Meet The Artists
Born in 1975 in Serbia, Ivan Gracner graduated in 2010 with a master’s degree in sculpture from the University of Arts in Belgrade. Since 2002, he took part in over 100 exhibitions in Bosnia, Bulgaria, Italy, France, Greece, Montenegro, Austria and Serbia.
- 2002 Serbian Congress Award
- 2003 Special Award for Culture, Trstenik
- 2005 Prix Special, Salon SNBA Carrousel du Louvre, Paris
- 2007 Annual Award, ULUPDS Serbian Artists Association
- 2007 Badge, ULUPUDS May Exhibition
- 2012 Annual Award, ULUS Serbian Artists Association
- 2013 Golden Chisel, ULUS Spring Exhibition
Ivan Gracner is a phenomenal artist and a real hero. In his studio, which he and his wife have turned into a paradise of sculptures and paintings, one will immediately be fascinated by the two kindred souls inspiring each other.
The first question arising after seeing their work is ‘which museum owns them?’
After enjoying the couple’s hospitality one is invited to see the place where Ivan is producing his sculptures…. It is hard to believe that such a derelict place still exists in the 21st century, in a building in the capital city of a pretty big country. It was one hell of a place, with tiny rooms, smashed windows and walls with holes one can see through to the outside. No toilet, no water.
Given these circumstances, Ivan’s sculptures look even more remarkable. Each one of his works is made of one piece of wood, from a few centimeters to a few meters in size, witnesses to the unlimited energy and vigour Ivan Gracner exudes.
Considering the creative path, the process and the circumstances of the creation, the work is being sold at a bargain price. One will not only purchase a reasonably priced, impressive work of art, but also contribute to the further artistic development of an incredibly talented artist.
- 2003 National Museum, Trstenik
- 2006 SULUJ Gallery (Artists Association) Belgrade
- 2006 Cité Des Arts, Paris
- 2008 Contemporary Gallery at City University, Belgrade
- 2010 Gallery Otklon, Belgrade
- 2013 Progres Gallery, Belgrade
- 2013 ULUS Gallery, Belgrade
Sculptures In Public Spaces
- 2003 Memorial of the Warriors, Trstenik
- 2005 Burden, Banjaluka
- 2007 Body Impulse, Trstenik
- 2010 Iron Wolf, Trstenik
- 2011 Beam, Loznica
- 2011 Throne, Prijepolje
- 2012 Zvezdara Memorial, Belgrade
- 2012 Life Verticals, Belgrade
A block board is plastered with multiple layers of gypsum, silvered or gilded with Gesso Artistico and made visible through a spray pressure process. It is the realization of daguerreotype on today’s modern media. The resulting effect on the pictures is a diversified modulation and plasticity, which enacts with natural light incidence.
Marco Pellanda’ top-notch photographic art is unique in more ways than one. After years of research he has developed, perfected and mastered a personal printing method and technique that give his work a quality impossible to imitate. He is using a special material for the ground, with a metallic, silver or gold base. A particular material is used for the substrate, which will be elaborately treated on a gold or silver basis as a preparation for the extraordinary visualization process of the photo.
His perfectly lit, mostly large scale compositions are based on the Golden Ratio, and cover a wide variety of themes, from landscapes, still lives and portraits to politically engaged work.
Marco Pellanda’s signature feel and and look are easy to recognize in all his work which stands proof not only for a high caliber talent but also for perfect craftsmanship.
For those wanting portraits it is recommended to meet with Marco Pellanda in person.
Marco Pellanda’s work is expensive, but worth every Euro, Dollar or Franc. His prices have been rising in parallel with a very successful career and will continue to do so in the future.
71 objects are owned by international collectors around the globe, coming from cities such as Moscow, Geneva, Zurich, Munich, Hamburg, Birmingham, Alabama or New York.
Croatian PainterBorn 1966. in Zagreb, Yugoslavia. Graduated from the Faculty Of Graphic Arts, University of Zagreb in Graphic Design.His work was exhibited in Belgrade, Bern, Darmstadt, Mondsee, Salzburg and Vienna.
Sinsia Jeremic’s work is based on one subject, his favourite topic, the one, that is most important and most crucial for him. This topic, on which he plays virtuoso variations, like the grand masters musician able to modify and extend one pieces in such ways, that each new creation becomes a masterpiece.
And just as we all know that Bach’s Goldberg Variations, can only be by Bach one will recognize a true Jeremic at first sight; even though his pieces vary from each other remarkably.
When viewing Jeremeic’s paintings, it seems that he draws from the infinite. The reason might be related to the fact, that his unique subject matter is the most noble, most interesting and most beautiful one the world can offer – the woman.
For Jeremic, the woman is the center of all being. She is the source of everything and, most importantly, connected to everything else in the world. Given his focus, the artist has become one of the foremost experts of a theme within which he can create one masterpiece after another.
Jeremic’s paintings are fine and noble, they are honest, deep and covered by a somewhat mystical aura.
Everybody, who is interested in women should own at least one Jeremic – so literarily everybody.
The pieces are without reason reasonable and will rise in price significantly for the best of reasons.