Nikola Radosavljević – “What happens when your son dies”
A multimedia exhibition by the academic artist Nikola Radosavljević entitled “What happens when your son dies” opened on Friday, June 10, at 12 o’clock in the salon of the Terra Museum.
“The whole ambience is a thesis about self-defense, both from place and time and from ourselves. Under the onslaught of various pressures, we are brought into states of acute anxiety and lack of strength to fight for our own survival. In contrasting the ideological structures of visual units, these pieces are two worlds of contradictions: one is the place where everything starts (Jah), the place where everything can go wrong, and the other (weapon) is a place where we are now, and we didn’t have to be. ” – excerpt from the text of the exhibition catalog, author – Nikola Radosavljević
You can see the exhibition until July 1, 2022.
See the exhibition catalog:
Radosavljevic Nikola, was born in 1991 in Uzice. He completed his undergraduate and master studies at the Faculty of Applied Arts in Belgrade, graphic and book studio, in 2015. He received his doctorate from the Faculty of Applied Arts in Belgrade in 2020, on the topic of artists’ books and new media graphic practices. In August 2020, in cooperation with the curators of the graphic collection of the National Library of Serbia, he formed the first public library of artists’ books under the umbrella institution of culture in Europe. He has won more than twenty different awards and recognitions in the field of drawing and graphics. He has participated in more than two hundred collective exhibitions in the country and abroad. So far, he has organized thirty-five solo exhibitions by competition and invitation (Belgrade, Novi Sad, Pančevo, Sombor, Kotor, Subotica, Kikinda. His works are in important public and private collections around the world. He is a member of ULUS, graphic section. He is a member of UVUU, graphic section.