The exhibition of Professor Đorđe Stanojević, head of the Department of Visual Arts at the Faculty of Contemporary Arts, will be opened in the ULUS Gallery in Belgrade on Wednesday, September 21, at 9 p.m.
The exhibition is titled “Tokovi”, and it will feature large-format canvases.
A combination of natural processes with art
Professor Stanojević, through his work methodology, combines natural processes with artistic ones. He does all his work under the open sky, in nature, regardless of weather conditions. This is how works that present a dialogue with nature are created. In such situations, the painting becomes a medium for the broken connection between man and nature.
Dialogue is the keyword. Using the painting (but also through the painting itself), he connects with nature. The content of the painting is created in that dialog. The painting is, during the process of work, in a horizontal position, that is, lying on the ground. Đorđe uses natural pigments and mediums on canvas. The effect of natural forces does not hinder this process. It follows them. This is how “Tokovi” is created.
He lets them form a painting. He follows and directs them, allowing them to form a painting. A dialectic emerges between intention and coincidence, and they become one. In this process, new knowledge is always gained about the world, energy, flows, etc.
The exhibition will last until October 13, and expert-led tours in the gallery will be organised for citizens and students of our faculty.
Visit the ULUS Gallery and enjoy the art created by Professor Đorđe Stanojević.