory of Art 



Dragana Rodic


In terms of form, technical characteristics of linoleum, with the emphasized black and white relations of surfaces and lines, plans supported by colliding shapes in the front and purified texture in the back, allow the development of a completely exceptional integrated art form. The author provides a clear example of the ability to balance the abstract demands of art with the need to worthily represent the object itself. Having clear and firm contours, they are permeated with restrained movement, and by their symbolic meaning, this depiction is brought to the degree of metaphysical tuning up. And until it is silenced in its last circle, the swing ride will be remembered through the correspondence of imagination and knowledge which, hopefully, will follow Dragana Rodic in her quest for new challenges.


Andrea Rodic, art historian