May 3rd - 13th, 2006
Momčilo Milošević, Aleksandar Vasiljević –Spare planet exhibition will present the latest works by Talent factory in which the artist is exploring the nature of micro and macro cosmos. Through videos, photography and music Talent is creating his universe as an alternative option for human civilization. An art intervention transforms the real object – small metal sphere – on a planet with its characteristics and mysteries.
Vladimir Perić – born in 1962 in Zemun, SFRJ. He studied graphics and photography at the Faculty of Applied Arts and Design in Belgrade. From 1986 to 1996 with the pseudonym Talent, he had 19 solo exhibitions and he took part in 47 group exhibitions. From 1996 as a member of Talent Factory group he had 18 solo exhibitions and he took part in 66 group exhibitions. His work was published in the following magazines: Domus, How, Graphics International, Blue, European Photography, Kvadart, Eterna, Reč, New Moment, Remont, Art Magazin….; books: David Carson -2nd sight (Laurence King Publishing), Steven Heller & Mirko Ilić – Icons of Graphic Design (Thames & Hudson) ….
A short selection of his solo shows: 1996 “Chief’s Skull” , Kapelica Gallery, Ljubljana, R. Slovenia; 1996 “Serbo-Croat primer”, ULUS Gallery, Belgrade; 1999 “Camp”, Graphics Collective Gallery, Belgrade; 1999 “Mutant”, 19 staircase Gallery, Youth Center, Belgrade; 2003, “Three- dimensional wall-paper”, Pattern number 7, Dom Omladine, Belgrade
A short selection of his group exhibitions: 1997 “Pteroid”, Yugoslav contemporary art, Helexpo pavilion, Thessalonica, Greece; 1997. “Fraternization”, Lamparna 97, 3rd International Art Workshop, Labin, Croatia; 1997. Freeze Frame, Ostranenie 97, The international Electronic Media Forum, Bauhaus- Keller, Dessau, Deutschland; 1998. “Message”, Flaschenpost, Forum Stadtpark, Graz, Austria; 2001. LRD, GoEurope: the kaleidoscopic eye, Kunsthalle des ART-max, Braunschweig, Deutschland.
May 3rd – 13th, 2006
opening >> May 3rd, at 20h
SOLO EXHIBITION TALENT FACTORY
Momčilo Milošević, Aleksandar Vasiljević