BioJBorn in Velika Plana in 1989. I enrolled in the Faculty of Fine Arts in Belgrade as a graduate of High school Tehnoart Beograd, as well as a student in the drawing studio of Gradimir Rajković. I obtained a Bachelor’s degree in 2013 and a Master’s degree in 2015 as a student in the class of professor Dobrica Bisenić.
Upon completing the studies I participated in a number of group exhibitions, had four solo shows and took part in a few art colonies. My first solo exhibition (2015) Money and Decay, in the Dušan Starčević Memorial Gallery, dealt with the topic and symbolism of bonds, coinage, and money as a general concept. A few years later (2019), for the first time I exhibited pieces from The Golden Ratio series in the Art Space Kvaka 22 in Belgrade. The further development of the series was presented at the exhibition Horizons in the Atrijum Gallery of the Belgrade City Library. My solo show Back to Black in the Prodajna galerija Beograd presented a selection of pieces of decolourized basis from the same cycle. I have been a member of ULUS (Association of Fine Artists of Serbia) since 2020. I live and create in Belgrade, Serbia.
Art StatementI am a visual artist whose current visual expression is deeply rooted in the aesthetic thought of abstract minimalism and postminimalism. I create artworks on paper and canvas by exploring the possibilities of a framed and clear geometric form.
My work revolves around the exploration of color harmony, values, shapes, and perfect proportions. The starting point is a minimalistic approach and reexamination of the form of painting in an effort to reach aesthetic harmony. Line as a clash of two surfaces is the base building element and as such is present on the majority of artworks. My works are distinguished by geometrization, simplification, and reduction of everything unnecessary. By focusing on a single point of light and by building the painting around it, I’m exploring the descriptive boundaries of a coloured surface.