Contemporary Balkan Art exhibit in London – Thur, 16th June 2016

‘Point of View’

Roman Djuranovic, Tadija Janicic, Zolt Kovac

June 16th 2016

Contemporary Balkan Art presents its first exhibition of Balkan artists in hot spot The Library on London’s St Martin’s Lane. Comprising elements of film, design, comic strips, photography and other media, ‘Point of View’ is a selective depiction of contemporary rituals, the current condition, fragments of that condition, and of roles and identities. The unifying thread which connects the work of these three artists is the appreciation of common areas of ordinary or strange atmosphere which take us to a territory where events are fictional and real in equal measure. This depiction of (un)reality exposes us to ideas that are intriguing yet accessible and attainable. Djuranovic’s, Janicic’s and Kovac’s artistic expressions contain pensiveness and dilemmas, movement and passivity, and all these expressions, whatever they may be, bring us back to fragments of our current state and our daily lives. For that reason they are all connected precisely by transience and at the same time ‘lightness’ of a contemporary person.

The exhibition will be held from 6-10pm on 16 June 2016 at The Library, 112 St. Martin’s Lane, London WC2N 4BD.

Catalogue of exhibited works will be available.