Chinese dragonBy Vukašin Delević
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C-Print, Printed on fuji dp2 professional photo paper
Edition of 5
Dimensions: 66.5cm (H) x 90.5cm (W) x 2cm (D) / 26.2" (H) x 35.6" (W) x 0.8" (D)
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Size of the artwork with the frame: 66.5 cm x 90.5 cm
(Size of the artwork without the frame: 46 cm x 70 cm)
"Chinese dragon" belongs to the series of photographs "Time" and is one of the awarded photos at the Serbian annual competition of young artists. The series has been presented in four solo exhibitions in affirmed Serbian cultural centres and was part of one collective exhibition.
In one of the photographs from the series of works "Time", a Chinese wall was captured in multiple exposures. I sought to display the huge power and symbolism of the dragon and thus create a new creative aspect of this world miracle. The transformation of a fascinating construction into a new creative work suggests that the act of creation can always go on and reach new levels of seeing and experiencing reality.
" Chinese dragon " belongs to the group of landscape photographs and one Serbian writer described: "...The cycle “Time” by Vukasin Delević conditionally speaking, consists of two types of photographs. One is landscapes, mostly fog and sky, which might be collectively called the search for lost time, because the black-and-white technique, while playing with light, leads us to a completely timeless space, in many ways phantasmagoric. From the sun that blows through the clouds, turbulent waters, and even more turbulent vistas, intersected by some equally unreal building, the symbolism of the flow of time, but also the overlap of time and space, inevitably arouses strong emotions..."
Based in: Belgrade
Vukasin Delevic (1993) is an experimental photographer and multimedia artist. He is born in Serbia and studied at the Faculty of Applied Arts in Belgrade and at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava (Slovakia).
About his work, he said : "My works are mostly based on the …
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