Meet The Artists

  • Maja Obradovic

    Maja Obradovic

    Biography

    Serbian Painter.

    Born in 1983 in Belgrade, Serbia, Maja Obradovic graduated in painting in 2007 from the University of Fine Arts in Belgrade as best student of her class. Since then she had numerous shows in Montenegro, Austria and Serbia.

    Awards

    2004/05 Faculty of Fine Arts Award, Ljubica Sokic, painter and professor ALU, Belgrade

    2006/07 Great Academy Award “Rista i Beta Vukanovic, painters”

    2006/07 First Prize, 14th Biennale of student drawings in Serbia

    2006/07 First Prize, 12th Belgrade MINI-ART Scene Gallery Singidunum, Belgrade

    2008 First Prize for drawing, Vladimir Velickovic Foundation

    2008 Scholarship Award, Künstlerhaus Schloss Balmoral, Bad Ems, Germany

    The Work

    Maja Obradovic’s work belongs in museums. They are innovative, controversial, thrilling and honest., a relentless reflections of the artist’s soul. Maja delights her art-loving audience with small-scale delicacies of colossal monumentality.

    Investment recommendation

    The today reasonably priced pieces could soon become popular masterpieces.

    Solo Exhibitions

    2008 Fragile in an empty castle, Castle Balmoral, Bad Ems, Germany

    2008 La tristezza durera, Gallery Faculty of Fine Arts, Belgrade

    2008 The layers of memory, Gallery in House of Youth, Belgrade

    Group Exhibitions

    2005-07 Various student exhibits of drawings, sculptures and small objects, Belgrade

    2007 Belgrade in Budapest, The Net of Choises, Gallery IMPEX, Budapest

    2008 Belgrade with Budapest, Magazine Kraljevica Marka, Belgrade

    2008 New artists of ULUS, Serbian art society, Cvijeta Zuzoric, Belgrade

    2008 Henkel Art Award, House of Legacy, Belgrade

    2008 Black & White drawings, ULUPUDS Gallery, Belgrade

    2008 International Miniature Art Scene, biennial of drawings, sculptures, paintings, Gornji Milanovac

  • Petr Fidrich

    Petr Fidrich

    Czech sculptor

    Born in 1964 in Karviná (Czech Republic),  Petr Fidrich attended the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague. He restored many stone elements on famous buildings all around the Czech Republic, among others also on the Týn Church (Týnský chram) in Prague and reproduced famous Czech works of art using the material stone (for example on the Charles Bridge in Prague). His works are found in many collections globally (also in the Würth Collection) and are present across all major public places in his home country.

  • Rudi Morandini

    Rudi Morandini

    Rudi Morandini is a French sculptor and doctor. Fascinated by the human body, in pursuit to heal bodies on the one side and on the other side to depict the shape of bodies as a complex interplay of of various factors, he creates unique sculptures which are full of intricacy and symbolism. Inspired by the anatomy of bees, he developed his own style, which is characterized by the reflection the human body’s connections through alveloar structures in metal sculptures. His metal bodies are complex, poetic, transparent human figures, which complemented by their own shadows and light irradiation attain perfection. The artistic portrayal is at the same time a technical invention: the artist has searched years to apply the connection technology of nuts to his work and grooved it to perfectionism. The contrast between cold, industrial nuts in united with sensual shapes result in sculptures of superlatives: In an play of light and shades, Morandini’s humans levitate in metal.

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