Bogojevic's masterful strokes embody the free spirited equine and references its proud and independent nature. Throughout time the horse has proven an enduring friendship that has lent itself to the advancement of civilization. It has become inextricable to Man’s own nature while maintaining its singular free will.
Bogojevic manages to take centuries old lore and concisely impact the viewer with the primitive notion of grandeur; be it both true and delusional. Bogojevic reconstructs the flesh into ethereal whispers of otherworldly pleasures latent with emotional upset. His work easily surpasses the physicality of the cognitive process and draws out the darkest corners that exist in us all.
By no means make the mistake of a brief walk through as the work presented insists on a slower paced reflection. Allow yourself the time to witness the fruit of Bogojevic’s labor blossom into its intended destiny. You will then arrive at the core of mystery that irks all of us in each and every waking moment.
“Igor Bogojevic’s talents as a visual artist/painter are noteworthy. The value of his work is undeniable and inspiring. His talent is remarkable. Investigating the relationships between the realms of consciousness and unconsciousness, the most powerful element of his painting is his expression of line quality. His work is overflowing with strong and pure emotion that directly corresponds with the world we know today. “ -- Marina Abramovic
“Igor Bogojevic’s work, which feeds on horse motifs, shines a conflicting character in the strife of forms with an expressionist breath.” --Athina Schina, Critic and Art Historian
“I consider the artwork of Igor Bogojevic ... in complete movement, with an original chromatic choice...It is completely remarkable. “
--Vladimir Veličković, Painter
Professor at the Ecole Nationale des Beaux Arts de Paris, France
“The subject as the plastic interest in Igor Bogojevic’s work, in drawing as in painting, is remarkable..”
--Daniel Lacomme, Art Critic, Paris
“...impressiveness of motive expressed through light strokes and a line that is both strong and fragile...
these canvases could simply be characterized as color used with emotion.”
--Mladen Lompar, Art Critic, Cetinje
15 March - 29 March 2013
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