Selma Djecevic and Nebojsa Kavaric at Ca’ Zanardi | Venice | ITSLIQUID

Selma Djecevic and Nebojsa Kavaric at Ca’ Zanardi | Venice

Art | September 14, 2015 |

001Image courtesy  of Selma Djecevic

Selma Djecevic and Nebojsa Kavaric at Ca’ Zanardi | Venice

Venice Art House and Ca’ Zanardi, in collaboration with Gallery 106 from London, are glad to present the solo exibitions of montenegrin artists Selma Djecevic and Nebojsa Kavaric.

002Image courtesy of Selma Djecevic

The exibitionClouded Identity”, organized by Ca’Zanardi in collaboration with Gallery 106, presents a series “Barbie, L.A. religion postmodern” by artist Selma Djecevic. The concept of this exibition is illustrated to pubblic by artist herself: “A postmodern period has brought significant changes regarding our perception of identities. Different identities, which have been separated before, today are mixed or placed one above other. In this way, the identity of a “woman” can’t be reduced only at one unique dimension, but to represent a “woman” we need to consider different aspects of her identity: sexuality, gender, family and paint a “new” woman, structured by different prospectives, and look at her with different eyes.

003Image courtesy of Selma Djecevic

Selma Djecevic studied Visual Art at FLU Cetinje, Montenegro as the student of artist Anka Buric. She exibited in her country and in other countries like Croazia, Austria, Bosnia. This is her first exibition in Venice and in Italy.

Curators: Andrea Chinalleto and Dusanka Marsenic
Venue: Palazzo Ca’Zanardi, Cannaregio 4133, Venice
Opening: 11th September, at 06:00 PM
Dates: from the 11th to the 19th September 2015, from 11:00 AM to 02:00 PM | from 03:00 PM to 06:00 PM

004Image courtesy of Nebojsa Kavaric

The exibitionClouded Identity”, organized by Ca’ Zanardi in collaboration with Gallery 106 presents the artworks by Nebojsa Kavaric from his “Thirteen shades of birds” series. Nebojsa found the inspiration in life that surrounds him, painting a world like something that is “motionless”. By using balanced colours and attractive objects, the artist got a creation of harmony and belonging. His artworks are telling a story about nature, houses ad places where he lives, and which have a significant impact on our lifes, exactly like a place where we create our memories. His artworks from a series “Thirteen shades of birds” are created using oil on canvas tecnique.

005Image courtesy of Nebojsa Kavaric

Nebojsa Kavaric has a complex and stratified professional life, working as a doctor (consulent pediatrician), a political activist and at the same time as a passionated artist. He has very rich artistical carrier and he exibited in his country and in other countries like: Italy, Croazia, Austria, Belgium and France. Nebojsa also participated in collective exibitions in Montenegro and in Europe for the purpose of charity. This is his first exibition in Venice.

006Image courtesy of Nebojsa Kavaric

Curators: Andrea Chinalleto and Dusanka Marsenic
Venue: Palazzo Ca’Zanardi, Cannaregio 4133, Venice
Opening: 22nd September, at 06:00 PM
Dates: from the 22nd to the 28th September 2015, from 11:00 AM to 02:00 PM | from 03:00 PM to 06:00 PM

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