Goran Djurovic

Ich sehe was, was du nicht siehst

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Goran Djurovic
Ich sehe was, was du nicht siehst

Text(s) by Ulrich Oevermann, Iris Poßegger, Matthias Flügge, Felicitas Hoppe, ed. Leonhardi-Museum Dresden

German, English

2008. 176 pp., 113 ills.


25.30 x 30.10 cm

ISBN 978-3-7757-2168-4

Serbian artist Goran Djurovic (*1952 in Belgrade), who currently lives and works in Berlin, studied painting in Dresden. Through the delicate tones of his palette as well as his formal succinctness, Djurovic’s painting—seemingly exhausting itself in narrative—actually presents a disturbing dream world in which the cryptic truths of our lives are revealed. His work evokes the pain and embarrassment caused by the presumptuousness of our life schemes. Paradoxical reversals, ironic caesuras, and the blending of dissimilar realities create a visual philosophy of comical failure. Schooled in melancholy and the sarcastic terseness of Venetian art, each painting questions anew the authenticity of human life in relation to its internal and external natures.

Exhibition schedule: Leonhardi-Museum Dresden April 12–June 8, 2008 Galerie Burkhard Eikelmann, Düsseldorf June – July 2008 Guardini Galerie, Berlin December 2, 2008–February 3, 2009

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