Days of contemporary Italian art in Belgrade

The international exhibition “Homo Interior” will be opened at the Italian Institute for Culture in Belgrade on October 31st, at 18: 30h, in honour of the Days of Italian Contemporary Art in Serbia.

Three artists – Nicola Samori (Italy), Radenko Milak (Bosnia and Herzegovina) and Dragan Zdravkovic (Serbia) – will showcase their artwork, while Ksenija Samardzija is the exhibition’s curator. The exhibition will be opened until November 30th and the entrance is free of charge.

The exhibition “Homo Interior” combines three different visual reflections in a unique setting. The works of artists originating from different environments that are determined by tradition and geographically closeness, are connected by the intuitive understanding of the classical language of art. The exhibition at the Italian Institute for Culture in Belgrade says that the exhibition features Latin language that does not require translation, which, despite considered a dead language, remains universal to this day – the organizers say.

Nicola Samori’s paintings and sculptures embrace the Italian painting heritage. Her artistic process starts with the construction, creating a personality that can be destabilized by subsequent interventions, while Radenko Milak retains the monochrome perspective of life events, using black and white to portray events and situations.

(Blic, 21.10.2018)

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