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Simonović Igor

     
     

Simonović Igor (Serbia)

     
  Simonović Igor - Self-portrait       He was born in Belgrade in 1972. He began doing painting in 2006. His paintings were first phantasmagorical presentations of figures which bring unusual messages from the dark consciousness of the author, as a product of the suppressed impulses of the subconsciousness. Later, his observations were directed towards portraits as a kind of polygon for the evasion of forms and colours. By using various means, sometimes scratching, gluing or inserting non-pictorial materials as intruders which are to cause additional disturbance, he achieves the rhythm and intensity of artistic elements, creates the atmosphere of unrest, movement, prosperity, thus activating all available means to seize the idea which is continuously transforming into a higher form of the personal. His authentic stylisation of forms and often saturated palette and tension created by lost ship wreckers, losers and the creatures like lost souls in the labyrinth of time, which unmercifully devours, immerses and makes them finally disappear in its whirlpools.  
  Self-portrait, 2013, combined technique on canvas, 80x60cm  
 
         
     
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Farewell, 2010,

combined technique
on canvas,
60x45cm

Self-portrait, 2013,
combined technique
on canvas,
80x60cm
No Name, 2013,

combined technique
on canvas,
80x60cm

No Name, 2014,

combined technique
on canvas,
50x70cm

No Name, 2014,

combined technique
on canvas,
40x30cm

 
         
         
         
 
 
 
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