MILAN MARKOVIĆ

/ Abstract Expressionism Artist /

Sybel Vazquez

- Head of Exhibitions at

The Third Line Art Gallery


“The work of Milan Markovic is one of inherent conflict. His concern with the relationship, both spiritual and physical, between black and white create a palpable encounter on each of the canvases he paints. The work of Milan Markovic is one of inherent conflict".



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LATEST SOLO EXHIBITION "SOLUM/CAELUM"

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Aleksandra Lazar

- London based writer and curator of contemporary, modern and émigré art

"Interested in duality of the natural dynamics opposed to willful action, Milan Marković followed the principle and practice of experimental improvisation that led him towards the rich tradition of painterly engagement with gestural abstraction, providing a prism for his inner world."


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Marija Vuković Biserko

- Art historian and curator


"Milan does not sign his paintings, he represented himself as a dead man at the first installation at the exhibition, therefore continuing the praxis of abstract painters such as Rodchenko or Reinhardt, making him present and absent at the same time."



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Rossella Savarese

- Syart Gallery manager & Art Curator

“To an attentive and illuminated viewer, white and blue will appear as parts of a whole, just as there is no substantial separation between life and death. In the time of a canvas, a dance involves the spectator. Between full and empty, pause and restart, the darkness is unhinged and one is elected to the light. Markovic's work is dynamic and changeable, a connection and synthesis of life and death."


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